Undergraduate student work
AFTERIMAGES is Concordia's Undergraduate Film Magazine containing contributions from several Film Studies undergraduate students.
The following essays were written by alumni of the undergraduate film studies program.
"The Idea and the World As It Is: Catholicism and Insanity in El and Nazarin"
By: David Hanley (February 28, 2011)
"Michelangelo Antonioni and the "Reality" of the Modern"
By: Zach Melzer (April 30, 2010)
"David Lynch's Blue Velvet: The Use of Binary Oppositions and Space"
By: Stephanie Lam (October 31, 2009)
"Suicide Doors: Bi-sexing Modleski, Marnie, and the Lincoln Continental"
By: Ryan Diduck (June 30, 2006)