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Aniwords – Kiznavier & How to Say Things without Words

I don’t know how many of you guys are watching Kiznaiver (mostly because I’ve been very poor at writing up those weekly posts this season due to the volume of stuff I’m watching), but episode 7 was really, really good. 34 more words


The International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC)

May’s Spotlight at ScreenQueens is on female cinematographers, and for good reason—did you know in the last ten years, women comprised less than 5% of the cinematographers among the 250 top-grossing films to come out of Hollywood? 180 more words

Women Film-makers

Master of Cinematography Roger Deakins

Roger Deakins is one of the most highly regarded cinematographers living today, most prolific DP who working more than four decade continuously with  Coen brothers, Sam Mendes, and Denis Villeneuve. 1,118 more words

Cinema Discussion

Hit Me With Your Best Shot!: "Star Wars - The Force Awakens"

The audience vibe was more electric than any I’d experience in some time time when I finally caught Star Wars – The Force Awakens (two days after opening because we thought we’d be avoiding the crowds – ha!). 656 more words

A Lighting And Camera Work Review Of John Wick

This is gonna be analysis of the lighting and camera work in John Work and how it used to the movies advantage.

As you can see on my blog I have covered one shot before and i shall not be covering it again but I will post a link: https://wordpress.com/post/99155197/70… 135 more words


Wolf and Forgotten Message

Wolf and Forgotten Message (Spice and Wolf Long-form Analysis)

Spice and Wolf is no doubt widely and thoroughly enjoyed. The show appears frequently on recommendation lists or in recommendation threads and sits comfortably with a 8.4 rating on MAL, not to mention ranking as the 68th most popular anime in that same database (at time of writing). 3,769 more words