Saturday, November 23, 2013

JFK (USA/France: Oliver Stone, 1991)

JFK (USA/France: Oliver Stone, 1991: 189 mins)

Dallek, Robert. "Three Last Questions About JFK." Radio Open Source (November 13, 2013)

Douglas, James. "JFK and the Unspeakable, Pt. 1" and "JFK and the Unspeakable, Pt. 2" Radio Open Source (October 2 and 5, 2013)

Fishko, Sara. "Covering the JFK Assassination." On the Media (October 27, 2017)  ["The day that President John F. Kennedy died, TV was still relatively young. Live, on-site reporting was extremely cumbersome, costly and rare. But that day, the medium, and America’s relationship to it, changed forever. In this piece, originally aired in 2001, WNYC’s Sara Fishko, host of the Fishko Files, spoke with the TV anchors who covered the assassination, the president’s funeral and the attack on Lee Harvey Oswald in real time."]

Kiang, Jessica. "50th Anniversary: 8 JFK Assassination Films That Revisit History." The Playlist (November 20, 2013)

Lee, Kevin B. and Matt Zoller Steitz. "Unreliable Narratives: JFK and the Power of Counter-Myth. [Oliver Stone, Part 2]." Moving Image Source (October 15, 2008)

Morris, Errol and Josiah Thompson. "Errol Morris’ take on the JFK Assassination, “Umbrella Man” is A Cautionary Tale of Non-Conspiracy." The New York Times (November 22, 2011)

---. "November 22, 1963." The New York Times (Hosted on Vimeo: November 22, 2013)

Rosenbaum, Ron. "What the JFK Conspiracy Theories Say About Us." On the Media (October 27, 2017) ["Thousands of previously classified documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy were released this week, while President Trump ordered a review of a few hundred files that were withheld for national security concerns. The document release has been anticipated by conspiracy theorists who still question whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in November 1963, and why. Brooke speaks with journalist Ron Rosenbaum about his long-time interest in the case and how 50 years of searching for answers has changed the "landscape of the American mind.""]

Sampson, Benjamin. "Essay Meets Plot: JFK and the Boundaries of Narrative." [in]Transition (December 12, 2014)

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