Let's visit the highlights of the second half of the Orson Welles Blogathon, with stellar contributions by insightful movie bloggers.
Orson Welles's last film, completed 33 years after his death, is a worthy capstone to his amazing career.
The classic film noir thriller, set in the Victorian era, leaves us a lot to think about in the present.
Some fine bloggers have stepped up to deconstruct the life and work of Orson Welles, with entries on the length and breadth of his career.
"Downfall," the classic German film about the collapse of the Nazi regime, has much to teach us about the dangers of living in unreal worlds.
Orson Welles's quirky 1973 semi-documentary ruminates on how blurry the line often is between fact and fiction.
"The Wizard of Oz" premiered the very week before World War II began. In many ways it carries with it the lost innocence of its time.
My new book on climate change, its history, and where it may be taking us is out now!
The great American steak houses are about a lot more than just good steak. They tell a key part of the American story.
The legacy of racism is everywhere in American history, from marble mansions to ordinary streetcorners. We must reckon with it.