Film Class

16 Feb 19
Newsessentials Blog

Posted: December 16, 2005 By: Joel Brind, Ph.D. Dr. Brind briefly explains exactly what birth control pills and morning after pills are, how they affect the body and what risks they entail. He then asks why there is a campaign to make these substances available without a prescription for contraception and abortion in one case, when […]

16 Feb 19
Making memories for mum

Well we had to be out of the house by 9.30 this morning. I discovered my photography course was on which ment no time for a baby sitter or to get Bella over to her Grandparents so I brought my mini photographer with me. I felt exhausted pushing the pram over the other side of […]

16 Feb 19
The Confluence: share your experience

Learning Languages is like Constructing Bridges to Other Cultures. Learning languages is probably one of the best ways to help you to improve your academic opportunities and expand your professional networking. However, it is quite obvious, right? Let’s go beyond. Thus, I have listed below seven (and other quick) reasons why you should consider learning […]

16 Feb 19
Gavin's Performance Blog

To tell you the truth, I was a bit stumped at first as to why there was a professor of microbiology in our performance class when I arrived to the soundstage to meet for our week four session. My first question was: “what the hell does microbiology have to do with the performing arts?” As […]

16 Feb 19
Building Everest

Landschlacht, Switzerland, Saturday 15 February 2019 I have been to Paris only twice in my life: by myself for three days in November 1996 and with my wife for five days during the Easter season in 2002. On the first visit I had liberty on my own to explore but not a lot of money. […]

16 Feb 19
Like a Boss

New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of 2 main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation. Capital Wellington, on the North Island, is home to Te Papa Tongarewa, the expansive national muséum (and many good breweries ahah…). Wellington’s dramatic Mt. Victoria, along with the South Island’s Fiordland and Southern Lakes, […]

16 Feb 19
All Things Sports

The NFL and CFB seasons are finally over! It’s time for mock draft season! That being said, here’s my first mock draft for the year! That being said, I am writing my mock draft in two different ways. Firstly for those of you who don’t wish to read through a long explanation for each pick, […]

16 Feb 19
crankin'sense

If you’re looking to improve your control on tight, twisty trails then this Vital MTB RAW episode with 50:01′s Josh ‘Loose Dog’ Lewis could be just what you need! As with most of the 50:01 output, this is a stripped back, low-fi film but the riding on show oozes class and the filming angles give […]

16 Feb 19
The Assistant

Happy Valentine’s everyone! I hope you were able to spend time with your loved ones and all that sappy stuff. I, for one, had my first single Valentine’s Day in five years, so Instagram was pretty annoying on Thursday. Anyway, let’s get to it, shall we? My wonderful boss, Lizzie is sick with the flu, […]

16 Feb 19
Su Cool for School

It seems my New Year’s resolution to write blog posts more often has been quite quickly abandoned (but is it really a New Year’s resolution if you don’t actually fail to follow through, and realize there is no magical self-motivation that appears with the change of a number on a calendar?) I’m already well into […]

16 Feb 19
The Lost Highway Hotel

Director: Lee Chang-Dong Stars: Yoo Ah-In, Steven Yeun, Jun Jong-Seo  The first we know of Lee (Yoo Ah-In) is a wisp of smoke curling out from around a wall in the opening shot. Over the course of two and a half languid, beguiling hours, this sinuous trail will become an emblem of sorts. His chain-smoking travels ultimately take him […]

16 Feb 19
Group Four

This week was less of a group week and more individual work. We did not meet during class, as there were interactive analysis presentations. We did not meet outside of class this week, either, as it wasn’t necessary for our prepared schedule. We are currently preparing for the 8 week midterm presentations for our project. […]

16 Feb 19
what the kids want

By: Ethan Gordon Alex Turner always seemed like he hated what the Arctic Monkeys had become. After the success of AM, the Arctic Monkeys became the face of modern rock. With huge solos and crunching riffs on songs like “Do I Wanna Know?”, a generation of teenage boys who grew up salivating over Led Zeppelin […]

16 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Jameela Jamil is an English born actress, writer, DJ, model and radio host. She was discovered at 22 years old when she was teaching English in London, UK. Her first job in media was a main host on T4, the UK’s leading youth entertainment show where she made a name for herself interviewing famous actors […]

16 Feb 19
Boston University PRSSA

Welcome back to Voices of PRSSA, this month we’re talking to Yuele Li, a Junior who is double majoring in PR and Film and TV. She’s from Shanghai, China and is the Agency Director of Unleashed PR, BUPRSSA’s very own PR agency. Yuele is super talented in not only PR but also tennis, guitar, piano, […]