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Black, White, and Red All Over: The First Color Horror Movies

Well, two-strip Technicolor is red AND green but you get the idea. Read More

Long Live ‘The Woman King’

'The Woman King' dares to ask the question, "What if we gave Viola Davis a big sword?" More movies should… Read More

Let There Be Lumières: The Early Days of Cinema, Explained

Turns out that making bank on technological spectacle is at the backbone of movie making. Cool. Read More

From A to Zoetrope: A Look at the Ancestors of Cinema

Before the moving image, there was ... the slightly slower moving image. Read More

The 75 Best Final Shots in Movie History

Here’s lookin’ at you, beautiful final shots. Read More

The Man Who Inspired ‘Nightcrawler’ (and Other Movies)

What connects 'Nightcrawler,' 'Dr. Strangelove,' and 'The Naked City'? One 1930s crime scene photographer. Read More

When Harry Belafonte Hosted ‘The Tonight Show’ and Changed Television Forever

Yoruba Richen's documentary 'The Sit-In: Harry Belafonte Hosts The Tonight Show' revisits a mostly lost but never forgotten week of… Read More

The Forgotten History of Cinema’s First Pandemic

Nobody knows what happens next, but here's what happened last time. Read More

The Real Story Behind ‘1917’

Learn all about the history that inspired Sam Mendes’ World War I film. Read More