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Vertigo

         

        Having been on my watch list for a few years, Vertigo was one of the films I was most looking forward to. It was my first time watching it and I hesitatingly admit that I was disappointed. 384 more words

'Nocturnal Animals' - Movie Review: Tom Ford's Second Feature Is Reminiscent To A Hitchcockian Noir Thriller

| An art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husband’s novel, a violent thriller she interprets as a veiled threat and a symbolic revenge tale. 913 more words

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Icarus has fallen and Mrs. Ramsay has died.

A recent BBC article touched on something that I’ve always had a deep connection to: the background details, information, contexts, of our lives. Without knowing where, or when, or under what peculiar circumstances an action is occurring, it cannot deliver the full impact of its message to us. 722 more words

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Lesson Plan: Film Scores Addendum

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This is just a quick addendum to my music-themed lesson on Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity (2013) from my Intro to Film course, which I posted earlier… 1,052 more words

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Movie Poster

Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” movie poster redesigned and photography by me.

Lesson Plan: Lying Narration in Cinema and Videogames

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In my 2013 “Comparative Media Poetics: Cinema and Videogames” course, I devoted a week to the genres of mystery and suspense. In this first class of this week, we discussed theory. 3,027 more words

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