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I’m very excited to be starting this blog! It’s the perfect way for me to get back into writing.
I should start this out by introducing myself. My name is Daniel Zuaro, I’m 21-years old, and I live on Long Island. (Look at me, I’m treating this as if this blog is a dating site).
I currently have a B.A. in Media Production from Buffalo State College where I also minored in Film Studies. Through there, I was also a writer and editor for Odyssey. I also took some writing courses while up in Buffalo and it brought back my love for writing. Once I came home, I began to miss writing almost every day about films, current events in the news, narrative stories, or just life in general. And this blog will be just that!
I hope you all enjoy the content that I put on here as much as I enjoyed writing it!
An article I wrote for WBLZ Media about the trailer for the upcoming film Boy Erased
Boy Erased Trailer Attracts Oscar Buzz
A review I wrote for WBLZ Media about the 1960’s French New Wave film Breathless
Breathless: The Ultimate New Wave Film
An article for Cinema Bandit talking about the issues LGBTQ people face in the film industry and how it could be improved
How to Improve LGBTQ Representation in Film
An article I wrote for Cinema Bandit breaking down the screenplay for The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club: Screenplay Structure
An analysis of the 1984 documentary The Times of Harvey Milk and the 2008 film Milk describing the difference between narrative film and documentary filmmaking.
The Times of Harvey Milk and Milk
A review of the Lifetime bio movie on the life of Britney Spears
Britney Ever After The Review
An analysis I wrote about the Seinfeld episode “The Outing” and the breakdown of stereotypes on television
The Outing: And How It Broke Media Culture
A piece that I wrote for Odyssey the day after the 2016 Presidential Election
Dear United States of America
This is an article I wrote for Odyssey about my coming out. The story received multiple positive reviews and many shares on Facebook and Twitter
Coming Out: How It Changed Me