Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le Fou (1965): Cinema as Dream

In Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le Fou (1965), reality and dreams run parallel. Even if one does not remember much of either, one is certain to remember the violence of the two intersecting, blurring the lines between the unconscious and the conscious, between

Indiana Jones and the Death of Film Discourse

It’s time we erase the distinction between “high” and “low” art when it comes to film.  When we think of the former category, we may think of cerebral, twisty, dark, or emotionally exhausting films that win awards we didn’t even know existed.

Fifty Days at Iliam

Contemporary art as a movement has strived to understand the world’s innermost truths, an objective artists believe can be achieved by pushing the boundaries of what is traditionally regarded as art. In doing so, artists hope to find the truth to life

Reflections on Affleck’s “Air”

When I first watched the trailer of Ben Affleck’s most recent film, “Air” (2023), I thought that my first screening would involve several sittings on my laptop. I couldn’t imagine myself, an increasingly jaded and lazy second-semester senior, actually venturing out to

A Journey Through Memories

“Blossoming Bonds: South Carolina Adventures” This image, featuring a tender white blossom set against a soothing pink canvas, evokes memories of the profound connections among our track team members on our memorable South Carolina journey. As we ventured together, eager to compete

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