Category Archives: Harley Page

Do Movie Scoring Sites Affect What You Watch?

April 1, 2014

A few weeks ago, I started thinking about the impact of movie scoring sites on society’s decisions to watch films. Sites like Rotten Tomatoes, Flixster, and Metacritic. In my humble opinion, most movies these days lack the emotional content to create a worthy film. We are in the age of remaking, rehashing, and blowing things up. Every movie seems […]

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Q&A: DFA Student Steven Young!

March 6, 2014

Born in Harlem, New York, Steven Young grew up listening to the likes of The Beatles, James Brown, and Michael Jackson. At age 9, he came across the parody video “I’m Fat” by Weird Al Yankovic and saw something that combined his love for music and entertainment. After shooting two music videos independently, Steven decided […]

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The NBC Shortcuts Experience!

February 19, 2014

In August 2013, I attended the NBC Short Cuts film festival. This is an event that was created to showcase the work of a variety of artists from diverse backgrounds who might not otherwise get much exposure. At first, I was wary of anything NBC. The last time I’d been involved with them was for […]

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