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An HD screening of the current RSC King Lear

Anthony Sher as Lear, David Troughton as Gloucester

The worst returns us to laughter — Edgar, a moment where the production’s clear speaking made a line shine through which is relevant to what is happening center stage in US newspapers on Trump’s “team” today…

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Film Studies

Lux ex Tenebris HQ - The art of maximising your YouTube upload

For the last week or so I have worked tirelessly in finding a way of upolading my first camera test movie entitled Lux ex Tenebris… 1,575 more words

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

MLC hosts annual Italian public lecture

On 23 November 2016, renowned Italian Film Studies scholar and Fellow of the British Academy, Professor Richard Dyer, delivered the sixth Lucrezia Zaina bequest lecture. 162 more words


The Romantic Thriller and Hitchcock's Influence

Alfred Hitchcock did not stop having an effect on the film world when he stopped making movies. It didn’t even stop when he passed away in 1980. 2,094 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

The Cold War: A Hitchcockian Love Story

Alfred Hitchcock’s spy thriller Torn Curtain pits an undercover professor (Paul Newman) and his, for a time, unwitting fiancée, Sarah (Julie Andrews), against the Communist movement. 2,163 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Torn Curtain: Cinematography and Spies

Alfred Hitchcock’s film Torn Curtain (1966) utilizes a construction of cinematography that is less comparable to the visual style of silent films; a style that is prevalent in many of Hitchcock’s earlier works. 2,006 more words

Alfred Hitchcock