Hayley Paskevich (She/Her) is an avid moviegoer and lover of the written word. It should come as no surprise then that she graduated university with an English degree, minoring in Film Studies. Hailing from the Canadian west, Hayley currently works in the captioning industry and wants to one day make a career out of writing for film. In the meantime though, she can probably be found obsessing over whatever show she’s bingewatching at the moment, coming up with terrible puns, or jamming out to the Six the musical soundtrack.

Flipping The Script Upside Down: Women And Girls With Agency In Stranger Things Season Three

“Forget “strong female character.” Aim for: “Woman or girl with agency.” One who makes decisions, affects the story, pushes the plot.” – Chuck Wendig I came across this excellent quote … Continue reading Flipping The Script Upside Down: Women And Girls With Agency In Stranger Things Season Three

Embracing Your Inner Child In A Grown-Up World: What ‘Christopher Robin’ and ‘Unicorn Store’ Can Teach Us

At what point do we decide something we once loved dearly is too childish, meant to be left forever in the past as we venture forward into the mysterious phase … Continue reading Embracing Your Inner Child In A Grown-Up World: What ‘Christopher Robin’ and ‘Unicorn Store’ Can Teach Us

Falling In Love Through Song: The Appeal Of The Indie Musical Romance

Picture this: it’s Valentine’s Day and you’ve already made plans for a date night in with your significant other/friends/self – you get the idea. You have dinner prepared and lighting … Continue reading Falling In Love Through Song: The Appeal Of The Indie Musical Romance