Posts Tagged ‘Filmmaking’

10 Artsy-Fartsy Films

Artsy films don’t necessarily mean someone in it is a painter or an artist of some sort. These movies are great and tend to have a certain following. Whether it is in the script, the characters, or the soundtrack – these films have formed a whole new genre Louisville painters call artsy-fartsy!

1. 500 Days of Summer
The story is about love, but it is not a love story, first of all. When greeting card writer, Tom meets Summer he falls madly in love with her. Summer is a modern woman with 60s style who does not believe in Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Avatar: Inspiration for reflection and contemplation

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Much has been said of the Avatar, since the first information about the film already cried it would be a revolution of the 7th art.The film was released and already holds the record for highest grossing film of all time. According to the movie enthusiasts the great banner of this revolution was the result of the incredible CGI technology applied to the work. I agree.And I would also say that marketing used to leverage the film was extraordinary.

But is that Avatar is just technology and advertising?

Maybe this deviates a little visual excellence viewers’ attention Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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