Monthly Digest: 2013 September

September is the craziest month so far this year. It was insanely hectic, i attempted to do a small project for the blog through the special 3-part series of Fashion and Films thoughts out loud articles on the blog, but my real life actually have a more significant event: I finally finished my master thesis! Yay me! So after my thesis defense at the last week of the month, i still could not rest my brain because i need to revised the manuscript, write a paper to be published in a journal, etc before i can graduate. Now everything is done right on the cusp of the deadline and i’m going to graduate in October :) Of course, the question (and panic) of getting a real job is hovering in my brain, but i have to put that aside for now. Instead, let’s recap what happened in the last 30 days at KaramelKinema.
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(please forgive the header image, but it’s perfectly describe my current joyous mood!)
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New movies seen in September (locally released in Indonesia Cinema)
Byzantium | One Direction: This Is Us | Kick-Ass 2 | Secretly, Greatly

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Previously released films that i just got my paws on :D
The Kings of Summer | Disconnect | The Bling Ring | This is The End | A Teacher | Adore

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Lovely short shorts: Noah | Born Sweet | The Gathering Squall

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This month TV, Awards Talk: 2013 Primetime Emmy

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Talking about various aspect of fashion and cinema love affair in three part Thoughts Out Loud: Fashion in Films | Fashion and Films | Fashion Films
Whilst talking about a couple of Fashion doc The September Issue | Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s

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A collaboration with SheSpeaksMovies: MOVIECUBE. Accordingly adopt Fashion as the theme of the month: Blow-Up | Sex and The City | Valentino: The Last Emperor

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4th Month of 2013 5 Obstruction Blogathon, created by Nostra from Myfilmviews. Write a 2000 words review, my chosen movie for the challange: The Internship. Beside that i joined the Debut Blogathon by Terry Malloy’s Pigeon Coop and Three Rows Back, reviewing Darren Aronofsky’s debut feature: π  Pi.

October is already starting and i’ve watched more films within the last three days (including Metallica’s Through The Never and Rush) than i can review in a week. But i already have several fun things to look forward to (blog-wise), including me finally going to Q! Film Festival, a festival for LGBT films in Indonesia. Let’s hope there would be good news to look forward to in the real-life front :D

How was your September? Whether it’s good or bad, let’s hope for an outstanding October for us all!

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