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Catching up with the sport of “Bunning”

Catching up with the sport of “Bunning”

Joel Schulz November 14, 2015 0

‘Bunning’ *: A sport of sort, simple enough, with its own implied set of risks. Bunning is an activity in which the participants sneak up to the top floor of a targeted hotel and

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Poetry of Elena Danfe: Idea / Substance

Poetry of Elena Danfe: Idea / Substance

Joel Schulz November 14, 2015 0

Idea over Substance   Idea I concede that maps are both science and art. I concede their beauty and their necessity but still . . . As we measure and name each inch of

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The Gallery

The Gallery

Joel Schulz October 16, 2015 0

by Rebecca Aikman – Alberta Buzz/Reel Can Staff Writer James shuffled his feet. He was wearing the red leather MHE’s, the ones that had caught his eye in the Netherlands. He was delighted to

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ALICE… WHY ARE YOU SO NORMAL?

ALICE… WHY ARE YOU SO NORMAL?

Joel Schulz July 8, 2014 0

by Shannon Buckley – Undergraduate, University of Calgary   “The name ‘Tim Burton’ has become synonymous with stylized films about outsiders with a recognizable gothic design, just as the name ‘Woody Allen’ has come

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JEAN SEBERG IN “BREATHLESS”: AMERICA AND YOUTH CULTURE IN POSTWAR FRANCE

JEAN SEBERG IN “BREATHLESS”: AMERICA AND YOUTH CULTURE IN POSTWAR FRANCE

Joel Schulz June 3, 2014 0

by Sheena Manabat – Undergraduate, University of Calgary   Moi, je ne crois pas, du reste, que le cinéma influence la jeunesse. Ce qu’il faut essayer, c’est que ce soit plutôt la jeunesse qui

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THIS NEW FUNCTION: PERSPECTIVES ON HUMANITY WITHIN DIGITAL SOCIETIES – Benjamin Ross Hayden

THIS NEW FUNCTION: PERSPECTIVES ON HUMANITY WITHIN DIGITAL SOCIETIES – Benjamin Ross Hayden

Joel Schulz June 1, 2014 0

by Benjamin Ross Hayden – Filmmaker, Graduate of University of Calgary and SAIT Polytechnic Film Studies Programs Mr. Hayden recently won the AMPIA Best Special Effects award for his critically acclaimed short AGOPHOBIA. ABSTRACT

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“THE THIN RED LINE” AND MALICKIAN DUALITY

“THE THIN RED LINE” AND MALICKIAN DUALITY

Joel Schulz April 28, 2014 0

by Lindsey Routledge – University of Calgary Terrence Malick presents to his audiences existential dualities, which confront each other through juxtaposition of images and sound. Voiceover is implemented strategically, in areas that otherwise would

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“HEINEKEN? FUCK THAT SHIT. PABST BLUE RIBBON!” HOW A LINE OF DIALOGUE FROM LYNCH’S BLUE VELVET HELPS DEFINE THE FUNDAMENTALS OF POSTMODERN THEORY

“HEINEKEN? FUCK THAT SHIT. PABST BLUE RIBBON!” HOW A LINE OF DIALOGUE FROM LYNCH’S BLUE VELVET HELPS DEFINE THE FUNDAMENTALS OF POSTMODERN THEORY

Joel Schulz April 2, 2014 0

by Mateusz Blach – University of Calgary Can beer help us understand the nature of postmodernity? While certainly refreshing, and acting as a temporary relief from reality, beer can provide a setting for discourse.

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KIRKEGAARD’S DESPAIR IN TERRENCE MALICK’S “TREE OF LIFE”

KIRKEGAARD’S DESPAIR IN TERRENCE MALICK’S “TREE OF LIFE”

Joel Schulz March 5, 2014 1

by Julien Testa – University of Calgary This paper will argue that much can be learned about Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life (2011) when examined through the lens of Soren Kirkegaard’s philosophical concept of

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I’VE HEARD THE MERMAIDS SINGING: PROVIDING A FRESH FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE THAT GOES AGAINST THE CLASSICAL HOLLYWOOD FRAMEWORK

I’VE HEARD THE MERMAIDS SINGING: PROVIDING A FRESH FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE THAT GOES AGAINST THE CLASSICAL HOLLYWOOD FRAMEWORK

Joel Schulz February 5, 2014 1

by Penelope MacGillivray  –  University of Calgary From characters that lack meaning to the uncertainties surrounding the genre, Patricia Rozema’s I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing (1897) has been received by critics as more of

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