No idea who needs this, but I couldn’t find a pretty / aesthetic verb table to look at. I wanted a nice one so I could set it as my one of my desktops on my laptop. This is a French verb table for Avoir and Être, in some of its most used forms. This … Continue reading PRETTY FRENCH VERB TABLE – AVOIR & ÊTRE
The Where Colours Come From team and I are very excited to announce our crowdfunding campaign. Filmmaking is a notoriously expensive thing to do and short films are (unfortunately) no exception. The money raise in this crowdfunding effort go directly and solely to our production costs: hiring kit, feeding crew, post-production, festival costs just to name a few. Continue reading SUPPORT US!
The Where Colours Come From team are excited to announce we have launched our crowdfunding campaign on Monday April 18th. It will be live till Wednesday May 18th. The campaign will last 30 days and is raising money directly for our project, to support us through production, post and beyond into the festival circuit. In … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT!
A week or so I mentioned during a livestream that I’d share we you all my personal statement from when I applied to my undergraduate degree. I’ve already shared my statements from when I applied for my Master’s degree, which you can find here. I did a BA in Comparative Literature at King’s College London, … Continue reading My Undergraduate Personal Statement
By popular demand I have decided to share the dissertation I wrote for my BA (Hons) in Comparative Literature. I made a 42 minute video on my channel about the last week of the process and have mentioned it at various points though-out my last year, so audience curiosity is very understandable. Roxana and Juliette: … Continue reading My Dissertation
As promised in a recent video, I’m sharing some mind maps of mine here on my blog to let you all have a better look at how I organised them. Hopefully this gives you a better impression of what to aim for when you’re writing your maps. But of course at the end of the … Continue reading How To Mind Map for Essays
So you’re thinking about applying for a Masters’ degree? Very generally applications will ask you for: Your personal information Your CV & Employment history Personal Statement Your answer to very specific career, course and future questions Your university transcript (HEAR/Gradintelligence) Two references Funding options/intentions Relevant test scores i.e. GRE Visa information (international students only) A … Continue reading Graduate Applications
After very very very very many requests I finally did it: I finally made the updated bookshelf tour. Back in June my pile of books on the floor rose from the ashes into the beautiful Phoenix that is the new bookshelf. Am I thrilled with it? Yes. Yes I am. Has my little library also … Continue reading The *Updated* Bookshelf Tour // 2019
oops, I mean I tried? I’m starting to be convinced that watching a film every day for a month is an illusive and unobtainable goal that is going to take me prisoner for many months until I just finally give in. If it becomes a challenge I really can’t help myself. So in the 30 … Continue reading September Film Rundown: 5/30
I really did have every intention of watching a film every day in August, and then the wifi didn’t work for two weeks. Streaming anything is still rather iffy. I got round to watching 5 films in these 31 days. This is not fine film journalism, these are the thoughts I had, they were not worth … Continue reading August Film Rundown: 5/31