Exploring Robin Williams’ Acting Through Movement (Video)
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Plenty of tributes to Robin Williams have been made in the weeks since his death, celebrating the man and all of the great things he did in his time here.

Joining the celebration of his work, a fantastic new tribute video has been released by the YouTube channel Every Frame A Painting. But instead of generally looking at the countless memorable Williams moments, this video focuses specifically on how well he acted through his movements.

The video is well worth a watch for fans of Williams and cinema alike, and can be seen below.

The Every Frame A Painting channel is one to subscribe to immediately if you haven’t already, offering amazingly insightful looks into the art of filmmaking through the eyes of an editor. Some other must-watch videos from the channel include a study of the enigma that is Michael Bay or “Bayhem,” the Steven Spielberg one-shot, how Edgar Wright does visual comedy, and the art of silence in Martin Scorsese’s films.


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