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I started off by researching the likes of Da Vinci and Michelangelo’s drawing of the anatomy, not just human but birds as well. I gathered data on their earliest drawings of birds which included the wing structure and how the feathers covered the wing, but also plumage, claws and beaks. 188 more words

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Introduction to Aristophanes, The Birds

By working with Aristophanes play: The Birds, we will design a series of costumes both on paper and in 1/4 scale model form. Therefore, we will gain an understanding of the historical, contextual, and design principles relating to period costume design. 26 more words

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Cinema And The Ear

Walter Murch said ” We begin to hear before we are born, four and a half months after conception. From then on , we develop in a continuous and luxurious bath of sound (….) throughout the second four and a half months , sound rules as solitary queen of the senses” (Murch 143) .When I think back to silent films I generally find it very hard to imagine going to see a movie that didn’t have any sound for in 2016 I am the sort of person who goes to see a film and comes out amazed at not only the vocal acting ability of the many talented actors but also the incredible soundtracks from a film . 452 more words

WHAT'S ON MAY: Citizens Young Co present The Birds

Following last year’s sell-out run of Southside Stories, the Citizens Young Co. are returning to the Citizens’ Circle Studio with cheeky comedy,The Birds by… 349 more words


A look into my composition class..

Assignment: to dissect a scene from Alfred Hitchock’s The Birds and create a study based off of some aspect of it

I specifically chose to focus on a part of a scene in the movie where the woman runs into a phone booth to escape from the Birds. 365 more words


A day at Bodega Bay

More like a windy afternoon.

A friend and I decided to take a day trip to Bodega Bay, California, the town where Alfred Hitchcock shot ‘The Birds,’ as well as visit the coast. 67 more words

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Get Your Ticket Punched for Cloud Cuckoo Land

Here’s a rave review of “The Birds” production from Classical Theatre Company by Houston Press!

The Greeks certainly had a word for it – originality. 794 more words