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Established in 1932 and published by the BFI, Sight & Sound gives you unparalleled coverage of cinema past, present and future, from all corners of the globe. With detailed reviews of all films released theatrically in the UK, in-depth features, festival news and the cream of current DVD releases, Sight and Sound casts off the gossip and hype of many film magazines with writing from Mark Kermode, Kim Newman and Tony Rayns among a host of film experts. Essential for those serious about film.
Sight and Sound magazine is the monthly title published by the BFI - the British Film Institute.
That accreditation alone hints at what might be expected from a Sight and Sound magazine subscription, which the publication more than lives up to.
Each issue is crammed with studies of modern film-making, as well as looks back at some of the most iconic or underrated productions of the past.
Whether your passion for film is about the viewing experience, the artistry of the performers or the skill required behind the scenes, Sight and Sound has an unparalleled level of information to share.
Subscribe to Sight and Sound and you can also expect writing from true experts - and not tabloid-style hype for the latest blockbuster.
News updates from the festivals help to widen the scope of the magazine further, letting you know what's making waves across the industry itself with those on the inner circle.
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