From the Editor - Apr 13
Even though most of 1950s Vegas is long gone, there are still many ways to relive the haunts of Ol’ Blue Eyes and the Rat Pack
Introducing the Smithsonian.com video contest
How does following the adventures of Spider-Man and Batman inspire us to cope with adversity?
Christian Marclay’s The Clock, now on view at MoMA, puts YouTube mashup artists to shame
Giant snakes, lost footage, secret histories and more in this wrapup of our most watched videos of the year
The Oscar nominee for Best Director transformed filmmaking as he assembled a new myth out of Hurricane Katrina
Steven Spielberg, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Tony Kushner talk about what it takes to wrestle an epic presidency into a feature film
What is it about New York that compels us to see it obliterated in fiction over and over again?
A guide to the movies being preserved now that will be available in future months
How the drive-in theater became an American icon
Pros and cons of "perforated plastic with photographic emulsion"
The demolition of buildings in West Hollywood and New York City leads us to ask: "What parts of our film heritage are we going to keep?"
The wildly popular novels and movies depict werewolves as members of the Quileute Indians of Washington State – a new exhibit tells their real story
An obsessed film buff (and Italian-American) reflects on the impact of Francis Ford Coppola’s blockbuster trilogy
It’s difficult to hear the phrase “TOPGUN” and not immediately have F-14 Tomcats zooming around in your brain against a rocking Kenny Loggins soundtrack
The space agency lists their favorite flicks
Buffs gather from around the world to watch newly uncovered films by the likes of Orson Welles, Henri Cartier-Bresson and others
As Michael Parfit bids goodbye to the Cannes Film Festival, there is good news for Luna from the Canary Islands
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