Article Archive for October 2010
Murnau’s last film before going Hollywood is a masterpiece of visual style.
The first Hollywood horror comedy film is infused with a German Expressionist’s cinematic wit.
There’s no room for accidents in Michelangelo Antonioni’s films… or is there?
Gary Burns’ debut comedy maps young lives in confinement, a theme that runs consistently through his films.
Chekov’s masterpiece has long been performed as a straight drama, but its comic properties remain underrated.
A frame-by-frame examination of a silent film master’s craft.
If you’re burned out by all the mid-term political news coverage, a documentary like The Eleanor Roosevelt Story is a godsend.
Every frame of Wong Kar-wai’s FALLEN ANGELS is so saturated with flash, blur, hue and noise that the film feels like twice its runtime.