Elizabeth D. Pyjov

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Marianne vs. Mary Jane

I found that the way that these women act in relationships generally comes from different cultural upbringings and life philosophies.

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Scapegoats and Surprises

Regardless of the extent of the crisis or natural disaster, I think it is important for a nation not to search for scapegoats or imagine conspiracy theories but rather to look within itself and take full responsibility for its own actions, even for the surprises in store.


Interweaving Endless Realities into One

A director can endow the screen with endless depth by consciously displacing viewers from one reality he shows to another he recalls through visual references, weaving all forms together in a self-reflexive manner.


Why Is 'Soul Kitchen' So Delicious?

Fatih Akin’s new movie “Soul Kitchen” is delicious, in both the literal and metaphorical sense of the word.

On Campus

New Course Cooks Up Stirring Debates

How much is cooking an art, and how much is it a science? While it contains an objective, scientific part ...


Pasolini Screens at HFA

Throughout September, the Harvard Film Archive (HFA) will screen “The Complete Pier Paolo Pasolini,” a series comprised of the thirteen features and five short films directed by one of the most controversial and important intellectuals of the twentieth century.

Summer Postcard

POSTCARD: Stuck in the Middle

Returning on a Sunday night from a weekend trip to Switzerland, I got into my apartment building’s tiny, old-fashioned elevator and everything seemed to be going fine. Famous last words.

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Parisian housing.

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A French bohemian.

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POSTCARD: Sunday Night Out

A faithful account of the ensuing events follows. It can also be used as a model for being bohemian for the reference of anyone who is not feeling sufficiently hipster.

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POSTCARD: How Not to Find French Housing

Good, affordable housing in Paris is a real problem.


POSTCARD: Paris-First Impressions and Generalizations

What's so special about Paris?


Jack Cutmore-Scott ’10

Inspiring, magnetic, and daring are words that frequently appear in descriptions of theatrical superstar J. Jack Cutmore-Scott ’10.


24h Plays Festival XIV

The 24-hour Play Festival is a biannual tradition now in its 14th semester at Harvard.


Senior Thesis Film Accepted to Cannes

A senior thesis film directed by Andrew N. Wesman ’10 has been chosen as an official selection by the Festival de Cannes, one of the oldest and most prestigious film festivals in the world.