Cinematography is the science or art of motion-picture photography by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as film stock.

Rebecca: the Story of a Ghost

Hitchcock was one of those matchless filmmakers capable of manipulating the public. We believe what he wants us to believe and, at the key moment, he will drastically turn our beliefs and we will discover the deception. Rebecca was the director’s first film on the other side of the Atlantic, what did he really want us to believe?


Scarlett O’Hara: an Indestructible Woman

Scarlett O’Hara is one of those characters in the history of cinema that have been engraved on our retina. Despite the passage of time, the character can not be more current. In this article, we approach some of the most interesting aspects of the eternal protagonist of Gone with the Wind.

Stanley Kubrick: Biography of a Genius

Stanley Kubrick is one of the filmmakers who has given more than talk and not only for his great talent, but for the mythical image you have of him. What’s true and what’s false? What are the keys to his immortality?

Hachiko, Always at Your Side

The movie Always by your side, starring actor Richard Gere, shows us the great love of a dog towards its owner. It is based on a true story about Hachiko, a Japanese dog of the Akita race who, after the death of his master, was waiting for him for 9 years at the station where his owner used to take the train daily to work.

The Apartment (1960)

C. Buxter (Jack Lemmon) is an office worker in an insurance company whose only ambition is to get a better position in the oligarchy of the firm.

The Kinsey Bomb, the Revolutionary Report on Sexuality

Have you seen the movie “Kinsey” starring Liam Neeson? Well, it’s about the university professor expert in cinipids, a type of wasps; As original as his specialty was the appearance of this teacher, something outdated for the time, dressed in suits and bow ties out of step at that time; But what really interests us here is why he rose to fame.