Thursday Aug 14
Los Angeles Times
'Hollywood Takes to the Air' explores aviation's long history in film
Gary Cooper and Colleen Moore in "Lilac Time," which will be screened in the aviation series.
Opening on the 100th anniversary of the day World War I began, The Museum of Modern Art 's The Great War: A Cinematic Legacy runs from August 4 through September 21, 2014, highlighting 60 feature-length films and thematic programs that attempt to provide a comprehensive view of the war as portrayed in film.
The Island Packet
Spiritual moments in modern age link us to that which is Divine
When I was child, I was enthralled with the Hollywood movie "Sergeant York," which starred Gary Cooper.
The Jersey Journal
Warner Bros. World War I movies on DVD
It's the 100th anniversary of "the war to end all wars," and Warner is marking the occasion with a beautifully packaged boxed set of four film classics.
Film captured grim disillusionment of WWI - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 PST
It was called The Great War, and The War to End All Wars. World War I, which began 100 years ago, in July 1914, was many things - an orgy of mass slaughter, the first mechanized war, the first truly global conflict.