Tagged: Fritz Lang

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The Top Ten Movies of 1927

It’s been 90 years since talkies hit the screens, but silents weren’t done dominating cinema, as we see in our look back at 1927.

Top Ten Films of 1936

We jump in our Flickchart Time Machine and head back to 1936, with a top ten full to bursting with Hitchcock, Lang, Capra, Astaire & Rogers, Chaplin and especially William Powell!

Random Acts of Dancing: Women with Moves

Random Acts of Dancing is an ongoing exploration of the weird, wild and obscure world of cinematic dance scenes. Back when I wrote those “Getting Emotional with Movies” articles, I wasn’t consciously aware of...

Flickchart Film School: 1922

The evolution of film hardly slowed down in 1922. In Russia, filmmaker Lev Kuleshov starting to experiment with a new editing technique called “montage”. The technique would be made popular by fellow Russian filmmakers...

Flickchart Film School: 1921

In 1921, the United States wanted American cinema to stay American and keep foreign films out of the good ‘ol U.S. Countries like France and Germany were already cultivating an expansive catalog of groundbreaking...