A HISTORY OF MOVIE TRAILERS Movie trailers are everything. They're our first real impression of a film, not just in terms of the story or the actors, but also in terms of how a film will feel. We've all ended up seeing something we never thought we would, or have skipped something we thought we'd love simply based on the trailer. It's the movie equivalent of judging a book by its cover, only more thorough and at least comprised of the works' best bits. Heck, for a lot of folks, it's their favorite part about the theater-going experience.
Movie Title Screens Page For information on my books (about classic horror films) visit Silver Scream. Established 28 March 1997 Updated 7 November 2011 - 999 titles added Just added: Browse title screens by decade! Note: Page load times may be long! Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands It’s needless to say that vintage style is almost a 100% winning idea for any project. It always looks interesting and eye-catching so you may be sure that applying retro ideas will make your concept popular. But today we’re offering you to take a look at the vintage posters of famous web brands that don’t need any extra advertising – these companies are well-known all over the world. Following artworks will help us see what it would be like to use Skype back in the 60′s or tweeting WWII propaganda style. POETRY IN MOTION: MOVIE POSTERS COME TO LIFE Motion posters are all the rage these days, and the surest sign we are living in the future. Next stop, hologram marquees a la JAWS 19. But cool as they are, for my money they’re not near as cool as what video essayist whoispablo has done in his latest creation.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific & Technical Awards Better Movies Through Science The Sci-Tech Awards honor the innovators whose contributions have changed the way movies are made and presented. Explore a list of past winners and ceremonies or find out about how to apply. Photos: 50+ years of Japanese concept cars Here is a selection of concept cars designed by Japanese automakers from 1957-2009. Toyota Proto, 1957 Toyota Publica Sports, 1962 Nissan Prince Sprint 1900 Prototype, 1963 Toyota Concept, 1966 UNDERSTANDING ASPECT RATIO Film can be a quite insidious art form. There are lots of little subtle tricks going on under the main action and dialogue designed to make us feel certain ways, frame our minds in certain ways, and even expect certain things. Already this week we introduced you to a video essay on Scorsese's use of color, specifically red, to effect the emotional ambiance of a scene, but if you thought that was sneaky hold onto your hats because today we're talking about aspect ratio as a thematic device.
s Best Photos of fiat and viotti Flickr Hive Mind is a search engine as well as an experiment in the power of Folksonomies. All thumbnail images come directly from Flickr, none are stored on Flickr Hive Mind. These photos are bound by the copyright and license of their owners, the thumbnail links take to you to the photos (as well as their copyright and license details) within Flickr. Because some other search engines (Google, etc.) index parts of Flickr Hive Mind, you may have been led here from one of them. Star Wars: every scene from every movie charted Updated Introduction In the lead-up to the release of new Star Wars movie The Force Awakens, we set out to log and map out every scene from every Star Wars movie. Yes, we even watched the prequels.
50 Inspiring Vintage Advertisements Like many others I find myself captivated with vintage advertising. There have been numerous articles, blog posts and websites dedicated to the subject and I just can’t seem to get enough. Specifically, it is the advertising of the 50′s and 60′s that is most aesthetically pleasing to me. It seems every ad in that era was either a beautifully shot photograph or a stunning Rockwellian painting. VISUAL NARRATIVES: COMPOSITION IN STORYTELLING The basic building block of cinema is the image. We here at One Perfect Shot understand this very well, as it’s pretty much what we’re built on, too: the idea that single frame of cinema, a single image, can carry with it resonant emotional power that tells more than just a story but delivers the feeling of the narrative directly to our senses without the need for verbal interpretation. Through staging, framing, depth, and balance, filmmakers craft these images one frame at a time, much like an artist painting his masterpiece one stroke at a time. If, then, the screen is the canvas, composition – or how the above-mentioned elements contribute to the overall image – is the brush, the tool that is employed to convey emotional resonance into the physical form of the image. And like any tool, it use and efficacy changes each time it is picked up by someone new.