Film noir classic ‘The Third Man’ returns to screen

“The Third Man” is a classic black-and-white film that suggests that not everything is black and white. Its allure lies in its exploration of human uncertainty and the ambiguous nature of human motive. First released in 1949, the esteemed British film-noir movie earned a series of accolades, including the 1949
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A not so astonishing documentary on Orson Welles

12The magic of Orson Welles transcends the confines of Hollywood. Welles, proving to be too ahead of his time, was the essence of entertainment for many generations, and it’s that very quality that caused audiences to become transfixed with his creations. Director Chuck Workman relies on Welles’ magic charm for
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‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ is a done deal at last

Frank Herbert’s “Dune” is a sprawling masterpiece of science fiction. It inspired generations of fans, megafans, enduring cultural memes, and remains a quasireligious touchstone of truth and the hero’s journey for readers all over the world. If you haven’t read it, imagine that “The Matrix” had taken place on a
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