1. This video essay is about VoiceOver in Martin Scorsese's films; including Goodfellas, The Wolf of Wall Street, Casino and Taxi Driver.

    Scorsese is very liberal and creative with vo. As his movies often deal with the theme of guilt, redemption and violence in all forms, vo can be an efficient way to show various perspectives on the matter and reasons for the choices the characters make.

    Narrated by
    Bartosz Księżyk
    Jeffrey Shiffman

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    With footage from

    "Goodfellas" dir. Martin Scorsese 1990
    "Casino" dir. Martin Scorsese 1995
    "Taxi Driver" dir. Martin Scorsese 1976
    "The Wolf of Wall Street" dir. Martin Scorsese 2013
    "Exclusive Martin Scorsese discusses his faith, his struggles, and Silence" 2017
    "Futurama" dir. Matt Groening
    "Back to the Future" dir. Robert Zemekis 1985
    "Real 'Wolf of Wall Street' How I Became Corrupted" by Bloomberg 2014
    "Henry Hill's Last Days"
    "Pulp Fiction" dir. Quentin Tarantino 1995

    and music
    "Rags to Riches" Tony Bennet
    "Sincerely" The Moonglows
    "Memo from Turner" Mick Jagger
    "Sunshine of your love" Cream
    "Jump into the fire" Harry Nilsson
    "Ain't that a kick in the head" Dean Martin
    "Look in my eyes" The Chantels
    "Mannish Boy" Muddy Waters
    "Pretty Things" Bo Diddly
    Taxi Driver Theme" Bernard Hermann
    "Baby I love you" Aretha Franklin
    "It's not for me to say" Johnny Mathis
    "Speedo" The Cadillacs
    "Playboy" The Marvelletes
    "Double Dutch" Malcolm McLaren

    This video was created out of pure love for cinema,
    with the sole purpose of sharing knowledge.
    As such it does not intend to infringe any copyrights.

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  2. Is God watching in all Marty's films?

    Films used:
    - Who's That Knocking at My Door? (1967)
    - Boxcar Bertha (1972)
    - Mean Streets (1973)
    - Taxi Driver (1976)
    - New York, New York (1977)
    - Raging Bull (1980)
    - The King of Comedy (1982)
    - After Hours (1985)
    - The Color of Money (1986)
    - The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
    - New York Stories (1989)
    - Goodfellas (1990)
    - Cape Fear (1991)
    - The Age of Innocence (1993)
    - Casino (1995)
    - Kundun (1997)
    - Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
    - Gangs of New York (2002)
    - The Aviator (2004)
    - The Departed (2006)
    - Shutter Island (2010)
    - Hugo (2011)
    - The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
    - Silence (2016)

    Music: Max Richter- On The Nature of Daylight (from Shutter Island Soundtrack)

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  3. Martin Scorsese’s penchant for a specific kind of zoom, one where he runs the camera right up to the face of his subject, falls somewhere in between the subtle and the obnoxious. Seduced as we are by the style and panache of Scorsese’s oeuvre, we let this habit of his pass us by unnoticed at first, just another notch on his highly snazzy belt, just another way he makes us feel part of the stylised worlds he constructs. But once you see it, it becomes difficult to unsee it, and you begin looking for it. And when this starts, it quickly becomes apparent just how often he tends to use this kind of zoom.

    Films used:
    - Mean Streets (1973)
    - Taxi Driver (1976)
    - New York, New York (1977)
    - Raging Bull (1980)
    - After Hours (1985)
    - The Color of Money (1986)
    - The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
    - New York Stories (1989)
    - Goodfellas (1990)
    - Cape Fear (1991)
    - The Age of Innocence (1993)
    - Casino (1995)
    - Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
    - Gangs of New York (2002)
    - The Aviator (2004)
    - The Departed (2006)
    - Shutter Island (2010)
    - Hugo (2011)
    - The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

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  4. This video essay is a response to the Every Frame A Painting video, 'The Marvel Symphonic Universe': Every Frame a Painting

    Should film music be original? That's a question that goes right back to the earliest of film sound. But with new technology came changes - and just maybe, the answer to why all Marvel films seem to have forgettable music.

    This video was made by Dan Golding: http://www.twitter.com/dangolding

    For educational purposes only.

    All credit to Tony Zhou for his incredible channel, and for finally getting me motivated enough to make a video essay.

    Archival and interview footage:

    John Williams conducts The Empire Strikes Back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu7_dMhdciw
    Hans Zimmer talks The Dark Knight Rises: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvqwyKwWOj4
    Hans Zimmer: the making of Interstellar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_8t2VlwK4w
    Man Of Steel Soundtrack - Percussion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTOMIyynBPE
    The Buggles - Video Killed the Radio Star: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8r-tXRLazs
    Academy Awards 1936: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VJU61IKJ6E
    Pierre Boulez conducts The Rite of Spring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dn_PGrl5vYg
    S. Rachmaninov. Symphony 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ey-Ecr_3ro
    Adorno about Popular Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xd7Fhaji8ow
    John Williams conducts The Force Awakens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjNfOhbzxfI
    Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmWdUCiZ-RE
    The Searchers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30N-weocZT4

    Music Cues and film score excerpts:

    John Williams - Let There Be Light (Close Encounters of the Third Kind)
    Hans Zimmer - Message From Home (Interstellar)
    King's Row - Erich Wolfgang Korngold
    How The West Was Won - Alfred Newman
    Star Wars - John Williams
    2001: A Space Odyssey - Strauss: Also Spruck Zarathustra
    Troy - James Horner
    Enemy At The Gates - James Horner
    Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan - James Horner
    Avatar - James Horner
    Inception - Hans Zimmer
    Driving Miss Daisy - Hans Zimmer
    Chinatown - Jerry Goldsmith
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest - Hans Zimmer
    The Dark Knight - Hans Zimmer
    Man of Steel - Hans Zimmer

    All films and music owned by their respective rights holders.

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  5. Here's a second, supplementary video we made: vimeo.com/181873016
    And a new Twitter account about temp music we made: twitter.com/SoundsLikeTemp
    Watch Dan Golding's great response video here: youtube.com/watch?v=UcXsH88XlKM

    Off the top of your head, could you sing the theme from Star Wars? How about James Bond? Or Harry Potter? But here’s the kicker: can you sing any theme from a Marvel film? 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?

    This video was made by
    Brian Satterwhite: twitter.com/bmsatter
    Taylor Ramos: twitter.com/glassesattached
    Tony Zhou: twitter.com/tonyszhou

    For educational purposes only. You can donate to support the channel at
    Patreon: patreon.com/everyframeapainting

    Interviews filmed in Vancouver, B.C., Canada
    Special thanks to David Chen for feedback: youtube.com/user/davechensky

    The Hollywood Reporter 2012 Composers Roundtable: youtube.com/watch?v=BP793Rw1cIQ
    The Hollywood Reporter 2014 Composers Roundtable: youtube.com/watch?v=gSAF9_ZHjfc

    Music Cues:

    Daniel Pemberton - Orchestra Tuning Up (from The Movies (2005) video game)
    Ramin Djawadi - “Test Day Eleven” (Unreleased from Iron Man)
    Patrick Doyle - "8m52 Warriors Find Thor ALT” (Unreleased from Thor)
    Henry Jackman - “The Smithsonian” (from Winter Soldier)
    Danny Elfman - “Heroes” (from Age of Ultron)
    Danny Elfman - “Farmhouse” (from Age of Ultron)
    Patrick Doyle - “Ride to Observatory” (from Thor)
    Henry Jackman - "A New Recruit” (from Civil War)

    Temp Music Examples:

    300 (2007)
    Elliot Goldenthal - “Victorious Titus” from Titus (1999)
    Tyler Bates - “Returns a King"
    Titus owned by Fox Searchlight Pictures
    300 owned by Warner Bros. Pictures

    THOR (2011)
    Steve Jablonsky - “Einstein’s Wrong” from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)
    Patrick Doyle - “Hammer Found"
    Transformers owned by Paramount Pictures
    Thor first owned by Paramount Pictures, then transferred to Walt Disney Studios

    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
    Henry Jackman - “Captain America” from Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
    Junkie XL - “Brothers in Arms"
    Winter Soldier owned by Walt Disney Studios
    Mad Max: Fury Road owned by Warner Bros. Pictures

    DRIVE ANGRY (2011)
    Hans Zimmer - “Mombasa” from Inception (2010)
    Michael Wandmacher - “Mass vs. Acceleration"
    Inception owned by Warner Bros. Pictures
    Drive Angry owned by Lionsgate/Summit Entertainment

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