The aesthetic and techniques of cinematographer Darius Khondji.
The philosophical sensibility of Ingmar Bergman’s work and how he technically conveys this through lighting, framing, and shot selection
As human beings, we can express our emotions to each other by many different ways. A glance, a touch, or a hug can express much more than 100 words.
A brief look at the use of windows in the films of Michael Mann.
Whip it good.
Why do characters swear? You may think it's just for laughs or to show anger, but it actually goes a lot deeper than you may think.
A supercut of cinema's most lovable weirdos.
This video explores what I feel is the true meaning of this film, not that of a legal thriller but at the heart the journey of a mans redemption.
The Spanish film industry is rich in history, having suffered some serious setbacks. Yet there have been joyous moments of redemption and return. In this essay, I delve into the history of Spanish cinema and beyond.
Is life a dream? Who knows? But I do know that 7 minutes and 36 seconds isn't nearly enough time to answer that question, so instead I focused on Richard Linklater's answer to that question.
A short montage celebrating the cinematography techniques of 'Sherlock' (BBC TV series) and their use of symmetry.