Dan Gilroy Essays
Progress out of Meaning: Gilroy’s The Black Atlantic in Conversation with Marxism College
The Black Atlantic
Paul Gilroy’s The Black Atlantic examines the critical relationships between race, culture, and nationality. Throughout history, national rhetoric has been racially exclusive. White culture has been the basis of western national identity. Many...
Why Do Audiences Care? On 'Nighcrawler' and Its Antihero Lou Bloom 8th Grade
In Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler (2014), Jake Gyllenhaal plays a man named Lou Bloom. Lou is an eccentric but driven man who stumbles upon the world of late night T.V. Specifically, he becomes a nightcrawler – someone who tapes breaking news stories...
Corruption Then and Now: Comparing Auden's Poetry and Modern Film 12th Grade
Throughout history, regardless of changing contexts, individuals have employed various forms of art to effect political change and expose corruptions within society. W.H Auden’s selection of poems including “Spain” (1937) and “In Memory of W.B....