Goodbye to Language
Jean-Luc Godard's latest free-form essay film may be, more than anything else, a documentary of a restless mind.
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The fourth and final part in a series on how film has addressed the conflict between Israel and Palestine.
In this Palestinian drama, Hany Abu-Assad is chronicling another phase in the dispossession, erasure, and consequent self-destruction of a people.
Sheila writes: As the daughter of a librarian, I grew up surrounded by books. It was a treat to go visit my father at the university library where he worked, since he had such a passion for books (a passion he passed on to his children). For some reason or another, I've seen a couple of photos over the past week of the Book Mobiles of yore on various vintage photo sites, and while they all pre-date me by a good decade or so, there is something beautiful about the idea of a traveling library bringing books to people who want them. I've had Book Mobiles on the brain. So I was pleasantly surprised to come across an entire post devoted to photos of them. Heaven! Included are photos of the now-defunct Book Mobiles, rusting away in people's yards, lovely and bittersweet reminders of a bygone era.
Barbara Scharres reports on the winners at the Cannes Film Festival.
It's time once again fro Barbara Scharres' annual award for Best Feline Performance of the Cannes Film Festival.