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 […]
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 […]
I’m a few days late on this post – technically my first post went live on November 11th – but I did take a few months off after those initial […]
We may be knee deep in The July Five, but I’m already thinking about August. Long-time readers of the site know I haven’t hosted a blogathon since the Universal Backlot […]
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!
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 […]
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 […]