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A case study in film craft: how Colin Firth’s great performance was influenced by the style and technique of director Tom Hooper.
A trio of uplifting music-tinged movies just right for rental on a cold winter evening.
A potent film about war, hope and memory from a “Viet-kieu” artist.
A bad season for movies was redeemed by several women directors.
Some of the most powerful war films have been documentaries. You can add a recent movie to the list of all-time greats.
The great writer Alan Sillitoe wrote two of the finest novels to inspire movies ever.
Sir John Dankworth ranked among the movies’ great composers – and one of the first to bring jazz to the silver screen.
What makes this director so original?
As part of our movie issue, we look at U-M grads who have made a mark in the film industry.