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Frank Beaver embraces a lust for life in new Iggy doc by Jim Jarmush.
Frank Beaver combs through Wilder’s 2005 memoir and reflects on the artist’s legacy.
It’s been 50 years since Michelangelo Antonioni challenged audiences with his abstract film “Blow-Up.”
A classic movie house in Harbor Springs, Mich., is reborn, thanks to film fan Roger Blaser, BGS ’70.
Frank Beaver deconstructs Haskell Wexler’s “Medium Cool” in a timely examination of media, morality, and more.
Frank Beaver opens the book on Groucho Marx through a new bio by Lee Siegel.
Hopwood Awards season at U-M is an ideal time to remember the revered playwriting professor.
Frank Beaver examines the social and artistic legacy of controversial filmmaker D.W. Griffith.
Frank Beaver focuses on some favorite cinematic fragments that flickered across our screens last year.