Montgomery Clift created a remarkable output of film performances, blending Method Acting with an uncommon subtlety that has never been duplicated. Actor/writer Kevin Dolan is our guest on this episodes, which considers the on-screen triumphs and personal tragedies of this extraordinary actor.
In this episode of “The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall,” historian Dan Callahan returns to discuss his book “The Art of American Screen Acting, 1912-1960.” Get ready for a fun and insightful discussion on how cinema acting has evolved from the silent era through Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Barbara Stanwyck was one of the most versatile stars of Hollywood’s Golden Era, adept at playing a villain or a heroine or a victim. On this episode of “The Online Film Show,” historian Dan Callahan joins in the celebration of the glory of Barbara Stanwyck.
Noël Ramos is one of the most versatile creative talents in today’s indie film world, with impressive achievements on both sides of the camera. He’s our pick for the next major force to arise from the indie scene, and on this episode Phil Hall discusses Ramos’ career and goals.