The Life She Led: Anne Edwards

By Patrick McGilligan. Perhaps best known as a biographer of the rich and famous from across the spectrum, Anne Edwards has told the life stories of everyone from screen figures Shirley Temple, Judy Garland, Vivien Leigh and Ronald Reagan (her book Early Reagan was a Pulitzer Prize nominee) to the […]

Alain Badiou’s Cinema (2013)

Book Review by Brandon Konecny. Since academia’s interest in cinema as an art form, philosophers have frequently proven to be some of the most insightful voices on the subject. Alain Badiou’s Cinema, accordingly, offers such an instance. For the first time in an English translation, the French philosopher’s over 50 […]