“Fahrenheit 11/9” is a film that entices the viewer to take action, any action, that will help make America great, because it never has been.
D’Apolito cleverly intercuts Radner’s childhood photos and videos with celebrity readings of diary entries, showing Radner’s impact on comedians today.
“I Am Not Your Negro” is a poignant and powerful analysis of race relations in this country that goes unmatched by any other film in recent memory.
Marlena Grzaslewicz, assistant professor of media arts, sciences and studies, is an Emmy-award winning sound editor who has collaborated with documentarian Ken Burns for more than 20 years. Recently, Grzaslewicz worked as a dialogue editor on Burns’ “The Roosevelts: An Intimate Story,” airing on PBS.
After a long, sleepless overnight flight from Mexico City, Mexico, my plane’s wheels finally hit the dark tarmac of the Quito International Airport with a puff of smoke.
During fall break, rather than head to my sleepy hometown in upstate New York, I traveled to New York city to get a glimpse of what my post-South Hill life may look like.