Tuesday, 12 June 2012

WHATCULTURE!: Pre-Blog Articles

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I've been contributing to WhatCulture! for a while now, and not all the articles I've written have shown up on this blog. So in case you were wondering what I'd been writing about, here's the links to everything I've contributed to the site before I started this blog

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You can find my general profile here for starters. Then there's the following:
  1. An article on the convention of the 90-minutes running time: http://whatculture.com/film/why-were-90-minute-length-films-a-touchstone-in-cinema-for-so-long.php
  2. A piece on the impact that repeated leaks, spoilers and increasingly obvious trailers are having on our film-going experience: http://whatculture.com/film/spoiler-alert-teasers-trailers-too-much-information.php
  3. A brief production history of The Hobbit: http://whatculture.com/film/history-development-of-peter-jacksons-the-hobbit-an-unexpected-journey.php
  4. My Top 10 riot scenes in cinema, which coincides with last year's urban unrest: http://whatculture.com/film/top-10-movie-riots.php
  5. A rather short-sighted article on Christianity in film: http://whatculture.com/film/50-films-that-you-wouldnt-think-were-christian-but-actually-are.php
  6. The more considered response to the comments on said article: http://whatculture.com/film/50-christian-films-a-response-by-the-author.php
  7. My Top 5 future Stephen King adaptations: http://whatculture.com/film/top-5-stephen-king-film-adaptations-wed-like-to-see.php
  8. My tribute to Ken Russell: http://whatculture.com/film/ken-russell-1927-2011-a-tribute-to-a-controversial-british-maverick.php
  9. My Top 10 of 2011: http://whatculture.com/film/daniel-mumbys-top-10-films-of-2011.php
The remaining, more recent articles can be found either on my WhatCulture! profile or by clicking on the 'WhatCulture' label on the right of your screens.
My next piece will be a short contribution to a larger article on film scores, in which I shall be offering my thoughts on Francis Monkman's score for The Long Good Friday. In advance of that, check out The Movie Hour podcast for John 'Frenzy' Mackenzie's film here.

Daniel

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