Monthly Archives: December 2012

What is fantasy?

On the latest Communicating in Film class we talked about fantasy; about things that make fantasy films/TV shows fantastic. I pretty much enjoyed this class as I enjoy every class, but to be honest, I didn’t really learn anything about fantasies on this … Continue reading

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Watching some classics 1.: All the Kubrick’s Men

One of the first things I’ve done after arriving in London was to go to the BFI Southbank cinema and buy a membership card. Okay, it was after I met my teachers in the school, because they told me about … Continue reading

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Movies I’ve seen thanks to my course 3.: Festen (1998)

On one of the Communicating in Film classes we watched a Danish film made in 1998 called Festen, which can be translated as “celebration”. It was directed by Danish director Thomas Vinterberg, who along with Lars von Trier has founded an artistic movement … Continue reading

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