I’ve been listening to One Hundred Years of Solitude as an audiobook and watching this documentary on Marquez’ life and […]
Quite a few students asked me about watching this 2017 Netflix documentary on Joan Didion. One of my favorite writers […]
Fascinating documentary covering a church serving homeless and jobless men in North Dakota. I was struck by the struggle between pastor […]
This week I’m grading and meeting with students individually but still found some time to watch David Lynch’s Eraserhead on […]
Peter J. Kuznick’s research translates well to this Oliver Stone directed series of hour-long documentaries. I found myself admiring the post-structuralism […]
A few months back I heard of Dan Cohen’s concept of using music with dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. This holiday I finally […]
Great documentary now available for streaming on Netflix. I’d been waiting to watch this one for a while. I was […]
My friend and mentor Will Hochman answers some questions and gives his opinion on the new Salinger documentary.
Calvin and Hobbes documentary looks good.
Happen to be reading through The Man With the Golden Arm this summer. Now news of Algren documentary. I’m looking forward […]
Looks fascinating. Salinger documentary now has a trailer. Here’s the link: http://movies.yahoo.com/video/salinger-trailer-1-192014811.html
Reading an article about the Salinger documentary. The new poster has an interesting design.
On Tuesday I had the fortune of attending a private screening of the inspirational documentary film I am a Visitor in […]
I should be writing or working on tomorrow’s post modernism lecture but instead I’m watching this John Guare: A Youngarts […]
Today in Lit 150 we are discussing needless qualifiers. I like the Frank Darabont/Tears in Rain soliloquy example from Blade […]