One of the greatest film scores Bernard Herrmann ever completed is ‘The Ghost and Mrs. Muir.’ Read on to learn why.
Marlene Dietrich, a siren of the screen in early Hollywood. Dietrich was originally from Germany where she performed on the stage and in silent films in the 1920s. She was “discovered” by Josef Von Sternberg and cast in his film The Blue Angel (1930). The success of the film led to her contract with Paramount […]
As hard as it may be to believe Pixar Animation turns 25 this year. The brilliant minds, who have made animated films accessible to both adults and children, show no sign of slowing their total domination of the animated film market, much to the joy of many filmgoers. It may not seem like a big […]
The Cinecon Classic Film Festival is not for novices. Held over Labor Day weekend mere steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Cinecon attendees are more likely to stop and admire the sidewalk stars of Louise Fazenda and Richard Barthelmess than Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp. Do you recognize those names of old? Cinecon […]