Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Resources for November 16, 2016

Cassidy, Brendan, J.D Duran and Vince Leo.  "The Handmaiden, Hacksaw Ridge." InSession Film (November 12, 2016)

Davis, Mike. "Not a Revolution - Yet." Verso (November 15, 2016)

Feig, Paul. "Ghostbusters." The Treatment (July 27, 2016) ["Behind such works as Bridesmaids and Freaks and Geeks, director Paul Feig fittingly states "funny is funny." Influenced by slapstick greats like The Three Stooges and Charlie Chaplin, Feig stayed the comedy course in his Ghostbusters reboot -- maintaining the reverence of the 1984 scare-comedy classic but crafting a new experience in the Ghostbusters universe, this time with a female cast. After growing tired of women’s movies demoralizing women, Paul Feig was committed to properly representing women in media through dynamic roles. Today he joins Elvis Mitchell to share his shock over the misogynistic and racist responses the film has received as well as why his characters are often rooted as much in the past as they are in the present."]

Forencich, Frank. "A New Warrior Activist." The Exuberant Animal (November 14, 2016)

Gasteier, Matt, Mark Hurne and Aaron West. "In a Lonely Place (1950) and Humphrey Bogart Films." Criterion Close-Up (July 24, 2016)

Jones, Sharon and Barbara Kopple. "Talk Miss Sharon Jones." The Close-Up (July 28, 2016)

Koski, Genevieve and Tasha Robinson. "Elections, Entertainment and Empathy." The Next Picture Show (November 15, 2015)

Leuven, Jop. "Frances Ha and the Framing of Friendship." Framed (November 9, 2016)

Shockley, Jenn. "15 Famous Movies Filmed in Kentucky." Kentucky for Kentucky (November 15, 2016)

"Telling a Life." To the Best of Our Knowledge (October 23, 2016)  ["How do you tell the story of your life? Do you focus on meaning, accomplishment and hope - or on failure and loss? Psychologists say telling a good life story can make you happier. But do we also create an inauthentic version of ourselves if we turn everything into a narrative? We explore the idea of life stories, and hear why poet and singer Patti Smith chose to "write about nothing" when writing about her own life."]

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