2019 Greek Multimedia Presentations


Fall 2019: Multimedia Presentations for the undergraduate course the Greek “Weird” Wave

…for more, visit the Weird Wave Archive

  • Aspen Nelson – videoessay on the duality of the housewife in the Greek nuclear family unit
  • Claudia Barrán – infographic and interactive memory game on Memory in Greek complex narrative films
  • Lu Zeng – photocollage, “Burn or Disappear: Traversing Greek Ruins in Contemporary Greek Cine­ma
  • Lizzie Brill – Venn diagram and blog essay, “The Relation of Masculinity and Abuse of Power in the Greek Weird Wave”
  • Noah Lee – interactive game, exploring performance as ethical game space in Greek cinema
  • Zhenyu Li – blog essay,“The Concept of Border in Greek Cinema as a Defensive Method”
  • Samantha Coulter – interactive ThingLink exploring the multiple interpretations of shock value in the Greek Weird Wave
  • Matt KillKelley – slideshow, Family as Allegory
  • Madison Murray –  slideshow, “Language as Unification and Alienation”
  • Nicole Rosenthal – videoessay,“Portrayal of Animals and Animality in Greek Cinema”
  • Franco Villanueva – remix video essay
  • Matthew Holman – monster-themed slideshow, “Skeletons in the Image: The Hidden Monsters of Contemporary Greek Cinema”