The One about Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall”

Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” would always be known as a classic romantic comedy. In fact, many would say that his 1977 film would be his shining moment within his long list of films in his oeuvre.   For Woody Allen, “Annie Hall” was a film in which the filmmaker and actor wanted delve deeper than he had done in his previous films and sure enough, it would prove to be a […]

The One about F.W. Murnau’s “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans”

In 1927, German film director F.W. Murnau (known for his role in German Expressionism) was invited by William Fox to make an Expressionist film for Hollywood and in return, Murnau created a film that would simply become a true classic and a true masterpiece with “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans”. The film is highly regarded as a masterpiece and is featured in the American Film Institute’s “100 Movies List […]