Friday, November 20, 2015

Resources for November 23, 2015

Greenwald, Glenn. "NYT Editorial Slams “Disgraceful” CIA Exploitation of Paris Attacks, But Submissive Media Role is Key." The Intercept (November 18, 2015)

Greenwald, Glenn. "CNN Punished Its Own Journalist for Fulfilling a Core Duty of Journalism." The Intercept (November 20, 2015)

Whitehouse, David. "The Origins of the Police." We are Many (June 28, 2012)

The Unloved - John Carter from Scout Tafoya on Vimeo.

Mudede, Charles. "The Devils and Angels of African Cinema." Keyframe (November 5, 2015)

Appen, Joe Von and Erik McClanahan. "A Thematic Pairing Of Inescapable Dread." Adjust Your Tracking #116 (September 23, 2015) ["... reviews of two dread-soaked, arthouse genre films opening slowly in theaters across the country. First is Austrian horror Goodnight Mommy then onto drug war thriller Sicario, each tension-filled and terrifying in their own way."]

López, Cristina Álvarez and Adrian Martin.  "Paratheatre: Plays Without Stages" Notebook (August 7, 2014)

Bochenek, Annette. "The Criterion Blogathon: The Freshman (1925)." Hometowns to Hollywood (November 16, 2015)

Appen, Joe von and Erik McClanahan. "Immersive Immersion." Adjust Your Tracking #117 (November 10, 2015)

Appen, Joe von and Erik McClanahan. "Over the Borderline." Adjust Your Tracking #118 (November 13, 2015) [" Joe and Erik talk about James White, the latest indie feature from the borderline films collective. We’ve championed this group in the past, responsible for previous AYT favorites Martha Marcy May MarleneSimon Killer and Southcliffe. It’s another small film that deserves a larger audience than the one it will get. Look out for it. Lastly, a chat about Joe’s latest pick for our favorite segment, HOLD UP: Pump Up the Volume."]

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