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ЯEFLECTIONƧ - Short Test Film (Cloning Effects in After Effects)

I've always thought mirrors were creepy. What if the reflection in the mirror isn't really you? Made this just for fun but be sure to check out the Clonin
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How to Shoot an Interview | Job Shadow

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Make Dynamic Montages with This Easy Video Editing Technique

Make Dynamic Montages with This Easy Video Editing Technique | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Need to improve the montages in your next project? Check out the technique in this video tutorial to improve the flow of your edit.

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Apocalypse Now

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A website featuring stills from films and their corresponding color palettes.

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Film Analysis: “Drive”

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The Driver is the best at what he does. "You put this kid behind the wheel, there's nothing he can't do." He doesn't rely on luck and spontaneous driving; he knows what he's doing. He studies his environment, analyzes human behavior and acts accordingly. As he drives you can tell that every move was planned…

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Hitchcock’s Symphony: “PSYCHO” A Shot-by-Shot Commentary

Hitchcock’s Symphony: “PSYCHO” A Shot-by-Shot Commentary | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
It’s quite easy for someone to enjoy film. Loving film is completely different. For those who see film enjoy them, yet only those who can read film truly love it and understand it as an art form. Hitchcock is probably the most well known director of all time. There is no absolute answer to what…

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Breaking The Rules - The French New Wave

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Composition In Storytelling

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Christopher Nolan: How to Direct Your First Feature Film

Christopher Nolan: How to Direct Your First Feature Film | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Christopher Nolan is by far one of the greatest directors of his generation. In this masterclass he takes you through how to direct your first feature film.

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The Psychology of Color in Film

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A .jpg image with topic of Movies and TV, tagged with and ; uploaded by studiobinder. The Psychology of Color in Film

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A 6-Part Comprehensive Introduction to Sound and Filmmaking | FilmmakerIQ.com

A 6-Part Comprehensive Introduction to Sound and Filmmaking | FilmmakerIQ.com | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
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This Video Essay Breaks Down the Eyes of 'The Silence of the Lambs'

This Video Essay Breaks Down the Eyes of 'The Silence of the Lambs' | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Why? It has to do with gaze theory, which, in brief, thinks of film in psychoanalytic terms: as a scopophilic activity, or an activity characterized by pleasure in the act of looking. Male gaze theory posits that in film, women have traditionally been elevated to spectacle, while men have been the watchers. The audience feels the discomfort of Foster's character as she is objectified by the people she meets on her journey. But instead of being a victim or an object, as in so many other horror films (Benedict references, among others, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Clarice is the subject. Her agency is part of what makes the film so unique. 

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Make AWFUL footage SUPER CINEMATIC!

TURN BAD WEDDING FOOTAGE BEAUTIFUL. Editing tricks to turn your awful footage not only useable, but cinematic! BUY MY FOOTAGE RESCUE KIT $15 -LUTS, CAMER
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Tips for Editing a Dynamic Montage | PremiumBeat.com - YouTube


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You Can Pull Off These 5 Amazing Camera Shots with Zero Gear

You Can Pull Off These 5 Amazing Camera Shots with Zero Gear | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Shots feeling a bit limited? Check out these five techniques to improve your cinematography using only a camera and your brain.

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Making of Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive

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Making of Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive A lot of people want to be in control in the cinema, to be made to feel secure. I go against those conventions, for good or bad. I want to create

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Creative Ways to Build a Climax: An Analysis of the Suspense & Timing of 'Drive'

Creative Ways to Build a Climax: An Analysis of the Suspense & Timing of 'Drive' | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Great storytelling isn't just about giving information to your audience. It's also about when and how you give it to them.
Human beings are natural storytellers, but that doesn't mean that your great aunt Millie or Dave from Accounting can tell a story like the greatest literary and cinematic minds in history. That's because telling stories is a lot like -- dancing. You've gotta know when to drop it low, baby! In other, less confusing words, you have to know how to build tension, add suspense, as well as flavor -- a little something special, and then know when, where, and how to drop the climax bomb. (Otherwise you're just another guy or gal out there doing the 2-step -- and not even the cool Ciara version.)

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How to Create a Pen Camera in Adobe After Effects

How to Create a Pen Camera in Adobe After Effects | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Learn how you can place your camera's point of view on the tip of a pen (or anything) in After Effects with this video tutorial.

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Colour In Storytelling

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Discover the Life & Work of Stanley Kubrick in a Sweeping Three-Hour Video Essay

Discover the Life & Work of Stanley Kubrick in a Sweeping Three-Hour Video Essay | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it

For at least fifty years, the work of Stanley Kubrick has constituted an ideal object of study for serious cinephiles.
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Five Ways To Make Your Short Film Awesome

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When I got into filmmaking, most people viewed short films as a calling card. In this filmmaking article, we share 5 ways to make your short film awesome.

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Cinematic Paintings: The Art of Cinematography

Cinematic Paintings: The Art of Cinematography | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
The Art of Cinematography. View a collection of film screen shots organized by shot type; Establishing shot, long shot, medium shot, close up, extreme close up, dutch angle, black and white, cool, warm, indoors and outdoors.

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How to Frame a Wide Shot Like a Master Cinematographer

How to Frame a Wide Shot Like a Master Cinematographer | Film Production & Analysis | Scoop.it
Break down the work of eight-time Oscar nominee Robert Richardson and learn the difference between a Wide Shot, Extreme Wide Shot, and Establishing Shot.

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