The Frameland Team takes a closer look at the oeuvre of Ida Lupino as female director in classic Hollywood, consisting of only 7 films.
The Frameland team looks back on 2017 and picks out their favorite underseen and unloved films in international cinema.
Growing old together, meeting the in-laws, flying ships that express romance, a chance connection on a beach between two strangers and much more: Frameland’s favorite cinematic moments of 2017 deal with all kinds of human connections, expressed in a multitude of ways.
At the close of Noirvember, Frameland recommends five film noirs from outside of the United States, from the classical period and beyond.
Reporting on the cinematic highlight of the year in the Northern Dutch provinces, with a focus on a diverse and entertaining mix of cinema from Northern Europe.
Highlights of and interesting takes on the cinematic incarnation of Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous detective.
From cherry pies to purple seas, the Frameland team recall their favourite thing from Twin Peaks: The Return.
A good film shouldn’t need nudity or sex unless it really serves the story or message it wants to. In other words, it should be functional. But can there be a line drawn on this topic?
The femme fatale has gone through quite a transformation over the years. She evolved together with technology and is still very present in modern cinema.
As Christopher Nolan’s war film Dunkirk is released worldwide, Frameland recommends watching one or up to all seven of Sam Fuller’s war films.
The exhibition is both interesting for people not too well acquainted with Scorsese’s work, and for the true fans and admirers.
Five Frameland authors share their favorite memories of Twin Peaks, just before the new season starts.
Kubrick adds with his visual clues to the feeling of claustrophobia and disorientation to the descent of madness that Jack Torrance undergoes.