As the holiday season begins to wind down, we’re proud to close out another year in our online magazine by looking back at a few of our favorite essays and interviews. We hope that the work we’ve shared with you—from tributes to cinematic trailblazers and illuminating conversations with contemporary filmmakers to first-person meditations on the pleasures of moviegoing—has helped sustain your love of film history and culture during this difficult year. Enjoy this selection of writing by some of the most brilliant minds around, and look out for our return in January!
The Rule-Breaking Maestro Behind Noir’s Trademark Sound
With his love of dissonance and bold use of dramatic motifs, the Hungarian-born composer Miklós Rózsa popularized a whole new style of film music.
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