Dark Past, The (1948): Rudolph Mate’s Psychological Noir Thriller, Starring te Young William Holden, Lee J. Cobb and Nina Foche

In one of his few screen roles as a villain or criminal, William Holden gives a competent performance as the dream-shackled gunman, ruthless, nervous and dangerous guy, in The Dark Past, psychological noir thriller directed by Rudolph Maté.

Last Hurrah, The (1958): John Ford’s Political Satire, Starring Spencer Tracy

John Ford directed The Last Hurrah, a political satire based on the 1956 novel by Edwin O’Connor, starring Spencer Tracy as a veteran mayor preparing for yet another election campaign. Praised for imbuing his iron-fist character with warmth and humanity, Tracy was nominated as Best Foreign Actor by BAFTA and won the Best Actor Award […]

Fauci: Docu about Man of the Hours–Public Servant, Scientist, Physician, Family

Fauci offers a portrait of Dr. Anthony Fauci, a public servant, scientist, physician, husband and father whose career spans seven presidents and bookended by two pandemics: HIV/AIDS, which shaped him, and COVID-19, which has tested him beyond all expectations. With his signature blend of scientific acumen, candor and integrity, Dr. Anthony Fauci became America’s most […]

Diane Weyermann, ‘Inconvenient Truth’ Producer and Participant Veteran, Dies at 66

In a life dedicated to documentaries, she worked on two other Oscar winners, Citizenfour and American Factory, plus ‘Food, Inc.,’ ‘American Utopia’ and so much more.

AFI Film Fest 2021: Full Lineup

NARRATIVE BRUISED Marking the directorial debut of Oscar winner Halle Berry, BRUISED is a story of a fighter who reclaims her power, in and out of the ring, when everyone has counted her out. DIR Halle Berry. SCR Michelle Rosenfarb. CAST Halle Berry, Adan Canto, Adriane Lenox, Sheila Atim, Valentina Shevchenko, Lela Loren, Nikolai Nikolaef, […]