Article Archive for December 2010
A list of the many National Film Registry selections available for viewing on Fandor, including one newly added.
Falling refrigerators, dueling tour buses, and creating new colors on a table top.
A remarkable video, produced by a Keyframe contributor.
Reconsidering the true beauty of a mid-century screen icon.
If you’re feeling like Santa stuffed a brick of emotional coal down your stocking, the movies of Michael Haneke can serve as effective holiday depression therapy.
So Yong Kim’s modest wonder of a movie is beautiful in an unconventional, un-Hollywood way.
“Inception” doesn’t look all that mind-blowing when compared to the work of a filmmaker who directed a hundred years before.
This South Korean megahit was among the first of many that would do huge business around the world.
Julie Harris’ legendary performance is as close to Emily Dickinson’s physical presence as one could hope to get.
In Sadie Thompson and Queen Kelly, Swanson pushes the limits of female sexuality in silent film.
It seems that audiences never get tired of seeing prostitutes on film.
This powerful Israeli film breaks through a long legacy of myths propagated by movie depictions of prostitution.