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THE BEST PICTURE PROJECT - 'How Green Was My Valley' (1941)

In 1942, the 14th Academy Awards ceremony was held at The Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. Honouring the films released between January 1, 1941 and December 31, 1941 the awards were held on February 26. 1,215 more words


Past Imperfect - #455

Rose: “Remember when we were young and we carved our names into this sled to show our eternal love?”

Bud: “I sure do, honey. It was a magical moment.” 455 more words


C'mon, Kane, Light My Fire

First, here are some disclaimers:

  1. Those of you who follow me on Twitter (my handle is @myownapersona—holla!) are painfully aware of my new love and obsession for Orson Welles’ film…
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Citizen Kane

The Room

In this film publicity image released by Chloe Productions/TPW Films, Juliette Danielle, left,Philip Haldiman, center, and Tommy Wiseau are shown in a scene from “The Room.” (AP Photo/Chloe Productions/TPW Films) … 753 more words


Citizen Kane: Unresolved Issues

Citizen Kane‘s format was one of the most interesting I’ve ever watched.  Starting where it inevitably ends, we enter its narrative at the death scene of Charles Foster Kane, himself, with his infamous last word: Rosebud.  579 more words

Film Review

F for Fake

After viewing Bunuel’s The Phantom of Liberty (1974), there seemed no where to go except to a that questioned what is ‘Real”. F for Fake… 848 more words

The Most Successful Person in Hollywood

How do you measure success?  In Hollywood, box office reigns supreme followed distantly by awards and recognition from critics and peers.  Odds are, if you were asked to select the most successful person in Hollywood history, Orson Welles would not top your list.  931 more words