Posts tagged "angela zito"
Religion and Press Freedom in the Digital Age – Part One: Information on Trial

Religion and Press Freedom in the Digital Age – Part One: Information on Trial

The first in a series of posts on issues at the intersection of press freedom, religion, digital media and politics by Natasja Sheriff.
On Not Enjoying Zero Dark Thirty... For the Right Reasons.

On Not Enjoying Zero Dark Thirty… For the Right Reasons.

By Angela ZitoThis is The War. The War is far, far away, on a screen. It is terrible and distant. And most of us have never been made uncomfortable by it for a nanosecond.

4/24: Screening of Antonioni’s CHUNG KUO – CHINA, with Angela Zito

THE COLLOQUIUM FOR UNPOPULAR CULTURE presents: CHUNG KUO - CHINA (dir. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1972), 208 min. Introduced by Angela Zito WHEN: Tuesday 24 April 2012, 6:30pm WHERE: Room 471, 20 Cooper Square [East 5th and Bowery] FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

“Writing in Water” Screening, March 6

PREVIEW SCREENING WRITING IN WATER  水书  A film on the social life of calligraphy” 书法的集体生活 (42 min., Angela Zito 司徒安director) Tuesday, March 6, 6:00PM NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Cinema Studies 721 Broadway, 6th Floor, Michelson Theater Free and open to the public. Seating is limited and is available first-come, first-seated. * * *...

I Love You, I Do.

We asked our Near and Dear to tell us something about today, the day when we celebrate love--or loss or absence or grief or joy or chocolate or the color red.  Valentine's Day is one of those not-so-holy (or so-holiday) holidays we bump into on the annual calendar, on our way to spring, rebirth and...


By Ashley Baxstrom [caption id="attachment_10496" align="aligncenter" width="614" caption=""Heart to Heart 2" by Angela Zito"][/caption]   #Valentine'sDay was cocoa in a red mug, powdered sugar & strawberries on my pancakes, a note in my lunchbox from mom. Now it's all #DIY.

Remembering China’s Great Leap and
Great Famine

Getting the Past Out Loud: Memory Projects with Wu Wenguang
Saturday, December 3, 4, 2011
A five-film weekend with documentary director and artist Wu Wenguang where he will present films from The Memory Project, based at Coachangdi Workstation in Beijing....

Analogue Media and the Politics of Print Nostalgia

Angela Zito:  The Bible as a book, printed, physically available for Christian devotion, remains a powerful and contested artifact in this digital age.  Just winding up its US tour, a traveling exhibition of the Bible in China—entitled “Thy Word is Truth: the Bible Ministry Exhibition of the Protestant Church in China”—might have slipped my notice....

Atheists’ Public Sphere

Angela Zito: Greta Christina gives us a list of the ten worst states to be an atheist. It's really a list of: "Ten Worst States to Declare Publicly That You're an Atheist." A lot of the anger is actually about atheists daring to claim some part of the public discourse for...

Is Apple a Religion?

Minyanville asks The Revealer's publisher, Angela Zito, what she thinks.  Watch here.