Downton Abbey's popularity in America may be due to the British culture industry's manufacture of the myth of England itself.
Bambi has had a pervasive influence on how Americans view nature, and that might not be such a good thing.
The "screen tests" can be viewed as an exploration of glamor and the gaze.
The force isn't for everyone.
Being silent in a movie theater is a learned habit.
It's more than just entertainment. It reflects the feelings of an era.
The smartest dumbest show ever created for television.
Ian Fleming may have understood international relations better than academics.
We examine the portrayal of the British suffragettes in the iconic film, Mary Poppins.
William J. Becker, co-owner of Janus Films, was instrumental in bringing art house and foreign cinema to American audiences. We reflect on his influence.