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Why the End of a Workout isn't Really the End.

THIS JUST IN exercising leads to the break down of muscle tissue and the weaken fibers. Millions everywhere wonder why they are told to exercise. It turns out the first sentence is true, which partly leads me into the topic of discussion: The end of a workout isn’t really the end. 333 more words

Film Studies

From the Desk of Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal: Politics and Media Practices

The following is a contribution from Gabriela Zamorano Villarrealauthor of Indigenous Media and Political Imaginaries in Contemporary Bolivia (July 2017). Zamorano Villarreal is a professor-researcher at El Colegio de Michoacán, Centro de Estudios Antropológicos in Zamora, Michoacán, México. 472 more words

Guest Blogs

Hedda Gabler from the National Theater in London -- an HD film

Closing moments of the play


It’s more than possible if you live near a theater or movie-house taking in the HD films sent to the US from several different theaters in London (the Old Vic, the National Theater, the Barbican) and elsewhere (Stratford-upon-Avon), you’ll see this Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler as directed by Ivo Van Hove, setting sand lighting Jan Versweyveld, advertised. 832 more words

Political Novels/films

Early forms of globalization - Hong Kong film

From the very beginning of its development, Hong Kong film industry has been facilitated and furthered to full blossom by forces from different directions. These forces, monetary, manpower, creative power and technologies, accidentally, forcefully or under explicit plans, converged in Hong Kong to make film and cinema a lucrative business. 927 more words

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LCS/COM 430 Film Studies

LCS/COM 430 Film Studies

Final Paper


5-7-pages, double-spaced, default margins, Times New Roman Font

In addition, Title Page, Works Cited Page


Section A: Due Monday, May 15th at 10am to the link at Blackboard. 410 more words

Academic Writing


This post gives me special satisfaction because its subject – the Scottish crime series Shetland – was recommended to me by one of Lanni’s List’s followers.  193 more words