Solidarity Forever Note: Robin Moore is a screenwriter who specializes in the man's man type, having written the screenplays for "The Green Berets," and "Inchon." He recently completed a script on the life of Jimmy Hoffa . . .
* Trust Note: Filmmaker Costa-Gavras' genre is the thriller and his mise en scene is contemporary political history from a left-wing perspective. "Z" was set in Greece at the time of the junta, "Missing" took place in Chile at the time of the overthrow of Allende's government. For his next project, the expatriate Greek is in the Middle East making a film about an Israeli woman having an affair with a Palestinian man. The woman is Jill Clayburgh . . .
* They Don't Make'em Like That Anymore Note: Sight & Sound is the official magazine of the British Film Institute, and every 10 years since 1952 it has compiled a list of the all-time greatest movies by polling an international group of critics. This year's winner is the same as 1972 and 1962: Orson Welles' masterpiece, "Citizen Kane." Second in the balloting was Jean Renoir's "Rules of the Game." Welles was the only director represented by two films in the top 10. "The Magnificent Ambersons" placed eighth in the poll . . . The other films were: Akira Kurosawa's "Seven Samurai," Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly's "Singin' in the Rain," Federico Fellini's "8 1/2," Sergei Eisenstein's "Battleship Potemkin," Michelangelo Antonioni's "L'Avventura," Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo," Buster Keaton's "The General" and John Ford's "The Searchers," the last two tying for last place. . .
* Final Note: Colonel Pickering passed away last week. Or more correctly, Robert Coote died. He had played the role in the original "My Fair Lady," and in the major revivals of the musical, which have cropped up all over the world since it opened more than 25 years ago. He was 73 . . .