Rabbit Proof Fence is a film created in 2002 by the director Phillip Noyce. The film is a story of three different aboriginal girls who first get taken away from their family and in turn end up being taken to … Continue reading An Australian’s response to Rabbit Proof Fence
Rabbit Proof Fence (2002) directed by Phillip Noyce is about three girls from Caucasian and Aboriginal descent trying to escape the camp, the Moore River native Settlement where they put children separated from their family because they are of Aboriginal … Continue reading Australia Separating Families
As a multimedia cinematic production major, you’d think I’d know a considerable amount about the difference between film camera and digital camera. My interest in cinema began my junior year of high school when I joined a yearbook class and … Continue reading Side by Side Response
Phillip Noyce’s Rabbit Proof Fence was a interesting and gripping film immediately from the get go. The story of three sisters being stripped from their mothers and taken to camps to be “civilized” by the white Australians gave no room … Continue reading Rabbit Proof Fence Response
I have lived in Hawaii for nearly two years now, completely ignorant of the history that surrounds the islands, in part due to my distaste in the subject and my general complacency for not knowing. I received no choice in … Continue reading Reaction to Act of War: The Overthrow of the Hawaiian Nation (1993)
Act of War: propaganda, fiction, truth or a tad of all three? I have watched this film no less than four times in the classroom and three other occasions for reinforcement in support of various projects or papers in my … Continue reading Act of War Film Review
I think for this semester in this class this was one of my favorite films. i like the journey Amelie goes in searching for the things that make people happy and i can really relate to her struggle to find … Continue reading Why does she keep making that face?