Note: The Archive is a collection of cinephile-friendly findings around the web, including rare or never-before-seen photos, interviews, footage or any other bits related to classic cinema. If you have any suggestions, feel free to e-mail in or tweet to @TheFilmStage. Check out the rundown below.
Paul Ronald‘s color photographs from the set of Federico Fellini’s 8½. [Criterion Corner]
Alfred Hitchcock interviewed in 1964 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation special. [@JosepNovak]
After premiering at the Rome Film Festival, Larry Clark‘s Marfa Girl is available to stream for $5.99 until 6PM EST today. [Larry Clark]
Luis Bunuel and Catherine Deneuve on the set of 1967′s Belle de jour. [Underwaterness]
Steven Soderbergh, Mira Nair and Spike Lee discuss The Battle of Algiers for The Criterion Collection.
Fox will release Elia Kazan‘s Gentleman’s Agreement (1947) and Wild River (1960), and John Ford‘s How Green Was My Valley (1941) on Blu-ray on January 15th. [Blu-ray.com]
William Holden, Billy Wilder and Humphrey Bogart on the set of Sabrina in 1954. [Cinephilia & Beyond]
Carol Reed‘s 1947 film noir Odd Man Out is streaming in full on YouTube.
The Shining polaroids shot by continuity supervisor June Randall. [The Overlook Hotel]
Buster Keaton‘s 1926 classic The General is streaming in full on YouTube.
Contact sheet from Alfred Hitchcock‘s Psycho. [@emmafgreen]
BAMCinématek A new series entitled “Black & White ’Scope: American Cinema” commences this weekend, and, as for the series itself, with a Wilder double-bill on Friday: The Apartment and One, Two, Three. Manhattan screens on Saturday, while The Hustler can be seen this Sunday. Museum of the Moving Image The Gordon Willis tribute concludes with […]
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