Emily Kubincanek

Emily Kubincanek is a Senior Contributor for Film School Rejects and resident classic Hollywood fan. When she's not writing about old films, she works as a librarian and film archivist. You can find her tweeting about Cary Grant and hockey here: @emilykub_
Gracie Films

Movies to Watch With The New Season of ‘You Must Remember This’

By Emily Kubincanek 

Polly Platt is the subject of the newest season of Karina Longworth’s podcast. If you don’t know her films yet, we’ve got you covered.

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The Real LGBT Stars of Old Hollywood

By Emily Kubincanek 

Read about the LGBT members of Hollywood that shaped the industry, even if their personal lives weren’t always out in the open.


Watch Netflix’s ‘Hollywood,’ Then Watch These Classic Movies

By Emily Kubincanek 

We recommend 12 movies to watch after you see Ryan Murphy’s Old Hollywood fantasy.

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Behind the Best Part of Netflix’s ‘Hollywood’

By Emily Kubincanek 

Sarah Evelyn and Lou Eyrich talk about how they made the 1940s come alive through costume design.

The Healing Power of Gene Kelly

By Emily Kubincanek 

Gene Kelly will be there for you when you need him the most. Just hit play on one of his musicals.

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Why ‘Run’ Has the Perfect Pilot Episode

By Emily Kubincanek 

There are mechanics that keep the train running and the story moving forward in Vicky Jones and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s new series.

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How ‘Lost Girls’ Creates Hope in an Unsolved Case

By Emily Kubincanek 

Lost Girls¬†creates hope through passionate performances and characters who are determined to preserve the memory of girls the world didn’t want to matter.¬†

Remakes History

Retracing Hollywood’s Fascination with the Remake

By Emily Kubincanek 

Just like the stories they rehash, remakes can be traced to the beginning of Hollywood itself.

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The Effect of the Voyeur Camerawork in ‘The Invisible Man’

By Emily Kubincanek 

Focusing on empty spaces and positioning frames from outside a scene amplifies this terrifying tale of being watched.