1880s: Tod Browning: For contributions to Cinema. Remembered by most for his early horror movies, Browning’s career covered a variety of genres over Silent movies and talkies, and he was able to recover twice from setbacks and tragedies which would have burrowed a lesser director. 743 more words
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Based on the Ernest Hemingway semi-autobiographical A Farewell to Arms, Frank Borzage’s 1932 film is considered one of the best adaptations of his novels.
An important film that tackles the war pessimistically, it celebrates the unique and romantic love forged between a Lieutenant and nurse and the tragic outcome. 464 more words
Second Stage Theater, the Off Broadway nonprofit producing company, has finalized the purchase of Broadway’s Helen Hayes Theater, ending a legal standoff over the purchase timeline and upping the nonprofit theater presence on Broadway from five theaters (of 40) to six. 236 more words
Other than the basic premise of the movie – that Yul Brynner is trying to pass Ingrid Bergman off as the missing Princess Anastasia of Russian – I knew very little about 1,274 more words
Following a campaign by local residents with Labour’s Assembly Member Val Shawcross, local councillors Anna Birley, Max Deckers-Dowber & Fred Cowell and former councillor Ann Kingsbury, Transport for London (TfL) has agreed to remove the one-way traffic system (gyratory) on the south circular road near Tulse Hill station. 172 more words