Kubrick’s producer sends him a letter about the new discovery of 1976: the Steadicam.
Ever wonder why the competent and kickass action ladies always die? TV Tropes examines why “Vasquez Always Dies.”
“If there is one recurring image that defines the cinema of Steven Spielberg, it is The Spielberg Face. Eyes open, staring in wordless wonder in a moment where time stands still. But above all, a child-like surrender in the act of watching, both theirs and ours. It’s as […]
Paterson James found hope in the casting of James Howson’s casting as Heathcliff in Andrea Arnold’s Wuthering Heights, revealing “a hidden history” and “reflect[ing] black presence in the UK throughout the nation’s history.”
Art of the Title presents “a brief visual history” of Saul Bass’ title design work. (via Bleeding Cool, which exhorts us not to forget Elaine)
John Carpenter presents a series of Halloween videos on Funny or Die, from a short about a Cat-Thrower to one about Charlie Brown, Blockhead.