Monthly Archives: April 2015

Riverrun Film Festival and Brutality in Film — Blake Rutledge

Last week, I had one of the most unique viewing experiences I’ve ever had. Not only did I get to experience my first time at Winston-Salem’s own Riverrun Film Festival, but I also saw a movie with literally not a … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones: Storylines Converge and Sansa Grows — Alex Dudley

Game of Thrones is heating up, guys… Although I wrote about Game of Thrones last week, Madeline requested that I do it again, so I will! [Warning: SPOILERS]

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Story and Storyteller – Caroline Gill

This semester in Stokes Piercy’s screenwriting class, I embarked on a project that has since become quite prominent in my day-to-day life. In fact, I can almost guarantee that if you’ve come in contact with me in the last 2 … Continue reading

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl -Kelly McAdam

One film I’m excited to see this summer is Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. I’ve only seen the trailer, but it seems to be one of the coming of age films that I typically enjoy. Cute, quirky, touching, … Continue reading

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Commentary on Blood Diamond- Katherine Roberts

This weekend, I finally set aside a full three hours to watch a film that I have heard great things about, Blood Diamond. This film tells the story of a diamond smuggler, set during the Sierra Leon Civil War, who … Continue reading

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Boyhood – Ziba Klein

I watched Boyhood over the weekend and the 2 hours and 45 minutes went surprisingly quickly. I was amazed at the fact that the main protagonist, Mason Evans Junior, literally grows up before your eyes.

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Wayward Pines Sneak Preview- Emily Jo Williams

Although some critics have been harsh about M. Night Shymalan’s television debut, I found the sneak preview of¬†Wayward Pines¬†to be invigorating and refreshing. Perhaps my anticipation for the show clouded my judgement but I was still entranced. I voraciously read … Continue reading

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