1. They Wrap Around Your Head


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    • Shame


      from Nate Sutton / Added

      (2012) - This is a scene recreated from the film Shame (2011) for my directing class at Cal State Northridge. The project was to take an existing conversation piece from any film and reproduce it with our own directorial vision. Shame was written by Steve McQueen and Abi Morgan as well as directed by Steve McQueen, and remains one of my favorite tragedies of modern cinema. This project features Bri Sarikcioglu and Santino Acheronti.

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      • Steve Mcqueen


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        -Shame -Hunger -12 years of slave Music: 'Solomon' by Hans Zimmer

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        • Inspire me - Steve McQueen


          from Coala Jungle / Added

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          An inspirational video collage and re-edit of Steve McQueens work

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          • Runaway


            from Gil Costa / Added

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            Original music by Gil Costa. On a scene of Steve McQueen movie "Shame" (2011)

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            • DJ Sharam


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              • Steve McQueen: Stagnant


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                In an era that is saturated with lavish and complex camera movement, Steve McQueen stands out for implicating the contrary. McQueen often employs the static shot in crucial situations, a technique that partially defines the unique style of the director's three feature-length films: 12 Years a Slave, Shame, and Hunger. Rather than using a slow dolly or handheld movement to convey poignancy, McQueen chooses to simply leave the camera be. In doing so, he urges us to fully absorb the moment--there are no pans to guide us away, or even a rack focus to slightly divert our attention. McQueen seems to especially favor the static shot during gruesome struggles and times of extreme distress. He often lingers on these moments for extended periods of time, yet the camera remains motionless. Like the characters, we cannot escape the moment and we are forced to endure every second. MUSIC: "Unravelling" by Harry Escott Films used: Hunger (2008) Shame (2011) 12 Years a Slave (2013) Featured at: http://blogs.indiewire.com/pressplay/watch-steve-mcqueens-lingering-camera-a-video-essay-20150206 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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                • Shame and the City


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                  This is a video analysis of Shame. Feel free to follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kingdomoshadows Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kingdomoshadows

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                  • 12 Wings A Slave by Back to the Feature


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                    A respective look at two Oscar Winning Best Pictures, 12 Years a Slave and Wings. This is for educational purposes, I do not claim ownership of the footage or soundtrack above. Property owners and creators are listed as Paramount Pictures an 20th Century Fox Pictures. For the full review please visit. http://rileycmorris.tumblr.com/post/108119439302/a-review-of-12-years-a-slave-vs-wings

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                    • SENKING - Mimi


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                      Senking's music and the titlesequence of "The Getaway" (1972) without the titles.

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