Articles with keyword "Film"
75 years after its premiere, Casablanca still moves us.
A history of documentary filmmaking
The Free State of Jones in Mississippi, led by a freethinking farmer, seceded from the Confederacy.
A former U.S. Senate chief of staff makes the humanities accessible.
Ken Burns talks about filmmaking, race, and the current media environment with NEH Chairman William D. Adams.
A small-town girl from Iowa became the "it" girl of the French New Wave.
Los Angeles elected its first black mayor with a multicultural coalition.