#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”

#FilmFriday–M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” (2017)

**Warning: May Contain Spoilers** As many of you know, Split (2017) has become M. Night Shyamalan’s most successful film in recent memory. James McAvoy’s eerie performances paired with Shyamalan’s subjective camera work creates an intimate experience filled with suspense and tension. The course of the film leaves the audience disoriented by its limited perspective created through an array… Read More #FilmFriday–M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” (2017)