Behind the Scenes
A Tribute To Director Blake Edwards
He is famous for his comedy films but was never afraid to take risks with his career.
Charles Laughton Directed A Masterpiece
After the critical and box office failure of "The Night of the Hunter," Charles Laughton swore never to direct again. It was his one and only directorial masterpiece.
Gregory LaCava Reinvents Stage Door
Gregory La Cava’s film interpretation of the play Stage Door provided laughter and hope while also showing the pitfalls of the entertainment business.
For anyone interested in a book detailing the history of black artists in Hollywood, "Hollywood Black" by Donald Bogle is a film lover’s dream come true.
Ida Lupino Beyond the Camera
For those who love stories about breaking the Hollywood glass ceiling, look no further than the career of Ida Lupino.
On Making Movies Review
An appreciative book review of Director Sidney Lumet's "On Making Movies."
Remembering Director Sydney Pollack
With applying his acting background to his directing, Sydney Pollack became a revered director.
The Films of Frank Capra and Robert Riskin
Director Frank Capra and screenwriter Robert Riskin had a knack for taking an ordinary fellow, often one down on his luck, and putting him on the path to self-discovery, heroism, and true love.
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