Tag: Comedy

dramaworld. viki. web series. k-dramas. 2016.

4 Takes On VIKI’s New Series: Dramaworld

Women Write About Comics was given the opportunity to watch the first two episodes of VIKI’s new series, Dramaworld, ahead of its release on Sunday, April 17th. Angel gives an overview of the show and its context while Aimee, Angel, Claire (who will go by “Real Claire” for this review, because the show stole her name), and I…

Chasing Valentine. 2016. Producer: Bruno Marino. Co-Producer: Navneet Chhajer. Director: Navin Ramaswaran. Writers: Neal Avram Schneider & Navin Ramaswaran. Editor: Navin Ramaswaran. Director Of Photography: Bruce William Harper. Cast: Adam Langton, Gwenlyn Cumyn, Bobbie Phillips, Brad Cowan, Ryan Fisher.

Feature Films At The 2016 Canadian Film Fest

The Canadian Film Fest is an event set in Toronto celebrating Canadian filmmakers where they can showcase their work and network with others in the industry. A non-profit organization, Canadian Film Fest hopes to inspire these filmmakers to continue making motion pictures and to expose Canadian audiences to independent works. We have created an annual film festival…

The Girl Next Door. 2016. Producers: Peter Mabrucco, Lauren MacKinlay, Farah Merani. Director: Peter Mabrucco. Writers: Greg Carere. Editor: Lindsay Allikas. Director Of Photography: Duraid Munajim. Composer: Jim McGrath. Cast: Lara Jean Chorostecki, Lauren MacKinlay, Farah Merani, Brad Cook.

Short Films At The 2016 Canadian Film Fest

The Canadian Film Fest is an event set in Toronto celebrating Canadian filmmakers where they can showcase their work and network with others in the industry. A non-profit organization, Canadian Film Fest hopes to inspire these filmmakers to continue making motion pictures and to expose Canadian audiences to independent works. We have created an annual film festival…

Infinite Scroll Feature 1. Image from Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud.

Comics’ Infinite Scroll: To The Rim and Beyond

The launch of Stela, a new comics app which publishes titles optimized for the downward scrolling function of smartphones, has kicked up some talk about Scott McCloud’s Reinventing Comics. Published in 2000 as a sequel to Understanding Comics, Reinventing Comics considers the kinds of innovations that McCloud believed would advance the medium. He paid particular attention to…

John Allison, Max Sarin, Whitney Cogar, Giant Days for BOOM!Box

Feminism and Realism in John Allison’s Giant Days

Amongst the barrage of “best of” comics lists that closed out 2015, I was delighted to see John Allison’s Giant Days pop up in multiple places. The comic follows three friends—Esther De Groot, Susan Ptolemy, and Daisy Wooton—as they navigate their emotionally and academically tumultuous first year of university (a.k.a. college, for the Americans like…

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