Lupino’s films are as tough and gnarly as those by any stogie-sucking ex-boxer auteur.
THE GRAND INQUISITOR filmmaker and ‘czar of noir’ Eddie Muller breathes in the dank air of 1945’s SCARLET STREET. The first of two parts.
On how Italian modernist Michelangelo Antonioni fashioned his first film, ‘Story of a Love Affair,’ after 1940s Hollywood noir.
Noir City impresario Eddie Muller speaks on saving cinema, the downsides of digital, the genius of Joan Crawford and the folly of auteur theory.
In “Blind Shaft,” director Li Yang delivers a “stinging social critique” of China’s rapid transformation from socialism to capitalism.
Ceylan’s films possess a cinematographic range that literally encompasses night and day.
Christian Petzold’s thrillers mix clinical realism with the surreal.
How a college student taught herself to make the ultimate classic movie tribute.
One of Fritz Lang’s best films explores why some can only be turned on by sexual power games.
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Highlights from the web illuminate one of Fritz Lang’s most underrated films.
Come to think of it, the dialogue in this Brit Noir classic could easily fit a Wes Anderson script.