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  • Tribeca 2014: basketball and the city

    Nick James reports on the best of Manhattan’s budding movie showcase, starring the New York Knicks, Nas, Raf Simons, gorillas, New Orleans millennials, listless Mexican drifters and the Edward Snowdens of the 1970s.

    Nick James
    Wednesday 23 April 2014

    Festivals

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: We are the Best!

    Lukas Moodysson (Together) finds common cause with a latterday-punk girl band in early 1980s Sweden in this return to his rebel-comedy roots, finds Jonathan Romney.

    Jonathan Romney
    Friday 18 April 2014

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Faking the long take

    What happens when we digitise our camera operators, wonders Brad Stevens?

    Brad Stevens
    Wednesday 16 April 2014

    Bradlands

  • DIY punk: Flatpack 2014

    Broadening the playing field (and resisting the bland): Simran Hans reports on Birmingham’s film festival of anything and everything.

    Simran Hans
    Tuesday 15 April 2014

    Festivals

  • Seances with the 1980s: post-punk British artists’ revels

    Charlie Fox ventures through the experimental catacombs, finding a corner that is forever Jarmanesque.

    Charlie Fox
    Tuesday 15 April 2014

    Features

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: Calvary

    Faith, doubt, temptation, black comedy and death: Brendan Gleeson towers as a defiant man of the cloth in a cross between a Robert Bresson movie and High Noon, says Jonathan Romney.

    Jonathan Romney
    Thursday 10 April 2014

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Film of the week: Noah

    Come on in, the water’s barmy. Jonathan Romney is stopped by the glittering eye of Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical reboot.

    Jonathan Romney
    Sunday 6 April 2014

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Hold that look: Godfrey Reggio on Visitors

    The director of Koyaanisqatsi would like us to be still now, he tells Trevor Johnston.

    Trevor Johnston
    Thursday 3 April 2014

    Interviews

  • From the Magazine

    Age of innocence: childhood on film

    Cinema’s fascination with childhood is as old as the medium itself, enabling filmmakers to depart from conventional modes of storytelling to reflect the undoubted otherness of youthful experience. By Pasquale Iannone.

    Pasquale Iannone
    Wednesday 2 April 2014

    Features

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    The Sight & Sound interview: James Benning

    Legendary for the formal rigour and patience of his landscape films, and for his devotion to 16mm, the American filmmaker and teacher has lately embraced digital technology. He talks about manipulation, reality, liberty, and the pleasures of watching paint dry with Nick Bradshaw.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Wednesday 2 April 2014

    Interviews

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