⠀The participants of the seminar will talk about why Nabokov’s novel continues to produce so much response, both in art and in public discussions and how the moral issues raised by Nabokov seventy years ago are treated in varying cultural paradigms. Besides Lolita, we will also focus on the novel by Kate Elizabeth Russell My Dark Vanessa, which has recently been translated into Russian and cau…
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Acclaimed memoirist and personal essayist, Melissa Febos, was a secret-keeper by nature. As a college student in New York City, she moonlighted as a professional dominatrix and suffered from a secret addiction to heroin. Her first book, Whip Smart, laid bare these double lives, and in the process, transformed her. In February 2017, her second book, Abandon Me, will be released. In these lyrical essays, Febos investigates into how the attachments and abandonments of our childhoods inform our adult choices. On February 16, she will discuss the process of transforming her darkest secrets into memoir, and the power of telling the stories that scare us most. Melissa Febos is the author of the memoir, Whip Smart (St. Martin’s Press 2010), and the essay collection, Abandon Me (Bloomsbury 2017), which Kirkus Reviews called, “a courageous exploration of love as the ultimate form of plenitude and annihilation.” Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, Tin House, Granta, Prairie Schooner, Glamour, Salon, New York Times, Guernica, Dissent, Poets & Writers, Lenny Letter, Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York, and elsewhere. Her essays have won prizes from Prairie Schooner, Story Quarterly, and The Center for Women Writers and she has been featured on NPR’s Fresh Air, CNN, Anderson…
Actor Daniel-Day Lewis and writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson sit down for a conversation about "There Will Be Blood," a filmed adaptation of Upton Sinclair’s 1927 novel "Oil!"
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David & Devon discuss Robert Altman’s 1971 beautiful, haunting, and redefining western! #VTFE #mccabeandmrsmiller #robertaltman #vilmoszsigmond #warrenbeatty…
Published in March of 2017, “No One Cares About Crazy People” seamlessly weaves together the analysis of society’s historically harsh treatment of the mentally ill with journalist Ron Powers’ own very personal story. In this Keep Talking episode, he shares what he has learned as the parent of two sons with schizophrenia, his convictions about medical compliance, and his compassion for those who suffer with a chronic mental illness. Ron Powers will appear during the Brattleboro Literary Festival at Centre Congregational Church on October 14 at 11:00 AM.
With a new Star Wars not too far off, we take a look back at Rian Johnson’s first flick and discuss what makes Donnie Darko and early mystery stories so important.
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Director/screenwriter Noah Baumbach joins Scott Foundas, chief film critic at Variety, for a discussion of the filmmaker’s creative process, his work as both screenwriter and director, and the films he’s made over the past 18 years. Foundas is former chief film critic at the Village Voice and former associate program director at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Join Carlos as explores the psychology of method acting with Dr. Beguiristain. Do you have a favorite method actor? Comment below!
Theatrical Realism was an American film movement of the 1950s noted for its high aspirations to create a significant ‘art’ cinema. Ironically, the films that comprise this movement are virtually forgotten today. As Hollywood’s continuation of the Italian Neo-Realist movement, Theatrical Realism was a direct result of the confluence of "Method Acting" as taught by Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio, the screen adaptations of the plays of Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, William Inge and Truman Capote, as well as the teleplays of the Golden Age of Television by Paddy Chayefsky, Rod Serling, Horton Foote and Robert Alan Aurthur, among others.
What is method acting? What is sense memory? What are the benefits of improvisation? How does out of character development work? What are some examples of the animal exercises and what are the benefits? Does an actor have to be emotionally healthy to do method acting?
Dr. Mario Beguiristain joined the full-time faculty at Miami Dade Colleg…
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