#ThesisThursday: “Child’s Play or Adult Escapism?: An Ethnographic Study on Animation Film Audiences”

Child’s Play or Adult Escapism?: An Ethnographic Study on Animation Film Audiences It is a public misunderstanding that people refer to animations as children films. I am curious as to why this belief exists and if it is common amongst most film audiences. As Walt Disney said, “I do not make films primarily for children.… Read More #ThesisThursday: “Child’s Play or Adult Escapism?: An Ethnographic Study on Animation Film Audiences”

#ThesisThursday: “Massive Paws, Killer Claws, and Deformities: Horror and Otherness within the Role of Disney’s Monsters”

With Disney’s live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast soon approaching, I would like to share my thesis regarding the Gothic themes within the roles of the monstrous and feminine Other represented in some of Disney’s “renaissance” animations. Despite Disney’s traditional “happily ever-after” resolution for their animated feature films, Beauty and the Beast (1991) and The Hunchback of… Read More #ThesisThursday: “Massive Paws, Killer Claws, and Deformities: Horror and Otherness within the Role of Disney’s Monsters”