Master of the romantic comedy Ernst Lubitsch is FilmStuck’s “director of the week.”
If the Gene Siskel FIlm Center’s screening of The Magic Flute has you longing for more opera films, here are five that hit the high notes.
FilmStruck’s “star of the week” Lana Turner shines in these five films.
Men weren’t the only ones making thoughtful and provocative independent films in the 1960s and ’70s, as this selection demonstrates.
FilmStruck presents the films of influential French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville.
Five movies remind us that filmmakers have always been fascinated with the box in the living room
George Cukor, the great Hollywood auteur hiding in plain sight, gets the “director of the week” treatment form FilmStruck.
Five films that captured the vibrant, changing pop-music scene of the 1980s.
James Cagney dances past his gangster persona in several of FilmStruck’s “Star of the Week” selections.
We boil down the iconic actress’s five-decade screen career into five must-see films.
If you like the Czech animations by Jiri Trnka showing this month at Film Center, try out these other five greats of nontraditional animation.
FilmStruck “Director of the Week” John Huston always got great performances, from Humphrey Bogart in the 1940s to his daughter Anjelica Huston in the ’80s,
Hotels play a starring role in film history, from Georges Méliès in 1897 to Wes Anderson in 2014.
FilmStruck spotlights director David Lean, whose early Dickens adaptations and later epics shouldn’t obscure his more intimate dramas from the 1950s.
The Star Wars films amused few of our film critics.