Monthly Archives: October 2012

Movies I’ve seen thanks to my course 1.: Hitchcock, The French and the Missed One

Since I’m studying Film at the Middlesex University, it’s not really surprising that – be it in classes or at the BFI Southbank – we watch a lot of movies. I’m really happy that the school has connections with the … Continue reading

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Mandatory Readings 2.: A Doll’s House

Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House was also given to us as a book we have to read for the module Storytelling for the Screen. And before I say anything about that topic, I have to make a statement: I’m not … Continue reading

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Mandatory Readings 1.: Film Art – An Introduction (Chapter 3)

I’m not sure whether this is a purpose of this blog or not, but having these mandatory readings given to us is a really interesting experience to me. And yes, I will use the word experience a lot of time. What … Continue reading

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The Spirit of London (Group: Toy Cell Phones)

So, here’s the short video I told you about. Nothing more to say, so just please enjoy it!

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The Induction Week in a Nutshell (1 Oct – 5 Oct)

Because of the in medias res-manner of the induction week, I should begin this post in the same way. I say in medias res because after having a 1-hour-long introduction lecture in the school, they (the teachers, Helen Bendon and … Continue reading

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On your Mark IIIs, get Set…

Welcome everyone, I’m GergÅ‘ Hahn, which sounds a bit weird. Trust me, it’s a real name, it’s actually Hungarian, so it kinda reveals my nationality. I came from Budapest to London to study filmmaking, and to become a film director… … Continue reading

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