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Posts tagged with ‘vimeo’

  • The First and Final Frames

    By dAn MCcAULEY on March 18, 2015
    First and Final Frames from Jacob T. Swinney on Vimeo. Jacob T. Swinney posted a very simple, yet powerful video showing the first and last frames of a movie side-by-side: “What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films side-by-side. Some of the opening […]
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  • Smells Better on the Outside – A Re-Edit of Star Wars Episodes 1-3

    By dAn MCcAULEY on May 9, 2014
    Months ago Topher Grace made the rounds talking about how he edited Star Wars Episodes 1-3 into one movie.  He did it in order to have a better understanding on how to edit, so he took out the parts that he believed slowed down the pacing of the story and showed it in front of a group of people.  The […]
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  • Wes Anderson’s Centered

    By dAn MCcAULEY on March 18, 2014
    I’ve always been a huge fan of Wes Anderson’s movies. They reminded me of what my childhood could have been like if it had been color corrected and was set to a cool soundtrack. While it is something so simple, I never noticed how centered his shots are. While some may think it lacks creativity, it definitely has become Anderson’s […]
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  • The Hands of Hollywood

    By dAn MCcAULEY on April 26, 2012
    Steve Hershon didn’t want to be a hand insert model but that’s what happened.  This is his story.
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