We make two stops in the Flickchart Time Machine, heading all the way back to 1897 and 1907 in search of the treasures of very early cinema.
6 Search results
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.
In November TCM bring us a spotlight on documentary filmmaking, Star of the Month Natalie Wood, healthy doses of Fred & Ginger and Alfred Hitchcock, plus nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die. Enjoy!
As you know, big things have small beginnings. Let’s take a look at the best of the very earliest of cinema from 110 and 120 (!) years ago, and see how the origins of film began to take shape.
Get your DVRs ready: here’s what TCM has in store for us in November – Southern Writers, Norma Shearer, and more than 20 Movies to See Before You Die
In This Corner… Back in the days before 1995, before Pixar came along and ruined everything, the Walt Disney Studio was responsible for the greatest animated films of all time. In 1937, Walt Disney...