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Smoother, more powerful, and more transportive techniques to take your viewer from one shot, character, location, or idea to the next.
Stop doing these things – they’re easy enough, and we’ll all win.
A collection of video essays exploring ways colour is used in visual storytelling.
A critical look the aesthetic and motifs of the director’s filmography.
The in-camera special effect, used in countless films, as old as cinema itself.
Modern examples of Eisenstein’s “Methods”, or the Soviet Theory of Montage.
A wonderful way to watch, and learn from, movies.
What are aspect ratios, and what can they mean for visual storytelling?
Weaponising composition, colour, and editing to create story.