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1. 2001: A Who Odyssey

  • Published: 2009-11-12T19:44:15+00:00
  • Duration: 285
  • By Iz
2001: A Who Odyssey

3D animation made in Lightwave, created in anticipation of the Christmas 2009 regeneration. The red chair and PanAm spaceplane are with thanks to the 2001-3d-archive.


2. A Lonely Sky

  • Published: 2011-10-08T13:44:20+00:00
  • Duration: 600
  • By Nick Ryan
A Lonely Sky

Written and directed by Nick Ryan In 1947, a test pilot who risks his life to break the sound barrier, is forced to question his reasons and abilities by a strange yet familiar man. Starring Keir Dullea (2001, A Space Odyssey) Paudge Behan (Veronica Guerin) and Padraic Delaney (The Wind that Shakes the Barley). For more Info go to www.alonelysky.com


3. Making Magic

  • Published: 2014-07-10T17:48:23+00:00
  • Duration: 147
  • By David Anderson
Making Magic

(Now in HD) I really appreciate everyone who has taken the time to view this short montage. I casually uploaded it for a friend to see and, to my surprise, it's been viewed by many others! I made it as part of a personal project. It is the conclusion to a private film history class I taught. I felt the best way to end the class was to evoke just a bit of the magic that the movies have brought to us. Music Source: Life Chronicles - Audiomachine Quote Sources (In order): Psycho The Great Dictator Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Lawrence of Arabia 2001: A Space Odyssey Patton One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Annie Hall Stripes Ferris Bueller's Day Off Malice A Few Good Men Good Will Hunting Gangs of New York The Notebook Rocky Balboa 12 Years a Slave The Godfather


4. Roger Ebert Interviews Arthur C. Clarke

Roger Ebert Interviews Arthur C. Clarke

In March of 1997, film critic Roger Ebert interviewed author Arthur C. Clarke, who wrote "2001: A Space Odyssey." The interview was featured at "Cyberfest ‘97,” a gala celebration at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In "2001: A Space Odyssey," the evil computer "HAL" is said to have been born in Urbana in 1997. The gala event marked HAL's fictitious birth, and celebrated the U of I's contributions to the revolution and evolution of computing This program was produced by WILL-TV.


5. The Apollo 11 Moon Landing, recut to Stanley Kubrick's 2001: Space Odyssey

  • Published: 2014-07-15T06:19:47+00:00
  • Duration: 385
  • By Nick Acosta
The Apollo 11 Moon Landing, recut to Stanley Kubrick's 2001: Space Odyssey

Back in 1968 director Stanley Kubrick along with co-creator Arthur C. Clarke were making what would later become the greatest science fiction film of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey. The story revolves around space travel and man’s place in the universe. Kubrick actually commissioned an original musical score to accompany the space travel scenes. He ended up rejecting those tracks and decided to use classical music from the 19th century. The result gives the film a timeless aspect that mid 60’s musical scoring couldn’t. Now at the 46th anniversary of mankind’s last great Space Odyssey, the Apollo 11 moon landing, I have created this short film using NASA’s own high def engineering footage and the astronaut's home movies. The premise, what if Stanley Kubrick had directed the moon landing? Of course he did not, and this is a tribute to all who landed on the moon, and those who made that amazing movie. As for the last little part tacked on the end... That's just to show a little juxtaposition between those who were making serious things in the late 60's and those making ridiculous things.


6. Why Props Matter

  • Published: 2015-10-26T14:41:29+00:00
  • Duration: 624
  • By Rishi Kaneria
Why Props Matter

A look at the hidden power of film props. And how filmmakers use the everyday (and not so everyday) objects in their scenes to enhance cinematic storytelling. Written, edited, & narrated by Rishi Kaneria (@rishikaneria). Music from: “Baba O Riley” by the Who “Kid-A” by Punch Brothers “Rabbit In Your Headlights” by Unkle “Where is my mind” by Vitamin String Orchestra “Magic” by Mick Smiley “Sinnerman” by Nina Simone “Intermezzo” by Pietro Mascagni “Monkey Fight Snake” by the Bombay Royale “I Hung My Head” by Johnny Cash “The Thing That Made You” by Dan Romer "Once There Was a Hushpuppy" by Dan Romer Iconography from "Famous Objects From Classic Movies." http://www.famousobjectsfromclassicmovies.com/ Footage from: 00:04 Boogie Nights 00:10 Sunset Boulevard 00:11 2001: A Space Odyssey 00:11 Black Swan 00:12 Close Encounters Of The Third Kind 00:13 Inception 00:20 Ghostbusters 00:26 Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi 00:29 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope 00:30 Ed Wood 00:43 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 00:46 Big 00:47 Rushmore 00:48 Gattaca 00:50 Pulp Fiction 00:50 The Hundred Foot Journey 00:51 The Hundred Foot Journey 00:52 Pulp Fiction 00:53 The Breakfast Club 00:54 Terminator 2 00:55 Boogie Nights 00:55 Money Ball 00:57 Whiplash 00:58 Saving Private Ryan 01:01 2001: A Space Odyssey 01:11 2001: A Space Odyssey 01:17 American Beauty 01:23 The Usual Suspects 01:25 Jurassic Park 01:28 Forrest Gump 01:31 Lawrence Of Arabia 01:35 The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring 01:38 Raiders Of The Lost Ark 01:40 The Bicycle Thief 01:42 The Maltese Falcon 01:47 Raiders Of The Lost Ark 01:50 The Dark Knight 01:53 The Dark Knight 01:59 Fight Club 02:03 Pulp Fiction 02:08 Rain Man 02:13 Mommie Dearest 02:18 Cast Away 02:24 Citizen Kane 02:31 The Red Balloon 02:36 Aliens 02:44 Blade Runner 02:58 Citizen Kane 03:03 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 03:06 Christmas Story 03:08 The Prestige 03:10 The Gods Must Be Crazy 03:17 Inception 03:20 The Prestige 03:23 Juno 03:25 Back To The Future Part II 03:27 Magnolia 03:30 The Red Balloon 03:34 The Sixth Sense 03:39 2001: A Space Odyssey 03:45 The Godfather 03:48 The Godfather Part II 03:49 The Godfather 03:51 The Godfather Part II 03:53 The Godfather 03:55 The Godfather 04:01 The Shining 04:11 Memento 04:19 Interstellar 04:29 Memento 04:41 Police Story 04:48 Pulp Fiction 04:56 Say Anything 04:59 The Godfather 05:05 The Shining 05:07 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 05:08 The Goonies 05:13 Raiders Of The Lost Ark 05:20 Batman 05:32 Pulp Fiction 05:40 Seven 05:47 Rear Window 05:53 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Man From The South 06:01 The Untouchables 06:07 Fight Club 06:12 The Dark Knight 06:14 Back To The Future 06:17 Signs 06:20 Jurassic Park 06:24 Aliens 06:27 Jaws 06:33 It's A Wonderful Life 06:39 The Gold Rush 06:42 Office Space 06:45 Annie Hall 06:47 The Breakfast Club 06:48 The Breakfast Club 06:57 Mary Poppins 07:00 The Wizard Of Oz 07:03 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 07:07 The Shawshank Redemption 07:14 The Karate Kid 07:17 The Avengers 07:20 Superman: The Movie 07:22 The Manchurian Candidate 07:26 The Matrix 07:30 Jurassic Park 07:34 Saving Private Ryan 07:40 Dog Day Afternoon 07:42 The Apartment 07:44 Raiders Of The Lost Ark 07:48 The Shining 07:52 The Breakfast Club 07:54 Singin In The Rain 07:57 Mary Poppins 07:59 Taxi Driver 08:09 Scarface 08:11 Terminator 2 08:14 Dirty Harry 08:25 No Country For Old Men 08:31 Kingsman: The Secret Service 08:34 There Will Be Blood 08:37 Rear Window 08:41 Raiders Of The Lost Ark 08:43 Ghostbusters 08:44 The Shining 08:46 Titanic 08:48 Back To The Future Part II 08:50 Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom 08:54 Poltergeist 08:56 The Grand Budapest Hotel 08:58 The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring 09:01 Titanic 09:03 Citizen Kane 09:07 The Usual Suspects 10:01 Risky Business “If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it’s not going to be fired, it shouldn’t be hanging there.” -Anton Chekhov Full transcript can be found here: http://raging-cinema.tumblr.com/post/131987929538/a-look-at-the-hidden-power-of-film-props-and-how


7. HITCHCOCK MEETS KUBRICK

HITCHCOCK MEETS KUBRICK

Music: Gundam Seed Destiny Original Soundtrack II - senkyou henka Hitchcock's Film: Psycho, North By Northwest, Vertigo, The Birds, Stranger on the train, Rear Window, Marnie, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dial M for Murder, Topaz Kubrick's Film: Eyes Wide Shut, Full Metal Jacket, The Shining, Barry Lyndon, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Lolita, Paths of Glory, The Killing, Killer’s Kiss


8. The Dawn of Man

  • Published: 2009-04-16T03:24:58+00:00
  • Duration: 572
  • By VCDesign
The Dawn of Man

This scene shows the beggining of the Paleolithic Era of prehistory, and reveals that, by the management of tools, man could stop being a victim of the world to become an active element, who has the power of action over the nature. Introduction scene of the movie "2001 - A Space Odyssey"


9. All The Movies Are Connected

All The Movies Are Connected

All The Movies Are Connected. Edited by Ignacio Montalvo (@ignmontalvo) --------------------- List of films (in order of appearance): -Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980, Irvin Kershner) -2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, Stanley Kubrick) -Apocalypse Now (1978, Francis Ford Coppola) -Kong: Skull Island (2017, Jordan Vogt-Roberts) -Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015, J.J. Abrams) -Band of Outsiders (1964, Jean-Luc Godard) -The Dreamers (2003, Bernardo Bertolucci) -Blade Runner (1982, Ridley Scott) -Fight Club (1999, David Fincher) -Boogie Nights (1997, Paul Thomas Anderson) -Goodfellas (1990, Martin Scorsese) -Dreams (1990, Akira Kurosawa) -The Florida Project (2017, Sean Baker) -Citizen Kane (1941, Orson Welles) -The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001, Joel Coen & Ethan Coen) -City On Fire (1987, Ringo Lam) -Reservoir Dogs (1992, Quentin Tarantino) -The Social Network (2010, David Fincher) -A Beautiful Mind (2001, Ron Howard) -Call Me By Your Name (2017, Luca Guadagnino) -Lady Bird (2017, Greta Gerwig) -Pulp Fiction (1994, Quentin Tarantino) -Fellini, 8½ (1963, Federico Fellini) -Enemy (2013, Denis Villeneuve) -Arrival (2016, Denis Villeneuve) -Enter The Void (2009, Gaspar Noé) -Birdman (2014, Alejandro G. Iñárritu) -Full Metal Jacket (1987, Stanley Kubrick) -Whiplash (2014, Damien Chazelle) -A Clockwork Orange (1971, Stanley Kubrick) -Fight Club (1999, David Fincher) -Goodfellas (1990, Martin Scorsese) -Drive (2011, Nicholas Winding Refn) -Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977, Steven Spielberg) -The Mirror (1975, Andréi Tarkovski) -The Great Train Robbery (1903, Edwin S. Porter) -Goodfellas (1990, Martin Scorsese) -The Truman Show (1998, Peter Weir) -Persona (1966, Ingmar Bergman) -Platoon (1986, Oliver Stone) -Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981, Steven Spielberg) -La La Land (2016, Damien Chazelle) -Casablanca (1942, Michael Curtiz) -Phantom Thread (2017, Paul Thomas Anderson) -A Clockwork Orange (1971, Stanley Kubrick) -Wings (1927, William A. Wellman) -Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017, Rian Johnson) -Manhattan (1979, Woody Allen) -500 Days of Summer (2009, Marc Webb) -La La Land (2016, Damien Chazelle) -Metrópolis (1927, Fritz Lang) -Batman Returns (1992, Tim Burton) -The Fifth Element (1997, Luc Besson) -Lawrence of Arabia (1962, David Lean) -Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977, George Lucas) -Up (2009, Pete Docter, Bob Peterson) -The Wizard of Oz (1939, Victor Fleming) -The Sacrifice (1986, Andréi Tarkovski) -Blade Runner 2049 (2017, Denis Villeneuve) -Vertigo (1958, Alfred Hitchcock) -La La Land (2016, Damien Chazelle) -Road to Perdition (2002, Sam Mendes) -Moonlight (2016, Barry Jenkins) -The Shining (1980, Stanley Kubrick) -Toy Story (1995, John Lasseter) -The Hidden Fortress (1958, Akira Kurosawa) -Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977, George Lucas) -The Searchers (1956, John Ford) -Inglorious Basterds (2009, Quentin Tarantino) -Lost In Translation (2003, Sofia Coppola) -Closer (2004, Mike Nichols) -A Clockwork Orange (1971, Stanley Kubrick) -Psycho (1960, Alfred Hitchcock) -The Killing (1956, Stanley Kubrick) -The Dark Knight (2008, Christopher Nolan) -Vanilla Sky (2001, Cameron Crowe) -I Am Legend (2007, Francis Lawrence) -Macbeth (2015, Justin Kurzel) -Blade Runner 2049 (2017, Denis Villeneuve) -Lost In Translation (2003, Sofia Coppola) -Her (2013, Spike Jonze) -La La Land (2016, Damien Chazelle) -The Red Balloon (1956, Albert Lamorisse) -Interstellar (2014, Christopher Nolan) -2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, Stanley Kubrick) ------------------------------------------------------------ Music: "Ruby" - The Hit House


10. Cinema: A Life in Pictures

Cinema: A Life in Pictures

This is a non-profit project not aimed at breaking copyright laws. All material remains courtesy of their respective owners. Edited by Stefano Westerling 2017 Gone Girl (2014) American Psycho (2000) Inglorious Basterds (2009) La Haine (1995) The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001) Donnie Darko (2001) Heat (1995) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Blade Runner (1982) Casino (1995) Twin Peaks (1990) The Shining (1980) Full Metal Jacket (1987) Psycho (1960) Fargo (1996) Memories Of Murder (2003) The Silence Of The Lambs (1991) Apocalypse Now (1978) The Life Of Pi (2012) Mr. Nobody (2009) Gattaca (1997) 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Interstellar (2014) Dogtooth (2009) Berberian Sound Studio (2012) Bug (2006) Irreversible (2002) Into The Wild (2007) Enter The Void (2009) Twin Peaks (2017) The Shawshank Redemption (1994) Blue Valentine (2010) American History X (1998) Eyes Wide Shut (1999) MR. ROBOT (2015) True Detective (2014) The Machinist (2004) Falling Down (1993) Magnolia (1999) Blue Is The Warmest Color (2013) La La Land (2016) Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004) Before Sunrise (1995) Rain Man (1988) Sling Blade (1996) Captain Fantastic (2016) THX 1138 (1971) Stand By Me (1986) M83 - Un Nouveau Soleil (audio)


11. A Lonely Sky

  • Published: 2009-05-14T09:06:14+00:00
  • Duration: 600
  • By Echolab
A Lonely Sky

A Lonely Sky is a short film written and directed by Nick Ryan. In 1947, a test pilot who will risk his life to break the sound barrier, is forced to question his reasons and abilities by a strange yet familiar man. Starring Keir Dullea (2001, A Space Odyssey, The Good Shepherd), Paudge Behan (Veronica Guerin), Padraic Delaney (The Wind that Shakes the Barley). Sound Design by ECHOLAB.


12. The Directors Series - The Coen Brothers [4.4]

  • Published: 2016-07-11T23:28:47+00:00
  • Duration: 1492
  • By Cameron Beyl
The Directors Series - The Coen Brothers [4.4]

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational/editorial non-profit collection of video and text essays by filmmaker Cameron Beyl, dedicated to appreciating and deconstructing the work of contemporary and classic film directors. This ongoing project is made possible in part by our generous supporters on Patreon. Please visit our profile page to learn how you can become a patron: patreon.com/directorsseries 4.4: AN ODYSSEY INTO STYLE is the fourth installment of THE DIRECTORS SERIES' examination into the films and careers of directors Joel and Ethan Coen, covering their pair of highly-stylized features from the dawn of the new millennium: -O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU? (2000) -THE MAN WHO WASN'T THERE (2001) THE DIRECTORS SERIES channel on Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/channels/directorsseries Official Website: directorsseries.net Facebook: facebook.com/directorsseriesessays Twitter: @directorsseries About the author: cameronbeyl.com


13. Bajzel - Nie Znikaj

  • Published: 2010-07-20T04:42:22+00:00
  • Duration: 322
  • By MUZEUM
Bajzel - Nie Znikaj

The optical illusion was inspired by an alternate ending for "2001: A Space Odyssey". Originally intending an encounter between astronaut and alien, Kubrick conducted screen tests of a "life-form of light", dressing someone in dots and filming him against a wall of dots. Thankfully he dropped it, but i wanted to embrace the illusion as a wink to one of my favorite films. Anyhow, that was the spark. We proposed a lead role to Maria Dąbrowska who in turn proposed the project to fellow actors at the Contemporary Theater in Szczecin. Doors opened everywhere we knocked, and we were given all we needed. Eternal gratitude to everyone who helped. Director & Story: Matthew Schroeder (muzeum) Producer: Natalia Szostak Cinematography: Matthew Schroeder & Mariusz Cichon Staring: Maria Dąbrowska and Wojciech Sandach MUSIC: BAJZEL SONG TITLE: "Nie Znikaj" (meaning "Don't Disappear") Winner of Grand Prix, Yach Film 2010 (Poland's music video awards) Official Selection, The Vimeo Awards


14. Kubrick vs Scorsese

Kubrick vs Scorsese

A homage to Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese. Editor's note: Six years later, I received a response to this video from Mr. Scorsese, you can see this here: https://vimeo.com/169788386 Editor's note #2: Many friends after seeing my video "Tarantino vs Coen Brothers" requested me to do a new "mashup combined of directors", so this time I decided to do a tribute to my two favorite filmmakers, Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese, were 25 days re-watching 35 films, selecting more than 500 scenes and a hard work editing. Editor's note #3: I know they are different in many ways, this is NOT a comparison, "fight" or a competition. It's just a homage for my favorite directors. The "vs" in the title is just a form which indicates a 'mashup subgenre' (most famous in music), when "A and B" are combined, trying to make a creative blending of multiple songs/videos utilizing content from multiple sources. Update: In March of 2015 – This video was fully remastered, frame by frame, trying to produce the finest picture quality possible. Now is looking more clean, crisp and with better texture then ever in splendid 1080p. Lists of films used... Dir.: Stanley Kubrick Day of the Fight (1951) Fear and Desire (1953) Killer's Kiss (1955) The Killing (1956) Paths of Glory (1957) Spartacus (1960) Lolita (1962) Dr. Strangelove (1964) 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Barry Lyndon (1975) The Shining (1980) Full Metal Jacket (1987) Eyes Wide Shut (1999) Dir.: Martin Scorsese Who's That Knocking at My Door (1967) Mean Streets (1973) Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974) Taxi Driver (1976) New York, New York (1977) Raging Bull (1980) The King of Comedy (1982) After Hours (1985) The Color of Money (1986) The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) Goodfellas (1990) Cape Fear (1991) The Age of Innocence (1993) Casino (1995) Kundun (1997) Bringing Out the Dead (1999) Gangs of New York (2002) The Aviator (2004) The Departed (2006) Shutter Island (2010) Audio Copyright Notices: 'I'm Shipping Up to Boston' performed by band Dropkick Murphys remains courtesy Hellcat Records, ® 2005 'Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing' by Chris Isaak remains courtesy Warner Music Group Corp, ® 1996 'Nude' by Radiohead remains courtesy XL Recordings, ® 2008 This video was purely non-profit and not Aimed at breaking copyright laws. http://leandrocopperfield.blogspot.com/ (Other videos)


15. Beyond the Infinite

  • Published: 2016-07-08T09:21:09+00:00
  • Duration: 135
  • By Doug Foster
Beyond the Infinite

A short clip from the digital film installation by Doug Foster made for the Daydreaming With Stanley Kubrick exhibition staged at Somerset House in 2016. The film was inspired by the famous 'stargate' sequence in 2001: A Space Odyssey and takes the form of an endless, widescreen tunnel of textured light. The soundtrack is a collaboration between Philip Sheppard and James Lavelle (UNKLE), who is also co-curator of the exhibition.


16. Cinematic Eye Close-Ups

  • Published: 2012-10-25T12:02:10+00:00
  • Duration: 163
  • By Roman Holiday
Cinematic Eye Close-Ups

Do you ever get that feeling that you're being watched? Haha, eyes are terrifying. This collection of clips will stare into your very soul. Ooooo...Spooky. Halloween is coming up. So, here are the films used in this eyeball montage: 00:07 - Vanilla Sky (2001) 00:12 - 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 00:19 - Cube (1997) 00:30 - The Magdalene Sisters (2002) 00:42 - Splice (2009) 00:51 - Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut (2004) 00:58 - Cube 2: Hypercube (2002) 01:03 - Peeping Tom (1960) 01:05 - Alphaville (1965) 01:06 - Psycho (1960) 01:07 - Hugo (2011) 01:09 - Sucker Punch (2011) 01:11 - Immortals (2011) 01:15 - Mr. Nobody (2009) 01:18 - Catwoman (2004) 01:23 - Daredevil (2003) 01:29 - Hulk (2003) 01:30 - Looper (2012) 01:32 - Darkman (1990) 01:33 - Requiem For A Dream (2000) 01:34 - Layer Cake (2004) 01:35 - Resident Evil: Extinction (2007) 01:36 - Resident Evil (2002) 01:38 - Underworld: Awakening (2012) 01:40 - Dredd (2012) 01:41 - Warm Bodies (2013) 01:42 - Frequency (2000) 01:43 - The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) 01:45 - Equilibrium (2002) 01:46 - Blade Runner (1982) 01:48 - Spider-Man (2002) 01:50 - Spider-Man 2 (2004) 01:51 - Surrogates (2009) 01:52 - 28 Weeks Later (2007) 01:53 - Goldfinger (1964) 01:54 - Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) 01:55 - The Crow (1994) 01:56 - 50/50 (2011) 01:57 - 127 Hours (2010) 01:58 - The Cell (2000) 01:59 - Red (2010) 02:00 - Sunshine (2007) 02:02 - Mission Impossible (1996) 02:03 - Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011) 02:04 - The Devil's Advocate (1997) 02:05 - Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) 02:06 - Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) 02:07 - Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (1998) 02:10 - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) 02:12 - The Diving Bell And The Butterfly (2007) 02:16 - Strange Days (1995) 02:17 - The Jacket (2005) 02:19 - Red Riding Hood (2011) 02:21 - The Wolfman (2010) 02:22 - Spider-Man 3 (2007) 02:25 - The Island (2005) 02:27 - The Experiment (2010) 02:29 - Æon Flux (2005) 02:32 - Primer (2004) 02:34 - Next (2007) 02:36 - Doom (2005) Music: Pruit Igoe And Prophecies - Philip Glass Disclaimer: I do not own any of the films used in this compilation. I mean I have some of them on DVD but I don't have the copyrights for them so don't sue me.


17. EVOLUTION of FILM

  • Published: 2014-03-18T21:13:41+00:00
  • Duration: 178
  • By scott ewing
EVOLUTION of FILM

This montage began as a labor of love and quickly became an obsession of mine. Many days and hours were spent researching clips, downloading and editing. This could not have been possible without the complete and total encouragement from my wife Tiffany ... you rock! The following montage chronicles the evolution of film from its conception in 1878 by Edward J. Muybridge to the Lumiere brothers in 1895. Georges Melies a trip to the moon in 1902 was a total game changer and from there we go to the first theatrical releases starting in 1920-2014 ... this portion of the montage is chronological. There are some notable films which are absent from the montage such as the Great Train Robbery (1903), The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906) and Birth of a Nation (1915). These and many others were either impossible to find or did not fit in with the creative direction of the montage. There is also a Dumb and Dumber (1994) dancing clip between Tropic Thunder and 500 Days of Summer ... this was intentional I assure you. FILM CLIPS USED 1878 - Eadweard J. Muybridge - Pioneer of Motion Photography 1895 - Auguste & Louis Lumière- Sortie des Usines Lumière à Lyon 1902 - A Trip to the Moon - Viaje a la Luna - Le Voyage dans la lune - Georges Méliès 1920 -The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari 1921 - 'The Kid' - Charlie Chaplin 1922 - NOSFERATU 1923 - Harold Lloyd's SAFETY LAST! 1924 - Sherlock Junior 1925 - Gold Rush 1926 - The General 1927 - The Jazz Singer 1928 - Steamboat Bill. Jr 1929 - The Broadway Melody 1930 - All Quiet on the Western Front 1931 - Frankenstein 1932 - Horse Feathers 1933 - Duck Soup 1934 - The Man Who Knew Too Much 1935 - Bride of Frankenstein 1936 - Modern Times 1937 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1938 - The Adventures of Robin Hood 1939 - The Wizard of Oz 1940 - The Great Dictator 1941 - Citizen Kane 1942 - Casablanca 1943 - Phantom of the Opera 1944 - National Velvet 1945 - The Lost Weekend 1946 - The Best Years of Our Lives 1947 - Out of the Past 1948 - The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 1949 - The Third Man 1950 - Cinderella 1951 - A Streetcar Named Desire 1952 - Singing in the Rain 1953 - Roman Holiday 1954 - Seven Samurai 1955 - Rebel Without a Cause 1956 - The Searchers 1957 - The Bridge on the River Kwai 1958 - Vertigo 1959 - North by Northwest 1960 - The Apartment 1961 - West Side Story 1962 - The Man who shot Liberty Valance 1963 - The Great Escape 1964 - Dr. Strangelove or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 1965 - Thunderball 1966 - The Wild Bunch 1967 - The Graduate 1968 - 2001 A Space Odyssey 1969 - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly 1970 - The Aristocats 1971 - The French Connection 1972 - Deliverance 1973 - The Exorcist 1974 - Chinatown 1975 - Jaws 1976 - Rocky 1977 - Close Encounters of the Third Kind 1978 - Superman 1979 - Apocalypse Now 1980 - Airplane 1981 - Raiders of the Lost Arc 1982 - E.T: The Extra Terrestrial 1983 - The Right Stuff 1984 - The Karate Kid 1985 - The Goonies 1986 - Top Gun 1987 - The Princess Bride 1988 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1989 - Hoosiers 1990 - Misery 1991 - The Silence of the Lambs 1992 - Reservoir Dogs 1993 - Jurassic Park 1994 - Speed 1995 - Apollo 13 1996 - Mission Impossible 1997 - The Fifth Element 1998 - The Big Lebowski 1999 - The Iron Giant 2000 - Cast Away 2001 - Ameile 2002 - Minority Report 2003 - Kill Bill 2004 - The Incredibles 2005 - Batman Begins 2006 - Children of Men 2007 - No Country For Old Men 2008 - Tropic Thunder 2009 - 500 Days of Summer 2010 - The Social Network 2011 - The Artist 2012 - Skyfall 2013 - Gravity 2014 The Amazing Spiderman 2 How to Train Your Dragon 2 Neighbors Edge of Tomorrow Transcendence Captain America - The Winter Soldier X-Men: Days of Future Past 22 Jump Street Godzilla The Lego Movie Bad Words Intersteller Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Guardians of the Galaxy The Maze Runner The Grand Budapest Hotel Muppets Most Wanted Transformers - Age of Extinction The following is fan made. I do not own the music or footage being used and DO NOT intend to profit in any way from the montage above. I am just a movie buff promoting cinema and my love for everything film.


18. THE FILMMAKERS

  • Published: 2016-04-22T17:10:06+00:00
  • Duration: 374
  • By Vugar Efendi
THE FILMMAKERS

A celebration to the filmmakers of the past whom although are no longer with us, without a doubt have left an unforgettable mark in the history of cinema. The films included: Cecil B. Demille- The Greatest Show on Earth, The Ten Commandments Michael Curtiz- Casablanca, Adventures of Robin Hood Victor Fleming- Gone With The Wind, Wizard of Oz Carl Theodor Dreyer- The Passion of Joan of Arc, Vampyr Charlie Chaplin- The great dictator, Modern Times Fritz Lang- Metropolis John Ford- Stagecoach, The Searchers Jean Renoir- The rules of the game, The grand illusion Buster Keaton- Sherlock Jr., General Howard Hawks- The Big Sleep, Rio Bravo Frank Capra- It Happened one night, It's a wonderful life Sergei Eisenstein- Alexander Nevsky, Battleship Potemkin Alfred Hitchcock- Psycho, North By Northwest Luis Bunuel- Belle de jour un chien andalou Vittorio De Sica- Bicycle Thieves, Shoeshine Robert Bresson- A man escaped, pickpocket William Wyler- Ben Hur, The best years of our lives Yasujiro Ozu - Late Spring, Tokyo Story Michael Powell- The red Shoes, Peeping Tom John Huston- The Maltese Falcon, The treasure of seirra madre Billy Wilder- Sunset Boulevard, The Apartment David Lean- Lawrence of Arabia, The Bridge over River Kwai Elia Kazan- East of Eden, On the Waterfront Akira Kurosawa- Yojimbo, Seven Samurai Orson Welles- Touch of Evil, Citizen Kane Ingmar Bergman- Persona, The Seventh Seal Federico Fellini- 8 1/2, La Dolce Vita Satyajit Ray- Pather Panchali, Apur Sansar Sidney Lumet- 12 Angry Men, Serpico Robert Altman- Nashville, The player John Schlesinger- Midnight Cowboy, Marathon Man Stanley Kubrick- 2001: A space odyssey, the shining John Casavettes- A woman under influence, Gloria Sergio Leone- Once Upon a time in America, The good, the bad and the ugly Mike Nichols- The graduate, who's afraid of virginia woolf Francois Truffaut- Day for Night, 400 Blows Andrei Tarkovsky- Solaris, Ivan's Childhood Krzystof Kieslowski- Three Colours: Blue, The double life of veronique Music: Ludvico Einaudi- Experience Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vugarefendi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vugarefendi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vugarefendi/ Website: http://www.vugarefendi.com For educational purposes only.


19. He Took His Skin Off For Me

  • Published: 2015-01-11T22:56:17+00:00
  • Duration: 681
  • By Ben Aston
He Took His Skin Off For Me

The story of a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend, and why it probably wasn't the best idea... BEHIND THE SCENES - https://vimeo.com/116467047 Please turn off the lights. Use headphones. Go full screen. It's worth it. 'He Took His Skin Off For Me' is a practical SFX fairytale. No CGI whatsoever. Based on the short story by Maria Hummer it is my grad film from the London Film School. It took myself and producer Fiona Lamptey 2 years, 217 Kickstarter backers and a whole lot of fake blood to pull off. SFX legend Colin Arthur (NeverEnding Story, 2001: A Space Odyssey) helped us achieve the impossible, allowing SFX Supervisor Jen Cardno and her team set a new standard for anatomical practical effects. Actor Sebastian Armesto (Anonymous, Pirates of the Caribbean) spent as long as 8hrs in makeup each day to bring this story to life. Alongside Anna Maguire (Saving Private Ryan, Parade's End) they both give us something wonderful, horrible and completely unique. I don’t want to tell people what the film should be. Even finding a genre to describe it is difficult. I want people to come to this film just like I came to the original story, completely unprepared. If I can leave with one pearl of wisdom, though; if you take off your skin just to be with somebody? That’s only ever going to end messy… Extra Materials Behind the Scenes documentary (23mins) - https://vimeo.com/116467047 Maria Hummer reads her original story - vimeo.com/67548806 Early makeup tests - vimeo.com/67283889 Teaser Trailer (aka deleted scene) - vimeo.com/77898342 Condensed score by Mark Sayfritz - https://soundcloud.com/mark-dog-sayfritz/he-took-his-skin-off-for-me FOR MORE, Check out- http://hetookhisskinoffforme.com facebook.com/HeTookHisSkinOffForMe https://twitter.com/SkinShortFilm https://benastondirector.com https://twitter.com/BenAstonDir ALSO, check out our other recent Sundance film and Vimeo Staff Pick 'Russian Roulette' https://vimeo.com/90733535 as well as our previous film 'Dinner and a Movie' https://vimeo.com/46071455. You can check out the wonderful writeup about the film by Rob Munday at SotW here - http://www.shortoftheweek.com/2015/01/12/he-took-his-skin-off-for-me/ AWARDS WINNER: Best Student Film 2015: Short of the Week WINNER: Best Production: Underwire 2015 WINNER: Audience Award: Toronto After Dark 2014 WINNER: Screentest London 2015 awards NAMED: 21 best shorts of the 21st century - XFDR OFFICIAL SELECTION BFI London Film Festival 2014 Palm Springs International Shortfest 2014 Fantastic Fest 2014 London Short Film Festival 2015 Rhode Island International Film Festival 2014 St. Louis International Film Festival 2014 Cinequest International Film Festival 2015 Flickerfest International Short Film Festival 2015 Hollyshorts International Shortfest 2014 Underwire Women's Film Festival 2014 Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2014 Leeds International Film Festival 2014 Brussels International Short Film Festival 2015 PLUS Paris International Fantastic Film Festival 2014 /Thriller! Chiller! Film Festival 2014 / Nitehawk Short Film Festival 2014 /Filmquest 2015 / FEST New Directors | New Films Festival / ComicCon 2015 / Crested Bute 2015 / Stanley Film Festival 2015 / Leiden International Film Festival 2015 / Meme Pas Peur Iternational short film festival 2015 / Horror dog Hotdog Short Film Festival / Golden Anteaters 2015 / British Shorts Film Festival 2015 / Imagine international film festival 2014 / Maryland 2014 / Down The Rabbit Hole Netherlands / Noci Cortin Film Festival 2014 / Knoxville Horror Film Festival 2014


20. Stanley Kubrick - The Works

  • Published: 2011-10-23T17:32:54+00:00
  • Duration: 240
  • By Joel Walden
Stanley Kubrick - The Works

A visionary, a master of his craft, an artist. Stanley Kubrick is my all time favorite director. For years I've rewatched his films MANY times and no films from any other director have affected me the same way Kubrick's have. Each and every film of his is an experience. Whether it be the spine tingling chills of 'The Shining' or the tear inducing laughs of 'Dr. Strangelove,' Kubrick's films always stick with the viewer. With this edition of 'The Works' I really wanted to channel what I feel makes Kubrick's films so special. So here you are, an extra long tribute that chronicles a lifetime of works from one of the greatest filmmakers who ever lived. Stanley, no one will ever make films as timeless as your own. (I apologize for the absence of 'Fear and Desire' I was unable to obtain a copy of it. But even Kubrick himself stated that he never looked on that film fondly. He saw it as merely a learning exercise). As for a for my next director tribute, I will not be giving out a hint this time. However, you can expect a sneak peek very soon! Everyone loves surprises right? Clips from 'Killers Kiss', 'The Killing' and 'Lolita remain courtesy of MGM, © TM & Copyright 1955, 1956, 1962 Clips from 'Paths of Glory' remain courtesy of United Artists, © TM & Copyright 1957 Clips from 'Spartacus' remain courtesy of Universal Pictures, © TM & Copyright 1960 Clips from 'Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb' remain courtesy of Columbia Pictures, © TM & Copyright 1964 Clips from '2001: A Space Odyssey', 'A Clockwork Orange', 'Barry Lyndon', 'The Shining', 'Full Metal Jacket' and 'Eyes Wide Shut' remain courtesy of Warner Bros., © TM & Copyright 1968, 1971, 1975, 1980, 1987, 1999 Music 'Pruit Igoe & Prophecies' by The Philip Glass Ensemble remains courtesy of Virgin Records, © TM & Copyright 'Lucky' by Radiohead remains courtesy of Capitol Records, © TM & Copyright 1997 'With Or Without You' by Scala & Kolacny Brothers remains courtesy of Fratelli BVBA, © 2010. Category: