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Daily Archives: January 16, 2018

2013 is the best year in film our decade has yet to witness. With only two years left to show us the full scope of cinema in the 2010s, the year is likely be considered the most fruitful of the bunch by the time the 2020s are upon us. In a year when films like Her, The Wind Rises, Fruitvale… Read more »

16 January 2018 | Features, Film Lists

2017 was a good year for film. Whether it be drama, comedy or action, this was definitely a year that had great films released from many different genres. On this list, we’re going to approach animated movies from that year that definitely should be watched, not only by fans or enthusiasts of animation, but by any fan of film. This… Read more »

16 January 2018 | Features, Film Lists

Originally used in theater, mise-en-scene is one of the most powerful concepts/tolls of filmmaking. It involves the arrangement of what appears in the frame, and the relation of it with the camera. The French term is used in every film from neorealism to contemporary filmmaking that draws away clearly from realism. David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson write about mise-en-scene in… Read more »

16 January 2018 | Features, Film Lists