Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
From Wolverines Tom Harmon to Billy Taylor, Michigan athletes make good celluloid sense.
Translating a book from page to screen is a unique challenge, especially when it’s Leo Tolstoy’s classic, Anna Karenina.
Free speech in American cinema came by way of an unlikely ally: Italy’s Roberto Rossellini.
The late Andy Griffith is best known for TV work. But his film debut remains a timeless—and timely—gem.
In politics, truth often is stranger than fiction. Electioneering makes for good Hollywood fodder as a result.
For Adolf Hitler, the Olympics in Berlin was an ideal playing field for pre-World War II propaganda.
Discover the U-M ties that bind Bonnie and Clyde to Superman and Streisand.
Explore this doomed ship’s cinematic voyage from silent short to 3-D blockbuster.
U.K. dispatch brings news of American classics and foreign gems.