Truth and Movies

Posts by Pamela Hutchinson

The pioneering filmmaker who broke the mould for women in Hollywood

By Pamela Hutchinson

Dorothy Arzner gave Golden Age female stars like Katharine Hepburn and Rosalind Russell intelligent, complex roles.

Remembering Robert Mitchum – The enduring soul of film noir

By Pamela Hutchinson

We tip our trilby to the legendary performer who epitomised Hollywood’s most iconic era.

Why rep cinema is about more than just reliving the past

By Pamela Hutchinson

At the Il Cinema Ritrovato festival in Bologna, digital restoration brings vintage film to new audiences.

The girl with all the gifts – The alluring legacy of Louise Brooks

By Pamela Hutchinson

How a Kansas-born chorus girl turned silent era icon walked away from Hollywood and became an even bigger star.

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