This time we made an analysis about the Solozzo’s Death Scene. Take a extensive peek into the creative process of 'The Godfather' inspired by Francis Ford Coppola’s 'Godfather' Notebook and find out how he made this brilliant scene of one of the greatest films of all time.
'The Incredibles' (2004) uses superpowers to challenge our assumptions about family roles.
An audiovisual essay by Will Ross on the exceptional soundtracks of two classic Westerns, 'Stagecoach' and 'My Darling Clementine.'
How do you determine what makes a good freeze frame and what is better left to the illusion of motion? Fortunately, we got a video for that.
A powerful story made more so by what isn’t said, but rather by what is communicated in raw emotion between the actors and the silences they assume.
A look at the aesthetic and techniques of Bradford Young (Arrival).
In this video essay, we explore how Studio Ghibli consistently achieves immersive realism in their films.
What people consume in a movie says a lot about their character, but what does it mean when they drink milk? Let's take a look.
'Leon: The Professional, directed by Luc Besson, is a masterclass in making you care for the characters, so that you care what happens in the action scenes.
Here's a question you may never have thought about before: what does an animation editor actually do?
The deductive process onscreen.