Frederick Wiseman's 42nd documentary in 50 years of film-making has just been released. What's he making movies about, anyway?
Ironically, it was movies that helped accustom American viewers to television in the first place, writes Richard Koszarski.
During the Cold War, both the West and East Germany film industries made popular westerns. Yes, westerns. What was that all about?
Jerry Lewis was lionized in France as a film auteur, a genius of movie-making. What did the French know that Americans didn't?
Little people have been used for entertainment purposes in royal courts from ancient Egypt to medieval Europe. But can this be more than exploitative?
The life, times and image of Monroe has been expounded upon tirelessly in the decades after her tragic death at age 36.
The French actress Jeanne Moreau worked with directors Truffaut, Duras, Buñuel, Renoir, Antonioni, Fassbinder, and Orson Welles.
At its core, the relationship between single women and gay men has longstanding historical roots.
Dan Rather's ruminations on politics and morality feel so 2017. This interview he gave in the '70s lends insight into how seriously he takes journalism.
In 1942, William Moulton Marston wrote an incredibly charming essay in defense of comics, and describing how he created Wonder Woman.