Sight & Sound Magazine’s First Documentary Film Poll – Winners Announced

Documentary Pic 1The results of the BFI’s Sight & Sound magazine’s first ever poll to decide the world’s greatest ever documentaries are now in. The winner of the title of Greatest Documentary goes to Dziga Vertov’s extraordinary silent film Man with a Movie Camera (1929), shot in the cities of Odessa, Kyiv and Kharkiv. Vertov created a film of dazzling beauty and bewitching complexity, which unleashed the camera in a teasingly surrealist fashion to capture everyday life in a unique and hugely influential way. Continue reading “Sight & Sound Magazine’s First Documentary Film Poll – Winners Announced”