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Review: Split (Shyamalan, 2016)

I heard about this film being released pretty much as soon as it was announced, I saw it advertised on social media, saw it was a Shyamalan film and knew I needed to know more. 1,043 more words

Split: The Joy Of Keeping It Simple

Thank whatever deity is out that that M. Night Shyamalan returned to narrow focus films. After a decade of making larger films that could best be described as ranging from flawed to mind boggling, Shyamalan went back to smaller films with 2015’s The Visit and now with 2017’s Split. 1,402 more words

Films

Screen Industries: Professional Development

This week, I have started the second module in my MA Writing for Script and Screen, entitled Screen Industries: Professional Development.

As part of this module, I am required to undertake some market research and investigate a specific marketplace within the worlds of film, TV or video games. 267 more words

Screenwriting

On parle cine

Aujourd’hui, on parle cinema…

Artiste

Monster Monday: Death Note

Okay, so this film is new to Netflix and already has had a ton of controversy considering they cast an all-white cast for a film based on the anime show and manga of the same name. 527 more words

M. Night Hitchcock

There’s something unusual and special about Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds.” The film doesn’t provoke fear or terror so much as anxiety. Tension as a low hum that rises until its deafening. 749 more words

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