Lessons From The Screenplay explores how the most effective movie scenes often follow the three-act structure of entire movies, books and plays.
A case in point: one chilling exchange between Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling in Johnathan Demme’s ‘The Silence of The Lambs’.
More (in the form of a more in-depth podcast) here.
A second installment of filmmaker Vugar Efendi’s side by side comparision of film scenes and the art that probably inspired them.
Previously: Art And Film
A rather fine short featuring a deftly edited juxtaposition of animation and film clips, recently premiered at SXSW.
Made by Ornana Films (they of the excellent Confusion Through Sand)
(Thanks Benjamin Wiessner)
The entire opening scene of Daniel Craig’s first outing as James Bond painstakingly recreated in blocks frame by frame by the wonderfully named Brick Tease.
Two incredible hand-drawn animations by Jake Fried, who uses one sheet of paper per animation, layering Tippex, paint, ink and coffee to create the fleeting details of changing scenes.
By the final frame, each sheet of paper is covered with a layer of mixed material, inches thick.
Editor kogonada (he of the excellent Sounds Of Aronofsky and Quentin Tarantino From Below) celebrates the late director Stanley Kubrick’s love for (and mastery of) the one-point perspective shot.
Taken on Tuesday evening.
Yes, it’s (Northern) Ireland.
Lines close at 2pm
Update: Yes, it’s Ballycastle Strand, Country Antrim.