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Still one of my favourite sequences in #GETEVEN
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Subtexts in Films
Subtext is the underlying theme, a deeper meaning beneath a scene, a dialogue or most commonly & shot. A subtext is the most common thing one could find in a movie, it’s everywhere. Here’s a try to analyse subtext in context of a movie scene. In Neelakasham Pachakadal Chunna Bhoomi, Kaasii & Suni joins with the team in Puri & there they meet Ishita. Ishita slowly develops a liking to Kaasii & Kaasii acknowledges this. As during the night party in the beach Ishita & Kaasii gets their moment & they slowly moves close to each other, we get these two shots of them being close to each other & then suddenly Kaasii realises, this is not something he should be doing now & backs away. Kaasii recognises that Ishita is unaware of his past & she should have felt other way as he too made the move. He takes her to the beach where he trekked earlier & explains her about his past. The arch of Kaasii - Ishita story takes a beautiful conclusion here as they sit together in the beach watching the sun set. Then we get this shot, a wide frame of Ishita & Kaasii , there’s a small space between them. A space of understanding & acceptance in context to the previous shots at night. The text is Kaasii & Ishita sitting in the beach which is the upper layer where as subtext is the underlying meaning, of understanding each other & accepting the emotions of each other. Subtexts can be anything , a dialogue , a look, a scene or even two people sitting leaving a space between them, on a beautifully set shot in the backdrop of a beautiful evening in beach.
If you find such subtexts from movies that you have watched, do comment below , we’ll try to make more posts on the various subtexts in movies.
Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi(2013)
Direction: Sameer Thahir
Cinematography: Girish Gangadharan
Editing: A Sreekar Prasad
Music: Rex Vijayan
The cinematography is very gritty which helps substantiate the realism this movie tries to portray. The main actors deliver a very authentic performance as to anyone that will have such occurrences happen to them.
another one with this two beautiful souls🌹
📸 @nader.ait.laouad & me .
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Orijinal Adı: The Gift
Türkçe: Geçmişten Gelen
Süre: 1 saat 48 dakika
Yayın Tarihi: 2015
Tür: Gerilim / Dram / Gizem
🎞 Herkese selam ✨
Bugün sizlere tesadüfen izlediğim ama çok beğendiğim bir filmden bahsetmek istiyorum. Film insanın üzerinde rahatsız edici ama hoş bir his bırakıyor. Bu his, senaryonun sizi içine almasından ve elbette ki oyuncuların başarısından kaynaklı bir gerilim hissi. .
🎞 Simon ve Robyn yeni evli bir çifttir. Simon'ın bir mağazada lise arkadaşıyla karşılaşmasına kadar da hayatları gayet güzel ve istedikleri gibi gitmekteydi. Fakat bu karşılaşma, tüm yaşamlarını alt üst etmiştir. Simon, lise arkadaşı Gordo'yu ilk başta tanıyamaz ama bazı sürpriz karşılaşmalar ve kaynağı belirsiz hediyeler, geçmişten gelen büyük bir sırrı ortaya çıkartır ve arkadaşını tanımasını sağlar. Yirmi sene önce bu iki eski arkadaş arasında cereyan eden olayı öğrenen Robyn hayata ve eşine farklı bir açıdan bakmaya başlayacaktır. .
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Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its height is listed as 3,724 metres (12,218 feet) and can be found in the Canterbury region. Mimicking Austrian and other European alpine mountain ranges, it lies in the Southern Alps, which runs the length of the South Island. A popular destination, it is also a favourite challenge for mountain climbers. Aoraki / Mount Cook consists of three summits, from South to North the Low Peak (3,593 m or 11,788 ft), Middle Peak (3,717 m or 12,195 ft) and High Peak.⠀
Photo Credit: Thomas Schweighofer⠀
Mt Cook from Christchurch International Airport:⠀
— By Plane: 1hr 10mins⠀
— By Helicopter: 1hr 10mins⠀
— By Vehicle: 3hrs 52mins⠀
— 200 km / 124 miles⠀
43° 44' 7.692'' S⠀
170° 6' 3.8664'' E⠀
marsapartment: Thinking about how the cinematography and lighting in the scene where hungover Harley Quinn buys an egg sandwich, and goes through the heartbreak of losing it, is better and more moving than 99% of cinema https://tmblr.co/ZdLFak2nnQo7D
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the cinematography, imagery, directing, writing all et in the episode Battle of the Bastards on GOT deserves rewards its the best episode
I’d agree. It was technically impressive and cinematography was breath taking. But the story was very rail and heavily relied on deus machina
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I think he's also film-smart enough to be objective. He might like a film, but it have bad cinematography or pacing and he'll take off for it.
I think a big part of absorbing media critics' reviews is knowing their preferences also.
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and then they’re like “oh but it’s love! age is just a number!” and so is a jail cell number, and the whole of the lgbtq+ community is not white guys who eat cherries and have curly hair i’m sorry. the only thinh good about this movie is the cinematography. that’s it. https://twitter.com/odinsonsfilm/status/1229137860445515781 …
The writing, direction, cinematography, editing, production design, hair/makeup/wardrobe, SFX, choreography, the PERFORMANCES, etc. are spectacular. Why didn’t the studio push this as an awards contender?!
A few BTS snaps from the short film we shot this weekend in Manhattan. Great cast and crew! Featuring our fully rigged out and upgraded @sonyprousa Venice including the Rialto extension for an easy overhead rig! Shout out to @sigmacine for the gorgeous cine primes at a reasonable price! 📷: @akintayoadewole
requiem for a dream. trying to rewatch that movie is excruciatingly painful. it’s best at creating a realistic story that has haunted me to this day. the editing, cinematography, writing and all-around scary-realistic plot just make it unrewatchable
Ort der Besinnlichkeit • Waldkapelle Weinburg
8m8 minutes ago
It’s not like the original but I like the suspense and cinematography so far.
3m3 minutes ago
When we heard that Hugh Jackman had been cast as Wolverine, if you'd told me then that we'd be getting this, I would have laughed in your face. This is superb achievement on any level and in every aspect; script, score, cinematography, performances, direction
1m1 minute ago
THE GREAT DICTATOR (1940)
Cinematography by Karl Struss and Roland Totheroh
Directed by Charlie Chaplin
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This next series is a spotlight on a particular lighting tool - the cucalorus (cookie, kukaloris, kookaloris, cukaloris, cukuloris, cookalorus, and abbreviated as cuke, kuke, kook, coo-koo, etc.). No matter how you spell it, the classic cucalorus is a mottled shadow pattern — a collection of leafy amoeba-shaped holes cut into a piece of thin plywood. It’s intended to be used to break up light into an organic shadow pattern - typically used in hard light, but adding a texture to light can help add another layer to the scene. It’s a simple tool that you’ll find on nearly every grip truck. You’ll often hear people refer to any gobo as a cucalorus, but that is incorrect. The cucalorus is a specific type of gobo meant to introduce a natural leaf-like stipple pattern into the light. These can also be custom-made by cutting out plywood, Masonite or even cardboard in this leafy shape. A “perfect” cucalorus has no straight edges at all. Even the exterior edges are scalloped so that it all feels “organic” and not geometric. As with any shadow-casting object, the closer it is to the light fixture, the softer the shadow pattern will be. You can thus “feather” a cucalorus by adjusting its angle to the light. A perfectly parallel plane to the lens of the light will create an even, uniform sharpness to the shadow pattern. Adjusting that angle so that one side of the cuke is closer to the lamp and the other side is farther away will create a gradient of softness across the pattern that can appear to be more organic. They’re often used for background texture, but can just as easily be used on talent. While a sharp cuke pattern might feel artificial and a little cliche - a softer one can be very subtle and add an interesting texture. Both of these cukes pictured are from Matthews Studio Equipment. More to come! - @jayholben#acshotcraft#cinematography#lighting#learnfilm#lightingtools