Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Dune (Part 1 - USA/Canada: Denis Villeneuve, 2021)

 Dune (Part 1 - USA/Canada: Denis Villeneuve, 2021: 155 mins)

Ahuja, Nitin K. "Medicine." Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

Armstrong, Vanessa. "For Dune, Composer Hans Zimmer Created Beats That Were 'Humanly Impossible to Play.'" Tor (March 2, 2022)

Baheyeldin, Khalid, et al. "The Book of Dune." Imaginary Worlds (July 12, 2017) ["Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune and its sequels tackled a lot of big themes. The books are about ecology. They’re about journeys of self-realization through mind-altering substances. But religion is at the core of the series, since the main character Paul Atreides transforms from a teenage aristocrat into a messianic revolutionary leader of a nomadic desert tribe. And the real world religion that Frank Herbert borrows from the most is Islam. Khalid Baheyeldin, Salman Sayyid, and Sami Shah discuss why the book resonated deeply with them, despite the fact that Frank Herbert wasn’t Muslim. And Liel Liebowitz explains why the novel even spoke to him as an Israeli."]

Breen, Benjamin. "Pharmacology." The Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

Dick, Stephanie. "Computers." The Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

Dietrich, Christopher. "Harvesting." The Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

Dolan, Thomas Simsarian. "Decolonizing Dune: Reimagining MENA and the Muslim World." Tropics of Meta (December 21, 2021)

Durrani, Haris A. "Sietchposting: A Short Guide to Recent Work on Dune." Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

Hadadi, Roxana. "Dune Has a Desert Problem." Vulture (October 29, 2021)

Hudson, David. "Denis Villeneuve's Dune." The Daily (September 16, 2021)

---. "Dune: Beware of Heroes." The Daily (November 2, 2021)

Like Stories of Old. "Into the Dark Depths of Humanity – Understanding Denis Villeneuve." (Posted on Youtube: October 31, 2021) ["A deep dive analysis of the filmmaking philosophy of Denis Villeneuve, and of the themes and meanings found in his work."]

Moore, Taylor M. "Ethnography." Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

Nuriddin, Ayah. "Eugenics." Los Angeles Review of Books (Marhc 27, 2022)

Shakry, Omnia El. "Language." Los Angeles Review of Books (March 27, 2022)

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