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The 15 Greatest Avant-Garde Filmmakers Of All Time. Existing beneath the razzle and dazzle of mainstream cinema are an underground community of cinephiles, who remain intent on subverting the conventional, and exploring the realms of cinematic capability.
Fifteen of these individuals are listed below – a multicultural select few who specialise in an engagement with experimental filming techniques; creating alternative works that question the medium we so often take for granted. There remain hundreds of talented avant-garde artists scattered all over the globe, but the list below can be recognised as comprising of key members that constitute the bedding of the cinematic underground, please note this list is ranked in no particular order. 1. Andy Warhol A unique character in every sense of the word, Andy Warhol remains one of the most inimitable figures ever to pick up a paintbrush or camera. 15 Lessons You Can Learn From Thelma Schoonmaker About Film Editing. Ever since Martin Scorsese’s feature debut Whose That Knocking At My Door in 1967, one of the defining relationships that has shaped his cinematic footprint is the one he shares with editor Thelma Schoonmaker.
Thelma and Martin met at NYU and ever since have collaborated on film efforts as a team. Some believe Martin would not be the great director he is today without Thelma. There is perhaps no other editor today who is so synonymous with a director, and none that has earned such acclaim in their own right under the influence of a great maestro. She has been awarded every American award for editing that can be given, and received her most recent nomination for Hugo, making it her seventh over four decades. The 25 Greatest Films You May Never Get To See. For every motion picture that graces our screens, there are untold numbers of projects that have never seen the light of day.
Some scripts and concepts die quietly, unable to arouse the interest enough investors to become reality. Others sound like a dream on paper, but for one reason or several, never come to fruition. Others still get midway through production, then evaporate. These are 25 movies that never got made. Although their concepts may be passed on to other artists, it is unlikely we will ever see these films as they were meant to be seen, and impossible for some. 1. After “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Stanley Kubrick was at the height of his career. Kubrick’s intentions for “Napoleon” are best summarized in one quote: “I have no idea how to describe what I’m going to do other than that I plan to create the greatest movie ever made.” 20 Great Japanese Cult Films That Are Worth Watching. The post-WWII Japanese film industry has seen a slew of genres and massive changes throughout the decades from the new wave movement to the vitality of digital filmmaking devices reinventing the economic and cinematic approach therefore the studio systems and financial structure of filmmaking itself.
In this time period many styles of “cult” films and genres came about by means of budgetary constraints, changing demographics, availability, and cinematic trends reaching from North America to Eastern Europe all had their effects on Japanese filmmakers and audiences. From the notorious pink genre and its deviations such as the pinky violence genre, etc to the revenge jidai-geki pieces harkening back to a time when moralistic integrity was vastly different in pre-industrial Japan the films on this list span decades, studio systems, genres, and ideologies to create a broad look at the cinema of Japan that continually pushed the boundaries in both cinema and society.
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