Saturday Nov 30
The casual brilliance of Robert Mitchum
A star on the "Walk of Fame" outside Dick Mack's pub in Dingle, Ireland commemorates the time Mitchum spent drinking and brawling his way through the production of "Ryan's Daughter" on the Dingle Peninsula in 1969.
The Huffington Post
Video Stores Explained To Modern Kids Will Make You Yearn For The Past
Once upon a time, people did not carry screens in their pockets. If you wanted to watch a movie, you had to travel out into the world -- to a place called "the video store."
Halloween Film Friday: 'The Night of the Hunter' directed by Charles Laughton
The great horror films of the 1930s all had this Gothic art feel, as if the people who built the creepy castles that Dracula and Dr. Frankenstein lived in had a hand in making these movies.
TCM celebrates Lillian Gish; a look at First Lady of American Cinema's career
An early publicity photo of Lillian GIsh, the woman who would become The First Lady of American Cinema.
Post and Courier
Spike Lee to receive $300,000 Gish Prize
The Gish Prize Trust announced the selection recently. Selection committee chairman Darren Walker said Lee was chosen “for his brilliance and unwavering courage in using film to challenge conventional thinking.” Lee said in an interview that he was well acquainted with Lillian Gish as the actress of “The Birth of a ... (more)