One of the best YouTube channels out there, Every Frame A Painting, is back with a brand new video. It’s been a few months since the last video uploaded by the channel, and only a handful have arrived in the past year. But the waits are worth it. Another reason it’s so good: there’s no dumping daily videos to milk views. When inspired to make a new video, a new video is made.
The latest video, titled “The Marvel Symphonic Universe,” focuses on movie music. More specifically, why Marvel movies, as massive as they are, really don’t have memorable music that people instantly recognize. You can watch the video along with a second bonus video below.
The video dives into the legendary career of Buster Keaton, one of the greatest to ever live. Seriously…if you’ve never watched his films before, you should acquire some immediately. A day spent watching them with friends or loved ones could become one of your favorite days of all time.
You can watch the video taking a look at Keaton’s work in the video below.
One of the very best YouTube channels around, Every Frame A Painting, is back with another stellar video. Usually the videos focus on framing and filmmaking style and timing, but for this special entry in the series, the focus is the late, great animated film director, writer, and animator Chuck Jones and his evolution as an artist. Jones is best remembered for his work directing many classic Looney Tunes shorts.
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The Silence of the Lambs is a classic, and went on to win five Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins), Best Actress (Jodie Foster), Best Director (Jonathan Demme), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ted Tally).
One of the most crucial scenes in the movie is when Hopkins’ Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Foster’s Clarice Starling meet for the very first time. It’s an all-time great scene. But who walked away from that scene with the upper hand?
A new video breaks down the scene, and reveals who in fact “won” that first meeting, so to speak. You can check it out below.