the film snob

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Thursday, September 07, 2006

The First Day of the Rest of My Life


















OK, I'll admit it, I'm a nerd.

I love school. I can't wait to get back into class, sit through lectures, devour hundreds of pages of reading. If properly equipped with the necessary time and money, I could easily see myself as a life-long academic.

Because of the holiday weekend, I did not have my "Film Form and Film Sense" class. But today, I have both "Screenwriting" and "Film History and Historiography."

"Screenwriting" begins at the comfortable hour of 10am and goes until 1pm. "Film History...," however, runs from 6pm to 10pm. All of my required classes are late like that. Long days ahead.

I'll fill you in on my initial first impressions as soon as I can.

3 Comments:

Blogger Grinth said...

Classes have started for me as well. I have to agree with you, I am always excited to delve back into classes.

Watched a great film called "Accattone" by Pier Paolo Paolini today....hope to get a brief review up of the film at some point in the near future.

Looking forward to hearing your impressions of class...

5:48 PM  
Blogger Grinth said...

That should be 'Pasolini' not 'Paolini'

5:49 PM  
Anonymous Nate said...

From one school hungy nerd to another, enjoy it!

3:16 PM  

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