Jill Soloway’s Transparent and the New Television; Ex Machina In The Garden; Rituparno Ghosh’s Bariwali; interviews with Christopher Harris, Annie Baker, and Hanna Polak; festival reports from IDFA and Sundance; and more!
FQ Editorial Board Member Bill Nichols inaugurates the new “Page Views” column with a review of one of UC Press’s most impressive books published this year, Manifestos: A Forgotten History, carefully curated and edited by Scott MacKenzie. How to make manifest the spirit and intentions of a movement that has yet to triumph over an oppressive but dominant adversary? Issue a manifesto. Stand up and speak out. Read the column and then download a prepared selection from the book offered here for FQ readers.
Chihwaseon, Frantz Fanon, Donkey Skin, and Farenheit 9/11. Plus reviews of Nobody Knows and The Ninth Day.
READ: Why Less is Still Moore — Celebrity and the Reactive Politics of Farenheit 9/11