A collection of academic work by K. Williams on writing and writing theory. The focus is on screenwriting, adaptations from novels and the tools used, as well as analysis of cultural portrayals. K has a Master’s degree in screenwriting.
K. Williams is a Graduate of the SUNY Empire State College, School for Graduate Studies. With a Master’s degree (MALS) in Film Studies and Screenwriting, her experience on the topic of adaptation is extensive. Here you will find essays and articles written by K on various topics, including film, writing and history.
- Adaptation Theory: A Literature Review
- Advanced Screenwriting Analysis
- Barry Lyndon: Intertextuality and Film Adaptation
- D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation and Intolerance: History and Politics in the Images of Race and Class on Film
- Film as Historical Document: The Hollywood Production Code Era
- Film Theory: A Review
- History and Politics on Film: The Cold War and Social Consensus in the United States
- The Intellectual According to Said, with Support from DuBois
- Melancholia and the Infinite Sadness: Chopin’s Daring Revelation of Depression in The Awakening
- Of Graphic Novels and Adaptations: A History of Violence
- Portrayals of Gender and Sexuality in American Cinema
- Portrayals of Race and Ethnicity on Film: Viewing the Other
- The Psychology and History of Film Noir: Film Noir as Genre to the Present Day
- A review of the Course and Rewrite of 8 Days in Ireland
- Review of David Kahn’s Hitler’s Spies: German Military Intelligence in World War II and Wayne Nelson’s A Spy’s Diary of World War II:Inside the OSS with an American Agent in Europe
- This Gun for Hire: the Transformation from Fiction to Film
- Women: The Overlooked Spies of World War II
All articles and Essays are copy written and the soul property of K. Williams. These documents may not be reproduced, duplicated, or copied without permission.