Friday, January 3, 2020

Dialogic Cinephilia - January 3, 2019

"2019 San Diego Film Critics Society’s Awards."

Allyn, Bobby. "Jailing And Fining Chelsea Manning Constitutes Torture, Top U.N. Official Says." Dialogic Cinephilia (December 31, 2019)

Benton, Michael. Around the World in 15 Film (15) Letterboxd (Future film course plan)

Blakeslee, David, et al. "Autumn 1969: Part 1." Criterion Reflections #7 (December 8, 2017) ["In this episode, David is joined by Jon Laubinger, Matt Gasteier, and William Remmers to discuss four titles from the Autumn of 1969: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Katzelmacher, Eric Rohmer’s My Night at Maud’s, Barbet Schroeder’s More and Sergei Paradjanov’s The Color of Pomegranates."]

---. "Autumn 1969: Part 3." Criterion Reflections #9 (January 25, 2018) ["In this episode, David is joined by William Remmers, Bryan Fernandez, Josh Hornbeck, and Douglas McCambridge to discuss three titles from the Autumn of 1969: Ken Loach’s Kes, Ishiro Honda’s All Monsters Attack, and Gillo Pontecorvo’s Burn."]

Blyth, Mike, et al. "Slashers, Pt. 1: An Introduction." The Evolution of Horror (September 8, 2017) ["This week Mike is joined by BFI Programmer Michael Blyth and film collective 'The Final Girls' to discuss the tropes, the peaks and the troughs of the slasher sub genre. What makes the slasher one of the most successful horror sub-genres? Why do we love watching endless Jason or Freddy sequels, when they all pretty much follow the same formula? And is there anything feminist about a sub-genre which celebrates and fetishises the dismemberment of pretty teenage girls?"]

Burleson, Jay. "The Nobodies." Film Threat (January 14, 2019)

HEALING FROM HATE: Battle for the Soul of a Nation (TRAILER) from Big Tent Productions on Vimeo.

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