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You've Changed, Paul Thomas Anderson.

You've Changed, Paul Thomas Anderson. | P.T. Anderson | Scoop.it
Evolving beyond his Boogie Nights days, but to what end? We look at the way Paul Thomas Anderson has shifted and argue he's more comfortable as a writer.
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Finding Harmony: A Cinephilic Video Essay (P.T Anderson)

This video essay explores the use of music in the films of Paul Thomas Anderson.

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Cigarettes & Red Vines - The Definitive Paul Thomas Anderson Resource

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Paul Thomas Anderson Q&A - The Master - YouTube

Paul Thomas Anderson Q&A - The Master 70mm Screening Astor Theater Melbourne. This video is owned by The Astor Theater / Roadshow / I have No Copyright over ...
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Status and Signifiers: Costume in There Will Be Blood |

Status and Signifiers: Costume in There Will Be Blood | | P.T. Anderson | Scoop.it
The subtle intricacies of period costume in There Will Be Blood.

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Video: Steadicam progress – the career of Paul Thomas Anderson in five shots

Video: Steadicam progress – the career of Paul Thomas Anderson in five shots | P.T. Anderson | Scoop.it
Thinking on what sets The Master apart from Paul Thomas Anderson’s earlier films, what strikes me most vividly is a marked difference in camera movement and staging. I wouldn’t be surprised if a proper cinemetric analysis found that up to half of the film’s running time consists of close-ups with little to no camera movement.
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There will be Blood Analysis

This video aims to explore 'There will be blood' as a character study of Daniel Plainview and examine how different characters represent parts of him throughout…

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Lee Clark's curator insight, May 12, 2014 8:55 AM

Some good observations about character psychology and underlying themes.