By Andrew Harwood What is life?  The question that has stumped freshman college students and ignited debates between scholars is just as prevalent now than ever. What is the purpose of working, studying, hanging out with friends and sleeping just to do it all over again the next day? As existential as it sounds, this […]

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By Andrew Harwood Originality is one of the key elements of creating a story. Careful not to rip off or steal someone else’s idea, you sit at your desk — in quarantine — rewriting a script for the fifth time because someone you sampled it to said it reminds them too much of “that film […]

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By Andrew Harwood A new year, the exact same series. Welcome back, cinephiles.  For the most part, this series has focused on the larger genres of film. From comedies to thrillers, mysteries to film noir. So, this week, let’s change that.  Film — more or less — is conveyed through textbook rules. Typically, film is […]

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