Photo/Video: ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood’ and ‘Cinema Paradiso’/Hollywood Insider YouTube Channel

From the inception of motion pictures in 1898, an inherent fascination has existed not just in the images flashing on screen, but also how they were captured. This interest is not solely confined to the moviegoing masses or by the alluring glitz and glamour of movie stardom, but also personified by the creators and auteurs that compose the industry itself. An expansive cinematic sub-genre has long persisted across all languages and international boundaries, that of film on film.

Films that fall under this banner are not necessarily confined to stories about or around the production of movies, they simply must serve to either interpret or reflect upon the nature of filmmaking or the culture of the medium as a…



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