Hollywood 1980s: Comedies

The critic Pauline Kael has observed that the only fresh elements in American movies of the 1980s was the kind of humor that a new generation of comedians brought with them.

Malaya (1949): Thorpe’s Fact-Inspired Adventure, Starring Tracy and Jimmy Stewart

Richard Thorpe directed Malaya, a fact-inspired adventure tale, set in colonial Malaya during WWII, co-starring Spencer Tracy and Jimmy Stewart.

Film Festivals: List

List of major film festivals

Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles: Lewkowicz’s Docu about Fiddleron the Roof

Roadside Attractions and Samuel Goldwyn Films have acquired worldwide rights to Max Lewkowicz’s docu, Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles.

Joker Is Wild, The (1957): Charles Vidor’s Musical Biopic, Starring Frank Sinatra

Charles Vidor directed The Joker Is Wild, a musical biopic about Joe E. Lewis, the popular singer and comedian in nightclubs from the 1920s to the early 1950s.