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  1. References to 70-80's movies in Stranger Things


    from Ulysse Thevenon Liked 1.3M 2,938 190

    Watch my tribute to the art of movie posters : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oyh5e9VqB78 -- This is a supercut of selected scenes from Netflix TV serie "Stranger" Things associated with…

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    • How Does an Editor Think and Feel?


      from Tony Zhou Liked 149K 4,829 98

      For the past ten years, I’ve been editing professionally. Yet one question always stumps me: “How do you know when to cut?” And I can only answer that it’s very instinctual.…

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      • Akira Kurosawa - Composing Movement


        from Tony Zhou Liked 236K 5,505 92

        Can movement tell a story? Sure, if you’re as gifted as Akira Kurosawa. More than any other filmmaker, he had an innate understanding of movement and how to capture it onscreen. Join me today…

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        • F for Fake (1973) - How to Structure a Video Essay


          from Tony Zhou Liked 111K 3,612 78

          If you want to make video essays, there’s no better film to study than Orson Welles’ 1973 masterpiece, F for Fake. There are a million lessons to take away from it, but today, let’s…

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          • Come Together – a film directed by Wes Anderson starring Adrien Brody – H&M


            from Search Party Liked 34.3K 1,565 0

            Music supervised by Search Party!

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            • Bruce Springsteen: 41 Years on Thunder Road


              from Phil Whitehead Liked 299K 302 25

              A music-video-supercut of Bruce Springsteen singing Thunder Road between 1975-2016 “Springsteen refuses to be a mercenary curator of his past. He continues to evolve as an artist, filling…

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              • Chuck Jones - The Evolution of an Artist


                from Tony Zhou Liked 337K 6,831 86

                If you grew up watching Looney Tunes, then you know Chuck Jones, one of all-time masters of visual comedy. Normally I would talk about his ingenious framing and timing, but not today. Instead, I’d…

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                • The Food Lab


                  from Serious Eats Liked 51.3K 191 0

                  What if you could eat science? Good news -- you can! Let us show you the menu! The Food Lab is a series based on the explosively popular column by J. Kenji López-Alt at Serious Eats, the…

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                  • Thin Lizzy vs Pixies - The Boys Are Back In Heaven


                    from Phil RetroSpector Liked 36.5K 185 22

                    Thin Lizzy vs Pixies as imagined by Phil RetroSpector

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                    • Spike Jonze: The Aesthetics of Whimsy


                      from Jacob T. Swinney Liked 37K 918 19

                      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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                      • Making it in America


                        from Joris Debeij Liked 163K 1,253 74

                        The goals we formulate for our lives are greatly influenced by where we started out in life. As a teenager, Alma Velasco had dreams of finishing school and getting a degree in El Salvador. But her…

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                        • Leaving Williamsburg


                          from Charles Schwab Liked

                          Living happily in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 1992, Heleen left everything behind and moved to a farm upstate New York. Why did she go? To save her daughter’s life. Made by Bas Berkhout *Disclosure:…

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