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Like a variety of genres in Hollywood, animation is a growing field that has been significant in various forms of media. There have been successful

With technological developments taking hold in Hollywood, perhaps the most prominent has been the use of motion capture. Motion capture is a technology that syndicates

In 1960, Alfred Hitchcock saw the future. The British director had been a force in cinema since silent films, but the 1950's were by

It was 1962; Grace Kelly was no longer an actress. She was, at this point in her life, ruling the Principality of Monaco with her

With a Finger in Each Ear, We March Blindly On The Vietnam War, which had begun as a geopolitical chess match in the 1950's,

When Vêra Chytilová sadly passed away in March of last year, cinephiles across the world mourned the loss of a truly passionate and original

Editorial note: Today, the original Jaws movie is celebrating its 40th anniversary.  There are as many kangaroos on Saturn as there are people who

In some ways, the cinema is the closest thing we can experience to travelling through time - certainly the closest of any art form.

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