Sunday, 16 November 2008

NEW ISSUE OF SIGHT & SOUND



The latest issue of Sight & Sound magazine arrived yesterday, and, as usual, it's packed full of goodies. Highlights include:


An interview with Oliver Stone


A feature on THE BAADER MEINHOF COMPLEX


Brad Stevens' feature on Abel Ferrara and why his most recent films are so difficult to see


A look at the Dardenne brothers new film THE SILENCE OF LORNA


Details on an exhibition of Andy Warhol's film and video work, which can be seen at London's Hayward Gallery


You'll also find cinema and DVD reviews, including DREAM OF LIFE, QUANTUM OF SOLACE, RED DESERT, ERASERHEAD, CALIGULA: THE IMPERIAL EDITION, EUREKA, and Tim Lucas' review of HOW THE WEST WAS WON. Essential reading, as always.


5 comments:

  1. That sounds really cool. I saw recently a local story about how an exhibit of Andy Warhol's works are traveling around the country. These works are owned by Bank of America. At that time, they were in Charlotte, NC. That's a long drive for me.

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  2. Hope the exhibit comes nearer to where you live, Keith. Would be great to bbe able to see it.

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  3. Ferrara's Go Go Tales is among my favorites of the past several years, so I am looking forward to reading why it is still not on DVD.

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  4. Is the Stone interview any good? I may pick it up for that.

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  5. Jeremy, I'd say Brad knows Ferrara's stuff better than most and his piece is excellent.
    JD, the Stone interview isn't very long but it is fascinating and there's an interesting companion piece by US film critic Michael Atkinson.

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