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Mank, David Fincher’s Netflix biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter, to release on 4 December
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Mank, David Fincher’s Netflix biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter, to release on 4 December

Mank will follow Henry Mankiewicz and his battles with Citizen Kane director and its star Orson Welles over screenplay credit for the 1941 cinematic masterpiece.

First look images of David Fincher’s Netflix biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter released
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First look images of David Fincher’s Netflix biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter released

Mank will follow Herman Mankiewicz as he finishes the script of Citizen Kane for director Orson Welles.

The King movie review: Timothée Chalamet is remarkable in a well-meaning but insipid adaptation of Shakespeare tale
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The King movie review: Timothée Chalamet is remarkable in a well-meaning but insipid adaptation of Shakespeare tale

The writers of The King manage to achieve a humanism that many medieval storylines tend to lack in an attempt to show the macho bravado of the times.

Amanda Seyfriend, Lily Collins join David Fincher's biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz
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Amanda Seyfriend, Lily Collins join David Fincher's biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz

The film is based on the script by David Fincher's father, Jack, who had written the draft before his death in 2003.

The Other Side Of The Wind reveals Orson Welles' crumbling conviction in cinema in his twilight years
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The Other Side Of The Wind reveals Orson Welles' crumbling conviction in cinema in his twilight years

In The Other Side Of The Wind, Orson Welles uses a film-within-film approach, with parallel narratives setting apart the real and the reel.

Venice International Film Festival 2018 Day 3: A Star Is Born, The Other Side of the Wind premiere
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Venice International Film Festival 2018 Day 3: A Star Is Born, The Other Side of the Wind premiere

A Star Is Born, that premiered at the Venice International Film Festival, is the thrid remake of the original 1937 featuring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March.

Orson Welles' daughter appeals to Netflix to send late filmmaker's last film to Cannes
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Orson Welles' daughter appeals to Netflix to send late filmmaker's last film to Cannes

Orson Welles' daughter has appealed Netflix to reconsider its decision of pulling out of the Cannes as it will result in her fathers last film missing its screening at the festival

The Post, Citizen Kane, Spotlight, All the President's Men: Eight essential films for an aspiring journalist
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The Post, Citizen Kane, Spotlight, All the President's Men: Eight essential films for an aspiring journalist

As we look forward to the release of The Post on Friday, let's revisit some of the most memorable journalism films.