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    Film School Dropouts Challenge 2018 -- Week Fifty-Two (2017 Revision): Michael Haneke

    My List | Disgustipated's Syllabus

    So, nothing's precisely "done" yet with regards to this challenge, BUT I've officially done at least one film for every week in 2018 or 2017. I still have nine films to go to finish both challenge lists, but I don't need to add anything new again, which is great.

    I knew of Haneke before this challenge as "that guy with the films that…

  • The Wedding Party

    The Wedding Party


    Film School Dropouts Challenge 2018 -- Week Forty-Five: Nollywood

    My List | Disgustipated's Syllabus

    I'm like the one white girl at this wedding party ... just happy to be here.

    I read up a bit on Nollywood for this challenge and found the history of the industry pretty interesting, particularly how it came about during the rise of VHS and most of the films were shot on video. Unfortunately, when I tried to find a film to watch, most of…

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  • The Night of the Hunter

    The Night of the Hunter


    Film School Dropouts Challenge 2018 -- Week One: Lillian Gish

    My List | Disgustipated's Syllabus

    New year. New set of films. New header. It doesn't necessarily feel like a fresh start for me this year because I took up so many challenges that I left undone (probably because in some ways picking films is sometimes more fun than sitting and watching them) but I am happy to participate again. I like how we're going kind of obscure this time around.…

  • Man with a Movie Camera

    Man with a Movie Camera


    Film School Dropouts Challenge 2017: -- Week Five: Soviet Montage

    A couple of people last week said they were dreading the Swashbuckler challenge as just not their thing, but this was actually the category that made me wince. As I've mentioned in several previous reviews, I did take a film class in undergrad and our Soviet Montage feature was The Battleship Potemkin. The film was a masterclass of editing, and a particular joy after we watched the first half of…