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Creating a Film’s Visual Fingerprint: Cinemetrics Examines Kubrick, Anderson

By at June 29, 2012 | 11:23 pm | 0 Comment

Creating a Film’s Visual Fingerprint: Cinemetrics Examines Kubrick, Anderson

Too often, the depth and intricacies of a film's production design can be overlooked. Combine design with directing and editing approaches, and you get color palette, movement, energy. And thanks to German visual communication artist, Frederic Brodbeck, it can all be displayed in a single dynamic sphere. The folks at Miramax turned us on to Brodbeck's ingenious more...

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Teenage Love and Other Quirky Tragedies: SUBMARINE Film Review

By at October 5, 2011 | 11:52 pm | 3 Comments

Teenage Love and Other Quirky Tragedies: SUBMARINE Film Review

3.5 / 5 stars The coming-of-age comedy Submarine leaps right out of the gate like the little brother to Wes Anderson's Rushmore. Fans of the iconic 1998 indie -- and there are plenty -- will sense it coming a mile away. Writer-director Richard Ayoade's fable about a Welsh teen hovering uncomfortably between misunderstood high-schooler and awkward adult jumps around more...

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