This multi-author blog was created so that Schoolcraft College Students and their friends could

  • discuss films:  contemporary, historical, short films, and so forth
  • post film reviews and analyses
  • write about various aspects of film: directing, acting, photography, writing, and so for
  • consider use of film in the classroom
  • interact with colleagues in courses–and not just film courses
  • react to writing about film through commentary and reviews
  • promote their own or a colleague’s student made film
  • publish scene analyses and short films written for ENG 200 (or other courses)
  • link–with commentary–to films and film reviews available on-line
  • link–with commentary–to great web sites for film enthusiasts
  • discuss films shown by the International Institute or by other groups on campus
  • post annotated bibliographies and other research materials
  • other ideas?

If you would like permission to be a contributor to the blog, please contact Dr. Berg at sberg@schoolcraft.edu.  Please note that you need not be registered to follow the blog or to comment on postings.



Photo image of F.W. Murnau (1888-1931) director of films including  Nosferatu (1922), Faust (1916), and Tartuffe (1925).

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