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Imitation of Life is a 1934 American drama film directed by Joh...

wikipedia - 11 Sep 2016
Imitation of Life is a 1934 American drama film directed by John M. Stahl. The screenplay by William Hurlbut, based on Fannie Hurst's 1933 novel of the same name, was augmented by eight additional uncredited writers, including Preston Sturges and Finley Peter Dunne. The film stars Claudette Colbert, Warren William and Rochelle Hudson and features Louise Beavers and Fredi Washington.
imitation of life (1934 film)

23 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend

New York Times - 26 Apr 2018
'PETER HUJAR: SPEED OF LIFE' at the Morgan Library and Museum (through May 20). It's hard to say which is more surprising: that Peter Hujar's photographs of underground life in New York in the 1970s and '80s have found their way to the Morgan Library ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

Psycho, Imitation of Life actor John Gavin dies at 86

EW.com (blog) - 10 Feb 2018
John Gavin, the actor best known for his work in films including Imitation of Life and Psycho, has died. He was 86. Gavin died Friday morning in Beverly Hills, Calif., EW has confirmed. Though Gavin was best known for his career as a mid-century ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

Steven Spielberg's 'The Post,' now on DVD and Blu-ray (review)

cleveland.com - 22 Apr 2018
The Commuter: An ex-cop riding a commuter train to his job selling insurance in New York City is drawn into a life-and-death conspiracy by a mysterious woman. Liam Neeson's fourth film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra is another middle-of-the-road action ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

25 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend

New York Times - 19 Apr 2018
'PETER HUJAR: SPEED OF LIFE' at the Morgan Library and Museum (through May 20). It's hard to say which is more surprising: that Peter Hujar's photographs of underground life in New York in the 1970s and '80s have found their way to the Morgan Library ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

SCAD, President Wallace honor five new Women of Vision

District - 11 Feb 2018
A'ndrea Wilson (M.F.A., dramatic writing, 2017) honored Fredericka Washington. “Fredi” was inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame for her role in the 1934 filmImitation of Life” and for a film career dedicated to expanding opportunities for ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

A Better-Than Black List

National Review - 05 Feb 2018
Its many inane choices promote commercial interests by favoring film distributors who capitalize on what Harvey Weinstein called “the Obama effect” — a habit that ensures the Times' dominance through just such trade practice and its handmaiden, hype ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

Rescuing the Letterpress Art Made for Movie Ads

Atlas Obscura - 08 Jan 2018
The second: Filmmaker Adam Roffman, who had been building his own collection of movie printing blocks, heard about Ginsberg and Wagner's collection and decided to document their painstaking work to catalogue and preserve their collection. For many ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

Trailer: YouTube Red's Jumper Series Impulse from Doug Liman

Dread Central - 28 Mar 2018
Just over a month ago, we brought you news of the majestic looking The Great Buddha Arrival (Daibutsu Kaikoju), an upcoming Japanese kaiju film that pays homage to the “daimajin” movies of the 60's. A remake of the 1934 movie of the same name, this ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

28 Days, 28 Films for Black History Month

New York Times - 01 Feb 2018
Micheaux along with black directors like Spencer Williams made “race movies,” low-budget films with all-black casts for black audiences (some from white producers). During the Jim Crow era, the color line ran through movies, including into segregated ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

Black History Month activities

Winston-Salem Journal - 02 Feb 2018
Each film will be followed by a panel discussion. The films are: Feb. 13: Imitation of Life (1934); Feb. 20: Putney Swop; Feb. 27: Selma. The panelists are Ron Stacker Thompson, a member of the UNC School of the Arts faculty in screenwriting, and ...
imitation of life (1934 film)

Two Takes on 'Imitation of Life': Exploitation in Eastmancolor

New York Times - 14 May 2015
“I would have made the picture just for the title,” Douglas Sirk said of his last Hollywood production, “Imitation of Life” (1959). But, newly released on Blu-ray by Universal, along with its original version, directed in 1934 by John M. Stahl, the ...

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