This fall, Derek Dubois will once again appear in print in the peer-reviewed film journal SHORT FILM STUDIES which is published by Intellect LTD. You can find more information on this wonderful journal at the following link:
Derek's essay, entitled "Cruel Summer: Decoding Subtext through Shot Design in The Beach" argues that filmmaker Dorthe Scheffmann's filmic style, specifically shot design via mise-en-scene and cinematography, adds additional layers of meaning to the story of two intimate friends in a startling dramatic conflict.
Watch for publication this fall. In the meantime, enjoy an excerpt from Sheffmann's short film which served as the basis for Dubois' analysis.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Derek Dubois to be guest for Rhode Island College Film Students
The class, featuring upper-level film undergraduates, screened three of Derek's films: Fallout (2012), Lucid (2013), and Sinners (2014) before venturing into a lively discussion on a range of topics from low-budget film-making to feminist film theory.
This was an exciting opportunity to highlight the works of this local filmmaker while also allowing for a sharing of advice on DIY methodologies.
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