Sight & Sound
Sight & Sound is a British monthly film magazine published by the British Film Institute (BFI). First published in 1932, Sight & Sound reviews all films released each month, including art house films with a limited release. The magazine is currently edited by Mike Williams.
List of articles in the library
Film/DVD/TV Review by John Lewis, Sight & Sound, January 2007
Synopsis: Documentary about the Canadian singer, songwriter, poet, artist and novelist Leonard Cohen, based around a lengthy interview with him, punctuated by tributes from assorted ...
Albert Ayler: My Name Is Albert Ayler (dir. Kasper Collin)
Film/DVD/TV Review by John Lewis, Sight & Sound, November 2007
Synopsis Feature-length documentary about the African-American saxophonist Albert Ayler (1936–1970), told through archive footage and new interviews with friends, family and musicians, including his brother and ...
U2: U2 3D (Dir. Catherine Owens and Mark Pellington)
Film/DVD/TV Review by John Lewis, Sight & Sound, December 2007
Live concert show filmed on the South American leg of U2's Vertigo Tour of 2005/2006. The film has been edited from footage of several different ...
The Rolling Stones: Martin Scorsese: Shine A Light
Film/DVD/TV Review by John Lewis, Sight & Sound, April 2008
A live film of a Rolling Stones concert, recorded at the Beacon Theater in New York over the course of two nights (October 29 and ...
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