Guest Post by Glosty When enjoying the great movie series of Hunger Games, we remain unconscious towards the immense work done on costume design of characters. Indeed, the costume designers and the whole crew have made an effort to reflect the book author’s imagination on the screen and to create unique looks for every character in the movie, even for the 500 extras for the … Continue reading 'The Hunger Games' Inspired Fashion: Learn How to Dress Like Katniss and Effie
In September, our correspondent Mariyam attended a screening of Love, Rosie, starring Sam Claflin and Lily Collins. Here’s the review of the epistolary love story’s big screen adaptation, out now in the UK: In 2004, Cecilia Ahern published the best selling Where Rainbows End, a mere decade on the fantastic book has been brought to the world of film. It is an intriguing process bringing … Continue reading Review: Sam Claflin starrer "Love, Rosie" is a delight!
Guest post by Shylah Addante Three years ago, I started a blog to talk about this amazing book I read. You might have heard of it- it was called The Hunger Games. It wasn’t anything extraordinary, just me talking about my thoughts on things like video games and Finnick and Annie… until I wrote a post about the personal impact reading the series had on … Continue reading Books 4 Tributes: A Literacy Revolution with 'The Hunger Games'
Guest Post by Michelle Manno The American public has been captivated by The Hunger Games, both on the silver screen and in Suzanne Collins’ YA series. The mass appeal of this now multi-million dollar franchise is no secret; it’s hard to ignore it’s entertainment value. However, the popularity of this series also holds tremendous value in the classroom. While The Hunger Games is categorized as … Continue reading Learning with pop-culture: Bringing 'The Hunger Games' trilogy into the classroom