Have you ever heard a tune you liked and tried to replicate it’s melody, whether using an instrument or your body? If so, I can tell you with confidence that you are, in fact, a musician. Continue reading
A director might perhaps be the most important aspect of a film. His or her interpretation and image of the film can be the very thing that makes or breaks it. And so, I’d like to give my own personal list of my own favorite directors.
Recently in AP Literature applied the SOAPSTone method of analysis to analyze advertisement and see how what techniques they use to garner attention for their product. Continue reading
We live in an age of cliche, and it can only get worse.
When we review film or media or any kind of work in general, its important to understand the internal conflict between your tastes and your objectivity.
The Trailer. A common sight of our society; it plays in ads, in movie theaters, and in our TVs, and because of that it seems like a simple thing, at most being only 2-3 minutes long. But the trailer, in reality, is a complex package of decisions, ones that could make or break its movie.
Hi everybody! My name is Chris, I won the grueling rock-paper-scissors tournament that we had a couple weeks ago and that’s why I’m blogging last.
I’ll be doing all things technology for this group which for now will just be managing this website and I’ll be writing our book with the rest of the group as well. Hopefully, my job will expand to other things as we progress through the different stages of publishing our book.
What I Want to Do With Our Book
To be honest, I’d never really considered writing a book until now. I guess that’s why it’s so exciting! We’re all still not entirely sure what we’re going to write about, but we have a couple ideas bouncing back and forth between us. I hope that these blog posts and updates will both inform and inspire people, whether they’re high school students like us, or adults. Maybe some of you will decide to pursue your passion in creative work like we are.