Author: Rebecca M. Alvin

Rebecca M. Alvin

Rebecca M. Alvin (MA, Media Studies, The New School; BS, Film, Emerson College) has been an independent filmmaker and writer for 25 years. She is currently Editor of Provincetown Magazine and teaches in the School of Media Studies at The New School. She lives on Cape Cod and runs the Cape Cod Film Society blog and various festivals in the area.


Articles Written by Rebecca M. Alvin:

Brave New World: Possibilities for Diversity in VR Technology

The seeds of virtual reality were planted decades ago. In fact, some would say, conceptually, it dates back to the origins of cinema. But it’s only since the advent of smartphones that the industry has really become available to everyone. Essentially, virtual reality is a term that refers to a type of media in which… Read more »