Scarlet Cheng

Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, Otis College of Art and Design

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Writer on arts and film contributing to the Los Angeles Times and Artillery, an art magazine; Senior Lecturer of Film Studies at Otis College of Art and Design

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On its way to becoming the top grossing film of all time, James Cameron's  Avatar  is already famous for more than its mind-boggling 3-D special effects.

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