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Ally Liriano’s Map


About Ally Liriano

Waddddupp?!? I'm Ally and I think sixteen is just a number.


7 thoughts on “Ally Liriano’s Map

  1. For my final project I’m thinking about making a short film on either Animal Cruelty or Anthropology.

    Posted by Ally Liriano | April 11, 2011, 11:57 am
    • I think this is very interesting and coooool. I think a video on Animal Cruelty would relate/touch more people. I think you have very good ideas. And making your own film is very exciting.

      Posted by ariellecifuentes | April 14, 2011, 1:49 pm
  2. A short film sounds like a great idea, and i like the animal cruelty idea becuase its so popular and prevelet in our society.

    Posted by Alisa Quintana | April 25, 2011, 4:37 pm
  3. That’s really cool but I want to know more about why you chose that medium (short film). What makes that better than an essay or some other form? Also do you want it to be a documentary?
    I think you need to think more about what you want to get out of making this short film, what your angle is and what you will research/what problem will you be addressing.
    I think people will be really interested to hear about animal cruelty or anthropology. I also think something about animal cruelty sounds new and really interesting.

    Posted by Dana | April 27, 2011, 12:30 am
  4. Hi Ally ~ It’s really important that you have an example of the kind of film you’re interested in making. I’m a little confused about why you’re interested in making a film, because I’m not sure I understand what you want to accomplish with it. I’d imagine that 99.9% of people would agree that harming other creatures is not too good. So whose minds are you trying to change? Or what do you want them to learn? I’m not discouraging you from doing a film, but want to challenge you to figure out 1) why a film, and 2) what is the question or problem you’re trying to resolve?

    Please post your break assignment ASAP –

    Posted by Christina Jenkins | April 28, 2011, 12:46 am

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