Alfred Hitchcock On Mastering Cinematic Tension
Michael Bay - What is Bayhem?
There are filmmakers we love and then there’s Michael Bay. Even if you dislike him (as I do), Bay has something valuable to teach us about visual perception. This is an exploration of “Bayhem” — his style of camera movement, composition and editing that creates something overblown, dynamic and distinct.
For educational purposes only.
For further reading/viewing, I recommend
Letterboxd user sydney’s review of Bad Boys 2: bit.ly/1iZe7SX
Michael Bay watches West Side Story: nyti.ms/Vg7ErY
Werner Herzog Talks About Wrestlemania & Anna Nicole Smith: bit.ly/VfQ9Iu
The Sound Defects - Take Out
Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story Overture
Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong
My Mom’s Motorcycle: My Rode Reel
This is a short film about how my mom became the owner of a motorcycle for the My Rode Reel competition. More deeply it is about how people use objects to connect with times, ideas, and people.
Music License purchased through The Music Bed.
Dexter Britain, “A Time To Run:
Chris Wallbrech, “The Grave” and “Untitled”
Thanks to http://articlemenswear.com/ for letting me film in their store
You can see more of my work here:
British Pathé is one of the oldest media companies in the world.
Their roots lie in 1890s Paris where their founder, Charles Pathé, pioneered the development of the moving image.
They were established in London in 1902, and by 1910 were producing their famous bi-weekly newsreel the Pathé Gazette. After the First World War they started producing various Cinemagazines as well. By 1930 they were producing the Gazette, the Pathetone Weekly, the Pathé Pictorial and Eve’s Film Review, covering entertainment, culture and womens’ issues.
By the time Pathé finally stopped producing the cinema newsreel in 1970 they had accumulated 3500 hours of filmed history amounting to over 90,000 individual items
A pug’s emotional reaction to the end of Homeward Bound
* This is why we make movies… So that pugs everywhere can believe…
Your Face Changes In Different Lighting
“Life After Pi” is a short documentary about Rhythm & Hues Studios, the L.A. based Visual Effects company that won an Academy Award for its groundbreaking work on “Life of Pi”– just two weeks after declaring bankruptcy. The film explores rapidly changing forces impacting the global VFX community, and the Film Industry as a whole.
This is only the first chapter of an upcoming feature-length documentary “Hollywood Ending,” that delves into the larger, complex challenges facing the US Film Industry and the many professionals working within it, whose fates and livelihood are intertwined.
Yoga By Equinox
Briohny Smyth shows there’s no limit to what the artfully honed yoga body can do
Video by: Project Dstllry
Directed by Brody Baker
Scored by Sanford Livingston and Jamie Biden.
ILM’s breakdown of Pacific Rim…
VFX Porn at it’s finest
The Largest Glacier Carving Ever Filmed
for more watch Chasing Ice