Thursday, October 31 2013
As Welles had created shadowy noir images in the war years, by the end of the war, he captured the cultural climate of the emerging postwar era in his underrated 1946 noir, The Stranger.
Tuesday, October 15 2013
Could it be that Orson Welles was directing the films he was acting in even when he wasn't officially "directing" them?
From Citizen Kane (1941) to his "mutilated masterpiece" follow-up The Magnificent Ambersons to The Trial (1962), the essayists in this collection will take you on a journey into the filmic realms and mind of the filmmaker whom many call genius.