CONTEST: Win Early Women Filmmakers on Blu-ray!

Did you know that more women worked in the film industry during its first two decades than at any time since? Or that a woman created some of the first narrative films ever made? Or that in 1916, the highest-paid director in Hollywood was a woman? Despite their incredible achievements, many early women filmmakers have…

A Tribute to Robert Osborne

This is a post I never wanted to write. Death is inevitable, but for those of us who entrench ourselves in the classic film world are even more aware of it. The people we love have been dead for years or are old enough that prepping for their demise is a constant fear. TCM fans…

Happy Birthday to Me!

It’s my birthday today so I’m giving myself a day off from everything! I’ll have something for you all to read Wednesday. This might or might not be a post to guilt you fine readers into leaving me a birthday comment!

Let’s Have a Talk…

If you’ll recall, I’ve mentioned over the last month or so about some big changes coming to Journeys in Classic Film.  Well, I just got the go-ahead to talk about it, and Veronica is pretty happy about it (she’s not big on secret keeping).  I write for a variety of other places, one of which…

My Day at the Warner Brothers Studios

I mentioned during this month’s Lake Update I’d been invited to take a tour of the Warner Brothers Studio.  Having only done the Universal Studios tour in the past, I was excited to visit a working studio independent of gimmickry and theme park rides.  Joining me was the fantastic Elise of Elise’s Ramblings, Kimberly of…