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Film studies as a Self-Absorbed & Power Obsessed Field

I think Film Studies can sometimes be self-absorbed and maybe even power-obsessed in that we put a good amount of our focus on the power of the camera (which is definitely necessary) but we often forget about why we first fell in love with the cinema, which is that we consider ourselves storytellers, and we forget the content. 136 more words

Scholarly Sources and Critical Perspectives on The Exorcist

Before launching into my annotated bibliography: I first want to explain my thought-process and organizational structure with regard to the variety of sources I’ve compiled thus far. 2,449 more words

Semester-Long Film Studies Project

My film curse 

So I love films! I mean I really love films! From my early teens I remember heading down to the Video Nest (great name right?!) by my house to rent a new film. 411 more words

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Book Review: NEGATIVE ENERGY

Negative Energy, by Richard Livermore.
24 Essays and Blogs. Elefantasia Press, 2016

ISBN: 976-1911357-17-9                  Price £.7.99 (Postage free in the UK)

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2 Poldark: 1-3 (as seen on the BBC): a different emotional temperature


Kyle Soller as Francis Poldark returned from Bodmin, with his son, Geoffrey Charles

Ross: “Have I told you what I feel about a disobedient wife?”

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Todorov's Narrative Theory

Todorov’s theory of narrative suggests that all narratives follow the same cycle. Some narratives will repeat this cycle over and over, whereas others will have multiple narratives running alongside each other. 472 more words

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