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Color Grading | Adam Myhill

Color Grading | Adam Myhill | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
Color your feature, commercial, short or music video at our studio with a reference grade plasma, client area and high quality audio playback.
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Orange/Blue Contrast in Movie Posters – /Film

Orange/Blue Contrast in Movie Posters – /Film | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
I’m sure you’re aware of Hollywood’s overuse of floating heads on movie posters… but have you noticed the excessive use of orange/blue contrast on theatrical one-sheets? David Chen happened to come across this comic illustrating the Blue/orange contrast, although I’m not sure where it originated or who created it (update, the creator has finally contacted …
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How Color Has Become Such An Important Storytelling Tool in Cinema

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Though much of early cinema is of the black and white variety, color tinted films go all the way back to the silent era. 
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theory of montage

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An explanation of Sergei M. Eisenstein's teory of montage tha demonstrates the five different types of montage editing in his films.
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The Aquarium Syndrome: On the Films of Michael Mann

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The Aquarium Syndrome: On the Films of Michael Mann, by Jean-Baptiste Thoret
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How and Why Dramatica is Different from Six Other Story Paradigms - Story Theory - Dramatica

How and Why Dramatica is Different from Six Other Story Paradigms - Story Theory - Dramatica | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it

A description of several different story models

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Simon Pegg: ‘I find it very hard to write for women’

Simon Pegg: ‘I find it very hard to write for women’ | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
The star of romcom Man Up and the film’s writer, Tess Morris, talk about working together, why people have lost respect for the genre, and how When Harry met Sally became a hard act to follow
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Maya Deren

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Eleanora Derenkowsky b. April 29, 1917, Kiev, Ukraine d. October 13, 1961, New York, New York, USA filmography bibliography articles in Senses web resources Maya Deren: The High Priestess of Experimental Cinema Maya Deren is recognizable as the woman with the enigmatic expression at the window, silently observing from within. Although her eyes indicate distrust,…
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History | The Film Makers Cooperative

History | The Film Makers Cooperative | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
The First Statement of the New American Cinema Group

September 30, 1962
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By Brakhage: The Act of Seeing . . .

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Stan Brakhage’s films explode with sensual beauty: bursts of color heightened by extreme contrasts in hue and shape and by stunning depth effects; more monochromatic passages of nonetheless equal intensity that sensitize one to the glories of . . .
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Naming, and Defining, Avant-Garde or Experimental Film

Naming, and Defining, Avant-Garde or Experimental Film
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Learning from the Masters – Amélie

Amélie, my favourite film, period. Story, language, beauty, detail, simple, mystery, humor, elegance, bright, musical, color, all of these describe this film. Perfect for the first entry in a series titled “Learning from the Masters”. This series recognizes beautiful films, films that simply feel gorgeous.
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Vijay Pandurangan » Colours in movie posters since 1914

I first made a unified view of colour trends in movie posters since 1914. Ignoring black and white colours, I generated a horizontal strip of hues in HSL. The width of each hue represents the amount of that hue across all images for that year, and the saturation and lighting were the weighted average for all matching pixels. Since HSL has a fixed order, comparisons can be made between years visually.
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The Colors Of Motion

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A visualization of the use of color in moving images, with a focus on film. The average color of each frame is extracted and presented in a highly interactive way.
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How to Use Color in Film: 50+ Examples of Movie Color Palettes

How to Use Color in Film: 50+ Examples of Movie Color Palettes | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
In this post, we are analyzing the overall psychological effects that color has in film and how you can tell better stories. Free e-book on color included!
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Miroslav Ondricek obituary

Miroslav Ondricek obituary | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
Czech cinematographer renowned for his work on such classic films as Amadeus, Ragtime and O Lucky Man!
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A guide to key filmic terms

A list of key terms for analysing the style and form of a motion picture.

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Narrative and Stylistic Analysis of (500) Days of Summer

Narrative and Stylistic Analysis of (500) Days of Summer | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
Sudden extreme change in mood from the blissful delight and enthusiasm to the destroyed misanthropic attitude occasionally involving a mix of confusion and fear are all cleverly written and presented...
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Avant-Garde Cinema

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A collection of classic avant-garde and experimental short films, presented in the best quality available presently on the web. If you have copies of any of the…
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Underground Film Journal

Underground Film Journal | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
Covering the entire world of underground film, including cult, exploitation, horror, avant-garde and experimental movies.
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ON STAN BRAKHAGE AND VISUAL MUSIC

ON STAN BRAKHAGE AND VISUAL MUSIC | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
Marilyn Brakhage Through centuries of both scientific research and creative production, the pursuit of "visual music," or a "music for the eyes," has essentially followed two major lines of develop...
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Hold that look: Godfrey Reggio on Visitors | Sight & Sound

Hold that look: Godfrey Reggio on Visitors | Sight & Sound | MFC4082 Analysing Film | Scoop.it
If we reserve a special category for filmmakers deemed 'uncategorisable', Godfrey Reggio surely earns his place. Best known to date for the pioneering eco-conscious reverie of 1982's Koyaanisqatsi, and two subsequent offerings (Powaqqatsi, Naqoyqatsi) in the so-called Qatsi Trilogy, his work is observational – in the sense that it's about getting us to look at our world – yet can't comfortably be classed as documentary, since these wordless feature-length constructions aren't there to furnish us
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