If you think all films made before the 1950s we’re conservative and bland, this short video will prove you wrong. This student’s documentary short covers Pre-Code Hollywood, the time period (1930-1934) after the Hayes Code was created and before it was enforced.
Kick open the door to summer blockbuster season with these sentence diagrams of classic action-hero one-liners! Buckle up for a high-octane thrill ride/scholarly semantic breakdown of the florid poetry of these gun-toting, glass-smashing, walloping wordsmiths.
In this 1979 camera test for The Muppet Movie: Fozzie gives a comedy show to real cows, Miss Piggy pressures Kermit to buy a house they can’t afford, and Kermit and Fozzie debate the merits of muppet existentialism.
How the “Building Block,” that blurb on the bottom of movie posters and sometime featured in movie trails and advertising, is assembled combining design elements with carefully crafted legal negotiations for credits.