“The Five Love Languages” was written in 1992 by Gary Chapman to show the ways people tend to express and experience romantic love. But the term has become something more than that. Love languages can mean many different things to different people and can differ according to culture, sexuality, and so many other phenomena.
How have love languages aged since people even knew what they were called? How much do we know about them now? How do we express them now? Does it relate to everyone? There’s much to learn and so many factors that go into something that seems relatively new to us now.
This project tells this multi-faceted story in, well, a multi-faceted way — through a documentary, a 360-degree video and a podcast.
Kenya Cardonne is a senior at Florida International University majoring in Digital Communications + Multimedia Production with a Minor in Art. She enjoys producing all forms of art including film and photography while aspiring to grow in the T.V. industry.
A Brazilian-American and Miami native, Elijah Pestana is pursuing his undergraduate in broadcast media and digital communication at FIU. He uses his experience within the performing arts, television and higher education sectors to pursue his deep passion for storytelling and entertaining others. He aspires to become a late-night talk show host, combining his gift of comedy and love for journalism to promote media literacy for future generations.