Leonard Quart

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Leonard Quart is Professor Emeritus of Cinema — CUNY and COSI; Contributing Editor, Cineaste; Columnist for Berkshire Eagle; and co-author of American Film and Society Since 1945 —4th Edition (Praeger).

Articles by Leonard Quart

LEONARD QUART: On writing a eulogy

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 - I try to evoke my friends in a way that makes them come alive, always understanding by choice and by ultimate lack of knowledge -- that I have merely scratched the surface.

LEONARD QUART: London bridges

Thursday, 30 Mar 2017 - In my mind’s eye, I can still see the barbaric and murderous assault with a car on a bridge whose current version opened in May 1862.

LEONARD QUART: An abnormal spring day

Friday, 10 Feb 2017 - Every day another egregious or horrific decision is made under Trump’s aegis, and it rests heavily on the collective psyche of people.

LEONARD QUART: What do we do tomorrow?

Sunday, 22 Jan 2017 - For me it's not a protest against the legitimacy of the election but against a compulsive liar of a president who feels morally odious.

LEONARD QUART: Marching against Trump

Monday, 14 Nov 2016 - For a moment, I felt it was the 60s again, and I was back marching against the Vietnam War. I felt exhilarated, but I knew I would feel let down a few hours later.

LEONARD QUART: Village Halloween Parade 2016

Friday, 4 Nov 2016 - The New York Halloween Parade is the largest celebration of its kind in the world and has been picked by Festivals International as “The Best Event in the World” for October 31.

LEONARD QUART: Sound and silence

Monday, 10 Oct 2016 - New York is a dynamic, vibrant city, but one whose constant clamor allows, at least in Manhattan, few moments of serenity. Some people love the din.

LEONARD QUART: A tale of two cities

Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016 - Despite the newspaper articles depicting the gentrification of the South Bronx, life in the projects and much of the surrounding streets is of a much different order.

LEONARD QUART: Parades and reunions

Wednesday, 29 Jun 2016 - I am normally pessimistic about the nature and future of American society, but the Gay Pride march made me feel, for the moment, optimistic.