Man of Aran (1934) | Dir. Robert J. Flaherty | Documentary

Robert J. Flaherty is considered America’s first documentary filmmaker. Though his methods might be looked on by present day documentarians as unorthodox, his films are still intriguing and worth a look. lb Find… Continue reading

‘Chromatic Frankenstein’s Monsters?’: Restoration, Colour and Variants of Georges Méliès’s Voyage dans la Lune | Wendy Haslem | Senses of Cinema

By Wendy Haslem Wendy Haslem lectures in Cinema and Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne. The restored edition of ‘the original colour version’ of Voyage dans la Lune (Trip to the Moon, Georges Méliès,… Continue reading

Documentary Filmmakers Decide How to Present Compelling Evidence | Michael Rabiger | Nieman Reports

Using film to tell a story changes nearly everything. By Michael Rabiger Similarities abound between the reporting methods used by documentary filmmakers and print journalists. But the results are regarded differently, with more… Continue reading

George Harrison: Living In The Material World trailer | Dir. Martin Scorsese | Documentary

—-The Kinsey Syndrome—- The devil’s in the details; Do you know them or just what you’ve been told? | Dir. Christian J. Pinto | Documentary

The Kinsey Syndrome This documentary shows how “The Kinsey Reports” have been used to change the laws concerning sex crimes in America, resulting in the minimal sentences so often given to rapists and… Continue reading

Foreign Intrigue (1956) | Dir. Sheldon Reynolds

When his wealthy boss dies from a sudden heart attack, Dave Bishop (Robert Mitchum) decides to find out more about the enigmatic businessman, starting with the source of his fortune. He uncovers a… Continue reading

Hollywoodland (2006) | Dir. Allen Coulter

Based on Hollywood’s most notorious unsolved mystery, Hollywoodland stars Ben Affleck, Adrien Brody, Diane Lane and Bob Hoskins in a gripping crime thriller set in 1950’s Los Angeles.

Why We Love Film | Ken Rockwell |

Why We Love Film by Ken Rockwell Film versus Digital Capture “Capture” means how an image or data is acquired. After it’s caught, either on film or with digital capture, all of them… Continue reading

The Film Festivals of New England, Part One | K. Correia

New England might be small–New England film festivals are anything but. This year, has partnered with nine regional festivals that bring in films from around the world for the 4th Annual Online… Continue reading

The Penitent Man Trailer | Dir. Nicholas Gyeney

The official trailer for “The Penitent Man”, an emotional character drama starring Lance Henriksen, Lathrop Walker, and Andrew Keegan. A Film By Nicholas Gyeney.