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WANNA TALK MORE ABOUT FEUERBACH? A Near Century of Vampire Films

The Brooklyn Academy of Music’s ongoing retrospective of vampire films “Bela Lugosi’s Dead, Vampires Live Forever” resists defining the immortal amoral creature.

Never Insignificant

Junior year of college, I was quite unexpectedly decided upon as a person of interest by the film department and invited to a reception and dinner at the president’s house, preceding an Antonioni film screening.

Olivier Assayas’ Carlos

Carlos is Olivier Assayas’ five and a half hour epic tale of the ’70s punk rock terroris Illich Ramirez Sánchez, known by his nom de guerre Carlos, and later dubbed by the press “Carlos the Jackal.”

Muzzle Blasts, Cleavage, and Paddle Balls on the Repertory Circuit

The hardest thing to bear about the old movie-going truism “they don’t make them like they used to” is the constant reminder that it’s all too true.

An Interview with Benj Gerdes and Jennifer Hayashida

Benj Gerdes and Jennifer Hayashida are Brooklyn-based artists whose work confronts intersections of political discourse, knowledge production, and popular imagination.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2010

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