Established under the name "Films In Review" in 1950, after having been originally born under another name in 1919, Films In Review is the oldest motion picture journal in the United States. Click below to read more about the history of Films In Review.

Celebrating 78 Years: 1950 -2018

March 26, 1885, The Eastman Film Co. of Rochester, N.Y., manufactured the first commercial motion picture film. George Eastman had perfected a method for bonding photographic emulsion onto thin strips of celluloid. 

March 26, 1958 - At the 30th Annual Academy Awards, hosted by Rosalind Russell, James Stewart, Bob Hope, David Niven and Jack Lemmon. THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAY, directed by David Lean and starring Alec Guiness, William Holden, Jack Hawkins and Sessue Hayakawa wins seven Oscars: Best Picture of 1957, Best Director, Best Actor for Guiness, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Score and Best Adapted Screenplay. 

Today In Movie History

ROY FRUMKES Editor-In-Chief

April 08, 2018

Review of the 1950's classic, just out on Blue Ray by Kino Lorber


April 08, 2018

Review of Call Me By Your Name

DAVID ROSLER Special Guest Contributing Editor

April 08, 2018

3D Is Here To Stay

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