I’ve got a complicated relationship with Woody Allen, but he seems to thrive on those both in his movies and in real life. So, I’m alternately cheered and jealous that New York Film Forum is hosting a retrospective of the man’s work. Here, the Reeler hosts a symposium of actual New Yorkers talking about the Woodman’s work and his representation of their fair city. Good quotes abound.
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- I've heard variations of "How is our work doing good in & for the world?" more in 2 days at #AAIHS2017 than in a yr… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 15 hours ago
- Good @profgabrielle distinction b/w black optimism & citizenship claims #AAIHS2017. We must distinguish b/w optimism & hope--aren't the same 17 hours ago
- Yesenia Barragan argues that Colombia helped establish abolition as global concept extending beyond the legal end of slavery #AAIHS2017 18 hours ago
- Marlene Daut argues that concepts of universal freedom from slavery came from/through Haiti, independently of Euro philosophy #AAIHS2017 18 hours ago