Now it all makes sense.
A well crafted trailer for a film that doesn’t exist. Or does it?
Youtuber themanbatman sez:
A lot of time has passed since the first three pieces of this project. A lot of new material has surfaced. This is me scratching an itch. :)
A compilation by video artist Roman Holiday of title drops: scenes from 150 films where a character or characters say the actual name of the film.
The trailer for Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979) recut by Mashable Watercooler as a comedy wherein Jonesy wreaks adorable havoc on board the Nostromo.
Jack Nugent of YouTube movie channel Now You See It explores the dolly zoom effect via some of its most celebrated deployments.
Dublin-based filmmaker Kevin Littlewood writes:
Ghost buildings and hidden walkways, dotted across an ever-changing Dublin city. A short film of what we pass and what passes us…of what remains, even when it’s gone.
Celluloid spectra, wherein:
Each line represents the average colour of a frame of the movie, creating a sequential timeline of its colour palette.
These, and many more, available here as framed prints, canvases and whatnot.
A shot by shot comparison by ImDb comparing the trailers for the original Blade Runner (1982) with this year’s upcoming Blade Runner 2049.
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