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#861: Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema

November 15, 2013

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #857: The Cinema of Attractions, Part Four; #858: The Cinema of Attractions, Part Five; #859: The Male Gaze

Sorry this is up late(r than usual on Fridays); Punk had a vet appointment, and he, unlike most cats, does not have his driver’s license, so I have to ferry him everywhere. It’s quite a hassle. (For the curious: He is doing great, but needs to eat more.)

The title of this comes from an enormously influential feminist film essay/paper/whatever by Laura Mulvey, originally published in Screen back in 1975. You can read it online here.


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Multiplex: The Chosen One

Sunday, May 3, 2015

This is the final version of the Multiplex animated short I made for my Animation class this semester. No promises, but hopefully this will be the first of many! Thanks (again) to Matt Matonich for providing the voice of Kurt!

Some of you will recognize Jason’s final line as a title of Multiplex #285, so I’m sort of recycling something here, but not really. In any case, Jason and Kurt being in red vests is an indication that these shorts take place outside of current Multiplex continuity.

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