There are Stanley Kubrick video essays – plenty of them – and then there are STANLEY KUBRICK VIDEO ESSAYS, those that stand out from the pack and blow your mind in a similar fashion to the filmmaker they’re discussing.
This video essay is a response to the Every Frame A Painting video, 'The Marvel Symphonic Universe'.
A look at temporary music.
Despite 13 films and 10 billion dollars at the box office, the Marvel Cinematic Universe lacks a distinctive musical identity or approach. So let’s try to answer the question: what is missing from Marvel music?
Not a single name has had more of an impact on an artistic medium than HBO.
The protagonist of 'Nightcrawler' is motivated, clever, and a sociopath — and despite him taking unforgivable actions, the audience stays engaged in the story. Why?
He is back! What does the original 'Terminator' movie have in common with religion and myth?
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
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.
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.