Considering I study film and everything surrounding it, you would think that I would have more blog posts dedicated to the topic; though there are a handful on the site already. Up until I decided to start pursuing the subject as a degree full time, I always saw films as time-fillers. I know, I can [...]
''The things that you think of as weaknesses now, will one day be your biggest strengths.'' Originally posted on The National Student.
Is Black female representation as presented in film just a trend? Originally posted on The National Student.
In the midst of the US President's continued active denial of climate change and Prime Minister Boris Johnson's unclear stance on the issue, we sit in the most brutally severe heatwave we've had since 1911. It's easy for anybody to feel discouraged and anxious about the environmental trajectory. As a student or young person, there [...]
This is more of a laid back July post. So right now we're sitting in my least favourite season, summer. Yes, you read me correctly- summer is my least favourite season as I've mentioned previously in other blogposts. Anyway, the last couple of months have been rather tumultuous for me to say the least. There [...]
A piece exploring the impact of Djuna Barnes in queer literature. Originally posted on The National Student.
An interview with American-Chinese director Andrew Thomas Huang on collaborating with artists such as Björk and FKA Twigs, connecting to his heritage and finding inspiration within nature.