I possess an undying love for film and its history. I admire the artistic processes, sacrifices, and the finalities of artists' endeavors. And these statements are the exact reasons why I went full nerd (and I do mean full nerd) when I was informed of this Slapstick course. I did the same with the Film Noir course last year.
So, I cannot say thank you enough to Wes Gehring, Vince Cellini, TCM, Canvas, and most of all Dr. Edwards. Yes, Dr. Edwards. You are incredibly rich in both insight and knowledge of film. It's as though you were somehow transported from the film noir and slapstick decades- a direct link to these times past.
I cannot image the amount of time you lend to these courses; creating assignments, collaborating on videos, conducting live tweeting, etc. Thank you for your generosity in sharing yourself, your time, and your knowledge with all of us forever students of film. With both courses (Film Noir & Slapstick), I have gained so much more insight and knowledge, which I will carry with me into every theater/film viewing I attend.
And thank you to everyone within the threads. Your perspectives and insights further added to my understanding of film, broadening my own knowledge. Thank for each post, thank you for the conversations.
Many thanks to you all! Keep watching, everyone! Until next time!