The Use of Tonal and Overtonal Montage in Captain America: Civil War
Tonal and overtonal montage(s) are great carriers of meaning and emotion within film. It is crucial for the audience of a media text to understand what is being shown on screen. The expression of emotion often plays an important role in the understanding of narrative by the audience. In Captain America: Civil War, both tonal […]
To Grow a Tree Journal IV: International Students > Urban Culture
The concept of happiness is one that I have always been fascinated by. Working on the topic for my final project, I started off wanting to research on depression. I experienced a change of thought after deep reflection into the things I actually cared about and hoped to get out of the project. I am […]
My research process has seen my focus transition from an extremely broad perception of happiness to a more narrowed down view. I have been speaking to people and researching on the topic of happiness, in hopes of gaining a stronger understanding of what I truly desire to achieve with this project. The discourse of […]
To Grow a Tree Journal III: Urban Culture
This film uses all of Einsenstien’s 5 montages in depicting reality. Film produced and directed by Emmanuel Johnson and Stephanie Silitonga, starring Jonathan Napitupulu and Mabel Alkali.
Working on my #Happiness project overtime has provided me with some clarity and insight overtime. Since my project is vastly broad, I’ve had to put in a lot of time, effort and research into narrowing down and producing something interesting still. I brought a group of thinkers together last week to discuss ‘Happiness’. Together, we […]