Sundance Film Festival: A Conversation With Lorraine Toussaint. -
Bro On The Global Television Beat: Watching, or Being Watched? -
Screening Room: The Washing Society. -
Plus...Slamdance, Year By Year poetry reading; The Paris Opera on strike performing for the rebel French masses in the streets... -
...And James Dean, McCarthyism and US Imperialism. -
This Just In... -
Woo - hoo! It's the new monthly ARTS EXPRESS NEWSLETTER
LORRAINE TOUSSAINT TALKS SUNDANCE, THE GLORIAS
** "There are five Glorias in this film, and I play Flo Kennedy, an icon who hasn't gotten the credit she deserves. An outrageous character and extraordinarily profane, brilliant and outspoken - Flo rocked."
Sundance Film Festival: A Conversation With Lorraine Toussaint. The star of 'Orange Is The New Black' as Vee, discusses the premiere at Sundance of 'The Glorias' with Julianne Moore as Gloria Steinem - a page to screen adaptation of Steinem's memoir, 'My Life On The Road.'
Along with the actress delving into related topics of mass incarceration, and playing an undocumented immigrant and the voice of God in movies. Also, reflections from Steinem, and Toussaint performs her favorite poem.
** "The goal not stated on these movie conglomerates moving online, is to use serial TV as a way to harvest data on users to sell the data to advertisers - allowing the entertainment complexes to become full fledged members of the surveillance economy."
Bro On The Global Television Beat: Watching, or Being Watched? Arts Express Paris Correspondent Professor Dennis Broe takes a look at trends, and what's worth watching - or not.
Screening Room: The Washing Society. Spotlighting the invisible workers in this Lynne Sachs documentary, who 'fold the clothes, maintain the machines, and know your secrets.' Along with The Washing Society Atlanta laundress workers strike and uprising back in 1881.
Plus...Slamdance, Year By Year poetry reading; The Paris Opera on strike performing for the rebel French masses in the streets...
...And James Dean, McCarthyism and US Imperialism.
This Just In...
Woo-hoo! It's the new monthly ARTS EXPRESS NEWSLETTER - and it's free, free, free!
Think of it as a print extension of the conversation started on our global radio arts magazine, Arts Express, heard on WBAI 99.5 FM in NYC and Pacifica affiliates across the country, and in Paris, Beijing, and Berlin.
Every month, it's eight pages of Arts Express goodness, filled with fascinating interviews, top ten film lists, reviews, gossip, film, theatre, book recommendations and more.
Here's a preview of what's in our inaugural February issue:
* An extraordinary interview with Bill Wyman, the legendary guitarist for The Rolling Stones.
* Broadcast Film Critics and Women Film Critics Circle reviewer and host Prairie Miller's Top Ten Films of 2019--and the year's worst!
* An Arts Express Extra: Jack London's Preface to The War of the Classes--a supplement to our recent radio performance of London's powerful essay, "How I Became A Socialist."
*Plus: The Guest List--our favorite recent guests; The Back Room--news and gossip about WBAI and the Arts Express crew;
*And information about exclusive giveaways and how to win an opportunity to broadcast your own work on the air.
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