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"Ich habe überhaupt keine Angst vor (Bett)-Laken - die Neuverfilmung schwarzer Maskulinität in Michael Jacksons Black or White" von Joe Vogel

Dieser Artikel erschien am 19. März 2015 im Journal of Popular Music Studies: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpms.12112/abstract

Übersetzung: M.v.d.L, Ilke & Doris


Die Musikvideopremiere von Michael Jacksons 11-minütigem Kurzfilm Black or White hatte die meisten Zuschauer in der Geschichte des Fernsehens überhaupt. 15,945 more words

Black Or White

The Two Great Film Anniversaries You Probably Didn't Hear About

2015 is the one-hundred-year anniversary of two monumental events in the history of cinema. The fact you’re not hearing about them is two-fold: one is especially technical and most folks aren’t interested, and the other is being tragically choked out by political correctness. 865 more words

Film Reviews


The Wonderful World Tomorrow—What It WON’T Be Like!”: Part 7


This post is the seventh in a series. Each entry in the series will be building on information and commentary  4,632 more words

Louth County Council named Local Authority of the Year

Louth County Council was yesterday named Local Authority of the Year by The Public Sector Magazine.

The local authority picked up the honour at the magazine’s Excellence in Business Awards 2015, with the full results to be published in the next edition. 243 more words

Local News

Archivist Schmitz to discuss diplomatic history of immigration at Chautauqua in Heritage Lecture

Immigration often appears in the news as a headline or in a stump speech from a prospective political candidate.

Chautauqua Institution archivist and historian Jon Schmitz said immigration in the United States has a deep and textured story, one in which Chautauqua has woven its own vignette. 506 more words

Chautauqua Institution

Friday at the Movies: D. W. Griffith and the Birth of an Industry

Some people think film is just Keystone Cops crashing cars or somebody’s pants falling down.  But it’s a lot more.  It’s the new art: telling stories with light and motion. 

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