What Film Can Teach Us About Heartbreak

What Film Can Teach Us About Heartbreak

“Real life is often nonsensical and absurd – if art can truly mirror that experience, something special can occur.” What abstract ideas in film can teach us about heartbreak. Essay by Sam Florsheim.

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The Before Trilogy: How to Capture a Moment

The Before Trilogy: How to Capture a Moment

A love story is made of moments, and in no place are those moments captured better than in Richard Linklater’s Before Trilogy – Sunrise, Sunset, Midnight. Essay on why, by Jack Fanning.

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Ravished by Romance – Before Sunrise’s Antithetical Approach to Love

Ravished by Romance – Before Sunrise’s Antithetical Approach to Love

After a quarter of a century on the big screen, why does Richard Linklater’s seminal romantic piece ‘Before Sunrise’ still resonate with audiences? Joseph Wade explores.

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Exploring the Great Empathy Machine – Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments Part 1

Exploring the Great Empathy Machine – Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments Part 1

In his third blog on The Great Empathy Machine we know as cinema, Joseph Wade presents part 1 of a miniseries of posts regarding Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments. He begins with ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ and the line “what if you stayed this time?”

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