There are so many different genres of film, to the extent that new filmmakers often have difficulty choosing the kind they want to make. There are genres such as comedy, drama, horror, drama and the rest, but many genres that were popular in the past seem to have been forgotten by the general population.
But film buffs recall the classics with a fondness and a reverence, for they are not only windows into a bygone era, but beautifully crafted, suspenseful, emotive and exciting films in their own right, peopled by the famous faces of yesteryear. Contact our experts on Classic Films and Movie Stars for further information.
Here at the Classic Films and Movie Stars website we are steadfast in our belief that they simply don’t “make them like they used to.” During the classic era of filmmaking, film noir was always in black and white, even after coloured cinematography was. Eventually, however, in the late 1940s, it switched to colour. This led to films such as Dial M for Murder, Vertigo and Niagara being made. Although these movies are not as visually dark as the black and white film noir, they still capture the essence of the genre. Drop us an email today with your questions regarding Classic Films and Movie Stars.