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Chicago-based filmmaker and writer Nelson Carvajal has created “Mise En Scène & The Visual Themes of Wes Anderson,” a five-minute video essay for Way Too Indie that explores the fil… Wes Anderson Style, Wes Anderson Movies, Famous Movie Directors, Gran Hotel Budapest, Film Class, Film Tips, Videos, Film Studies, Film Inspiration

Mise En Scène & The Visual Themes of Wes Anderson

From: http://waytooindie.com/features/video-essay-the-visual-themes-of-wes-anderson Wes Anderson has become a film genre. We explore his visual themes from h...

Raging bull Directed by Martin Scorsese Starring by Joe Pesci and Robert de Niro Written by Paul Schrader Music by Robbie Robertson Photography: Michael Chapman Martin Scorsese, Movies Of The 80's, Good Movies, Greatest Movies, Awesome Movies, 80s Movies, Cinema Movies, Indie Movies, Watch Movies

Martin Scorsese - The Art of Silence

Even though Martin Scorsese is famous for his use of music, one of his best traits is his deliberate and powerful use of silence. Take a glimpse at fifty yea...

Memories of Murder - Ensemble Staging, Video Essay by Tony Zhou on Leading the Eye Memories Of Murder, Film School, College Humor, Lost Art, Film Director, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Staging, Filmmaking

Memories of Murder (2003) - Ensemble Staging

How do you emphasize to the audience that something is important? Well, you could always cut to a close-up, but how about something subtler? Today I consider...

Storyboarding The Coen Brother's Blood Simple with commentary by Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld, and actor Frances McDormand. Coen Brothers, Blood Brothers, Blood Simple, The Criterion Collection, Pre Production, Film School, Video Maker, Feature Film, Storyboard

Storyboarding BLOOD SIMPLE

While preparing our release of BLOOD SIMPLE, photographer Grant Delin created a video that compares scenes from the film to their original storyboards, with ...

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays exploring the works of contemporary and classic film directors by… Thomas Anderson, Sundance Kid, Film School, Classic Films, Film Director, Filmmaking, Editorial, Education, Learning

The Directors Series- Paul Thomas Anderson [3.1]

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays exploring the works of contemporary and classic film directors by…

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays exploring the works of contemporary and classic film directors by… Thomas Anderson, Sundance Kid, Film School, Classic Films, Film Director, Filmmaking, Editorial, Education, Learning

The Directors Series- Paul Thomas Anderson [3.1]

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays exploring the works of contemporary and classic film directors by…

Home Film Degree Francis Ford Coppola, Director of The Godfather, Went to this Film School Francis Ford Coppola, Director of The Godfather, Went to this Film School. Cinema Quotes, Film Quotes, Best Director, Film Director, Filmmaking Quotes, Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola, Making A Movie, Film School

Francis Ford Coppola: On Risk, Money, Craft & Collaboration

Legendary film director Francis Ford Coppola talks about how he self-finances all his films, why the artist must never lie, and how true collaboration is like great sex.

Wong Kar Wai on understanding a film's characters John Power, Film School, Moma, Filmmaking, Cinema, Museum, Author, Characters, Youtube

Wong Kar Wai on understanding a film's characters | MoMA Film

Filmmaker Wong Kar Wai joins La Frances Hui, Associate Curator, Department of Film, and John Powers, author of "WKW: The Cinema of Wong Kar Wai," to discuss ...

The Directors Series - Christopher Nolan Matrix Film, School Reviews, Foreign Movies, Film Blade Runner, Digital Film, Film Studies, Film School, Christopher Nolan, French Films

The Directors Series - Christopher Nolan [5.1]

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays by filmmaker Cameron Beyl, dedicated to appreciating and deconstructing…

Masterclass with Alfonso Cuarón Film School, Clint Eastwood, Film Industry, Master Class, Cannes, Filmmaking, Writer, Cinema, Relationship

Masterclass with Alfonso Cuarón

After the Masterclass with Clint Eastwood, it was the turn of the Mexican director, Alfonso Cuarón, winner of seven Oscars for Gravity, to talk about his experiences as a filmmaker with the French critic, Michel Ciment. The director commented his debuts, choice of films and relationship with the American film industry, going from being cheerful and amused to moved. Here are some extracts.

The American independent discusses his new film "Paterson," how he approaches cinematography, working with actors and his sound design. Film School, Sound Design, Cinematography, Filmmaking, Conversation, Actors, News, Movies, Movie Theater

Navigating Through Bermuda: A Conversation with Jim Jarmusch

The American independent discusses his new film "Paterson," how he approaches cinematography, working with actors and his sound design.

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays by filmmaker Cameron Beyl, dedicated to appreciating and deconstructing… Coen Brothers, Film School, Classic Films, Film Director, Filmmaking, Contemporary, Editorial, Profile, Collection

The Directors Series - The Coen Brothers [4.1]

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays by filmmaker Cameron Beyl, dedicated to appreciating and deconstructing…

My Life… As I Repressed It: Writer/Director Jennifer Fox on Her Explosive New Film about Sexual Abuse, The Tale 10 Film, Film Serie, Pulp Fiction, American Love Story, Cinema, Sundance Film Festival, 2018 Movies, Thing 1, Film Stills

My Life… As I Repressed It: Writer/Director Jennifer Fox on Her Explosive New Film about Sexual Abuse, The Tale | Filmmaker Magazine

In 1992, award-winning documentary filmmaker Jennifer Fox began round-the-clock filming of an interracial couple living with their two daughters in Flushing, Queens. Over 17 months she accumulated over 1,000 hours of footage documenting their daily lives. In 1997 An American Love Story aired as a nine-hour miniseries on PBS, described by The New York Times as “the most ambitious, exhaustive documentary about private life since An American Family.” The film, as I recall it 20 years later, was…

There is No “Right” Way: 14 Things Directors Need to Know about Directing Actors (Erica Fae directing on the set of To Keep the Light) Film Theory, How To Read People, Boardwalk Empire, Film Studies, Film School, Independent Films, Horror Stories, On Set, Film Festival

There is No “Right” Way: 14 Things Directors Need to Know about Directing Actors | Filmmaker Magazine

For many directors, the thought of “directing actors” can instill panic. Directors who were once cinematographers, say, or who have worked on film sets, might be at ease working with crews or blocking shots but will freeze up when challenged to give notes to actors. Such performance anxiety is not surprising. Unlike the crew, with whom directors have the whole shoot to develop working relationships, many actors are only on set for a few days. So it's understandable that directors may worry…

 Iñárritu, does a filmmaker have to live his films? I think every film in a way is an extension of yourself. No matter what. Online Interview, Film School, Filmmaking, Writer, Portrait, Authenticity, Films, Live

Alejandro Iñárritu Interview | The Talks

Mr. Iñárritu, does a filmmaker have to live his films? I think every film in a way is an extension of yourself. No matter what.

Thirteen years after his breakout hit Oldboy, Park Chan-wook has risen through the filmmaking ranks from a director of clever action movies to one of the world’s premiere cinematic voices. Movies To Watch Online, New Movies, Watch Movies, Costa, Busan, Jose Garcia, Park Chan Wook, Song Kang Ho, Documentary Filmmaking

Lesbian Pickpocket Fan-Fic: Park Chan-wook on His Lush Adaptation The Handmaiden

The director talks to us about what drew him to the story, some of the more dramatic changes he made and how he likes to marry form and content.

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