Once a month, I dedicate a post to a cinematic staple I should have seen a long time ago. Some of my film-loving friends join me for the project and their posts are linked. If you are a film writer yourself, feel free to join in at any time!
When a beautiful place is still hell, it's uplifting to think one can write their way out.
Making assumptions, questioning pure science, and getting assists from remakes. All in one month's work for a Blindspot entry.
The sensuality and forgiveness of film, as only Antonioni could provide.
Powell and Pressburger remind us that conflict used to be more civilized, and every stuffed-shirt has a tale to tell.
With the gun comes the fear; both for the target and for the shooter.
There is great amounts of truth in all the small moments of truth we call our lives.
A landmark case in the court of public opinion, and a harbinger of the nonfiction storytelling that would follow.
Time can do funny things to a story; it can dull its sharpest edges, and present the opportunity to rewrite the narrative.