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CITIZEN TRUMP? “Wellesnet,” the online Orson Welles news and fan site has noted that Donald Trump’s…

CITIZEN TRUMP? “Wellesnet,” the online Orson Welles news and fan site has noted that Donald Trump’s campaign is coming, more and more, to resemble the doomed election bid of Charles Foster Kane in the 1941 film. One will remember that things for Citizen Kane started to come unraveled when he threatened, at a big rally, […]
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Orson Welles tearing off his Citizen Kane face, 1941

Arts / Photography : Vintage Everyday

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Watch: Orson Welles' Original Studio Pitch Meeting for 'Citizen Kane'

Entertainment / Film : First Showing

The classic 1941 film Citizen Kane is an integral part of learning about the history of cinema and filmmaking for good reason. Orson Welles was an innovator in storytelling, cinematography and generally every arena of crafting a mot...

A Supercut of Every Time the Name ‘Kane’ is Mentioned in the 1941 Orson Welles Masterpiece ‘Citizen Kane’

Humor : Laughing Squid

San Francisco animator Duncan Robson (previously) edited a one minute long supercut of every mention of the name “Kane” in the 1941 Orson Welles cinematic masterpiece, Citizen Kane, for what he calls “the every Kane in Citizen Kane ...

Vertigo Topples Citizen Kane

US Politics / Conservative : NRO: The Corner

Every ten years, the British Film Institute’s magazine Sight & Sound releases its critics’ poll on the best films of all time. For five uninterrupted decades, Citizen Kane (1941), Orson Welles’s controversial portrait of a media tyc...

re: Vertigo Topples Citizen Kane

US Politics / Conservative : NRO: The Corner

Red Dawn is way better than both of those movies combined. Citizen Kane does have one of my favorite film lines, probably because I’m in journalism. It’s spoken by Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles): “I don’t know how to run a newsp...

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