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Top 100 Movie Review: #1 - Citizen Kane (1941)

Easy to Enjoy This Seminal Movie

The cinematography, the art direction, and the chopped storyline of thousands of other movies owe their derivation to this original piece.  1,258 more words

American Film Institute

Ten Films - Citizen Kane

(Directed by Orson Welles 1941)
I have watched this film many times and there are many reasons why this film makes me weep.
I first came across it as a student while studying for an MA in Film Theory at the then Polytechnic of Central London  based in Soho. 414 more words

Bella Basura

Marking Centre feedback on Citizen Kane

This is a summary and interpretation of HSC Marking Centre feedback on Module B Citizen Kane responses from 2013 – 2017. You can read the feedback for each year’s exam in full on the… 536 more words

Kuriyidugal a.k.a Semiotics

Indeed there is a small but significant amount of space for Semiotics in Tamil Cinema.

But in recent times the word semiotics has been mutilated to the maximum. 515 more words

A Question for the Readers #7: Fashionably Late

With the last question I proposed about a month ago, we discussed the times in which we got into a work long after its release date. 1,177 more words


Is Citizen Kane (1941) The Greatest Film of All Time?

As a lover of film, finally getting around to this classic has been long overdue, due to topping the list of the American Film Institute’s 100 greatest movies, of which I have seen 33 at the time of writing. 434 more words

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My thoughts on: Citizen Kane (1941)

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