In this one film, Fritz Lang lays the groundwork for much of film noir (Lang practically created...Read More
Category: 100 Years, 100 Films
Hugely influential psychological thriller introduced German Expressionism in the cinema with major...Read More
Possibly the cinema’s first interracial love story, depicting a humble Chinese immigrant...Read More
The top grossing film of 1918, reportedly earning $17,200,000 on an estimated budget of $125,000. ...Read More
One of the three top grossing films of 1917, two of which starred Mary Pickford. Upon viewing...Read More
The first feature-length film in the “100 Years, 100 Films” series continues in the...Read More
Griffith’s Biograph shorts from 1908-1913 show the remarkable odyssey from an initially...Read More
Blanche Sweet (1896-1986) may not be as well known these days as Mary Pickford and Lillian Gish,...Read More
- 1922. Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler. Directed by Fritz Lang.
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- Sunday Film Series, Week #16: Victim, directed by Basil Dearden (1961).
- 1921. “The Kid.” Directed by Charlie Chaplin.