Monthly Archives: November 2011

Archive articles from Sight and Sound Magazine

We have just posted interviews with Mamoun that were published in Sight and Sound in 1979 & 1981.

Both interviews were by Penelope Houston the editor of Sight and Sound.

The interview in 1979 was conducted after Mamouns appointment to the NFFC (National Film Finance Corporation) and in 1981, revisiting what had happened after a change of government and huge changes in the industry.

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NFTS & NFT Event – Throne of Blood

1957 Japanese movie poster for 1957 Japanese f...National Film Theatre 19 March 2012

As part of the National Film & Television School’s Screen Arts presentation, in collaboration with the National Film Theatre, Mamoun introduces Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood, touching on Shakespeare on film.

A direct link will be posted when it is live on their website.

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Interview at the National Film Theatre

National Film Theatre 4 December 2011

Mamoun is interviewed on camera by Director/interviewer David Somerset, DoP  Sherief Hassan, for projected documentary.

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Bill Douglas – revisited

Bill Douglas (Photograph – Jane Bown)

We have just posted the article Mamoun wrote after Bill’s death, which appeared in Sight and Sound in 1991. It can be read here.

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‘Journalism and literature use words – are they therefore the same kind of writing?’

British Cinema

Sight and Sound, Spring 1984, listing prominent contributors

Mamoun’s article from Sight and Sound Spring 1984, has just been uploaded – its observations as relevant today as they were then. You can read it here.

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New Movie Masterclasses

New Movie Masterclasses are in preparation — dates to be confirmed.

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Justified Sinner

The project that Mamoun developed with Bill Douglas is now in a new phase — a new director is attached and actively in negotiation with multinational investors.

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