The Smallest Show on Earth is a quaint, quirky comedy, but maybe it’s also a call to save classic movies… Please read on!
Read all about the surprise I got at the library just a few days ago.
I hope you’ll watch a movie today that in some way celebrates this wonderful holiday. Here are a few moments from movies you might consider:
Wow. Kirk Douglas turns 100 today… I wonder if we really can grasp just how spectacular this birthday is. He made his first screen appearance in 1946 with The Strange Love of Martha Ivers next to the great Barbara Stanwyck 70 years ago and he’s still with us.
We had a spectacular year at the Severna Park Library in 2016 with our series The Great Movies, which kicked off in January. My co-worker Julia and I believed this would be an enjoyable monthly event for our patrons, showing an important movie each month, and discussing it afterward. It certainly succeeded beyond our wildest dreams.
I am so honored to be a contributor to ScreenPrism, a great website and discussion platform for those of us who love movies, can’t get enough of them, and often have questions about them.
If you’re not familiar with the site, please read their About Us page, which will tell you everything you need to know. You may even want to submit a question.
The question I recently answered for ScreenPrism: