Rafael Abreu

Writer Freelance

Current MA Cinema Studies candidate at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and two certificates in Film Studies and Asian Studies from Florida International University, and over seven years of academic and professional writing experience.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), English, Philosophy, Film Studies, Asian Studies
Current MA Cinema Studies candidate
content-market Writing
editing Editing
Research
blogging
film script editing
public-relation Public Relations

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Recent Posts

How to End a Story — Different Types of Story Endings Explained

May 9, 2021

Human beings have been telling stories for as long as we have roamed this Earth. Storytelling has gone from oral tradition to a natural part of the cinematic landscape.

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Rafael Abreu

Rafael Abreu received his B.A. in English from Florida International University, along with certificates in Film Studies and Asian Studies. He’s written reviews, scripts, and analytical essays focusing on all aspects of cinema. He can’t stop talking about aspect ratios.

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What is Expressionism Art — Definition, Examples & Artists

November 27, 2022

It’s an art style that had roots in the late 19th century but came into full force in the 20th century. Rejecting objective impressions for a subjective look at the world around them

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Animation Storyboard — Tips, Techniques & Templates

November 9, 2022

Storyboarding is something that can be done in all types of visual mediums, whether it’s a movie, show, or commercial. They make it easy to visualize what you want to see on-screen, which can save you a lot of time with staging, editing, and shooting

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Screenplay vs Script — Differences Explained with Examples

June 5, 2022

hen you browse for movie scripts online, you can get all kinds of results. And in these instances, what you look up online may not be exactly what you’re looking for. In some cases, what a screenwriter ends up finding is a script and not a traditional screenplay

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