Film Aesthetics and Criticism: Analyses

During my junior year at Asbury University, I took a course on film aesthetics and criticism. In that class, I was able to watch several American films that I had seen in years past and get to analyze in a different light than I had before. In the analyses I wrote on them, I explore how many different techniques used in the films influenced those following them. You can read some of these analyses below!

Faith and Film: An Analysis of “The Tree of Life”

21st Century Hitchcock: A Formal Analysis of “No Country for Old Men”

A Growing Friendship: A Mise-en-Scene Analysis of “The King’s Speech”

The Authenticity of Faith: An Acting Analysis of “The Apostle”

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