Alex Fenaughty is an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado at Denver. He is majoring in English with an emphasis on Film Studies, and while he agrees that Citizen Kane (1941) may be the greatest film ever made, he speculates that it is no one's favorite.


Cameras, Truth, and War Stories: Full Metal Jacket and Apocalypse Now

35 years after the fact, the Vietnam War remains a divisive event in American history. Anti-communist sentiment stemming from the Cold War was tempered by an increasing desire for isolationism within the American populace, and both of these viewpoints were complicated by the introduction of a media presence in Vietnam which allowed news to be transported from the front faster than ever before. Read on...