Video Essays on Film | curated by FocusPulling.com

Video Essays on Film | curated by FocusPulling.com

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Cinema mash-ups that make a point with commentary, or visuals alone, have gotten the name "video essays." But they're really about the art of films. In the spirit of throwing everything together, this channel is called Video Essays on Film. The complete…


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Cinema mash-ups that make a point with commentary, or visuals alone, have gotten the name "video essays." But they're really about the art of films. In the spirit of throwing everything together, this channel is called Video Essays on Film. The complete collection can be found at http://www.focuspulling.com/essays combined with others from YouTube via http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0s6wHYT7yKyob6UvSytShSvifq7MQH3T. Please hit the Follow button here to see this content as it arrives.

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  • Peet Gelderblom

    "REMAKING FEAR: EVOLUTION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS" is a 47-minute long video essay about the four movie adaptations of Jack Finney's classic 1955 novel. It had its world premiere at Imagine Film Festival and is currently featured at RogerEbert.com. Written, edited and narrated by Peet Gelderblom, who earlier created the Director’s Cut of Brian De Palma’s Raising Cain and the mash-up series Pretty Messed Up. vimeo.com/260659837

    by Peet Gelderblom

  • Travis Lee Ratcliff

    In this video essay I explore the legacy of Paranoid Thrillers and examine the rise of paranoia in contemporary cinema: vimeo.com/220848490. Thanks!

    by Travis Lee Ratcliff

  • Travis Lee Ratcliff

    What is Character Perspective? Exploring objective and subjective character perspective and contrasting it with "point of view" shots. vimeo.com/219223876

    by Travis Lee Ratcliff

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