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    from Variable Liked 154K 4,369 177

    A war to keep the peace. In the small village of Vrontados on the Greek island of Chios, there is unrest. For over a century, parishioners of two Greek Orthodox churches have engaged in a battle…

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


      from Rishi Kaneria Liked 57.7K 418 35

      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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      • Final Shot - A Dramatic Montage


        from Lorenzo Antico Liked 75.1K 408 12

        A reflection on the inspiring, cathartic and transcendent power of the final moment in a movie. This video consist in a dramatic montage of 33 last shots from 33 different movies, just right before…

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        • Cool, Calm, Neurotic: The Characters of David O. Russell


          from Jacob T. Swinney Liked 18.1K 260 13

          A character in a David O. Russell film cannot be easily described in a few words. Russell's characters tend to possess a variety of contradicting qualities that spin and twist throughout the…

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          • Kite Fight


            from Victory Journal Liked

            After futebol, soltar pipas, is Brasil’s most popular sport. In the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, flying the pipa is more than a leisurely escape from on-the-ground realities—it’s a…

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            • Tarantino's Extreme Close Ups


              from Jacob T. Swinney Liked 135K 708 34

              Part 2 of my upcoming 4 part Tarantino series. Quentin Tarantino is the master of the extreme close up and utilizes the technique for a variety of reasons. The shots are often used to convey the…

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


                from Tony Zhou Liked 84.6K 3,145 77

                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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                • Profiles: A Tarantino Supercut


                  from Rishi Kaneria Liked 57.8K 882 54

                  “...profile shots generally give you the least amount of information about your characters because you cannot make "eye contact" with them and therefore are removed from a more direct…

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                  • 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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                    • Crabs


                      from John Brown Liked 660K 733 6

                      Hermit Crab vacancy chain, as featured in the 'Home' episode of Life Story, BBC1

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                      • Paul Thomas Anderson: From a Distance


                        from Jacob T. Swinney Liked 36.6K 626 20

                        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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                        • ...meanwhile...


                          from Sandro Bocci Liked 396K 3,557 78

                          https://juliasetcollection.wordpress.com/2015/02/04/meanwhile/ Meanwhile in a world far, far away ... This is a short film created during the "Porgrave" shooting, the latest film by…

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