Dec 19, 2014

Classic Links

I was sorry to hear of the passing of Italian actress Virna Lisi. Though I don't know her work well, I adore her performance in Anyone Can Play (1968). It was so much fun to see her and her glamorous costars get the opportunity to be goofy--The Guardian

It's always exciting when the National Film Registry puts out a new list of films that will be preserved by the Library of Congress. I'm especially excited to see the musicals The Gang's All Here (1943) and Down Argentine Way (1940) among the chosen this year--The Dissolve

I love Laura Grieve's list of 12 overlooked Christmas movies at ClassicFlix. Lots of interesting picks and a few I'd never heard of--ClassicFlix

Leonard Maltin has written a fantastic review about Leonard Workman's new film about Orson Welles. I was always curious to see it, now I can hardly wait to check it out--Movie Crazy

I'm curious about this new program AMC theaters is testing where you can buy unilmited access to movies for about $35-45 a month. It looks like you could see a movie a day with the plan--Hello Giggles

As legendary director Agn├Ęs Varda accepts an award, she makes a plea that more women be recognized in the film industry--The Guardian

This film of art from Criterion Collection releases is an amazing two minutes:

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for linking to my list of Christmas movies, KC! I hope you'll enjoy checking some of them out. :) :)

    Best wishes,