indieWire is proud to welcome to its newest film blogger: legendary director Peter Bogdanovich. Bogdanovich's new column -- the appropriately titled "Blogdanovich" -- will profile classic films from Hollywood's Golden Age of cinema. On his first day, the director has already shone a spotlight on 'Ball of Fire,' 'Meet Me In St. Louis,' 'Love Affair' and John Cassavettes' legendary 'A Women Under the Influence.'

Bogdanovich broke out with 1971's 'The Last Picture Show.' After winning two Academy Awards -- and garnering six other nominations -- the film was preserved in the National Film Registry, in 1998. Since then, his filmography has included such popular works as 'What's Up, Doc?,' 'Paper Moon' and 'Mask.'
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