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My Thesis Film: A Thesis Film by Erik Anderson
My Thesis Film: A thesis film by Erik Anderson is a narrative feature film which recursively explores the authors own journey in arriving at the concept for the thesis film the viewer is watching. As such, the film ultimately ...
Making Coffee is a fiction film shot in Toronto during the spring of 2014. It is a social drama that explores the fatherson relationship within a contemporary Canadian society. The story also touches upon issues of ...
Seeing the Spell: Baroque, Decadence, and a Cinema of Digital-Animated Liberation
This dissertation draws on the artistic traditions of seventeenth-century Baroque and nineteenth-century Decadence in seeking to formulate an analytical vocabulary for the aesthetics of digitally-animated spectacle in ...
A Late Thaw
A Late Thaw is an eighteen-minute drama based on the loss of my boyfriend in an ice climbing accident when I was nineteen. The film is largely a poetic exploration of love, grief, and hope. The narrative is fictionalized ...
What Keeps A Man Alive: Screenplay and Analysis
Set during WWII, What Keeps a Man Alive tracks the fate of a renowned filmmaker and a crew of concentration camp inmates after they are coerced into producing a fraudulent documentary to deceive inspectors from the Red ...
Of Sand & Gold
Astarte, Goddess of Love, lives with her children in a small house on top of Mount Lebanon. One day, a flock of cars arrive at the house carrying people escaping a terrifying sandstorm called the Khamseen. A repeating cycle ...