Eric Molinsky

Eric Molinsky appears in the following:

Diagnosing Literature

Friday, April 23, 2010

Was Bartleby the Scrivener depressed? Did Clarissa Dalloway need lithium? Today's English lit students seem to want to medicate away the problems of classic literary characters. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky explores this phenomenon with help from NYU professor Elayne Tobin and novelist Michael ...

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Medicated Holden

Friday, April 23, 2010

What would Holden Caulfield be like if he took antidepressants? Actor Brian Vincent plays Holden in Eric Molinsky's satire.

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Dorothy Height: A Voice We'll Never Forget

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

When we made a documentary about The Lincoln Memorial for our American Icons series, one person captured two seminal moments in the Memorial's history for us: Dorothy Height.  She was at the Memorial in 1939 when Marian Anderson sang triumphantly after being banned from performing at Constitution Hall.  ...

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Warming Oceans, Threatened Cities

Friday, April 16, 2010

If there's one climate change scientists are sure of, it's that sea levels are rising - and coastal cities are in their way. In a new exhibit up at New York's Museum of Modern Art, teams of architects envision radical approaches to the problem. Studio 360's ...

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Friday, April 09, 2010

In Hesperia, California, architect Nader Khalili created a housing movement for the future. Khalili, who passed away in March 2008, prototyped his dome-shaped adobes on a commission from NASA for a lunar colony. Then he realized that his "superadobes" could take root on Earth. Studio 360's

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Everything's Better in 3-D

Friday, March 05, 2010

We proudly present "sneak previews" of 3-D movies in development - we wish! Studio 360's Eric Molinsky produced this satire.

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I, Avatar

Friday, December 18, 2009

Is your Second Life slowly replacing your first life? Do you feel closer to video game characters than actual real humans? New media lets everyone construct virtual identities, but we shouldn't be too afraid of surrendering to technology. As Studio 360's Eric Molinsky discovers, our ...


Music And The Mouse

Friday, October 09, 2009

From Snow White to Hannah Montana, the Disney company knows how to use music to capture the hearts (and cash) of generations of kids. And those songs lead to theme park rides and Broadway shows. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky looks into ...


Style and the Mad Man

Friday, September 04, 2009

Don Draper represents a version of masculinity a lot of guys today never knew. The fictional character played by John Hamm in AMC's "Mad Men," is a 1960s ad man who's serious, well-dressed, and secretive. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky tries to understand ...

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Design for the Real World: Zoot Suit

Friday, June 12, 2009

You might remember zoot suits from the swing craze in the late nineties. But for one Southern California tailor and her prom-bound customers, zoot suits have never gone out of style. Produced by Eric Molinsky.


Everything's Better in 3-D

Friday, May 22, 2009

The buzz in Hollywood is that 3-D isn't just a gimmick -- it's here to stay. But maybe it's not just for animated movies or action flicks. We have some "sneak previews" of 3-D movies in development that might surprise you. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky produced this satire.

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Suffering for Sufjan

Friday, April 17, 2009

Alec Duffy won the rights to an unreleased Sufjan Stevens song. Rather than posting it online, Duffy shares the song via private listening parties in his home. This decision has earned him a few enemies. Produced by Studio 360's Eric Molinsky. You ...

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You Used To Be About The Music, Man

Friday, April 03, 2009

The music industry has been suffering from workplace downsizing for years ever since Napster displaced CDs. Studio 360’s Eric Molinsky catches up with some former music industry executives to see how they reinvented themselves.



Friday, March 06, 2009

Alan Moore's ambitious graphic novel Watchmen wowed a generation of readers when it came out in 1986. Twenty-three years later, it's making its big-screen debut. Meanwhile, some of its key innovations have shown up in other movies; is the Watchmen too late to save itself? Produced ...

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Panorama Kid

Friday, January 16, 2009

Stephen Talasnik's drawings, on view now at the Queens Museum, are detailed blueprints of fantastical architecture. They're inspired by the museum's Panorama - a meticulous scale model of New York City. Produced by Eric Molinsky and Derek John.

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Take Me to Your Leader

Friday, December 12, 2008

Uninvited visitors arrive in a new world, seize the land, and take human lives. Native Americans know this scenario well. Studio 360’s Eric Molinsky looks into the alien invasion narrative and the historical and psychological baggage that comes with it.

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The Museum of Humans

Friday, December 12, 2008

What if aliens wiped out the human race and took over Earth? What would they do with human artifacts? Fast forward to 3008 and listen in on a pair of aliens as they get a guided tour of the “Museum of Humans.” Actors: Bob Koherr,

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Attack of the Giant Chihuahuas

Friday, November 21, 2008

What if all the pop culture about radiation creating mutants – from Them! to Spider-Man – were true, and scientists wanted to unlock the secrets? In this satirical piece, Eric Molinsky imagines the scenario in a laboratory near you.

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Friday, November 14, 2008

In Hesperia, California, architect Nader Khalili created a housing movement for the future. Khalili, who passed away in March, prototyped his dome-shaped adobes on a commission from NASA for a lunar colony. Then he realized that his “superadobes” could take root on Earth. Studio 360’s

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A Missile Base Called Home

Friday, November 07, 2008

The underground nuclear missile bases and silos are still out there in Kansas. Many of them are now empty – but not for long. Studio 360’s Eric Molinsky visits a peace activist who is turning decommissioned nuclear missile bases and silos into family homes.