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.
Join me in September to analyze the work and life of Orson Welles, one of the most enigmatic showmen of the 20th century.
The final article on this journey through 1990s cinema takes us to the very best the decade has to offer.
The next dive into 1990s cinema features kissyface schmaltz on a ship, exploding convicts on a plane, and Will Shakespeare brandishing a 9mm.
The third installment of 1990s cinema takes us to a convenience store in New Jersey, an apocalyptic desert in Australia, and the mean streets of L.A.
The second part of our 25-film journey through the 1990s involves technology, random violence, and a heartbreaking depiction of the Holocaust.
Join me on a journey to define 1990s cinema by looking at 25 films representative of its style.