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What happens when a playwright and a theater director make a movie? Our film critic Thomas Wartenberg recently found out, and it led him to ponder the less obvious differences between films and plays.
[Issue 34 :: December 2001 / January 2002 :: Films :: 38 matches]
Our movie maestro Thomas Wartenberg plugs himself into The Matrix Reloaded but says that philosophically, it was destined to be dull.
[Issue 42 :: July/August 2003 :: Films :: 37 matches]
In another intrepid exploration of the possibilities of the silver screen, our very own movie maestro Thomas Wartenberg takes notes on an experimental new film called Time Code.
[Issue 30 :: December 2000 / January 2001 :: Films :: 36 matches]
Thomas Wartenberg ponders the classic dilemma of the Good Mother in a film about ethnicity, renunciation and cookery: Spanglish.
[Issue 50 :: March/April 2005 :: Films :: 34 matches]
Les Reid sees through a lens darkly with Mark Conard.
[Issue 69 :: September/October 2008 :: Books :: 33 matches]
Does Hollywood sometimes get everything back-to-front? A new film called Memento certainly does. Our movie maestro Thomas Wartenberg takes a look.
[Issue 33 :: September/October 2001 :: Films :: 33 matches]
Our philosophical film columnist Thomas Wartenberg ponders the complexity of human motives as he takes in the latest gangster movie, The Road to Perdition.
[Issue 38 :: October/November 2002 :: Films :: 33 matches]
Terri Murray on Wim Wenders and panoptic power.
[Issue 66 :: March/April 2008 :: Films :: 33 matches]
Ladies and gentlemen… 21st Century Philosophy Now is proud to present the first showing in a new series of philosophical film articles by Thomas Wartenberg. In this installment he looks at American Beauty, Fight Club and Being John Malkovich.
[Issue 27 :: June/July 2000 :: Films :: 33 matches]
Thomas Wartenberg watches a radical movie about some unlikely couples grappling with homophobia, feminist ideology and each other in a 1970s Swedish commune… and enjoys it!
[Issue 36 :: June/July 2002 :: Films :: 31 matches]