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  • Annie Kapur
    Published about 5 hours ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to: The Sublime

    A Filmmaker's Guide to: The Sublime

    In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re actually going to be learning about literature and film together. I understand that many of you are sitting in university during difficult times and finding it increasingly hard to study and I understand that many of you who are not at university or not planning on it are possibly stuck of what to do, need a break or even need to catch up on learning film before you get to the next level. This guide will be brief but will also contain: new vocabulary, concepts and theories, films to watch and we will be exploring something taboo until now in the ‘filmmaker’s guide’ - academia (abyss opens). Each article will explore a different concept of film, philosophy, literature or bibliography/filmography etc. in order to give you something new to learn each time we see each other. You can use some of the words amongst family and friends to sound clever or you can get back to me (email in bio) and tell me how you’re doing. So, strap in and prepare for the filmmaker’s guide to film studies because it is going to be one wild ride.
  • Steven Christopher McKnight
    Published about 19 hours ago
    On Flip McVicker

    On Flip McVicker

    Over the course of 2020, I have rewatched the entirety of Netflix Original Series BoJack Horseman at least twice. “Why?” my friends ask. “Research,” I say, not researching a thing. To be honest, I just like passing the time. However, in rewatching Season 5 of BoJack Horseman, I’ve come to realize what a fascinating character Flip McVicker is. Flip, voiced by escaped clone of Freddie Mercury Rami Malik, is the eccentric, low-energy, high-maintenance lead writer of Philbert, the show within the show that titular character BoJack Horseman stars in as titular character within titular character Philbert. Season 5 marked a violent shift in the show’s timbre, between BoJack’s newfound addiction to painkillers, Princess Caroline’s eternal quest to balance producing a show and adopting a baby, and Diane’s divorce from Mr. Peanutbutter. Setting the stage? Flip McVicker.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published about 22 hours ago
    General Hospital Rumor: Julian and Lulu are leaving Port Charles

    General Hospital Rumor: Julian and Lulu are leaving Port Charles

    According to Daytime Confidential and Celebrating the Soaps, General Hospital is making some cast cuts. The first two rumored to be fired are William DeVry and Emme Rylan. Viewers expected Julian Jerome to possibly be sent away to jail once his crimes came to light or for Sonny to kill him. Dante just returned to Port Charles so Lulu leaving does not make sense, unless they reunite and go together. No details have been given on how Lulu and Julian might exit and William deVry has not said anything specific on social media. Both sources did indicate that more cast cuts would follow. Who will be next is anybody’s guess but Jackie might be on the list. Once the truth comes out that she and Finn has been lovers, and she wraps up her work with Lulu she might leave town.
  • karen jodes capanan
    Published about 22 hours ago
    My Hero Academia: Mysteries of One for All Quirk

    My Hero Academia: Mysteries of One for All Quirk

    There is no shortage of superpowers (called Quirks) in the world of My Hero Academia. However, one still stands out as arguably the most terrifying and powerful known as All for One. It can give its user the power to steal Quirks from others. Even though the Quirk itself is not so powerful, it has collected hundreds of them; it becomes almost impossible to defeat the user. During the rise of Quirks, a century ago, All for One was owned by a man known as Shigaraki. He later went on to become All for One, the leader of villains.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 2 days ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to: Parody

    A Filmmaker's Guide to: Parody

    In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re actually going to be learning about literature and film together. I understand that many of you are sitting in university during difficult times and finding it increasingly hard to study and I understand that many of you who are not at university or not planning on it are possibly stuck of what to do, need a break or even need to catch up on learning film before you get to the next level. This guide will be brief but will also contain: new vocabulary, concepts and theories, films to watch and we will be exploring something taboo until now in the ‘filmmaker’s guide’ - academia (abyss opens). Each article will explore a different concept of film, philosophy, literature or bibliography/filmography etc. in order to give you something new to learn each time we see each other. You can use some of the words amongst family and friends to sound clever or you can get back to me (email in bio) and tell me how you’re doing. So, strap in and prepare for the filmmaker’s guide to film studies because it is going to be one wild ride.
  • Culture Slate
    Published 3 days ago
    Thor: Love and Thunder: Natalie Portman Teases ‘Really Silly’ Parts in Marvel Sequels

    Thor: Love and Thunder: Natalie Portman Teases ‘Really Silly’ Parts in Marvel Sequels

    As we all know by now that Marvel Studios has been back on gearing up their upcoming productions on phase 4. We can finally start seeing images, clips, behind the scenes, posters, interviews, promos, news, etc from a dozen new projects from Marvel Studios with about eight confirmed movies. While phase 4 will kick off with the highly anticipated TV series WandaVision, which premiering on Disney+ in the end of this year and the highly anticipated Black Widow movie next May 2021, which was postponed from May 2020 release due to pandemic.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 3 days ago
    Thomas and Zende are up to no good on The Bold and the Beautiful

    Thomas and Zende are up to no good on The Bold and the Beautiful

    Zende Forrester returned to LA with a bang. He went straight back to work at the family fashion business and Hope chose him to be her designer. Thomas does not like this at all and is trying his best to regain his position in the company. Both men have agendas that are not clear to those around them. They are related by adoption but it's obvious they think alike. Thomas is still hung up on Hope and Zende has set his sights on Zoe. Both men are willing to do whatever it takes to have their way no matter who gets hurt in the process.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 4 days ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to: In Media Res

    A Filmmaker's Guide to: In Media Res

    In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re actually going to be learning about literature and film together. I understand that many of you are sitting in university during difficult times and finding it increasingly hard to study and I understand that many of you who are not at university or not planning on it are possibly stuck of what to do, need a break or even need to catch up on learning film before you get to the next level. This guide will be brief but will also contain: new vocabulary, concepts and theories, films to watch and we will be exploring something taboo until now in the ‘filmmaker’s guide’ - academia (abyss opens). Each article will explore a different concept of film, philosophy, literature or bibliography/filmography etc. in order to give you something new to learn each time we see each other. You can use some of the words amongst family and friends to sound clever or you can get back to me (email in bio) and tell me how you’re doing. So, strap in and prepare for the filmmaker’s guide to film studies because it is going to be one wild ride.
  • Bea Jones
    Published 8 days ago
    Talking With: Bryan McClure Star of “In Other Word”

    Talking With: Bryan McClure Star of “In Other Word”

    This edition of Talking With focuses on actor Bryan McClure, who stars as the romantic lead True Andrews in the indie comedy feature film “In Other Words.”
  • Jesse Day
    Published 9 days ago
    Why Bojack Horseman’s “Hollyhock” would make a fantastic sequel series

    Why Bojack Horseman’s “Hollyhock” would make a fantastic sequel series

    Netflix’s Bojack Horseman ​ came to a perfectly satisfying conclusion earlier this year. Unfortunately, Bojack’s half-sister, Hollyhock, had countless unresolved story beats. From the letter she wrote Bojack, to her complicated family tree, Hollyhock has plenty of story beats already established. Not to mention, those that are hinted towards, yet never developed. Although no sequel series is currently confirmed to be in the works, Hollyhock Manheim-Mannheim-Guerrero-Robinson-Zilberschlag-Hsung-Fonzerelli-McQuack would be the perfect main character if one were to be made.
  • Tharen Koelsch
    Published 10 days ago
    The King of Game of Thrones

    The King of Game of Thrones

    May of 2019 was a different time. We could still go to school and work. Masks were something for Halloween, not each time you step out the door. And we did not yet know the end of Game of Thrones.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 12 days ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to: Bathos and Anti-Climax

    A Filmmaker's Guide to: Bathos and Anti-Climax

    In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re actually going to be learning about literature and film together. I understand that many of you are sitting in university during difficult times and finding it increasingly hard to study and I understand that many of you who are not at university or not planning on it are possibly stuck of what to do, need a break or even need to catch up on learning film before you get to the next level. This guide will be brief but will also contain: new vocabulary, concepts and theories, films to watch and we will be exploring something taboo until now in the ‘filmmaker’s guide’ - academia (abyss opens). Each article will explore a different concept of film, philosophy, literature or bibliography/filmography etc. in order to give you something new to learn each time we see each other. You can use some of the words amongst family and friends to sound clever or you can get back to me (email in bio) and tell me how you’re doing. So, strap in and prepare for the filmmaker’s guide to film studies because it is going to be one wild ride.