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Film History

Frothy star of comedy shows fear in this 1960 thriller, out now on Blu-ray Read more

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Producer-director Irwin Winkler looks back on a life that included Rocky and The Right Stuff. Read more

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Milwaukee writer-historian explores the truth behind the films in his latest book. Read more

Books

Author Dan Golding examines the Star Wars universe as a fan and a scholar. Read more

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The director of The Producers won’t be entirely amused by the new biography by Milwaukee film historian Patrick McGilligan. Read more

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The highs and lows of ‘80s teen movies are covered in the ‘Ultimate History.’ Read more

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Reissued on Blu-ray, the Bing Crosby-Bob Hope comedies contain the DNA for Hollywood's buddy-road pictures. Read more

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New essay collection shows how Hollywood has tried, again and again, to rewrite history. Read more

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Director Clarence Brown was considered first class in Hollywood’s golden years. Young tells his story well. Read more

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Veteran film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum collects interviews with Jim Jarmusch, John Carpenter and others in his latest book. Read more

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The veteran British actor recalls his working class background, his emergence in the 1960s and the long career has has enjoyed. Read more

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The story of filmmaking in the Bay Area is told in a new book, Hollywood in San Francisco. But the author also has other topics in mind. Read more

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The look and the meaning of steampunk is explored in a new book. Read more

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Long before Star Wars, science-fiction films were on the cutting edge of sonic technology. Read more

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For more than a century U.S. directors have shot films, including many classics, across the border in Mexico. Read more

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In The Real Lolita, Sarah Weinman uncovers the real crime and tragedy behind the film and novel Lolita. Read more

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The award-winning indie psycho-drama Wichita, the ’70s cop movie Brannigan and the 1970 production of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters have been released on DVD or Blu-ray. Read more

Home Movies

In Gauguin: Maker of Myth, canvas after canvas fills the frames of this documentary on one of the great visionaries of modern art, Paul Gauguin. Read more

Home Movies

Morethan a century after his death Jules Verne remains one of the world’s mostfamous authors, recognized even by people who have never read a single wordfrom his stories. The reason, as Brian Taves explains in Hollywood PresentsJules Verne: Th.. Read more

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Asthe authors concede on page 1 of Hitchcock Lost & Found: The ForgottenFilms , there has been a lot of hype over the “rediscovery” of missing piecesfrom Alfred Hitchcock’s filmography. Alain Kerzoncuf and Charles Barr complainof “excessive.. Read more

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