Last month I was in Indianapolis for a conference, and I had the opportunity to join a tour at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. Now, I’ve been to the Eiteljorg in the past, and enjoyed my time there; but this particular visit was my favorite.
Entries by Katherine Johnson
On Tuesday, March 27 the Indiana University Cinema will be screening the documentary Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story as a part of the International Arthouse Series and this year’s Science on Screen series. Hedy Lamarr was a fascinating and incredibly influential woman in America, and not just because she was an actress of the Classical Hollywood period. In… Read more »
For anyone who has seen an Anthony Mann western and/or had the chance to see MAN OF THE WEST (1958) at the IU Cinema on Thursday, January 18, 2018, it’s clear Anthony Mann had a unique style. And while it probably wouldn’t matter to the director himself, his Westerns aren’t often thoroughly discussed—at least not… Read more »
One of my favorite actresses from Studio Era Hollywood is Ida Lupino; in fact, she’s one of the reasons I love Raoul Walsh’s High Sierra (1941). Many people know of Lupino as a Hollywood actress, but few know her as a director, screenwriter, and producer who worked in film and television from the mid- to… Read more »
This post is a pretty early push for a film I am incredibly excited to see: Joachim Trier’s THELMA, showing at the Indiana University Cinema on January 5 and 6, 2018. Yes, these screenings are still weeks away, but I wholeheartedly believe my anticipation for seeing a film that The Independent (a British online news… Read more »
Born in 1941, Faye Dunaway is a Hollywood classic. Although more of the second or third generation of old Hollywood (like Jane Fonda or Natalie Wood), she, like the others, had the opportunity to work with many of the older, classical Hollywood stars. Arguably, most of Dunaway’s best work was released in the 1960s and… Read more »