A 32 page supplement to Sight&Sound magazine, and part of the British Film Institute's major project dedicated to celebrating black creativity in film. With contributions from Melvin Van Peebles, Nelson George, Michael Mann, Charles Burnett and Anthony Minghella.
is a 16 page supplement to Sight&Sound magazine. It was sponsored by Warner Bros. to mark the re-release of "The Chaplin Collection" on DVD, with text by Chaplin's acclaimed biographer David Robinson. The supplement introduces ten key Chaplin films, and combines some of the most iconic images of the film-maker at work with rarely-seen archive material.
is a 16 page supplement to Sight&Sound with text by film historian David Robinson. Sponsored by TCM to complement their season "29 Days of Oscar". The supplement asks what the nominations from the awards' 75-year history tell us about the changing values and attitudes in Hollywood. What kind of films do best at scooping the statuettes? And why has Jack Nicholson been nominated so often.
is a 20 page supplement to Sight&Sound magazine. Sponsored by TCM as promotion for their season of landmark films which included the Cagney classics of the 30s, through timeless crime-movie icons like Bogart in the 40s and 'Bonnie and Clyde' in the 60s, to the 'GoodFellas' of the 90s.