Posts by Lynsey Ford

Mods and sods – Remembering Quadrophenia at 40

By Lynsey Ford

Based on The Who’s 1973 rock opera, Franc Roddam’s Brit drama remains a thrilling testament to youth in revolt.

How Mae West took on the Hollywood studio system

By Lynsey Ford

In the pre-code era, the trailblazing Hollywood star used her sly humour and sex appeal to thrill audiences.

Born to be Wild: The defiant, laid-back legacy of Easy Rider

By Lynsey Ford

Fifty years ago, Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper birthed arguably the defining film of America’s counterculture era.

Explore Charlie Chaplin’s life and career via a new digital archive

By Lynsey Ford

A wealth of rare materials including photos, letters and script notes have been made available for the first time.

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