Today it’s exactly a year ago the extraordinary Harry Dean Stanton died. At Frameland we celebrate the actor with another look at both his most iconic and more obscure work.
As the 75th Venice Film Festival rolls on, we take a closer look at the contenders for the first ever Lion of St. Marcus in 1949, the award which would become the Golden Lion, the main award of the Venice Film Festival ever since.
Frameland celebrates eight films set in the summer heat, just in time for the current heatwave in many parts of the world.
Europe was still reeling from the massive death and destruction from World War II, when in 1946 the very first edition of the Cannes Film Festival was held. The Palme d’Or, that most prestigious of film prizes, didn’t exist yet. Its predecessor, the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film, was the highest prize of […]
Frameland celebrates black female filmmakers and the great, powerful cinema they’ve created throughout several decades, despite so often being ignored and marginalized.
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.
As Blade Runner 2049 is released worldwide this week, the Frameland writers recommend six cyberpunk films you might not have seen.
From cherry pies to purple seas, the Frameland team recall their favourite thing from Twin Peaks: The Return.
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.