Julia is a London Metropolitan University Film student from Poland. Since childhood, she has been interested in films and art.
In order to fulfill her goal to study abroad, she completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme where she was able to thoroughly study and develop her interests, by creating various short films around her hometown, displaying two coherent art exhibitions featuring her own works, and participating in many film festivals - assisting film directors from around the world.
When Julia is not doing anything film related she listens to alternative, psychedelic rock, sometimes attending concerts or music festivals. Traveling around the world, meeting new people and cultures is what enables Julia to stay in her creative process and inspiration.
She used to be a competitive swimmer for eight years, participating in many competitions around Poland and Europe.
Because of her interest in art and film, Julia is contributing to BSWink, allowing her passion and skills to create an enjoying experience for our readers.
Her roles range from producing film and art content, such as the images you see for each article, designing our BSWink shirts - which she can be seen wearing here, managing our social media accounts. But most importantly she was the creative mind behind the design of the BSWink logo which we proudly represent.
She hopes you find her work enjoyable, and informative.
Jarzyna navigates through Chinatown to better understand the implications of colour choice while also considering the context the impact of colour and/or historical context in revising meaning in film noir.
Jarzyna observes Ingmar Bergman's 1957 Romance Drama, from the perspective of memory as a narrative tool.
In this article, Jarzyna explores postmodernism in The Matrix while also analysing its core elements.
"Merging everything with parody and pastiche elements, resulted in The Matrix becoming one of the most popular films of its genre..."