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Birth of Cinema - Lumiere Brothers

How can I have a film blog, and not mention the birth of the moving pictures? The creation of a product that I am so passionate about? 363 more words

The Filmy Keeda Writes

Seminal Cinema Outfit 2015 - Read: Letter from the Editor

Welcome back, friends and film-lovers.

Seminal Cinema Outfit has (finally!) returned for another year and with a renewed dedication to presenting the best foreign, classic, and rare film, available online. 221 more words

Seminal Cinema Outfit

The Great Train Robbery (1979)

Based on his fictionalized account of the first robbery from a moving train, Michael Crichton’s The Great Train Robbery feels as if it should be better than it is.  475 more words


a soft self portrait of salvador dali

So yes, the blog is going through a bit of a film theme at the moment.

So for this post I have found two short (ish) clips from the film… 185 more words

Artists And Artworks

Review of Brian Hochman, Savage Preservation

The Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY has introduced the newest issue of Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism (Vol. 42, no. 5), which includes an abbreviated review of mine on… 16 more words

Race And Racism

famous scenes in museums

A selection of movie scenes all taking place in museums.

Play it Again, Sam:

Play It Again, Sam is a 1972 film written by and starring Woody Allen, based on his 1969 Broadway play. 784 more words

Art Museums


I came home and finished “The Silver Tarn” and sewed on my dress. Mama stayed in town and saw “Queen Christina” with Greta Garbo. My ringworm is bad.