Live Tweeting: Weeks 1-5

Dayle Beazley

One requirement for BCM325 is that we live-tweet each week as we watch the assigned movies. The Subject Outline says that “the live-tweeting exercise is designed to demonstrate your ability to engage in research, critically evaluate a text and engage in productive and convivial discussion in
real time.” Keeping those things in mind, I will now be reflecting on my tweets/retweets/replies/interactions from weeks one to five.


Week 1: Metropolis

My tweets surrounding Metropolis were originally already planned out and scheduled. Following advice from the subject outline and the resources on the Future Cultures blog, I based a lot of my tweets around the history of the film, how it came to be, the behind the scenes of the production, and the critical responses of the public.

However, as the in-class live-tweeting continued, I found that the tweets made throughout the actual screening of the film seemed to be more interesting…

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