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Te Reo Māori Pseudoglyphs

“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”

Ko te katoa o nga tangata i te whanaungatanga mai e watea ana i nga here katoa.

Pseudoglyphs

Two things that happened today

I want to tell you about two interesting things that happened today.

My first class of the day is with my boss’s son. I’m teaching him reading skills, writing, and presentation skills in preparation to enter a high school in New Zealand. 485 more words

Korea

All You Need is Kill (Book Review)

If you’re an avid movie goer (or not,  information spreads through all sorts of channels these days) you may have seen the trailer for the new Tom Cruise sci-fi action movie titled Edge of Tomorrow. 567 more words

Reviews

ReelReviews #12: Push (2009)

APRIL 3, 2013 SCREENING: PUSH (2009)

I’m not really sure what to make of Push (2009). The film marked Dakota Fanning’s first transitional role from child to adult actor, and did so with a bang. 604 more words

Adaptations

Truth, Memory and History in Cinema

“All cinema is political.”

Jean-Luc Comolli and Jean Narboni argued that there is no such thing as cinema free from the ideologies within which it is borne in… 755 more words

Filmmaking

Let The Right One In - notes

NB: these are my notes, not a review – so you might not want to read them if you’ve not seen it yet.

The Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 novel Låt den Rätte Komma In, published in English as Let the Right One In, has unusually manifested in multiple adaptations, each of which takes a slightly different approach to the material.  813 more words

Reviews