A one-location movie tills fertile thematic ground for auteurs, celebrities, and ordinary people who explore facets of being alone through film and video — the subtle distinctions between solitude, loneliness, isolation, confinement, paranoia, and sanctuary.
78/52 is an in-depth look at the background, shooting, and lasting influence of one of film’s legendary horrors.
New York City is creeping towards a psycho kind of summer.
Newly released security camera footage of a crane collapsing on the Dallas Museum of Art is pure Hitchcock.
That protean, motley preoccupation sometimes called film theory has shown many faces over the years. But before today’s engagements with the medium’s correspondence with digital technologies and television, there was auteur theory.