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Avery T. Phillips

Avery T. Phillips is a freelance human being with too much to say. She loves nature and examining human interactions with the world. Comment or tweet her @a_taylorian with any questions or suggestions.
Avery T. Phillips is a freelance human being with too much to say. She loves nature and examining human interactions with the world. Comment or tweet her @a_taylorian with any questions or suggestions.


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The Top 5 Most Realistic Combat Scenes in Movies

By   November 11, 2018

From the beaches of Normandy to the plains of Africa, Avery T. Phillips counts off the most realistic combat scenes in movies. Throughout all the movies we’ve watched over the years, there have been some amazing fighting scenes — and some that made us question what the directors and producers were thinking during the production […]

The Future Is Now: Tech on the silver screen

By   November 1, 2018

Avery T. Phillips talks about how our portrayal of tech on the silver screen has evolved over the past few decades and how it’s shaped our view of our lives. Science fiction has been a beloved genre for decades, but it doesn’t always age well. For instance, when the original Blade Runner hit the box […]

The Many Faces of Marriage, Love, and Courtship on Film

By   October 4, 2018

Avery T. Phillips lists five prime examples of the changing faces of marriage, love and courtship on film over the past twenty years. Every cinephile loves a good love story. Countless films feature a love story as its central plot, whether that romance has a happy ending, a tragic one (a la West Side Story), […]

Why More Filmmakers Should Tackle Climate Change (and How They Can Do It)

By   September 8, 2018

Avery T. Phillips discusses the responsibility of tackling climate change through cinema and lays out a simple, three-step, plan for how to do it. From the rise of natural disasters and their human toll to the film-worthy power of natural settings, climate change and other environmental subjects make for powerful viewing. Yet the jury is […]

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