Soylent Green: The present is catching up with ecodystopia

Film „Soylent Green“ The present is catching up with ecodystopia Stand: 12:08 p.m. | Reading time: 3 minutes Constant turmoil: Charlton Heston on the poster for “Soylent Green” At this point you will find content from Podigee In order to interact with or display content from Podigee and other social networks, we need your consent. … Read more

Silence is terrorism: Koležnik’s “Burgundy Princess” by Gombrowicz in Frankfurt

Theater Gombrowicz in Frankfurt Talking is silver, silence is pure terrorism Stand: 24.10.2021 | Reading time: 4 minutes Strictly form: scene from the “Burgundy Princess” Source: Birgit Hupfeld Mateja Koležnik directs “Yvonne, the Burgundy Princess” by Witold Gombrowicz at the Schauspiel Frankfurt. The Polish author is famous for his anarchic joke that breaks all forms. … Read more

Elon Musk at the Uffizi Gallery: The Last Polymath

art Elon Musk The last polymath Stand: 2:28 p.m. | Reading time: 3 minutes Elon Musk with his family in the Uffizi Source: dpa-infocom GmbH At this point you will find content from Podigee In order to interact with or display content from Podigee and other social networks, we need your consent. Activate social networks … Read more

Amazon’s Identity Politics: The End of Acting

UUnder the aegis of a certain Latasha Gillespie, the following conclusion has been reached: from now on, productions by Amazon Studios should “ideally contain a minimum of 30 percent women and 30 percent members of an underrepresented racial / ethnic group”. The most delicate commitment is hidden in the middle of the list: “Casting actors … Read more

Filmfestspiele Locarno: Interview with Giona A. Nazzaro

WORLD: Today in the western world, in the USA, but also increasingly in Europe, we are not necessarily seeing state censorship. But a censorship of political correctness, which is conveyed through the media, through many artists themselves. How do you see it Jonah A. Nazzaro: It is a very delicate thing. I don’t see this … Read more

Frank Miller canceled: Fascists are always the other

SFrank Miller has always remained true to a bitter, some say cynical view of the world, which can be read in masterpieces such as “Sin City” and “300”, both of which have been filmed with prominence. The fascination for an aesthetic that some associate with fascism runs through the volumes. But an aesthetic is something … Read more