Click Here to Read: Review: Top 3 Woody Allen films explore psychoanalysis, metaphysical philosophy and NYC By Raina Wellman on the Santa Fe New Mexican website on July 24, 2015.
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What Happened, Miss Simone?: The life of African-American singer, pianist and civil rights activist Nina SimoneWednesday, July 22nd, 2015
Click Here to Read: What Happened, Miss Simone?: The life of African-American singer, pianist and civil rights activist Nina Simone By Helen Haye on the World Socialist Web Site on July 22, 2015.
Click Here to Read: The Face of an Angel and Danny Collins: A notorious murder trial and an aging musician
By Joanne Laurier on the World Socialist Web Site on July 10, 2015.
The Face of an Angel
Click Here to Read: The Wolfpack, Dope: American experiences, oddities By Joanne Laurier on the World Socialist Web Site on July 3, 2015.
Click Here to Read: The Boys in the Cage by J. Hoberman in the New York Review of Books on June 30, 2015.
One of the Angulo brothers in a home-made Batman costume, in Crystal Moselle’s The Wolfpack, 2015
Dreaming of Repairing History: Psychoanalysis, Cinema, Politics with Jean-Jacques Moscovitz at Après-CoupFriday, June 26th, 2015
Après-Coup Psychoanalytic Association presents
BOOK PRESENTATION WITH SCREENING
Dreaming of Repairing History: Psychoanalysis, Cinema, Politics
Saturday, July 11, 2015
10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The School of Visual Arts
136 West 21st Street, New York, NY
Cinema and psychoanalysis, both born in the late 19th century, have always linked the (more…)
Click Here to Read: Jurassic World, summer blockbuster By Christine Schofelt on the World Socialist Web Site on June 23, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Film Review: Hannah Arendt and the “Banality of Evil” by Raymond Barglow on the Tikkun website on June 10, 2013.
Click Here to Read: Review of Ex Machina , a Film bu Alex Garland, Reviewed by Bennett Roth.
Click Here to Read: Review: ‘Infinitely Polar Bear’ Traces a Dad’s Ups and Downs Infinitely Polar Bear By Mahola Dargis in The New York Times on June 18, 2015.
From left, Imogene Wolodarsky, Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana (at rear) and Ashley Aufderheide in “Infinitely Polar Bear,” a film from the first-time feature director Maya Forbes.
CreditClaire Folger/Sony Pictures Classics
Click Here to Read: Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ Takes a Journey to the Center of the Mind By Mekado Murphy in The New York Times on June 17, 2015.
Click Here To Read: Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young: No need to fight By Christine Schofelt on the World Socilist Web Site on June 17, 2015.
While We’re Young
Click Here to Read: A new film version of Far from the Madding Crowd; Brian Wilson’s story in Love & Mercy By Joanne Laurier on the World Socialist Web Site on June 12, 2015.
Far from the Madding Crowd
Click Here to Read: Yiddish Still Alive In Cinema: Rich film offerings at Kulturfest by George Robinson in The Jewish Week on June 10, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Woman in Gold and an Old Toyota: Remembering Maria Altmann, the uncompromising Klimt owner behind Helen Mirren’s portrayal in ‘Woman in Gold’ By Frances Brent on The Tablet Website on May 18, 2015.
Detail of ‘Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I,’ 1907, by Gustav Klimt. (© 2015 Neue Galerie New York Photograph by Hulya Kolabas for Neue Galerie New York)
Click Here to Read: Alex Garland’s Ex Machina: Will artificial intelligence replace human efforts? By Dorota Niemitz on the World Socialist Web Site on May 29, 2015.
Click Here to Read: ANNOUNCEMENTS [ANNONCES] a Movie by Urith Aviv on the Couch and Screen.org website.
Click Here to Read: Kubrick’s Lost Holocaust Film: America’s greatest Jewish director was haunted by the Nazi horror—too much to address it directly in film By Abby Margulies on The Tablet website on March 28, 2013.
Stanley Kubrick on set during the filming of 2001: A Space Odyssey. (Warner Bros. Entertainment, courtesy LACMA)
Click Here to Read: The Forbidden Films of the Third Reich: Nazi propaganda: show it, or bury it? A new documentary takes on the question. By Thomas Doherty on the Tablet Website on May 12, 2015.
A scene from the 1941 Nazi propaganda film “Homecoming,” by Gustav Ucicky, as seen in “Forbidden Films,” a documentary by Felix Moeller. (Courtesy of Zeitgeist Films)