Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? Hi Fiona- I’m Melbin Parappallil and I’m 25 years old. Fiona: Where are you from? I’m an Indian writer from Kerala particularly from Idukki District. […]
The Indiana men’s basketball program faced the disappointment of not hearing their name called for the 2019 NCAA Tournament. But the show goes on. As part of the “first four out” of the big dance, the Hoosiers earned a No. 1 seed in the National Invitational Tournament. While the lights aren’t quite as bright in […]
“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.” –Pablo Neruda Welcome to Butterfly Language, a look at the world inside and outside my head.
Beat based editing exercise – REM Music video edit We were given a task to learn and practice how to edit a music video on the computer. Each of us were given a music video that had a lot clips and we were told to put together a music video while editing the clips and […]
International Prince scholarship continues apace with the BATDANCE symposium at Spelman College, Atlanta. At the end of the month I’ll presenting new research on the the evolution of the Batman soundtrack album, the eleventh full-length studio album by Prince, and the first and only soundtrack album by Prince for a movie in which he was […]
Donovan Mitchell on his recent success, future in the Dunk Contest, film study, how close he came to pursuing a pro baseball career and more.
Ding Bangus, a skateboarding Filipino college dropout is mistakenly marked for death by motorcycle riding vigilante assassins and must rely on Clutch ‘Cobra’ Carsten – a crazy American UFC fighter wannabe – to save his life! CAST LIST: Various: Madeleine Eddy Governor Mukong: Isai Riveras Blas Narrator: Val Cole Ding: Dustin Ragucos Clutch: Steve Rizzo […]
For those of you who couldn’t make it to our April 6th class, Building Believable Love Stories (led by Katherine Cerulean), here’s a taste of what we discussed — Make your characters interesting. The best way to make me believe the love story is to make me believe in them. No matter how good the blueprint, […]
Shelby Silvernell – add tags Can you tell us a little bit about your background, your current position and how you got into the field of visual resources?My background is in studio arts and photography, and I graduated with a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. Internships in college were my first exposure to […]
“When I began playing vaudeville engagements with my sisters, he helped coach us. He told me to put all my enthusiasm into a song. Doing that would make the audiences like me, he said, even if they didn’t like the song.” – Judy Garland about her father, Frank Gumm, as quoted in 1955 March 20, […]
Upon starting the FMP project in March, I originally came up with the idea to create a short action-thriller film. I began the project proposal and research before having a stock change of heart to the current documentary topic I am doing now. However, the work that went into this project is still worth noting […]
Electric Guitar with electronics, Experimental Jazz, free improvisional solo set The music of Puerto Rican guitarist and composer Federico Balducci can be described as a mixture of classical and ambient music with unusually intricate harmonies. His passion for music led him to study at institutions such as the Interamerican University, where he studied jazz guitar, […]
Gaby writes an emotional essay sending love to Lady Bird and her mother.
Images from our data of (left) a functioning flagellar motor, and (right) a flagellar motor in the process of disassembling. Credit: Morgan Beeby, Imperial College London In favorable conditions, many bacteria propel themselves to food sources and other sites of interest using whip-like molecular propellers known as flagella. However, according to new research published on…
My Husband Won’t Fit is about, perhaps unsurprisingly, a husband who won’t fit – his penis, that is. But it isn’t because he’s lugging around a gargantuan hog or because he can’t get it up or anything of that sort; he won’t fit because his wife can’t accommodate him. Ah, Japan. Never change. This is an […]
Black-and-White are never just black and white, but hundreds of shades between them. The gradations of grey in black and white made it a darling of filmmakers ever since the silent era. In the 1930s and 1940s, Technicolor made everything in Hollywood looks pretty. Those filmmakers who wanted to explore the shades of characters, the […]