The reason we put aside our personal dislike of rich TV families, people we might deeply resent if they were real, is two-fold.
The world’s first interactive cinema system, the Kinoautomat was the brainchild of Radúz Činčera, a Czech cinematographer.
During a slow day at work, a young marble cutter named Willis O’Brien began sculpting tiny T-Rex figurines.
How a classic Tweety Bird cartoon became a mainstay in linguistics research.
The black filmmaker Oscar Micheaux was one of the first to make films for a black audience, a rebuke to racist movies like The Birth of a Nation.
The show Downton Abbey spurred a renewed interest in English country estates.
The heroines of 1970s and 80s teen horror movies were traditionally feminine, tough, and sexually confident.
A look at TV watching as a social activity, from the "water cooler" network shows of yore to today's "second screen" live-tweets.
“With comedy, trouble is one of the greatest ingredients because there are so many variations to it,” the silent film actor told one scholar.
Jane Fonda's workout videos cracked open the idea of who exercise was for, but only to an extent.