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The Film 100: J.R. Bray, no. 12

March 4, 2013
THE ARTIST'S DREAM

It was not artistry that would endear J.R. Bray to legions of animators, it was inventiveness.

The Film 100: John Chambers, no. 94

February 16, 2013
PLANET OF THE APES

Chambers’ latex revolution brought movie monsters closer to the camera than ever before.

The Film 100: Willis O’Brien, no. 75

February 10, 2013
KING KONG

Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Will Vinton and George Pal all received their first glimpse of their futures by watching O’Brien creatures at work.

The Film 100: Walt Disney, no. 7

February 7, 2013
STEAMBOAT WILLIE

Disney’s competitive drive and unflagging standards set a benchmark for quality in family entertainment.

The Film 100: Winsor McCay, no. 36

December 13, 2012
WINSOR MCCAY AND HIS ANIMATED PICTURES

Winsor McCay found the wonders of animation a challenging diversion from his daily drawing, and the film industry found itself the perfect pitchman.

The Film 100: Georges Méliès, no. 26

December 12, 2012
THE CONQUEST OF THE POLE

Méliès’ need to explore his dreams through the art of filmmaking is the fundamental force that today drives such visionary directors as Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch, George Lucas, Ridley Scott, Tim Burton and Steven Spielberg.

On Beyond “Hugo:” Méliès and More Early Movie Magic at the “Minute” Cinematheque

November 28, 2011 | 2 Comments
The Magic of Georges Méliès lives in Martin Scorsese's

A selection of some of the finest works of early cinema available on Fandor.

Homegrown Fantasy: Maurice Tourneur’s THE BLUE BIRD

November 10, 2010

This classic fairy tale understands the bittersweet emotions at the heart of fantasy.