In the early 1960s, black and white became synonymous with political intrigue.
Method acting is a technique where the actor becomes fully dedicated to the character, changing their appearance and personality to get a better understanding, under the assumption that it will result
By 1993, the world didn't need Hollywood to make a movie about AIDS to make it a reality in the U.S. and around the world.
No filmmaker had a more positive view of America than Frank Capra.
Once upon a time, every successful Broadway show got a movie.
A group of Borscht Belt comedians gather at Carnegie Deli in Manhattan to trade war stories. There's one person that pops up in all of them - talent agent Danny Rose.
In one of the many famous sequences in The Godfather, Kay (Diane Keaton) and Michael (Al Pacino) walk out of Radio City Music Hall, with Kay visibly in tears.
Today marks the exact 70th anniversary of June 6, 1944, the most famous D-Day in history.
The best Disney movies involved great artistic risk. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was a risk because an animated feature had never been attempted before in Hollywood.
There are plenty of stories of musicians or athletes going on to have successful movie careers, but there is only one war hero who became a movie star – Audie Murphy.
There are films where words are more violent than physical actions.
It truly is amazing what wide variety of source material can inspire a filmmaker.

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