Bernstein masterfully tackled the enigmatic meaning of music and defined for a generation a new way to listen. 50 years later, the Library presents a contemporary reaction, re-evaluation of Bernstein’s Norton Lectures.
The war was brought to an end after the signing of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Paris on 14 December 1995.
Now the country is more divided than at any time since the war ended.
With commentary by Noah Hutton, filmmaker, and Benjamin Ehrlich, author of a forthcoming biography of Cajal.
and muralist JR teamed up to co-direct this enchanting documentary/road movie.
The film explores how islands shape our understanding of place in the world through conceptual, spacial, and historical positioning. The myth of Drexciya is based on an underwater country populated by the evolved species of unborn children of pregnant women thrown overboard during the middle-passage of slave ships across the Atlantic.
Amidst commenting on globalization, slavery, capitalism and climate change, the film is interrupted by high-contrast tight shots of flickering water, an intentionally abstract depiction of the perspective of the sea looking back at us.
to spiritual inquiry with a freewheeling approach that never ceases to surprise,” Rat Film is a profound—and profoundly troubling—meditation on the disturbing congruity between discourses on race and on rat removal in Baltimore. Percy Sutton, Manhattan Borough President and former President of NAACP, tells of his freedom ride into the Deep South. of the Soul), directed by Ana Martínez for Televisión Española, 2006, 59 min.
(with English subtitles); and Bluebrain Year 7, brief excerpts from an ongoing film project directed by Noah Hutton, which follows neuroscience research around the world, including Henry Markram’s ambitious Blue Brain Project in Switzerland.
You’ll see distinguished jazz singers like Abbey Lincoln, Peggy Lee, and Billie Holiday, all of whom successfully made the transition to cinema.
You’ll also watch timeless performances by the best singer/actresses, including Judy Garland, Diana Ross, and Marilyn Monroe.
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