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Bookmarks tagged with “movies”

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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 Director's Commentary

Repository of Laser Disc, DVD and BluRay Audio Commentaries

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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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Flim

Film search engine

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Cinetrii - Film connections for enthusiasts

Discover movies with similar themes, motifs and ideas.

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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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Cinemaps

"Illustrator Andrew DeGraff makes what he calls Cinemaps, maps of movies and their plots in the style of the dotted-line wanderings of The Family Circus comic strip or Harry Potter’s Marauder’s Map. He’s done maps for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and The Princess Bride."

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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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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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Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse Analysis: It's All About Art – /Film

"Really cool perceptive piece by the scintillating @SidizenKane 🙏🏾💥🔥👊🏾 via @slashfilm"

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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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The Star Wars posters of Soviet Europe

Behind the Iron Curtain, artists created strikingly trippy ads for the saga, writes Christian Blauvelt.

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The 50 Best Superhero Movies of All Time

In between the releases of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and ‘Justice League’, ‘The Ringer’ developed an intricate formula to see how the Batmans, Supermans, Avengers, X-Men, and many more stack up against each other.

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The 100 Greatest Props in Movie History, and the Stories Behind Them

From the lightsaber to Wilson, these are the most iconic movie props in film history.

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Posteritati Movie Poster Gallery | New York

Posteritati Movie Poster Gallery, New York. A most eclectic collection of vintage and contemporary movie art. Indulging cinephiles one sheet at a time.

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Final cut: films condensed into a single frame – in pictures

Jason Shulman photographs entire movies with ultra-long exposures, creating impressionist photo masterpieces in the process

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British Film Locations website

A guide to the locations where movies were filmed in the UK, Ireland, and The Isle Of Man - with maps, screenshots, and real-life photos.

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The Fans Who Saved Star Wars | Movie Mezzanine

my ungodly long look at how a group of internet forum-dwellers rescued the original Star Wars from old 35mm prints

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Art of the Title

"Art of the Title is the definitive resource for title sequence design, spanning the film, television, conference, and videogame industries. Featuring title design from countries around the world, we honour the creators and innovators who contribute to the field, discussing and displaying their work with a desire to explicate, facilitate, and instigate."

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Raiders of the Lost Ark - Matte Painting | VashiVisuals BlogBlog

One of the most famous matte paintings was the last shot in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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Low Poly Scenes

Album with topic of Creativity uploaded by That0neKidSam. Low Poly Scenes

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SWANH

Infographic adaptation of Star Wars A New Hope, 123m (403.5 ft) of scrolling by graphic novelist Martin Panchaud.

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Photographs of Films

Long exposure shots of film.

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60 Free Film Noir Movies

Watch great Noir films directed by Orson Welles, Billy Wilder, Fritz Lang, and starring Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck and Edward G. Robinson. All free.

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Aspect Ratio: Which Should You Choose? - YouTube

Directors have tons of aspect ratios to choose from. Which should they pick? Let's look at the thematic effect each different aspect ratio can have on the viewer.

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Hell's club

"There is a place where all fictional characters meet. . Outside of time, Outside of all logic, This place is known as HELL'S CLUB, But this club is not safe"

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History vs. Hollywood

'Fact-checks "based on a true story/inspired by true events" popular movies, and tries to match faces and events with their real-life counterparts.'

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The Art of the Opening Shot

First impressions last and these movies know it.

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Wes Anderson Palettes.

Colour palettes derived from Wes Anderson films.

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An Oral History of Ghostbusters

Who you gonna call? Everyone in the cast of Ghostbusters.

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Surely you can’t be serious: An oral history of Airplane!

In 1980, a trio of gentlemen from Wisconsin - Jim Abrahams and brothers David and Jerry Zucker - took a cast of predominantly non-comedic actors, put a parodic spin on the disaster-film genre, and created a film which not only made moviegoers howl with laughter but also earned critical acclaim.

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Movie Locations guide: film locations around the world, with travel and visiting details

"We are the travel guide to film locations around the world. If you ever wondered ‘Where did they film that?’, or you want to visit the filming locations of your favourite movie, you’ll find original location photographs, trivia, links with essential details of travel and hotels."

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Star Wars models

Models made for the original trilogy.

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David Fincher - And the Other Way is Wrong

For sheer directorial craft, there are few people working today who can match David Fincher. And yet he describes his own process as “not what I do, but what I don’t do.” Join me today in answering the question: What does David Fincher not do?

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