Category Archives: Editorial

Editorial: Black and White in Trucolor

There is a sequence in Nicholas Ray’s Johnny Guitar where the lawmen all wear black. Joan Crawford appears in white. It is a crisp and striking visual moment, all the more so since it is a Western noir in color. Read More

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Editorial: A Raincoat in Sunny LA

Peter Falk in ”Columbo” | NBC   The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   Who wears a raincoat in sunny LA all the time? Columbo, that’s who. Why? Just instinct. His crumpled raincoat, his … Read More

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Editorial: Ice Blonde

Beautiful and mysterious, hidden behind her opaqueness and inaccessibility, Catherine Deneuve’s ice, cool look (Mississippi Mermaid) would have been perfect for a Hitchcock noir. Read More

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Editorial: Every Day Is Opening Night

John Cassavetes’ “Opening Night” (1977) is one of the greatest films about actors and about the all-consuming act of acting. Read More

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Editorial: The Children Are Alright

Editorial- Fantastic Mr. Fox - Classiq Journal

  The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   Talking about the book Fantastic Mr. Fox, on which he based his film by the same name, Wes Anderson said in the book-length interviews with Matt … Read More

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