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Read the Original Program for Fritz Lang's Metropolis

From Open Culture: “One of the very first feature-length sci-fi films ever made, Fritz Lang’s Metropolis took a daring visual approach for its time, incorporating Bauhaus and Futurist influences in thrillingly designed sets and costumes. 91 more words


GPL's Third Floor Film Series Fall 2016 Schedule

We just wrapped up the Third Floor Film Series Screwball Summer, a fun summer series in which we watched three classic screwball comedy films. With summer almost over, it’s time to announce the schedule for the fall months. 439 more words

GPL Happenings

Metropolis by Thea Von Harbou and Third Ear Radio Theater

This will not be a proper review of Metropolis as a whole.  I’m working on a blog for Project: Monster that will explore the full depths of this story.  466 more words

Project: Monster

Woman In the Moon [Frau im Mond] (1929)

Destination Moon

I first heard of Woman in the Moon (Frau im Mond) as a child reading about it in the Newsround Book of Space. In a section of the book about science fiction movies, the film was mentioned accompanied by a photograph of the film. 667 more words

Movie Reviews

Scarlet Street (1945) Fritz Lang

Scarlet Street (1945)
Directed by Fritz Lang
Screenplay by Dudley Nichols, based upon La Chienne, a novel by Georges de La Fouchardière and a play by André Mouézy-Éon… 995 more words


Moving pictures, #39

Well, slightly less than half of this post are US films, although I’d prefer it to be no more than one or two per post. But we’re getting there, as our national railway famously once said only to be privatised and then completely fail to get anywhere… 2,112 more words