Monday, April 23, 2018

Dialogic Cinephilia - April 24, 2018

"Desert Island Economics." Existential Comics #234 (April 2018)

ENG 281/282: 1980s Dialogic Cinephilia (Ongoing Archive)

"Fact v Fiction: What Phantom Thread gets right and wrong." BBC (March 6, 2018)

Greene, Wes. "The House of Tomorrow." Slant (April 23, 2018)

Hincks, Joseph. "I'm Still Full of Stories: Werner Herzog Reflects on 50 years of Filmmaking." Time (April 4, 2018)

Hutton, Belle. "A Closer Look at the Meticulous Sets of Wes Anderson’s New Film." AnOther (March 26, 2018)

"Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny." Film Comment Podcast (October 26, 2016) ["Kristen Stewart took a quick breather from promoting her triptych of new films at NYFF to reflect on collaborating with Olivier Assayas and Kelly Reichardt. She also shares her excitement about stepping behind the camera for the first time. And speaking of directorial debuts, Chloë Sevigny discusses making her first short film, Kitty, on the heels of its North American premiere at NYFF, as well as the pursuit of a unique, substantive acting career in a white male-centric independent film landscape."]

Nasser, Latif, et al. "Nukes." Radiolab (April 7, 2017) ["President Richard Nixon once boasted that at any moment he could pick up a telephone and - in 20 minutes - kill 60 million people. Such is the power of the US President over the nation’s nuclear arsenal. But what if you were the military officer on the receiving end of that phone call? Could you refuse the order? This episode, we profile one Air Force Major who asked that question back in the 1970s and learn how the very act of asking it was so dangerous it derailed his career. We also pick up the question ourselves and pose it to veterans both high and low on the nuclear chain of command. Their responses reveal once and for all whether there are any legal checks and balances between us and a phone call for Armageddon."]

"Watch the Trailer for a Stunning New 70-Millimeter Print of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Released by Christopher Nolan on the Film’s 50th Anniversary." Open Culture (April 23, 2018)

"Whose Heritage? Public Symbols of the Confederacy." Southern Poverty Law Center (April 21, 2016)

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