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3 things about Edward Sedgwick’s THE FIRST DEGREE

The First Degree [1923] 1. The moustache signifies his evil. 2. “We need husky young fellows like you.” 3. Lightning flashes and rain streaming through the broken window during the struggle.

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The 2020 CFA Media Mixer!

In Roy’s World, I used a whole lot of images from various collections of the Chicago Film Archives. So when CFA asked me to be one of 2020’s “remixers” I was delighted to accept! I’m already digging into some materials … Continue reading

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A new collection at the Chicago Film Archives.

I’m really excited to announce that Pause of the Clock has a new home! From the April newsletter of Chicago Film Archives: The Rob Christopher Collection consists of the original 16mm negatives and workprints for Rob’s 2015 feature film Pause of the Clock, … Continue reading

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