Why I haven’t been active all these months… Its been months since I posted a blog post onto here, and for so long it has been because I haven’t had any subject matters I deemed too important not to post about. For one, I could blog about current affairs, like the slew of sexual allegations… Continue reading Hello again, my blog followers!
Today what was covered in Media Culture lecture was the rise of countercultures starting from the 60s, when youths felt alienated or disenfranchised by societal norms. From what I see now the same thing is happening with gender issues and what I talked about yesterday, gender expression and what it means to me. It could… Continue reading Gender Neutral Expression as a 21st Century Counterculture
This is a spontaneous blog post of what’s going through my mind yesterday and I’m posting this at midnight in my time zone. Bear with me, if you will. Looking at my university reading, Inhabiting the contradictions: Hypersexual femininity and the culture of intoxication among young women in the UK, there are really a lot of… Continue reading Gender and Expression: What Does It Mean For Christians?
I haven’t been on here for a while as I might’ve liked, perhaps. During the start of May I’ve been convalescing, after being hospitalized in late April for four days due to an out-of-the-blue epileptic seizure, which I haven’t had since I was 13. It was a dark Saturday night after a day of serving as… Continue reading Grand Mal Seizure Sheds New Insight on Texting and Hieroglyphics
It seems like people are generally interested in my last blog post, which was Strange Realisations in Creative Writing & BTS of a Student Short Film. Hence I’m going to write a Part 2 on the second part of the blog post. In my past two blog posts about my student film from my last… Continue reading Behind The Scenes of a Student Short Film #2: Character Acting
This post will be broken down into two parts: The first detailing a general list compilation of the little things that writers sometimes go through while writing and playing God in our own ways by creating fictional worlds. Part 1: Modeling a character after an extreme, exaggerated version of yourself. Dressing to go out one… Continue reading Strange Realisations In Creative Writing Endeavours & Behind The Scenes of a Student Short Film
We students in the Diploma in Mass Communications had to make a student film last December so that we could graduate, under the educational guise of our Contemporary Short Video Production. It meant we had to select a group member’s script to produce, do storyboarding, plan camera angles, do the casting and everything in between.… Continue reading Making A Short Film #throwback