In March, I continued my internship at Film School Rejects/One Perfect Shot: I wrote my last post on video essays, about a great one using Stagecoach to examine the “face of film.”
I then transitioned away from the video rotation of the internship to a copy editing and opinion writing focus. Here are the pieces I wrote for FSR:
- I made the case for Robert California, arguing that he is an essential and under appreciated character in The Office saga.
- I then wrote about Midnight and Paris and why I hate-watch it all the time.
- After the hates criticized the Midnight and Paris piece, telling me the purpose of the film is to be cliche, I responded by examining how films effectively utilize cliche.
Finally, I co-wrote a report for The Middlebury Campus on how the college’s decision to implement a swipe system in the dining hall is saving them hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.