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Film Legend Mary Pickford and Sara Gavron’s ‘Suffragette’


“We break windows. We burn things. Because war is the only language men listen to,” Maud says in Suffragette, now playing in theaters across the U.S. Director Sara Gavron said, “Working (class) women often are the vanguard of change, and they’re often not recognized for that.” Another woman not recognized by history is Mary Pickford, the most famous woman in ... Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Rags & Riches: The Mary Pickford Collection

A fantastic showcase of one of silent film's brightest stars. Read More »

Bruce Kimball and Second Chances

Olympic diver Bruce Kimball crushed the hearts of countless people when he killed two people. Kimball was given a second chance. But does he deserve that privilege? Read More »