1. Badlands - ein Videoessay über die Beziehungsdynamik


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    Eine Gruppenarbeit zum Thema Videoessayismus von Dilan Barkin, Patricia Cramer, Paul Haas und Christopher Hupe

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    • City of Lost Children + Visual Storytelling


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      Created for a digital film review assignment in ENGL301. Made using Camtasia.

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      • Duality in Looper (Framing the Picture)


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        A brief analysis of the ways Looper portrays the duality of its protagonist/antagonist through story elements, cinematography, and editing. Edited and Narrated by Matt Marlin Made under Fair Use for educational purposes.

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        • Compare and Contrast: Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick


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          Created for school. I do not own anything but my voice. The music at the end is:https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/steven-spielberg-vs-alfred/id951252763 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wYtG7aQTHA There is a sad lack of The Birds and Paths of Glory in this video.

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          • Whiplash: Sounds and Close-Ups


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            The Art of Close-Ups and Sounds in Whiplash. Director: Damien Chazelle DoP: Sharone Meir Sound: Craig Mann, Ben Wilkins and Thomas Curley Music: Justin Hurwitz

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            • Hidden Behind Lace


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              A Video Essay about Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence".

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              • Potemkin Revisited


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                Battleship Cliché-kin Introduction A riot and the later highjacking of a battleship, a massacre on the coasts of Odessa and a fight between two battleships that ends happily are headlines that just scream epic war film, which is in a way what Eisenstein’s work was meant to be: a film to fill the hearts of young Soviet citizens with a revolutionary spirit. But it is hard to say that it appeals in the same way nowadays. War films have changed throughout the years and as expected after 90 years such films feel a whole lot different. That is why we want to reimagine Battleship Potemkin as if it was influenced or even directed by other directors more popularly known today. This small trailer is to be seen as one with an essayistic essence, abstracting itself from the idea that films are static and emphasizing single aspects that compose a genre. A synthesis between Eisenstein's original work, other director’s works and our own conception of clichés is what this trailer came up to be. In a way we ended up judging Eisenstein’s and other director’s work with their own. In the Cambridge Dictionary Online Cliché is defined “an idea or expression that has been used too often and is often considered a sign of bad writing or old-fashioned thinking. Filmic Sources: Battleship Potemkin, Sergei Einstein 1925 Foreign Correspondant, Alfred Hitchcock 1940 Bananas, Woody Allen 1971 The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola 1972 Love & Death, Woody Allen 1975 The Untouchables, Brian De Palma 1987 Naked Gun 33 1/2, Peter Segal 1994 Brazil, Terry Gilliam 1985 Music The Sacred War - Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov 1941

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                • Screaming Spirits: Reha Erdem's Soundscapes


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                  Çığlık Atan Ruhlar: Reha Erdem'in Ses-manzaraları Kaç Para Kaç (A Run for Money, 1999) Korkuyorum Anne (What's a Human Anyway, 2004) Beş Vakit (Times and Winds, 2006) Hayat Var (My Only Sunshine, 2008) Kosmos (2010) Jîn (2013) Şarkı Söyleyen Kadınlar (Singing Women, 2013)

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                  • Color and Conflict in The Guest (Framing the Picture)


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                    A brief analysis of the color scheme of The Guest and how it corresponds to the conflict within the film. Narrated and Edited by Matt Marlin This video made for educational purposes under Fair Use.

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                    • "Happiness"-Video Essay


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                      Digital Media 3540 (Cinematography 2) final project. We were required to direct, film and edit a 3-5 short film. Our main requirement was that we needed to tell a story. Filmed with a Canon Rebel T3i and edited with Adobe Premier. Music: "Home" by Phillip Phillips

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