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Understanding the Cinematography of Wally Pfister
The Stoic Male Antihero Trope Examined
References to 70s and 80s Movies in ‘Stranger Things’
Beyond the Frame
H. Perry Horton
Jacob T. Swinney
Jack’s Movie Reviews
Lessons from the Screenplay
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The Top 5 Gene Wilder Moments
Remembering a great performer.
Alfonso Cuaron: The Art of Letting it Play
This is a film essay highlighting director Alfonso Cuaron's use of long takes to accomplish varying things, based on the story they are being used in.
1980s Production Company Intros
Best watched in your parents’ basement with the lights off, a pack of Whoppers, and a stolen can of Natural Light from your dad’s minifridge.
Kieslowski’s ‘Dekalog:’ A Single Vision
Ten Commandments, nine cinematographers, one vision. What most unified this great director's masterwork was his eye for human faces.
‘Fury Road’ – Crash & Smash
The film without its VFX.
Indiana Jones and 10 Ways to Use a Whip
Whip it good.
The Evolution of Robots in Movies and TV
Robots are fascinating. This video—using the amazing Scott Park's illustrations—shows the evolution of these amazing synthetic characters in movies and TV.
Top 5 Shots in the Films of Curtis Hanson
In honor of his passing, we wanted to remember the cinematic legacy of Mr. Hanson by selecting as a staff our five favorite shots from his films.
The Top 10 Shots in Horror
A top ten list of the best shots in modern horror (from 'Psycho' in 1960 up to today).
Steven Spielberg Opening Shots 1971-1991
Opening Shots from 13 Feature Films