Sleep Dealer, a science-fiction film carrying profound political and economic critiques, is a conversation-starter for discussions about issues as diverse as labor and immigration, technology and ethics, globalization and the environment.
Drawing its title from the Hopi word meaning “life out of balance,” this renowned documentary reveals how humanity has grown apart from nature.
Come enjoy two movies about a surfers experience in Mexico! The movies explore the diverse coastlines of Mexico and the cultural discoveries made along the way.
When a legendary escape artist comes up for parole after more than 30 years behind bars, a chance for freedom must be weighed against his infamous past.
Professor Friedlander published a piece in April 2015’s edition of Subjectivity titled “Breast-feeding and middle-class privilege: A psychoanalytic analysis of ‘breast is best’”.
Professor Friedlander published a piece in Fall 2013’s edition of Discourse titled “Imperfecting the Illusion: Belief and the Aesthetic Destruction of Reality.”