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THE LEGACY OF RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH:
A Tribute by Jarrod Emerson
Just over two years ago, on August 24, 2014, Sir Richard Attenborough passed away. A few days shy of his 91st birthday, he left behind an incredible cinematic legacy. I first became aware of Attenborough at the age of six watching him in Jurassic Park.… read more.
Jarrod Emerson’s tribute to Richard Attenborough:
PART 1: BRIGHTON ROCK (1947)
What do you get when the crime classic, Brighton Rock, (by acclaimed novelist Graham Greene) falls into the hands of pioneering British filmmaker John Boulting? Only an incredible film noir of British cinema, whose influence I can now see in many modern British gangster flicks (The Long Good Friday and Sexy Beast come to mind).… read more.