I’ve been fumbling to deliver this story since I first encountered it some six years ago. Here’s the rub: as the story indicates, there’s an effective way to learn to tell a story and a not so effective way. The
Fantastic thought-provoking films, as a rule (lately at least) don’t routinely show up for prime time – but today’s headlines pulled a uey. Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Shoplifters (万引き家族 Manbiki Kazoku, literally Shoplifting Family) just won the Palme d’Or at Cannes.
We’re working on a series of New Translations of The Classics, starting with Marlowe’s Faustus, but really (apparently) Machiavelli’s Prince. What has one to do with the other, you may ask. Indeed, that’s what we’re starting to wonder. Here are
While the maladaptive misrepresentation of women and racial minorities in Big Media is a topic that continues to merit scrutiny, it nevertheless behooves us to also ask, what about all those the supposed “beneficiaries”? Where are they getting THEIR Identity