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  • Silent-era scarefest 'Cabinet of Dr. Caligari' plays in Philly

    Hailed by Roger Ebert as cinema's "first true horror film," 1920's "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" is one of the most visually striking scarefests of the silent era.
  • Weekend preview: Hail Freedonia, Frida and Tig!

    Weekend preview: Hail Freedonia, Frida and Tig!
    If he knew then what we know now, Rufus T. Firefly would still go to war with Sylvania. No flipping. No flopping. Because amid all the misinformation, personal enmity and alpha-male posturing, this war was about money. And Margaret Dumont’s abundant...

    Filmmaker and artist Prashant Bhargava dies at 42

    Filmmaker and artist Prashant Bhargava dies at 42
    Prashant Bhargava, a deeply humane filmmaker and artist perhaps best known for the 2011 film "Patang" ("The Kite"), has died of cardiac arrest in New York. He was 42. His sister Anurima Bhargava confirmed his death to the Associated Press on Tuesday....

    Filmmaker, artist Prashant Bhargava dies at 42

    Prashant Bhargava, a deeply humane filmmaker and artist perhaps best known for the 2011 film "Patang" ("The Kite"), died Friday of cardiac arrest in New York. He was 42. His sister Anurima Bhargava confirmed the news to The Associated Press on Tuesday....

    Restored 'The Third Man' emerges again from the shadows

    Break out your zithers: "The Third Man" is back. Sixty-six years after Carol Reed's noir masterpiece first debuted, "The Third Man" premiered again at the Cannes Film Festival, this time in a freshly restored print as part of the Cannes Classics program....