Hi everyone, I have been recording the lectures for Social Media and have broken them down into the chapters that we need in the exam. You will notice that I do not have all the chapters that are covered, this is because of technical issues whilst recording in the lectures. These are the recordings that I have […]Continue reading
This is the second reflective video for TECH1002 Social Media and Technology.
Jenkins, H. F. S. G. J. (2013). Spreadable Media. New York: NYU Press.
Toffler, A., & Alvin, T. (1981). The third wave (pp. 32-33). New York: Bantam b…
For the last Filmcast review we decided to review the horror comedy ‘Shaun of the Dead’ , the birthplace of the beloved ‘Cornetto Trilogy’ and just simply a very good zombie movie. For this episode I recorded and edited both the audio and the video. This was relatively easy compered with the other projects that […]Continue reading
For this review we decided to look at the comedy spy thriller, Kingsman: The Service. This was a funny lighthearted and frankly a bit ridiculous film with a strangely compelling beginning. A good laugh all round. For this episode we decided that, because for the tight schedule, we should edit the audio and video on […]Continue reading
This week we reviewed the compelling historical drama, The Kings Speech, which tells the story of how Prince Albert overcame his stammer by enlisting the help of the speech therapist, Lionel Logue as he became king when his brother abdicated. This was a really emotional film that deserved the attention that it won at the Oscars. The podcast was again […]Continue reading
This week, Filmcast reviewed the Netflix thriller Black Mirror’s Christmas special ‘White Christmas’. The psychological thriller raised many hairs on our back and made some great first impressions. For this episode we managed to find the material needed for a YouTube video as well as a SoundCloud post, unlike last week’s review. This was conducted in […]Continue reading
This week, for the fifth Filmcast review we decided to step outside the cultural box and review an anime movie called ‘Kimi No Na Wa’ or ‘Your Name’ in English. This film tells the story of two teenagers who share each others lives when they sleep. So for example: when the girl goes to sleep, […]Continue reading
Hi all, this week for Filmcast we delved into the cyber-reality to discover the truth of Artificial Intelligence, well, near the truth anyway. Ex-Machina is about a coder, Caleb Smith, who is invited to his boss’ research lab were he takes part in a series of tests to test the AI that has been built […]Continue reading
With season 4 of the Sherlock drawing to a close in an ever epic fashion, we decided to honour the famous detective with our very own Filmcast review of the season 4 finale. This episode reviews the final episode of the forth season of ‘Sherlock’ in which we discover that Sherlock has a sister and […]Continue reading
The second episode of Filmcast is now available! This week we reviewed ‘The Theory of Everything’ Directed by James Marsh which tells the story of Steven and Jane Hawking as they build a relationship in the midst of Steven’s diagnosis of motor neuron disease. Meanwhile, Steven is also writing a groundbreaking research paper to prove the […]Continue reading