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A year of anniversaries...

“Our dead are never dead to us until we have forgotten them: they can be injured by us, they can be wounded; they know all our penitence, all our aching sense that their place is empty, all the kisses we bestow on the smallest relic of their presence.” – George Eliot… 751 more words

Deborah Kerr

"My Neighbor Totoro" and Studio Ghibli Fest 2017

Japan’s Studio Ghibli is one of the world’s great animation studios. American film audiences are in for a treat this year because film distributor GKIDS along with Fathom Events are presenting Studio Ghibli Fest 2017, a six-film retrospective where they will screen one Studio Ghibli film a month in participating theatres across the U.S.A. 547 more words

Classic Cinema

WEDNESDAY REFLECTION #24: The Americanization of Emily starring James Garner & Julie Andrews

Via: Daily Prompt – Grit

Title     The Americanization of Emily

Starring     James Garner, Julie Andrews, and James Coburn

Director     Arthur Hiller

Writer(s)    Paddy Chayefsky (screenplay), William Bradford Huie (novel) 1,150 more words

Daily Prompt

Weekend Paper Jam (6/24-6/25)

Hey, I hope that you are having an incredible weekend. In this special edition of the Weekend Paper Jam, we will be looking at some videos celebrating the 35th anniversary of the 1982 sci-fi classic: Blade Runner. 54 more words

Sunday Funday

the good father in The Godfather

A few weeks ago I wrote about my excitement at the prospect of going to see The Godfather in a movie theater during Fathom Events’ special 45th-anniversary presentation.   805 more words


The Last Picture Show (1971)

Emotionally compelling and gorgeous to look at, Peter Bognadovich’s exploration of a slowly but steadily dying Texas town and its long-time residents is a movie-lover’s delight: Terrific performances by all involved, a rich and layered screenplay, an active and focused camera that feels like a character in of itself, and a healthy dose of symbolism to spell out the movie’s themes without pandering or being exposition-heavy. 107 more words