Say ‘No to Peer Pressure, and ‘Yes’ to Peer Commentary, Vol. 2

MISHA GOLDRICK

Just as we did when we posted our DA pitches, we have been asked to comment on our peers’ beta presentations. I was really excited to see how my peers were coming along with their projects, and ready to pick up on some tips, both through their presentations and their comments on my presentation. I felt a bit more prepared to comment on their presentations this time around, given that this is our second round of peer commentary and I believe I have a better understanding of the lecture content.

Comment One

The first comment I posted was on Bronte Willis’ beta. Her DA is a short film and script about her own mental health journey during the covid period, that also aims to discuss the future of mental health in cinema. Bronte wants to pursue a career in this field, so this project will be contributing to her…

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