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Bookmarks tagged with “film”

166 bookmarks by garrettc


Observations on film art : Lie to me: MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE

"Suppose your story situation is this. Character A is telling a story, but it’s a lie. Character B realizes it’s a lie, but doesn’t signal that recognition. This is really two problems in one: How do you tell the audience A is lying? And how do you convey that B knows but doesn’t reveal that knowledge?"

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PixelQuiz

Machine Learning generated film and game image quiz.

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HUDS+GUIS

"HUDS+GUIS was created as an inspiration and resource site for interactive designers. It's a place where you can find the most creative and interesting examples of UI design. Sources can come from anywhere ie. films, games, concept design and real world developments. It focuses on the ways in which people interact with technology, particularly the way something functions, the way it looks, the way it moves and even the way it sounds."

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The Fictional Liveability Index

"The Fictional Liveability Index is a ranking and review of twenty towns, villages and cities from various works of fiction, devised as both an investigation of fictional places and as a criticism of real-life liveability indices."

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The Director's Commentary

Repository of Laser Disc, DVD and BluRay Audio Commentaries

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Flickrchart

Rank movies in head-to-head pair-ups.

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John Williams & Vienna Philharmonic – Williams: Imperial March (from “Star Wars”)

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Character Design References

An extensive collection of model sheets and other reference art for animated movies and television series.

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Black Film Archive

"Black Film Archive is a living register of Black films. In its current iteration, it showcases Black films made from 1915 to 1979 currently streaming."

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Stillwater Runs Deep! - Rolling Stone

William Miller's article from "Almost Famous".

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Can you guess it?

Two artificial neural networks generated posters while thinking of famous movies. Can you guess which movie it is?

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Episode 1 : Salad Mug - DYNAMO DREAM - YouTube

Feels so good to finally post this! Unending thanks to all the friends who worked to help make this happen, and all of the folks over on the patreon! A lot changed over the course of making this episode (you can probably feel it), and while I'm really excited about this episode, I'm even more excited to keep everything moving for the next bit; the big goal is to be able to finish these things a bit faster than every 3 years :P Thanks so much for watching- I hope you enjoy it. If you DID enjoy it and want to chip in a bit financially for future episodes, I've documented a ton of the process (and shared a bunch of assets) over on my Patreon. Mostly VFX/blender tutorials and such, but also more general breakdowns, too, and I'd of course love to see you there. http://www.patreon.com/IanHubert Also, HUGE thanks to Impossible Acoustic for being down to take on this project! The degree to which the audio sculpts the end experience here is absolutely wild. https://www.impossibleacoustic.com Composited in After Effects, All 3d work in Blender (blender.org) Huge thanks again, to everyone :D

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VFXcool: Flight of the Navigator - YouTube

Captain Disillusion leaves Alan in charge of an episode and things get rapidly nostalgic.

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Anamorphic vs. Spherical Camera Lenses: What's the Difference?

Here's a video essay about the practical and artistic differences between anamorphic and spherical camera lenses.

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Flim

Film search engine

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Toolboxd · letterboxd tools

Watch next, recommendations, and more.

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SHOTDECK :: Home

Film stills and screenshots.

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Cinetrii - Film connections for enthusiasts

Discover movies with similar themes, motifs and ideas.

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Downward spiral to the lost ark. | MetaFilter

Steven Soderbergh did a black-and-white cut of Raiders of the Lost Ark with music by Trent Reznor and no dialog.

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Staging

Steven Soderbergh did a black-and-white cut of Raiders of the Lost Ark with music by Trent Reznor and no dialog, to examine staging.

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Ghost In The Shell

A deep dive into the many worlds of Ghost in the Shell, and a guide to exploring them.

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Oxford Duplication Centre

"Digital Media Specialists in Film and Negative Archiving and Scanning Solutions"

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Typeset In The Future

"This site is dedicated to typography and iconography as it appears in sci-fi and fantasy movies and TV shows."

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Battle at Big Rock | An All-New Short Film | Jurassic World - YouTube

BATTLE AT BIG ROCK is an all-new short film directed by Colin Trevorrow, written by Trevorrow and Emily Carmichael. The short takes place one year after the events of the last Jurassic World film in Big Rock National Park, where dinosaurs are now living in our world.

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Sci-fi Corridor Archive

Screenshots of corridors from sci-fi films.

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Behind the scenes of Moon

Gavin Rothery, a Science Fiction concept artist, shares his work on the Duncan Jones film Moon.

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listentoamovie.com

Audio tracks from movies and commentaries

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The Colors of Motion

"A visualization of the use of color in movies. Explore and shop for posters of the colors of your favorite movies."

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Edgar Wright's 1000 Favorite Movies

"This list of personal favorites was assembled by Edgar Wright and myself in July 2016. Films are in chronological order."

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LocationsHub

"A marketplace for film locations. We bring together those who are looking for film locations with those who have locations available for use."

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Very Slow Movie Player

"A film watched at 1/3,600th of the original speed is not just a very slow movie, it helps you see yourself against the smear of time."

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How may people does a Kaiju need to eat every day? | Deep Sea News

"I've fallen down the best rabbit-hole: how many people would a kaiju need to eat daily?"

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DoesTheDogDie.com - Anxiety Prevention for Movies, TV, Book and Video Games

Does seeing a dog die on screen make you cry? Clowns freak you out? Does a kid die? We track over 50 anxiety inducing triggers in movies, TV, books and video games. Search our database before going to the theater!

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How To Make A Blockbuster Movie Trailer - YouTube

"We provide you with the winning formula that turns any trailer into the blockbuster smash hit of the season it was meant to be."

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Film and Furniture

For design geeks, film nerds and furniture fans

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BigK 2014

A cinematographer on the lack of need for 4k TVs.

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The Movie Poster Collection at the Harry Ransom Center

"The Movie Poster Collection at the Harry Ransom Center (University of Texas at Austin) spans the entire history of film: from the silent era to the present day. They're in the process of photographing, scanning and digitizing their entire 10,000 poster collection. Over 1,000 can now be viewed online, searched through and downloaded in high resolution for free."

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The Poetics of Empire

Formal, classical dramatic theory isn't just dry historical homework; it can help us to a greater understanding of modern cinema.

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