Dim the lights, turn up the sound and enjoy what I have no doubt in calling the most groundbreaking year for film since who the hell knows.
In Zack Snyder's movies, you can observe how creatively and diversely he uses the subjective camera. So I'd decided to make a mashup with all (almost) first-person shots.
Religious references in the films of Martin Scorsese.
In the following montage, I’ve compiled the triangular imagery from 'The Neon Demon' to reveal both its prevalence and its role in framing the evolution/devolution of Jesse and those who would build themselves on her broken back.
From drops, to rain, to rivers, to an oceanic planet, Andrei Tarkovsky creates poetic images using water as his main element.
A compilation of gorgeous shots through Disney History.
In the following video I’ve gathered the most breathtaking and significant silhouettes from Deakins’ filmography and stitched them together to demonstrate the wide variety of impacts for which they’re employed.
A look back at inexplicable Oscar nominations.
This video essay is an analysis of Wong Kar Wai's use of colors. WKW is without doubt, one of cinema's great colorists. His films are renowned for their distinctive style, in which colors segue and blur into each other.
A collection of *MY* favorite movie villains being awesome, set to badass music.
Every Best Cinematography Oscar winner through 2016.