An interesting feature on wardrobe design in movies by Film Radar.
Previously: Tarantino’s Jukebox
A diverting inisight into the way colour in movie posters is used to communicate with the desired audiences.
James Verdesoto of Indika Entertainment Advertising explains how white backgrounds are used for comedy, blue for action thrillers, shadows indicate secondary characters, yellow is the colour of independent film and so on.
A rug-cutting celebration of memorable movie dance scenes by Brazilian film critic and video artist Diego Carrera.
Annie Onishi, general surgery resident at Columbia University, breaks down the medical accuracy of operating room scenes from a variety of television shows and movies.
The plot of Back To The Future charted by Nathan Yau of Flowing Data.
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.
Actor and more-than-daycent impressionist Ross Marquand performs various movie stars reading lines from movies they weren’t actually in.
Previously: Nano Impressions
A montage of 260 films released in 2016. lovingly compiled by video artist Clak Zhu.
Full list of the films here.