March 25th, 2010
Extraordinary entertainer Gene Kelly was an actor, dancer, director and choreographer, who single handedly did more than any other contemporary to influence the evolution of the American screen musical. The American Cinematheque is honoring Kelly's work with a four-night retrospective of eight of his films, from the MGM era to his glorious appearance in Jacques Demy's "The Young Girls Of Rochefort."
July 29th, 2009
Turner Classic Movies is dedicating each of August's 31 days to showcasing one of Hollywood's most enduring personalities. This one-of-a-kind festival is an opportunity for viewers to enjoy a varied selection from each star's body of work, uncut and commercial free, beginning with Henry Fonda on August 1st.
May 4th, 2010
Although I missed out on a couple of early day screenings I really wanted to see, I did finish out the festival on an extremely high note with the Festival's big closing night presentation, of a newly restored print of Fritz Lang's 1927 "Metropolis."
March 1st, 2014
We begin (or conclude, depending on how you go about perusing) our eleventh series of articles with the most important and prestigious award in all cinema.