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Self Portrait, a feature length screenplay set in present day Toronto, Berlin, and fictional Kirchenfeld, Bavaria, tells the story of Hugo, a schizophrenic recent art school graduate who wins a painting prize and exhibition ...
The Consequences of Representing Human Suffering Distress, and/or Violence
Within academia, there has been much focus on representations of suffering, distress, and/or violence, including how these representations can foster meaningful change in audience members. The consequences of representing ...
Within a small derelict town, a mother, fed up with the absentee father of her child, uses her powers to transform him into the most loyal creature known to man. By turning him into a dog, she is teaching her daughter that ...
Until We Meet Again
ABSTRACT Until We Meet Again is a 40-minute documentary where I, as a South-Korean Canadian filmmaker, follow a group of North Korean university students first journey to the outside world for their graduation trip. North ...
The Narrative Use of Disability in Tales of Love and Darkness and Sweet Mud
Mitchell and Snyder suggest a pattern of representation in which the disability is used to inaugurate narrative and provide motivation and backstory for character, obscuring the reality of disability, and usurping the ...
The Madisons Lost at Sea
The Madisons Lost at Sea is a feature-length screenplay about a family who was once shipwrecked on a deserted island. Twenty years later, their lives are still defined by the fallout of that experience and the way their ...