Billy Wilder’s acid satire of the American media is a joltingly grim drama about a former big-city newspaper reporter named Chuck Tatum (a ferocious Kirk Douglas) who wields his lack of ethics with cynical glee.
Among the most charming and vividly realized animated features of Disney’s post–Golden Age, this hit adaptation of a series of books by Margery Sharp follows the adventures of the Rescue Aid Society, a group of mice helping international victims in peril.
Contemporary critics may have all but ignored what was going on between Hitchcock's Leopold and Loeb–like killers in favor of fixating on its form—a movie told in real time through extended shots and invisible cuts—modern audiences can revel in the simmering erotic tension between Granger and Dall.
In the first feature by Christopher Papakaliatis, creator and star of the hit series Maestro in Blue, a seemingly confirmed bachelor living in Athens takes his dog out for a walk and meets the woman who will change his life forever. What if he had stayed home?
The Moving Image Awards honors the most renowned and acclaimed actors and artists of our time. This June 6, MoMI is thrilled to celebrate legendary actor Michael J. Fox with a Lifetime Achievement Award and John Wilson for Innovative Series.