AN INTERVIEW WITH ENNIO MORRICONE (1994)

2020-07-07T23:56:27+01:00July 7th, 2020|Categories: CINEMA|Tags: , |

Ennio Morricone occupies a unique place in the history of twentieth-century music. He is without question one of the world's most successful, and brilliant, composers for film, although he continues to write surprising music for the concert hall as well.

INTERVIEW WITH PAULINE KAEL (MODERN MATURITY)

2020-07-03T23:27:26+01:00July 3rd, 2020|Categories: CINEMA|Tags: , |

Pauline Kael has brought the same fierce passion, independence, and incisiveness to her movie reviews since she took on Charlie Chaplin’s Limelight in 1952. When her first book, I Lost It at the Movies (1965), and her 1968 appointment as a movie critic for The New Yorker brought her national prominence, some people raised eyebrows, others glasses, to her revolutionary style.

“I STILL LOVE GOING TO MOVIES”- AN INTERVIEW WITH PAULINE KAEL (1999)

2020-07-01T00:17:51+01:00July 1st, 2020|Categories: CINEMA|Tags: , |

Pauline Kael is a singular voice in the history of American film criticism. Cineaste interviewed Kael in the summer of 1999, discussing her critical career and early influences, her philosophy of criticism, great American films of the Seventies, her thoughts about retirement, and her provocative views on some recent American movies.

MARK ZUCKERBERG & YUVAL NOAH HARARI IN CONVERSATION [FULL TRANSCRIPT]

2020-06-26T16:28:05+01:00March 15th, 2020|Categories: CULTURE|Tags: , , , |

Mark Zuckerberg hosts Yuval Noah Harari for a conversation about some big challenges as part of the Facebook CEO's 2019 series of public discussions about the future of technology in society. The overarching question they debate is: what are we going to do about the systemic problems of the current technological revolution?

VLADIMIR NABOKOV: THE MAN WHO SCANDALIZED THE WORLD

2020-06-26T16:26:12+01:00December 23rd, 2019|Categories: LITERATURE|Tags: , , |

One of the more diverting aspects of Lolita, the most controversial best seller of the century, has been the considerable speculative curiosity about the private life and personality of Vladimir Nabokov, the virtually unknown university professor who now, at the age of sixty-one, finds himself world famous as the author of this nettlesome novel.

Chaplin Interviewed by Richard Meryman (1966)

2019-12-09T00:36:34+00:00December 9th, 2019|Categories: CINEMA|Tags: , , , |

In 1966, Chaplin granted several extensive interviews to journalist Richard Meryman for a Life magazine article to promote 'A Countess from Hong Kong.' Only a small portion of Meryman's taped interviews was ever published. A copy of the complete transcript, from which this excerpt was taken, is preserved in the Chaplin Archives.

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