Author: Anna Brosnihan

Anna Brosnihan

Anna Brosnihan is a junior undergraduate journalism student at Emerson College with a minor in psychology. She has a passion for film and the arts and has experience working as both a video editor and makeup artist on set. Anna moved to Boston from her small town in Connecticut to major in film before switching to journalism in her second year. In her free time, she likes to watch true crime documentaries and cook her favorite pasta dishes.

Articles Written by Anna Brosnihan:

Episode ten covered "Whiplas" versus "Black Swan"

Education Meets Entertainment in Lessons From the Screenplay

When Michael Tucker began his YouTube channel in 2016, he hoped that it would be a resource for him and his viewers to analyze films and develop personal skills, but he never anticipated just how wide of an audience his videos would reach. Lessons From the Screenplay (LFTS) is a YouTube video essay series that… Read more »

outside of Brattle Theatre

Brattle Theatre: A Year of Virtual Screenings

In the past year of operating during the pandemic, the Brattle Theatre has developed a refined virtual program that not only serves to keep the business up and running at a basic level, but functions well enough to earn them the title of 2020’s Best Virtual Movie Theater in Boston Magazine.  Since 1953, The Brattle… Read more »

One woman stands behind another woman, caressing her cheek.

The Female Gaze: To Think, Not To Dream

Over the past decade, Céline Sciamma’s non-conformist films have challenged hetoronormative and patriarchal tropes within the industry. In 2019, Sciamma and her castmates walked out of the César Awards after known pedophile and rapist Roman Polanski was awarded Best Director for the film, J’accuse. As a gay woman herself, Sciamma’s films often explore the stories… Read more »