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  1. Riga la belle inconnue de la baltique

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    from franck vrignon / Liked

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    • Insomnia

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      from Tom Kramer / Liked

      173 Plays / / 3 Comments

      had some insomnia and made this montage to some of my favorite late night movies.

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      • Wes Anderson's The Shining

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        from Steve Ramsden / Liked

        38.2K Plays / / 20 Comments

        I noticed how Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick frame their shots in a similar way - this was the result: "The Grand Overlook Hotel"! Special thanks to David Hughes for some great advice…

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        • TheButterflyCircus - HD

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          from The Butterfly Circus / Liked

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          www.thebutterflycircus.com At the height of the Great Depression, the showman of a renowned circus discovers a man without limbs being exploited at a carnival sideshow, but after an intriguing encounter…

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          • Mad Max: Center Framed

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            from Vashi Nedomansky / Liked

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            FULL ARTICLE: vashivisuals.com/the-editing-of-mad-max-fury-road/ Film Editor Margaret Sixel was given over 480 hours of footage to create MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. The final edit ran 120 minutes and…

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            • The Third Man Video Essay- Roger Ebert's Great Movies

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              from Phil Whitehead / Liked

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              Spoilers alert. The second in a series of video essays inspired by Roger Ebert’s Great Movies series. This one is made partly in celebration of Orson Welles’ 100th birthday this month. Copyright…

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              • 2001: A Film Analysis

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                from Daniel Cake / Liked

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                Film Analysis of 2001: A Space Odyssey, by Daniel Ruginets 2001: A Space Odyssey 1968 dir Stanley Kubrick

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                • In Praise of Chairs

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                  from Tony Zhou / Liked

                  23.5K Plays / / 15 Comments

                  One of the great things about detailed production design is that it pays off in unexpected ways. So today I explore the weird possibilities of that most common of objects: the chair. For educational…

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                  • NOIR CITY U.S.A.

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                    from Sean Malloy Productions / Liked

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                    NOIR CITY U.S.A. It took 3 years, 3,000 miles, 2 Tbs of footage, 2 cameras and one pair of new balances to create this film on the city that has raised so many private dicks, femme fatales, down…

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                    • Arnold Schwarzenegger: Carnival In Rio

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                      from Found Footage Festival / Liked

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                      This travel video for Rio de Janeiro stars a young and frisky Arnold Schwarzenegger, who sexually harasses just about every woman he sees during Carnival. This guy's a governor now.

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                      • The Mirror (1975 - Andrei Tarkovsky) - monumental fire scene

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                        from Kacper Będuch / Liked

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                        Indescribable scene from Andrei Tarkovsky's masterpiece The Mirror in glorious high definition. I don't owe this. Just wanted to share "the moment". All rights reserved to Mosfilm…

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                        • Driving & Dying: Point-Of-View Shots In Mad Max

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                          from Rishi Kaneria / Liked

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                          One of the reasons George Miller's action scenes work so well and make so much sense is because they are grounded in the character’s point of view. By doing this he literally puts you…

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