“A Cinema Addict in Moscow”

On the eve of the first Olympic Games to be held in Russia in a generation, an account from an American cinephile in Moscow during the Cold War.

Innovations in Cinema: “AromaRama”

For over 50 years, motion picture exhibitors have been battling television executives for the attention (and dollars) of the public.

Book Review: “My Autobiography,” by Charles Chaplin

The recent release of Salinger draws attention to a historical figure not widely associated with the eponymous author: Charlie Chaplin. The film advances the theory that the author never fully recovered from the heartbreak of having Oona O’Neill (daughter of playwright Eugene O’Neill) choose Chaplin over him.