Special issue covers / by Christopher Brawn

The April 2015 issue of Sight&Sound picks 50 of the most intriguing examples of films that exist in different versions due to director's cuts or because they have been dubbed or censored for television. In the September 2013 issue we had a television special looking at how 50 top-drawer directors, from Robert Altman to Orson Welles made their impact on the smaller screen. In both cases I needed to design a cover to reflect that this was not a standard issue.