How Tarantino Depicts Ethnicity & Class in ‘Pulp Fiction’ I : The ‘N’ Word

There is not much conversation about another element that solidifies Pulp Fiction’s prominence: its atypical presentation of ethnicity and class explained here in Part I: The ‘N’ Word.

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Snow White (1937) Closer Look: How Early Animators Created Realism

By a closer look into Snow White (1937), this article will reveal the early animation techniques used to create realism in animation.

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Creating an Illusion of Depth in Film & Television

Specific cinematography techniques give film and television the illusion of depth to make stories appear lively, affecting, and as realistic as possible. Learn them here.

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The Six Types of Irony in Film & Television

Learn the six types of irony in film and television and examples from past and modern stories.

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Tangled (2010): A Princess Movie That Rivals Disney’s All-time Greats

This in-depth article details why Tangled is a princess movie that rivals Disney’s all-time greats like Snow White, Ariel, Belle, and more.

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