Ernest Hemingway in Popular Culture

Events (3)

Hemingway Days in Key West, Florida

Hemingway Society Conferences

Michigan Hemingway Society Fall Conference

 

Film and Television (17)

“Bogart and Hemingway” by Hemingway biographer Jeffrey Meyers for the Summer 1996 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Decoding Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris” by Joseph Berger for the New York Times 27 May 2011

Ernest Hemingway filmography on Internet Movie Database

Hemingway and Gellhorn HBO site

“Hemingway on Film:  Six Films that Take Him from a WWI Hotshot Almost to the Bitter End” by Gary M. Kramer for Salon.com, 10 June 2016

“Hemingway on Hemingway and Hollywood,” an interview with Patrick Hemingway by Mary Claire Kendall for Forbes, 21 July 2012

“Hemingway Said What?  A Cultural Cheat Sheet for Midnight in Paris” by Reeves Wiedeman and Eric Nussbaum for Atlantic 10 June 2011

“Hollywood Hemingway:  How the Movies Mangled Great Fiction” by David Haglund for Slate.com, 13 April 2007

“How One Hemingway Short Story Became Three Different Movies” by J.R. Jones for the Chicago Reader, 30 July 2015

“Imagining Hemingway’s Marriage,” an interview with the director of Hemingway and Gellhorn by Margaret Barra for Atlantic, 29 May 2012

“An Immovable Feast?  Another Look at Henry King’s The Sun Also Rises” by Gordon Thomas in 1 Feb. 2007 Bright Lights Film Journal

“In ‘Hemingway and Gellhorn,’ Martha Gellhorn Finally Gets Her Due” by Alexandra Fuller for 14 May 2012 Newsweek 

“Papa Don’t Preach:  HBO’s Hemingway and Gellhorn Celebrates the Cult of Ernest Even As It Laments His Descent into Self-Caricature” by Troy Patterson for Slate.com, 28 May 2012

Papa:  Hemingway in Cuba Promises Hemingway, Cuba, Gunfights” by Matthew Dessem for Slate.com, 20 March 2016 

“Power Couple, Covering War (and Waging Their Own” by Susan Stamberg for 22 May 2012 Morning Edition on National Public Radio 

“No Time for Tulips:  On Hemingway and Gellhorn” about the HBO film Hemingway and Gellhorn by James Wolcott for 3 June 2012 Vanity Fair blog

“There’s Something about Harry:  To Have and Have Not as Novel and Film” by Ed Krzemienski in 1 Aug. 1999 Bright Lights Journal

 

Film Trailers (11)

A Farewell to Arms (1957)

For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)

Garden of Eden (2008)

Hemingway and Gellhorn (2012)

Hemingway’s Adventures of a Young Man (1962)

In Love and War (1997)

Midnight in Paris (2007)

The Old Man and the Sea (1958)

The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)

The Sun Also Rises (1957)

To Have and Have Not (1944)

 

Just for Fun (9)

“Across the River and into the Grille,” a parody of Across the River and into the Trees, by E.B. White for the 14 Oct. 1950 New Yorker

“A Visit from St. Nicholas (in the Ernest Hemingway Manner)” by James Thurber for the 24 Dec. 1927 New Yorker

“Hemingway App makes your writing bold and clear”

“Homage to Hemingway,” a short story by Julian Barnes, in the 4 July 2011 New Yorker

A Farewell to Arms, a 15-second video from Ad Agency Ogilvy and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

For Whom the Bell Tolls, a 15-second video from Ad Agency Ogilvy and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

Michael Palin’s Hemingway Adventure

The Old Man and the Sea, a four-minute stop-motion animation by Hagen Reiling and Marcel Schindler

The Old Man and the Sea, a 15-second video from Ad Agency Ogilvy and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

 

Products (1)

The Ernest Hemingway Collection 

 

Recipes and Food (13)

“Dining with Papa Hemingway” (featuring several recipes, for Visitandines, Sea Bass Grilled with Butter and Herbs, Celery Remoulade, Small Radishes, and Home-Pickled Mushrooms, a menu from The Garden of Eden, all from the Hemingway Cookbook by Craig Boreth) for the 20 December 1998 Washington Post

“Ernest Hemingway’s Cold Cucumber Soup,” a recipe Grace Hall Hemingway published in The Nineteenth Century Women’s Club Historical Centennial Cookbook, reproduced in  the Hemingway Cookbook by Craig Boreth

“For Whom the Grill Tolls:  Make Ernest Hemingway’s Hamburgers” by Gwen Ihnat for The Takeout, 9 May 2018

“Ernest Hemingway’s Summer Camping Recipes” from Open Culture

“Hemingway Daiquiri Recipe” from 15 April 2013 Saveur magazine

“Hemingway’s Hamburger” by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan for the 16 September 2013 Paris Review

“Hemingway’s Recipe for Fillet of Lion” (from the Hemingway Cookbook by Craig Boreth) by Kristin Fawcett for Mental Floss 25 August 2015

“How to Cook Trout Au Bleu:  This recipe for whole trout was a favorite meal of Ernest Hemingway” by Jonathan Miles for Field and Stream magazine,27 March 2018

“How to Make a Burger like Ernest Hemingway” by Eric Vilas-Boas for Town and Country magazine, 20 June 2017

Interview with Craig Boreth, author of the Hemingway Cookbook, and recipes for Young Tom Hudson’s Leeks and Mount Everest Special

“Papa Doble” and “Mount Everest Special” from the Hemingway Cookbook by Craig Boreth for Cookbook of the Day blog

“The Story (and Recipe) behind the Hemingway Daiquiri” by Dylan Garret for Wine Enthusiast, 21 July 2017

“Trout Cooked with Cured Ham” from the Hemingway Cookbook by Craig Boreth, for Home and Family, a television program of the Hallmark Channel