There’s an Ongoing Crisis in Cinematography—Film Crit Hulk Explains | Observer
To talk about cinema, you first need to understand how shots create meaning and emphasize a feeling. Kaitlyn Flannagan for Observer Black Bars and the Big…
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15 days ago
Thread by @amahnke: Podcast advice
Thread by @amahnke: "As the year comes to a close and people start setting goals for the new year, I wanted to offer advice to anyone aiming for podcast success […]"
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17 days ago
Woody Allen's Secret Teen Lover and 'Manhattan' Muse Speaks | Hollywood Reporter
In 1976, 16-year-old model Babi Christina Engelhardt embarked on a hidden eight-year affair with the 41–year-old filmmaker that mirrors one of his most famous…
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4 weeks ago
The Ineptitude of Donald Trump’s Co-Conspirators | The New Yorker
The sentencing memos filed by prosecutors on Friday reveal a coördinated conspiracy, conducted by Michael Cohen and a number of others, who are very, very bad…
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5 weeks ago
How Facebook Punked and then Gut Punched the News Biz – Talking Points Memo
In the digital publishing world, there’s been a buzz about this article in Slate in which slate staffer Will Oremus detailed the impact on the publication of…
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5 weeks ago
Bernardo Bertolucci, Nicolas Roeg, And the Problem With Obituaries | Observer
I've been thinking a lot about the problems with Obituaries and the desperate, pressing need for context. New column! https://t.co/RLwMOxYVDh
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6 weeks ago
Christopher Wylie: 'The fashion industry was crucial to the election of Donald Trump' | Fashion | The Guardian
Christopher Wylie at The Business of Fashion conference in Oxfordshire.Photograph: Samir Hussein/Getty C hristopher Wylie, the whistleblower who exposed the…
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6 weeks ago
Missing piece of 2,200-year-old Antikythera Mechanism found? - The Archaeology News Network
A missing piece of the world’s oldest analogue computer, the Antikythera Mechanism, is believed to have been found on an Aegean seabed. Divers recover potential…
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7 weeks ago
Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis - The New York Times
Facebook has gone on the attack as one scandal after another — Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — has led to a congressional and consumer backlash.…
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8 weeks ago
The Long, Strange Trip of the Chemists Behind the Legendary LSD 'Orange Sunshine' - VICE
Everyone who has taken LSD remembers their first time. It's as pivotal as losing your virginity—the walls of the mind are broken open, Humpty Dumpty-style, and…
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9 weeks ago
Stan Lee: the Midwife of the Marvel Universe | The New Republic
“Stan Lee” was a fiction, a mask that eventually became a face. It was a pen name designed by a teenage boy, not to gain fame but to hide work thought would…
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9 weeks ago
The Accidental Perfection of the Beatles’ White Album | The New Yorker
Fifty years later, “The White Album,” the Beatles’ masterpiece, is still good, still indelible, still as clean and pure as its sleeve, requiring no explanation…
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9 weeks ago
The Coming Asperity – Anomalous Engineering – Medium
chernobyl power Pylons / @thejaymo a definition and some speculation What happens when new / bright green environmentalism isn’t enough? If things continue…
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10 weeks ago
Alfonso Cuarón Digs Deep Into His Childhood for ‘Roma’ – Variety
More than a decade ago, shortly after wrapping his 2006 dystopian drama “Children of Men,” director Alfonso Cuarón seized upon the idea of making an…
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11 weeks ago
The Thrill of the Chase: Cinematographer Joe Anderson on Capturing Robert Redford’s Ride into the Sunset in The Old Man & the Gun | Filmmaker Magazine
Robert Redford in The Old Man and the Gun (Photo by Eric Zachanowich. © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved) by in Cinematographers…
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11 weeks ago
Opinion | Eight Stories of Men’s Regret - The New York Times
Eight Stories of Men’s Regret OCT. 18, 2018 The Times asked men to share stories of past bad behavior toward women. Here are their accounts of intimidation,…
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october 2018
Review: “The Old Man & the Gun” Is a Peak in Robert Redford’s Career | The New Yorker
Sissy Spacek and Robert Redford in a scene from “The Old Man & the Gun,” directed by David Lowery. Photograph by Eric Zachanowich / Twentieth Century Fox Robert…
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october 2018
The Key to Act Two
How do you top life rules ? With a life script, that’s how. Here’s an absolutely minimalist 2-step one. Guaranteed to work for 90% of humanity. Across all…
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october 2018
Reviews - Reverse Shot
Running in Place by Adam Nayman NYFF 2018: Ash Is Purest White Dir Jia Zhangke, China, Cohen Media Group In his superb BFI monograph on Jia Zhangke’s first…
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october 2018
Surprise success of Nicolas Cage movie 'Mandy' causes big shift in theater release strategy - Business Insider
An article at Business Insider by @JasonGuerrasio explains how MANDY has been having an unprecedented theatrical success & what it could mean for future…
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october 2018
Ash Is Purest White | Film Review | Slant Magazine
Jia Zhang-ke has become the most important mainland Chinese filmmaker since Zhang Yimou at his peak in the early 1990s. That reputation has been built on the…
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october 2018
Deborah Copaken: My Rapist Apologized - The Atlantic
A river view from Potomac, Maryland Michael S. Williamson / The Washington Post / Getty On Friday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted that he has “no doubt…
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september 2018
Opinion | The New Socialists - The New York Times
Credit Credit Sam's Myth Mr. Robin is a professor of political science at Brooklyn College and the City University of New York Graduate Center. Throughout most…
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august 2018
Which Is Better, Rewards or Punishments? Neither - The New York Times
“I feel a sense of dread as bedtime rolls around. Here we go again.” A dad said this in our family therapy office one day, describing his son’s pre-bed antics.…
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august 2018
The Psychedelic Renaissance: Trip Reports from Timothy Leary, Michael Pollan, and Tao Lin | The New Yorker
Three new books suggest that psychedelic drugs did not necessarily have the power to rewrite society, but, instead, brought on revelations concerning earthly…
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august 2018
The Trip Treatment | The New Yorker
Psilocybin may be useful in treating anxiety, addiction, and depression, and in studying the neurobiology of mystical experience. Illustration by Stephen Doyle…
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august 2018
That time in 1994 when Steve Jobs got to use a device like an iPhone - Cake
Chris MacAskill Part 1: It’s funny how some things that hardly seem significant in their day dramatically change our lives. Or, in Steve’s case, the world. For…
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august 2018
The Lingering Legacy of Psychedelia | The New Yorker
Onlookers watch a dancer at a Los Angeles “acid test,” in 1966. Under LSD’s influence, sound or light comes to feel euphoric, porous; clinical studies have…
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august 2018
The Aesthetics of Science Fiction. What does SciFi Look Like After Cyberpunk?
The first in a two-part series on the evolution of design in Science Fiction. The Lecture Centre of Brunel University London, designed by Richard Sheppard in…
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july 2018
“I Was Devastated”: Tim Berners-Lee, the Man Who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets | Vanity Fair
Tim Berners-Lee, photographed in Amsterdam. Grooming by Patricia Van Heumen. Photograph by Olaf Blecker. “For people who want to make sure the Web serves…
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july 2018
Doctor Strange’s Creator Will Not See You Now
For a recluse, Steve Ditko is surprisingly easy to locate. You won’t see him in public: Despite being one of the most important figures in comics history, the…
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july 2018
Film Crit Hulk: The Beautiful, Ugly, & Possessive Hearts of Star Wars | Observer
John Boyega as Finn and Daisy Ridley as Rey in Star Wars: The Last Jedi . Lucasfilm/Walt Disney Pictures THE TOWER I’ve never seen a popular conversation go as…
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july 2018
Why Tech Employees Are Rebelling Against Their Bosses | WIRED
Silicon Valley has a long and secretive history of building hardware and software for the military and law enforcement. In contrast, a recent wave of employee…
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july 2018
David Lynch: ‘You gotta be selfish. It's a terrible thing’ | Film | The Guardian
David Lynch: ‘I like to have some people around. If I was totally alone I think I’d get funny, and not in a humorous way.’Photograph: Dylan Coulter for the…
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june 2018
The Strange Case of the Missing Joyce Scholar - The New York Times
John Kidd. Credit Lalo de Almeida for The New York Times S ome 16 years ago, The Boston Globe published an article about a jobless man who haunted Marsh Plaza,…
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june 2018
Aardvark Zythum: RNN from 1000 cocktails
These recipes fell largely into three categories: "normal", "complicated" and "minimal". Some of them might actually work! e.g. Lins Fangry Site In addition to…
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june 2018
‘Westworld’ Recap Season 2 Episode 9: ‘Vanishing Point’
Photo: HBO In the penultimate episode of season two of Westworld , we have four main characters diving into the depths of their lonesome journeys, at once…
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june 2018
‘Westworld’ Season 2 Episode 8: ‘Kiksuya’
Photo: HBO Everyone has a story. For two seasons, the Native American characters of Westworld have largely sat about the edges of the park, striking an…
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june 2018
Vice Media Was Built on a Bluff
It was sunny in Williamsburg on the last Wednesday in May, which also happened to be the second day of a new era at Vice Media. Visitors were still required to…
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june 2018
Airman with top-secret clearance, who disappeared in 1983, is discovered living in California - The Washington Post
Capt. William Howard Hughes Jr. was formally declared a deserter by the Air Force Dec. 9, 1983. (U.S. Air Force) Before he mysteriously disappeared and landed…
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june 2018
Tech Workers Versus the Pentagon
Interview by Ben Tarnoff For months, Google employees have led a campaign demanding that the company terminate its contract with the Pentagon for Project Maven,…
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june 2018
GitHub Is Microsoft’s $7.5 Billion Undo Button - Bloomberg
Oh, GitHub, we knew ye … pretty well, actually, over the past decade. At least programmers did. To us you’ve been comically unavoidable, from your “ Octocat ”…
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june 2018
‘Westworld’ Recap: Season 2, Episode 7
Photo: HBO You ever play pub trivia and they have a “tiered question” round? That’s when you have to several rounds to guess the correct answer and it starts…
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june 2018
Cannes Interview: Christopher Nolan - Film Comment
Though he’s still never been invited to present one of his own films at the festival, Christopher Nolan became the center of attention during the first weekend…
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may 2018
Westworld Recap Season 2 Episode 5: ‘Akane No Mai’
For four episodes now, I’ve gone on about both the strengths and faults of Westworld ’s left-brain storytelling methodology, and at the start of this episode,…
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may 2018
Jordan Peterson’s Tired Old Myths | The New Republic
Jordan Peterson is a student of mythology, so it’s not surprising that he presents his intellectual trajectory as a story of death and resurrection. As the…
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may 2018
Read It: Spike Lee and His Anti-Trump Speech at Cannes
Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival Last night at the Cannes Film Festival, Spike Lee unveiled his new film BlacKkKlansman , based on the…
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may 2018
Westworld Recap Season 2 Episode 4: The Riddle of the Sphinx
Photo: HBO “The Riddle of the Sphinx” is a perfect example of everything I both love and dislike about Westworld . On the negative side of the ledger, we have a…
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may 2018
Westworld Recap Season 2 Premiere: ‘Journey Into Night’
Photo: HBO Westworld season two was always going to be a tricky prospect. Everything about the first season was engineered for its thrilling finale , from to…
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april 2018
Malcolm Harris on Glitch Capitalism and AI Logic
Of all the buzzy 21st-century tech phrases, “machine learning” threatens to be the most important. Programming computers is slow, but we’re nearing the point…
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april 2018
NXIVM: What We Know About Alleged Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor - Rolling Stone
Women who were part of the organization were allegedly also branded against their will. Credit: Ruth Fremson/Redux On Monday, Mexican authorities closed in on…
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april 2018
Secrets of NXIVM - Times Union
An overview of Keith Raniere and his unusual program NXIVM with some of the voices in the Times Union special report "Secrets of NXIVM." Yi-Ke Peng Media: Times…
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april 2018
Inside a Secretive Group Where Women Are Branded - The New York Times
Sarah Edmondson left Nxivm after being branded as part of a secret ritual. Ruth Fremson/The New York Times ALBANY — Last March, five women gathered in a home…
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april 2018
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