It’s not very often that a filmmaker gets to remake his or her own movie. Directors are lucky enough to make two separate movies let only the same movie twice! There are however a few examples of a director looking back to their earlier days to revamp and redo a past project: Abel Gance with J’Accuse (1918 and 1938), Alfred Hitchcock with The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934 and 1955), and Yasujiro Ozu’s with A Story of Floating Weeds (1934) and Floating Weeds (1959) just to name a few.…Continue Reading
This post is part of the Sixth Annual Buster Keaton Blogathon hosted by Silent-ology. You can find other great blog posts from this year’s blogathon celebrating Buster Keaton’s career here.
There is a well-known story among Damfinoes that after Buster Keaton film’s debut in the Arbuckle vehicle The Butcher Boy (1917), he asked to take home a movie camera with him off the set.…Continue Reading