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Beginning as an actor, John Cassavetes progressed to directing, and in the process became one of the landmark directors of indie filmmaking.

Brit Marling has made a name for herself in movies and TV, playing strong-willed women in captivating roles in addition to writing.

Elaine May had a run of successful films in the '70s and '80s, yet she remains an underappreciated director and writer in the industry.

In an industry famously inhospitable to women, Agnès Varda has been quietly and consistently surpassing expectations, for more than five decades. This is our

Mention the name Dorothy Arzner and even the biggest movie buffs can often respond with blank looks; this guide is an intro into her

Psychological horror films are designed to be more like vivid nightmares, sending the conscious mind an important message or warning of something that hasn’t

You won't find out much about Louise Osmond if you look online. She is an Oxford history graduate who joined ITN as a news journalism trainee, and

When I was younger and just starting to get into classic film, I found a copy of The General at a local DVD store. Watching it later,

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