Media Studies, Uncategorized

BLOGGERS' CODE OF ETHICS

From the The cyber-journalist Website. (Adapted from the Society of Professional Journalists of theU.S.) ******************************  BLOGGERS' CODE OF ETHICS    Be Honest and Fair Bloggers should be honest and fair in gathering, reporting and interpreting information. Bloggers should: • Never plagiarize. • Identify and link to sources whenever feasible. The public is entitled to as… Continue reading BLOGGERS' CODE OF ETHICS

current events, Film Review, Media Studies

Osama bin Laden — dead at long last!

  After ten long years, after bombing Afghanistan to kingdom come and controlling all its oil and gas resources, after invading Iraq and creating havoc there while controlling its oil and gas resources, after declaring a War on Terror and practically profiling all Muslim males as terrorists, the United States of America, through its president… Continue reading Osama bin Laden — dead at long last!

current events, Media Studies

VIZCONDE – WEBB CASE: INJUSTICE FOR ALL

The Philippine Supreme Court (SC), in a very daring move, reversed the Court of Appeals and Regional Trial Court decisions and acquitted the accused, Hubert Webb et al, for the murder and rape of Carmela Vizconde and the murder of her mother and sister. This does not prove that there is justice in the Philippines.… Continue reading VIZCONDE – WEBB CASE: INJUSTICE FOR ALL

Column article, Film Review, Media Studies

ERAGON and THE FOUNTAIN – Film Reviews

Below is an article Of Dragons, Magic, Immortality, and Special Effects from my magazine column, QUANTUM CINEMA in M. & Ms. Magazine, March 2007   Two fantasy films are making the rounds of the world’s movie houses this year – Eragon and The Fountain. One is about mythical beasts in a mythical land which looks… Continue reading ERAGON and THE FOUNTAIN – Film Reviews

Film Review, Media Studies

Sex at 24 Frames Per Second – Film Review

FROM MR. & MS. MAGAZINE JUNE 2007 ISSUE. Playboy Magazine produced a documentary titled Sex at 24 Frames Per Second (2003) that was written and directed by Kevin Burns and Steven Smith. It gives the viewers a brief glance at the relationship between Sex and Hollywood. In line with its producer’s characteristics, the film gives… Continue reading Sex at 24 Frames Per Second – Film Review