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    Nicole Doan
    Jun 14, '14 9:04 PM EST

    In the Film & Urbanism class I took this quarter, we studied societal collapse and its effect on urbanism by watching various documentaries and fictional movies. By analyzing films such as Manufactured Landscapes and Blade Runner, we were supposed to obtain ideas on how to portray our own take on urban collapse in today's society. In the end, our short films hardly touched on the topic, due to a variety of reasons. 

    I worked with Corey Loren Pope and Cece Bensen to create a short about the human reliance on "the machine" in order to live. While technology helps us in countless ways, it also comes with problems. It has become so prominent and ever-present in our lives, but we forget how much we utilize it.


    Directed by Nicole M. Doan and Corey L. Pope

    Written by Celia Bensen

    Edited by Celia Bensen and Nicole M. Doan

    Music by The Album Leaf

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