On 4/12/2017 the class did a workshop in MP 318. Using many different cameras but our first and the most amazing camera I have seen was the RED camera. Each person in class had a roll from lighting, sound, camera … Continue reading 2nd Workshop
Newton N. Minow is an American attorney and a former Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On May 9, 1961 upon Minow’s inauguration of becoming the new Chairman of the FCC, he shared a truly captivating speech … Continue reading Newton N. Minow.
Bicycle Thieves is an Italian drama film from 1948 directed by Vittorio De Sica. The film follows the story of a poor father Antonio searching for employment to sustain his family. He gets a job, but the bicycle that he … Continue reading Bicycle Thieves – a tale of desperation
In every generation there is a international issue that requires devote intention and depending on the majority morale of that century, will have a ripple effect on future generations for longer than we know. Today in our society we are … Continue reading Before the Flood
While watching The Piano, I was reminded of the movie The Red Violin. The Red Violin was inspired by the Red Mendelssohn, a $1.7 million dollar Stradivarius violin from 1720 with an odd red hue (believe it or not, this … Continue reading The Madness in the Music
When filmmakers are in the develop stage of their projects, they have specific ideas on what they want to present and how they will convey those messages to an audience. I often think about whether or not I have interpreted … Continue reading Baraka (1992)
For my first class of Global Cinema Studies, we did a screening on the award-winning movie Rabbit Proof Fence (2002). For some, it was their first encounter with the movie, but for me, that movie in particular already has a … Continue reading My reaction to Rabbit Proof Fence