The Way We Watch

Fishko Files on the new film "Room 237"

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

A new film has WNYC's Sara Fishko thinking about so-called "movie-going."  Here's a Fishko Files report.


Room 237 is playing at IFC and at the Film Society of Lincoln Center starting tomorrow, Friday 3/29.


Watching Room 237, a film exploring theories about the meaning of The Shining, got us thinking about the way current media allows a new kind of scrutiny.

One example: Frank Delaney’s podcast Re:Joyce deconstructs James Joyce’s Ulysses in five-minute podcasts. Check out Re:Joyce, here.

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Associate Producer: Laura Mayer
Enterprise Editor, WNYC News: Karen Frillmann

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