Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Dialogic Cinephilia - February 4, 2020

Bardenwerper, Will, Stan Brewer and Tucker Malarkey. "Wild Ecologies: So Go the Salmon, So Go the World." Fiction/Non/Fiction (November 19, 2019) ["In this episode, writers Tucker Malarkey and Will Bardenwerper, as well as rancher, rider, and member of the Oglala Sioux tribe Stan Brewer talk about their connections to the natural world. Malarkey talks about efforts to save wild salmon, their vital role in the ecosystem of the Pacific Northwest, and how relations between the US and Russia on this issue might provide insight on global climate change cooperation. Bardenwerper and Brewer, the first writer-source duo to appear on the show together, discuss Indian relay horse racing, and horses’ importance to the Lakota community."]

Benton, Michael. "Around the World in 15 Films (2)." Letterboxd (Future Film Course)

Blotnick, Robin and Rachel Lears. "Knock Down the House." Film at Lincoln Center Podcast (May 8, 2019) ["Knock Down the House, Rachel Lears’s remarkable documentary following four female politicians as they challenged local Democratic incumbents in the 2018 midterm elections. Featuring Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cori Bush, Paula Jean Swearengin and Amy Vilela, Knock Down the House is an emotional portrait of the changing profile of America’s political hopefuls."]

Buchheit, Paul. "Yes, Half of Americans Are In or Near Poverty: Here's More Evidence." Common Dream (October 16, 2017)

Hudson, David. "Eliza Hittman’s Never Rarely Sometimes Always." The Current (Jan 31, 2020)

LaValle, Victor and Benjamin Percy. "Creepy Stories (and More)." LitHub (October 31, 2019) ["How writing about politics relates to horror. LaValle explains how devices like monsters make it possible to write about how something feels, rather than merely what happened; Percy discusses doppelgängers, and asks whether politically, the call is coming from inside the house."]

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