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Remembering The King

August 14, 2017 Anthony
Remembering The King

At the height of his career, Elvis Presley was an incredibly prolific presence on the big screen. Between 1956 and 1969 Elvis appeared in 31 films. His musical contributions to film and television are even more impressive – IMDb currently lists... Read More

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The editing genius behind <i>Goodfellas</i>

Goodfellas is a film people rewatch over and over. It’s a classic in the canon of gangster movies and Martin Scorsese’s filmography. But so much of its success is thanks to another filmmaking genius – editor Thelma Schoonmaker. Read More

<i>Close Encounters of the Third Kind</i>: Steven Spielberg’s neverending movie

So far, Steven Spielberg has ended Close Encounters of the Third Kind three times. In each version, only one element remains: Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss), a Midwestern electrical company employee, after abandoning his family in pursuit of a mysterious vi Read More

Better bring a hanky: <i>City Lights</i> and Chaplin’s heartache

City Lights – inarguably, one of the true masterworks of the silent era – is the quintessential silent film, yet it was released well into the sound era. Read More

On Film: Cabaret

August 1, 2017 Cam
On Film: <i>Cabaret</i>

Cam Maitland shares his thoughts on Bob Fosse's Cabaret, from it's inspiration to Liza Minelli's Oscar-winning performance. Read More

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