Desperado: Hyperlink Cinema as a Springboard for Societal Critique
Date of Completion
Honors Thesis - Campus Access
Film and Television Production (PROD)
Joseph Todd Walker
To fully engage with the discourse surrounding the genre of hyperlink cinema, I intend to create my own original cinematic work to participate in this notion of creating detailed, transcendent character mosaics that explore the commonalities between different people. I have thus written Desperado, which will be my senior thesis project at Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television. It will be a fifteen-minute short film set and shot on location in Los Angeles, California.
Desperado is a story about the loss of innocence. It explores how growing up amidst crime and societal instability affects different people, whether they’re 10, 25 or 50 years old--and highlights the effects of chance, circumstance and coincidence on interpersonal relationships.
Gulati, Arun 5053590 and Walker, Joseph Todd, "Desperado: Hyperlink Cinema as a Springboard for Societal Critique" (2018). Honors Thesis. 216.