By Michael Andreacchio Alfonso Cuarón’s 2006 bleak dystopian thriller is more than meets the eye.
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By Michael Andreacchio P.T. Anderson’s 2002 film is a romantic comedy on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Essay written by Anastasia Tomko for Film Studies- 11/2018 In films, characters are often much like real life people in the way screenwriters portray the ways they perceive other people and the larger world around them. Sometimes this perception deceives… Read More ›
FSJ writer Holly Keehn conducted an interview with Tamlin Hall, writer, producer, and director of the award-winning film Holden On.
By Holly Keehn I thought creative non-fiction class would be boring, here’s why I was completely wrong.