Jason Fuhrman’s program notes for the next Cinesthesia screening on Thursday night provides context for Milcho Manchevski’s impressive but often overlooked feature debut, Before the Rain.
Jason Furhman’s program notes for tonight’s screening of Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic traces its journey from a British television mini-series to Academy Award winning feature film.
Pedro Almodovar’s Julieta is another Missed Madison title that still could make it to town. Jason Fuhrman explains how the film both continues and diverges from Almodóvar’s previous work.
Tonight the Cinesthesia series kicks off its 2017 lineup with Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice. In his program notes, Jason Fuhrman discusses Anderson’s adaptation methodology and the literary and cinematic precedents for the shaggy-dog L.A. detective tale.
In his program notes, Cinesthesia programmer Jason Fuhrman contrasts Powell and Pressburger’s Black Narcissus with Rumer Godden’s original novel, and explains how objections from the Catholic Legion of Decency led to cuts for the American distribution of the film.
In his program notes, Cinesthesia programmer Jason Fuhrman explains how Federico Fellini added distancing techniques to familiar stylistic flourishes in his dreamlike excavation of imperial Rome, Fellini Satyricon.
Programmer Jason Furman shares his program notes for David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr., which will screen at the October edition of his Cinesthesia series at the Madison Public Library.
Missed Madison Film Festival Maps to the Stars | David Cronenberg | Canada, Germany, France, United States | 2014 | 111 minutes Four Star | Madison Public Library | GoWatchIt Maps to the Stars receives its only physical screening in Madison as part of the Cinesthesia series at the Central Library (Room 302), Thursday, February 4 […]