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  1. Subconscious Cinema


    from Dreamscience / Liked

    Hey, are you a dreamer? They say dreaming's dead. No one does it anymore. It’s not dead, it's just its been forgotten. I’m trying to change all that and I hope you are too. . . . Music…

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    • Christopher NOLAN Filmography (1998-2014) - Huge tribute


      from Adrien Bssgt / Liked

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      I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT, all rights belong to their respective owners. (I post the video here since Youtube blocked it). Click here to see my other videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeSiMz2m77s_xf6eNEChxnA Hello…

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      • LoveStories - Chapter One, Bo


        from Caroline Koning / Liked

        397K Plays / / 101 Comments

        The LoveStories project was initiated by Iman Whitfield (graduate project from Willem de Kooning), and created by Caroline Koning. After researching the online community of the LoveStories brand,…

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        • The Discarded Image: Episode 01 - Jaws (Spielberg, 1975)


          from 1848 Media / Liked

          91.9K Plays / / 60 Comments

          Welcome to The Discarded Image. A new online video series that analyses and deconstructs well known pieces of cinema. In this episode we look at the beach scene from Steven Spielberg's pop classic…

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          • Spike Jonze: The Aesthetics of Whimsy


            from Jacob T. Swinney / Liked

            19.3K Plays / / 16 Comments

            Despite the fact that the look of his films often takes a back seat to bizarre stories and quirky characters, Spike Jonze has crafted a uniquely whimsical visual style over the course of his four…

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            • Paul Thomas Anderson: From a Distance


              from Jacob T. Swinney / Liked

              29.9K Plays / / 20 Comments

              The characters in the films of Paul Thomas Anderson share many similarities. They come from dysfunctional families, they are desperately seeking acceptance, they let their emotions get the best of…

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              • Darren Aronofsky: Blind Leading the Blind


                from Jacob T. Swinney / Liked

                17.8K Plays / / 16 Comments

                Darren Aronofsky seems to favor tracking shots that capture his characters from behind rather than the front or side (most frequently in The Wrestler and Black Swan). Using a dolly, Steadicam, Snorricam,…

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                • First and Final Frames


                  from Jacob T. Swinney / Liked

                  1.7M Plays / / 304 Comments

                  What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films side-by-side. Some of the opening shots are strikingly similar…

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                  • Drive (2011) - The Quadrant System


                    from Tony Zhou / Liked

                    298K Plays / / 67 Comments

                    One of the many pleasures of Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Drive” (2011) is that the shots feel both tightly composed and weirdly unpredictable. Even though most of the images follow a…

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                    • Chet Faker - Gold


                      from Hiro Murai / Liked

                      871K Plays / / 191 Comments

                      starring: Candice Heiden April Corley Appelusa McGlynn dir Hiro Murai prod Kimberly Stuckwisch dp Larkin Seiple choreographer: Ryan Heffington AD: Jamar Hawkins gaffer: Matt Ardine prod…

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                      • GREAT DIRECTORS


                        from ANISMA FILMS / Liked

                        9,842 Plays / / 10 Comments

                        Great Directors, directed by Angela Ismailos, features conversations with ten of the world's greatest living directors: Bernardo Bertolucci, David Lynch, Liliana Cavani, Stephen Frears, Agnes…

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                        • Red: A Kubrick Supercut


                          from Rishi Kaneria / Liked

                          257K Plays / / 80 Comments

                          A supercut examining Stanley Kubrick's use of the color red. I have always been fascinated by color as a form of non-verbal communication. Color has a profound and powerful psychological…

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