Thursday, October 28, 2021

Archetypes: Family

Aster, Ari. "Hereditary." Film Comment Podcast (June 14, 2018) ["For the release of horror sensation Hereditary, we invited the film’s director, Ari Aster, to come for a wide-ranging chat. The talk was moderated by FSLC Editorial Director Michael Koresky, who wrote of Hereditary in our May/June issue: “We are compelled by our family stories, but they are often constructed narratives, given to biases, subjectivities, fictions. If at times Hereditary feels more like an askew domestic melodrama than a horror movie, that’s not accidental.” Aster talks about his love of Ingmar Bergman, his fear of The Wiz, his next project, and the arduous road to staging a scene just so.

Colins, K. Austin, et al. "Families on Film." The Film Comment Podcast (November 21, 2018) ["In marketing parlance, a “family film” has tended to mean an anodyne product, something that all could enjoy and that couldn’t possibly offend anyone. For our latest Film Comment Podcast, we’re taking our cue instead from movies actually about families, with all of the love, mundanity, and cringing horror left intact. That includes not only Shoplifters—a new release from that auteur of the comforts and complications of home, Hirokazu Kore-eda—but also the likes of Jodie Foster’s Home for the Holidays, Orson Welles’s The Magnificent Ambersons, Yasujiro Ozu’s Equinox Flower, and a couple more that may surprise you. Film Comment’s Michael Koresky was joined for this discussion by K. Austin Collins of Vanity Fair; Aliza Ma, head programmer of Metrograph; and Farihah Zaman, filmmaker and FC contributor."]

Digging Deeper. "A Separation: A Man-Made Divide." (Posted on Youtube: May 5, 2016)

Dogtooth (Greece: Giorgos Lanthimos, 2009) Dialogic Cinephilia (Ongoing Online Archive)

Feliciano, Moisés. "Yorgos Lanthimos and Realism." (Posted on Youtube: June 17, 2019)

Frames of Empathy. "Midsommar: Finding Your Family." (Posted on Youtube: November 27, 2019)

Harrison, Sheri-Marie. "Us and Them." Commune (June 6, 2019) [On Jordan Peele's 2019 horror film Us.]

Heller-Nicholas, Alexandra. Silence and Fury: Rape and The Virgin Spring." Screening the Past (September 1, 2010)

Johnson, Jenna. "Dogtooth: A Lacanian Analysis." (Posted on Youtube: December 20, 2019)

Kogonada. "Nothing at Stake: Roma." (Posted on Vimeo: 2020)

Lee, Kevin B. "Kevin B. Lee’s New Video Essay Explores Mourning with Minari." Hyperallergic (April 14, 2021) ["In a Hyperallergic exclusive, Lee muses on the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings and how the media imagines Asian Americans."]

Lessons From the Screenplay. "Get Out - A New Perspective in Horror." (Posted on Youtube: February 27, 2018) ["Get Out takes a situation that is universally relatable and adds a specific and unfamiliar protagonist. In doing so, the film unlocks new ways of creating tension and establishing trust."]

The Shining (USA/UK: Stanley Kubrick, 1980) Dialogic Cinephilia (Ongoing Online Archive)

The Take. "The Incredibles Symbolism: The Power of Family." (Posted on Youtube: December 14, 2016)

Us (USA: Jordan Peele, 2019) Dialogic Cinephilia (Ongoing Online Archive)

You Have Been Watching Films. "Dogtooth - Satire Without Spoon-Feeding." (Posted on Youtube: June 14, 2019)

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