Coming back to uni from the break, I was concerned that my skills as a live-tweeter would have dwindled, but instead I found myself settling back into the rhythm of live-tweeting with ease. The second batch of films was more recent but still held plenty of topics of discussion for me to latch onto. I … More twittering into the future.
Live-tweeting is an integral part of communications and media. It encourages me to engage thoroughly, think deeply, and share knowledge between my fellow students. This semester in BCM325, we’ve been tasked with live-tweeting a variety of movie screenings throughout history that tackle ‘future cultures’ in some form, and in doing so develop a deeper understanding … More cinema eyes and a pop-culture brain.
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I am a little behind the pack on this one, but here it is nonetheless – my reaction to watching the classic Japanese film Godzilla in class, whilst live-tweeting the experience. The tricky thing about writing last is that all the most profound and insightful discoveries have already been stated by…
My major work for CAOS203 is a film about what it means to be human. And also about getting drunk, because that’s a part of being human, isn’t it? … More to be human.
Myself and my CAOS203 group set out to create a short video piece, in the form of a music video. It’s all about our favourite politician / poet Clive Palmer, and it’s a lot of fun. … More ‘Clive Palmer’s soft, shitty body’.
From the first showing of the Lumière Brother’s “L’arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat“, film and television has been a fully immersive and collective experience for those watching. This is the beginnings of the “media audience” -a group that together, in one place, shares an experience with one another. However, as the medium … More The Rise of The Couch Potato