What Makes a Good Environmental Documentary? By: Cameron A. Straughan A documentary is a “creative dramatisation of actuality” with some Continue reading
Recently, there has been a glut of animal attack stories, coupled with articles on increased animal abuse and diseases caused Continue reading
Fans of all things dark, gothic, twisted, surreal, and just plain different should dive into my blood-soaked, surrealistic homage to Continue reading
Fans of twisted, surreal spaghetti westerns might want to check out my homage to the lost film “C’era una volta Continue reading
Nature, Humanity, and Modernity in François Truffaut’s The Wild Child By: Cameron A. Straughan Truffauts’ the Wild Continue reading
It didn’t care if you were human. What died in the forest stayed in the forest.
Risk & Culture By: Cameron A. Straughan June 23, 2002 The first thing that attracted me to Douglas and Wildavsky’s Continue reading
Acknowledgements Someone once said ‘write what you know’. So here’s to all those years spent in a dark basement, nestled Continue reading