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Film Noir The Asphalt Jungle

John Huston directed The Asphalt Jungle and Stanley Kubrick made The Killing. Despite his convincing performance as the evil Noah Cross, in Chinatown, John Huston likes people. 515 more words


Hitchcock's Vertigo: Deciphering the Doubles

So, last fall I was lucky enough to watch Vertigo (for the first time actually) on a vista vision print. It was hella beautiful, and perhaps because I am a sucker for vibrant colors or maybe because I was watching it in a theater named for James Stewart, I quickly fell in love with the film. 2,765 more words


Minicine at The Mills - October 2014 // THE FRENCH CONNECTION (Audience Choice) - Preview

The results are in! The winner of this year’s Audience Choice vote is… drumroll… The French Connection (1971), William Friedkin’s classic New York cop thriller starring Gene Hackman ( 376 more words


English Vinglish: Shashi Godbole, A Lady With The Most Elegant Heroic Poise

There are a few films in Indian cinema that offer us a realistic view. They do not wish to harp on the utopian world created by many filmmakers. 473 more words


Top Ten Motivating Tweets From Shekhar Kapur

Actor, director, producer who gave Indian cinema some cult classics is auteur Shekhar Kapur. Kapur may be a man of few words but his charismatic aura and the life lessons that he shares are worth a treasure! 395 more words


Film and Faith: The Stylistic System of Carl Theodor Dreyer's Ordet

Yeah so I’m about to repurpose some work I did almost a year ago, because I am waaaaaayyyy too sleepy to come up with something entirely new at the moment, but I really want to post something anyway because reasons. 3,787 more words