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5 Relational Editing Techniques by Vsevolod Pudovkin

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Vsevolod Pudovkin was a Russian filmmaker who developed many modern influential theories of montage. This visual analysis produced by director Evan Richards examines of the 5 relational editing techniques of Pudovkin....

Building Invisible Walls: Making Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’

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Building Invisible Walls is a collection of stories about the making of Labyrinth by the people who helped to make it. The stories are extracts from full-length interviews with each of the contributors about their ca...

Hollywood: A Celebration of the American Silent Film – episode 10 The Man With The Megaphone

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Silent film directors were flamboyant pioneers, making up their technique as they went along. Filming 'indoor' sets on open outdoor

10 Smuggler Part 2 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"[The 50s] when the subtext became as important as the apparent subject matter, or even more important" Martin Scorsese

Film History – Origins Of The Motion Picture

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Neat Film made by the U S Navy in 1956. Shows a lot of early apparatus and early film not

Guillermo Del Toro talks Alfred Hitchcock in Studio Q

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http://www.cbc.ca/QAcclaimed art-house turned megaplex director, Guillermo Del Toro makes time for Jian in Studio Q between

11 Iconoclast P1 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"In Hollywood the Iconoclast comprised the visionaries, groundbreakers, the renegades who openly defied the system and expanded the artform, often

PRE-HISTORY OF THE CINEMA

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A fanciful and entertaining look at cinema's origins.

1 Intro – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"Film is a disease, when it infects your blood stream is takes over as the number one hormone, it plays

Italian Neorealism

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This session introduces some characteristics of Italian neorealist cinema, especially the 'principle of multiplicity' in which aspects of the film serve multiple functions.  This course is taught by David Thorburn and...

12 Iconoclast P2 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"The camera is more than a recorder, its a microscope, it penetrates, it goes into people and you see their

The History of Cutting – The Birth of Cinema and Continuity Editing

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Cinema began as a novelty - projecting dancing shadows on a screen of simple every day scenes. But through the

2 Director’s Dilemma – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"From the beginning I saw film as a means of self expression. I was mostly interested in the directors, especially

Keyframe Video: Is This Cinerama?

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Cinerama was the first widescreen film format. It was invented over sixty years ago, back when the movie industry was

13 Iconoclast P3- Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"What everybody needs is a way to say where and how can I love, can I be in love so

Stanley Kubrick Interview (27th November 1966)

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As interviewed by Jeremy Bernstein.

3 Storyteller – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"If you haven't got the story, you haven't got anything." Raoul Walsh."The American film maker has always been

The Last Days of Cinerama – full documentary short

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The full short documentary "The Last Days of Cinerama", directed by Mike Celestino & Robert Garren.WINNER! "Audience

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