Category Archives: Art

Forbidden Games (Jeux Interdits) Review

Les Jeux Interdits, known as Forbidden Games in English, is a movie set in June 1940. It was directed by René Clément in 1952 and tells the tale of a little girl, Paulette, orphaned in a French air raid, who … Continue reading

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L’Arrivée d’un Train en Gare de la Ciotat

L’Arrivée d’un Train en Gare de la Ciotat is considered one of the first films shown to a paying audience. Created by the Lumière Brothers in 1895, it is only fifty seconds long, and features a train arriving at a … Continue reading

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Film Noir

Film noir is not a necessarily a black and white movie, it is actually a movie type that could be incorporated in ‘thriller’ or even ‘crime’. Film noir is not technically a genre, but many treat it as such. In order for … Continue reading

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Analysis of Interview with the Vampire

When I think about vampires, the first image to pop into my mind is usually Dracula in a pinstriped grey suit, with round, blue glasses and a great big top hat in the streets of London. This image is then almost instantly … Continue reading

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Oscar Wilde’s Works

Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer, most known for his novel Dorian Gray. However, he wrote much more than Dorian Gray, and not always in English. The Picture of Dorian Gray was his only novel, the rest of his works … Continue reading

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Wiki Abridged: Ponyta

Ponyta is a pokémon created by Ken Sugimori. It first appeared in Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue games, and later made appearances in spin-off media, such as the anime. Ponyta is much like a horse in the sense that is it … Continue reading

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The Art of Getting By, Review

The Art of Getting By just came out to the cinemas in Ireland, and I couldn’t wait to watch it. I had fallen in love with the trailer I had seen three months beforehand, and I was dying to see … Continue reading

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Wiki Abridged: Sacajawea Dollar

The Sacajawea Dollar is one of the variations of the dollar coins minted to replace the dollar bill. Most other developed countries have coins for such values, and although the American Government has tried many times to replace bill with coin, no attempts have … Continue reading

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Wiki Abridged: The Magdalen Reading

The Magdalen Reading is a part of a large oil-on-oak altarpiece of which only three fragments remain. The altarpiece was painted by Netherlandish Rogier van der Weyden sometime between 1435 and 1438. The fragment depicts a woman with classic Noblewoman … Continue reading

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Making a Clapper

To start a career in cinematography, I first need a clapper, so I decided to make one instead of buying a flimsy cheap one or an overly expensive one online. Share on Facebook

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