Legends of Film: Jules Brenner

By , May 30, 2016

Johnny Got_His_Gun MovieLegends of Film is proud to present an interview with director of photography, Jules Brenner. Mr. Brenner has photographed such prestigious television productions as Helter Skelter, Salem’s Lot, and The Glass House. He has also been the director of photography on the following motion pictures, Dillinger, The Return of the Living Dead, and Johnny Got His Gun.

Johnny Got His Gun screening, originally scheduled Saturday March, 2016 has been rescheduled for June, 2016.

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Popmatic Podcast for May 25, 2016: Fuller Moon

By , May 25, 2016

Congrats! You survived the full moon last week. It’s one small step this small step for man; one giant leap for… okay, maybe not, but we do talk about Moon Pies on this week’s episode. Plus—what is tickling our fancy. Hey, where’s Bryan?

Popmatic Podcast for May 18, 2016: Funny People

By , May 18, 2016

Innovative comedian Maria Bamford is coming to TPAC and she has a new Netflix show, Lady Dynamite. So on this show—comedians! This is a surprisingly dark and contentious episode. Plus—what is tickling our fancy this week.

Popmatic Podcast for May 11, 2016: Choose Privacy All Year

By , May 11, 2016

Choose Privacy Week was last week but privacy matters all year so this week–privacy, or lack thereof.

Popmatic Podcast for May 4, 2016: Mother’s Day and Prince

By , May 4, 2016

Color of WaterIt’s Mother’s Day! James McBride is coming to the library to talk about his book about his amazing mother. Would I be pushing it to say this episode is matriarchal? Plus—our Prince memories. The Purple One was a bit much for one young kid in Kentucky to take.

MOMS

“Mommy Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight” from Collection by Misfits

Someone Else’s Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson

The Opposite of Everyone by Joshilyn Jackson

Manchurian Candidate

A Man for All Seasons

The Color of Water by James McBride

TICKLING OUR FANCY

Prince was genius.

Listed Sisters

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Transcripts of the show are available upon request.

This blog has moved

By , May 3, 2016

This blog has moved to library.nashville.org/blog

 

The Nashville Public Library blog has moved to library.nashville.org/blog. This site will no longer be updated, but you can still access the archive.

Visit the new site to see what we’re reading and uncover new titles and read-a-likes. Plus, get recommendations from our weekly round-table discussion, the Popmatic Podcast.

 

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