John Ford’s ‘My Darling Clementine’

September 1, 2013

I am a war baby who grew up in Texas before leaving for a larger world that included living in Manhattan for 22 years and moving to Los Angeles to work as a story analyst. So, if what I have to say now reads old to anyone, well good — because old has a way of becoming new again, especially when old is as unforgettable as My Darling Clementine. […]

Sound Minded: Donald O. Mitchell

September 1, 2013

Helming a re-recording crew during the preparation of an intricate motion picture soundtrack takes a unique combination of technical capabilities, people skills and an appreciation of sound and imagery. For many who know him, Donald O. Mitchell exemplifies all of these qualities and more. […]

THIS MONTH IN FILM HISTORY: Are You ‘Experience’d?

September 1, 2013

The American Experience had a unique style and zeitgeist. The stories were never pat interpretations of historical figures and events, nor did they shy away from the chronicles of lost causes, defeats, rough compromises and violence. […]

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