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Citizen Kane 70th Anniversary

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To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of “Citizen Kane,” Movie Addict Headquarters revisits a revealing interview with filmmaker David Worth, author of “The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography: A Wildly Fictional Account of How Orson Welles Learned Everything About the Art of Cinematography in Half an Hour or Was It a Weekend?”


Considered by many critics to be the greatest film ever made, “Citizen Kane” was released in 1941. Orson Welles directed, co-wrote and starred in this classic movie that received nine Academy Award nominations and took home the Best Original Screenplay Oscar. A 70th Anniversary “Citizen Kane” DVD became available on September 13th of this year.