Category Archives: Books

Mid-Autumn Culture Trip Newsletter

  As I was sitting by the window of a newly discovered café downtown where I can peacefully work from remotely, one early, quiet and misty autumn morning, the images from the beginning of Three Days of the Condor with … Read More

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For His Eyes Only: The Women of James Bond

For His Eyes Only: The Women of James Bond, edited by Lisa Funnell, offers a scholarly look at the representation of women in the Bond universe. But it should be more of a conversation starter and less of an interpretation as fact. Read More

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Five Decades of Street Style, According to Bill Cunningham

Every decade since the 1970s chronicled by street style photographs by the one who liked to all himself a recorder, not a photographer, Bill Cunningham. Read More

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Lubitsch Can’t Wait

The book “Lubitsch Can’t Wait” gathers ten witty, subversive and thought-provoking writings that highlight Lubitsch’s unique understanding of love, sex, comedy, politics, and life. Read More

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Ennio Morricone: In His Own Words

Ennio Morricone’s film music has carved out its own path while still informing the plot, it found an innovative way to bond with images and with the audience. Read More

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