jaredstewart

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    Color theory in Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

    Analyse the complementary color play that defines a particular aesthetic in the science-fiction sequel. Consider how variable settings implement a refreshing palette that supplements the tone, atmosphere, and dystopian elements of the film (i.e. the unsaturated orange contrasting the metropolitan neon, etc.).

    • Fascinating topic! I would also consider including some discussion comparing/contrasting/referencing the original as well, and how this color play affects the audience's experience. I would include some discussion about *why* this matters and what makes it unique from other genres, films, and cinematic techniques. – Eden 8 months ago
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    A video game’s marketability through an online broadcasting platform such as Twitch is an interesting facet to mass entertainment and I think any viewership of an otherwise unknown video game can only be beneficial in sales; however, when only a select few games rise to the peak of popularity in live-streaming, not many other games are being exposed.

    Twitch: Gamers Selling Games

    It’s excellent how video games can mirror the thematic emphases that cinematic films produce, but are capable of adding a functional layer of interactivity and expeditionary adventure as a player rather than a passive viewer.

    Cinematic Games: Video Games and the Shadow of Cinema

    This is fantastic—I think the connection between Tolkien’s work and role-playing games in general is fascinating and demonstrative of great works of fiction, whether in novels or interactive entertainment.

    Tolkien and Dungeons & Dragons