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The Father of Cinéma Vérité

https://prezi.com/fogolkvcrc7m/ The concept of Cinéma Vérité is more than an approach to filmmaking, it is a concept that speaks to the heart of humanity. Cinéma Vérité was an organic documentary style adopted all over the world, however one man, one … Continue reading

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Women in Sports Movies

The Sports Illustrated’s “’Greatest Sports Movies’ of All Time list” ranks the best films from the genre. On the list are films such as: Field of Dreams, (1989) Rocky, (1976) and Raging Bull. (1980) However, only two films amongst the … Continue reading

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Actress turned Producer turned Director

For the overly optimistic it may appear that women have taken strides toward equality in the current entertainment industry job market. However, reality could not be further from the truth. Even though, Kathryn Bigelow broke through the glass ceiling and … Continue reading

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Where, What, and Why?

It has been over 6 months since I have posted on Script to Screen. I used to love blogging, but honestly it gets old pretty fast. In the past 6 months my life has changed significantly. In one way it … Continue reading

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Magical Realism

As a writer myself, I did not understand “Magical Realism” as a genre until this semester. I think Magical Realism itself will pick up in popularity as we continue to move into the future. I believe this because Magical Realism … Continue reading

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Cinema 103

I am currently taking one of the last courses needed before I receive my AA in Cinema. Cinema 103 is the second half of a two course series studying the History of Movies. The first course covers everything from the … Continue reading

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Why the Brain Can’t Hear

“Millions of Americans have difficulty understanding spoken language. They’re not deaf, autistic, or slow.” They have a condition called APD, or the auditory equivalent of dyslexia. Its debilitating effects can be traced across all ages, genders, and races. “APD can … Continue reading

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