The chapter explores the role that the BFI's influential Sight and Sound plays in shaping the cinematic canon in the UK and beyond, looking at the way the publication has evolved since its inception. In particular, the chapter analyses the way in which Sight and Sound has constantly sought to retain its position as a forum for constructive, and meaningful, criticism, by adapting to the constantly evolving media landscape.
|Title of host publication||Valuing Film: Shifting Perceptions of Worth|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Apr 2011|
Evans, O. (2011). 'The Many Ways of Looking at Cinema': Sight and Sound and the Value of Film. In L. Hubner (Ed.), Valuing Film: Shifting Perceptions of Worth (pp. 167-182). Palgrave Macmillan. http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=359712