Patricia Neal – American Film Institute
The Day the Earth Stood Still Film Still

THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (1951) – AFI Movie Club

A cautionary tale about man’s inhumanity and hubris – as relevant today as when it was released nearly three-quarters of a century ago – THE DEAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (1951) earned recognition on two of the American Film Institute’s lists of the greatest films of all time, including among cinema’s greatest cheers and thrills....

AFI Movie Club Artist Spotlight: HUD Cinematographer James Wong Howe

Acclaimed Chinese-American cinematographer James Wong Howe earned an Academy Award® – his second, and his eighth of 10 nominations – for his striking black-and-white work on HUD. An artist and an innovator with iconic work dating from the silent era of cinema into the 1970s, he was named among the top 10 most influential cinematographers in the history of the art form by the International Cinematographers Guild in 2003. Celebrated and sought after...
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