‘Lost in Translation’ is a Romance/Drama by Sofia Coppola; a 2003 film that follows characters Charlotte and Bob, and their respective dissatisfaction for their trips to Tokyo. Through their glances across a hotel, a friendship is built where each learn about their counterpart’s life, and take good lessons from each other. Bob sums this up … Continue reading LOST IN TRANSLATION: A DIVE INTO ISOLATION AND DISSATISFACTION
With reference to illustrated examples and critical writing, discuss the importance of experimental filmmaking as a form of art practice. What insights does it bring and what does this require of audiences? It is undeniable that experimental film, and its similar sister movements, are part of the building blocks of the conventional fictional cinema we … Continue reading DELVING INTO WHY WE NEED EXPERIMENTAL FILM: AN EXPERIMENTAL SHORT FORM ESSAY
WHY I LOVE LOVE STORIES, BUT ALSO LOVE BEING SINGLE. IN RESPONSE TO ‘ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND’.
I think there is a lot to be said about affection and attention in this world. I grew up in a generation that spent their teenage years surrounded by social media and dictated with what attention they were grasping from different sources. I think many of us were hung up on the idea of love, … Continue reading WHY I LOVE LOVE STORIES, BUT ALSO LOVE BEING SINGLE. IN RESPONSE TO ‘ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND’.