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7/25/2014
In the early 1960s, black and white became synonymous with political intrigue.
7/18/2014
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
7/11/2014
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.
7/3/2014
No filmmaker had a more positive view of America than Frank Capra.
6/27/2014
Once upon a time, every successful Broadway show got a movie.
6/20/2014
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.
6/13/2014
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.
6/6/2014
Today marks the exact 70th anniversary of June 6, 1944, the most famous D-Day in history.
5/30/2014
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.
5/23/2014
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.
5/16/2014
There are films where words are more violent than physical actions.
5/9/2014
It truly is amazing what wide variety of source material can inspire a filmmaker.

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