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Film Noir with a Touch of Class: TCM’s “Summer of Darkness” Now in Session!

In mid-May, it was announced that the Peabody Award-winning television network, Turner Classic Movies would collaborate with one of the nation’s best public institutions, Ball State University on the Canvas Network for a free online course studying film noir, open to the general public.

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Rediscovering Classic Films Through Books

The trend of adapting novels to film is not at all a recent one. For years and long before the popular¬†Harry Potter series or The Hunger Games, Hollywood has been taking note of some of our most profound novels and turning to these illustrious literary works for inspiration on the big screen. For movie buffs, […]

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Dial H For Hitchcock: An In-Depth Discussion About ‘The Master of Suspense’

Alfred Hitchcock, known by many as the “Master of Suspense” is one of the most influential filmmakers of the 21st century. He has a reputation for high-art filmmaking with an enormous popularity. To this day his films continue to capture and fascinate audiences of all ages and though this is not common for a lot […]

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