Sunday, May 5, 2019

Dialogic Cinephilia - May 5, 2019

Ahmed, Nafees. "First Reformed (2018): Spiritual Collapse Under Crisis of Faith." High on Films (August 14, 2018)

Archibald, Sasha. "The Exception: Restoring Lois Weber." The Point #18 (Winter 2019)

Barrouquere, Brett. "Two Members of Rise Above Movement Plead Guilty in Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' Rioting Case." Hatewatch (May 3, 2019)

Dutta, Debopriyaa. "The Viewer in Kubrickland: Solving Stanley Kubrick's Hermeneutic Labyrinth." High on Films (June 22, 2017)

Full Metal Jacket (UK/USA: Stanley Kubrick, 1987) Dialogic Cinephilia (Ongoing Archive)

Haankes, Keegan, Rachel Janik and Michael Edison Hayden. "Shooting at Poway Synagogue Underscores Link Between Internet Radicalization and Violence." Hatewatch (April 28, 2019)

Haverty-Stacke, Donna. "Mayday, May Day." On the Media (April 26, 2019) ["International Workers' Day is celebrated with rallies and protests all over the world on May 1st, but it's not a big deal in the United States. Last May, Brooke spoke with Donna Haverty-Stacke of Hunter College, CUNY about the American origin of May Day — and about how it has come to be forgotten. The first national turnout for worker's rights in the U.S. was on May 1, 1886; contrary to what you may have heard elsewhere, it wasn't the same thing as the Haymarket Affair. Haverty-Stacke is also author of America’s Forgotten Holiday: May Day and Nationalism, 1867–1960, and she explains that the fight over May 1st, or May Day, is also about the fight for American identity and what it means to be radical and patriotic at the same time."]

Hayden, Michael Edison. "Prolific Alt-Right Propagandist's Identity Confirmed." Hatewatch (May 1, 2019)

Jones, Kent. "Intolerance: On Westerns in general, John Ford’s in particular, and why Quentin Tarantino shouldn’t teach film history." Film Comment (May/June 2013)

Stangler, Cole. "Yellow Vests and the 'Grand Debate' in France." Democracy Works (February 25, 2019) ["The yellow vest movement, named for the safety vests that all drivers are required to carry in their cars, began in late 2018 over rising gas prices. The movement succeeded in having the gas tax repealed, but the protestors still took to the streets around the country every weekend. Why? Like a lot of social movements, it’s complicated. Cole has been on the ground covering the movement and joins to discuss its origins, the reaction from President Emmanuel Macron, and where things might go from here."]

White, Courtney. "Conservation's Radical Center." The Point #18 (Winter 2019)

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