Blade Runner 2049 Review – Cells Within Sells
Published December 29, 2017.
My journey of fighting economic inequality has lead me down the path of doing more a/v production. With an increased awareness of visual literacy and production methods I’m beginning to incorporate my background in economic histories with visual literacy.
I want to share some of the things I’ve been learning regarding film theory and how to deconstruct the process of production and the ideologies transmitted through film.
To this effect, I’m experimenting with doing a vlog series on Film Theory, if people are interested, I will produce more.
List of Ethnic Groups in the United States by Median Household Income – Wikipedia
Taylor Sheridan – Wikipedia
Dennis Villeneuve – Wikipedia
Telefilm Canada – Wikipedia
Incendies – Wikipedia
Prisoners – Anatomy of a Scene – NYTimes
Scanners – Wikipedia
Videodrome – Wikipedia
David Cronenberg – Wikipedia
Hiam Abbas – Wikipedia
Daniel Day-Lewis – Wikipedia
Jared Leto – Wikipedia
Richard Wright (author) – Wikipedia
Paul Dano – Wikipedia
I’d like to thank, particularly Channel Criswell, for exposing me to film theory and giving me some tools to begin deconstructing films on my own. Here’s some leads regarding film theory, visual literacy, audio design, production, and narrative direction.
Every Frame a Painting
Now You See It
Tony & Chelsea Northrup
Armond White – The National Review
Robert Mckee – Big Think Interview
Bryan Peterson – Understanding Composition Field Guide
Bryan Peterson – Understanding Exposure
No Film School
B & H Photo
*apologies on my french pronunciation, ahn-sahn-dee nutz yohh
*also apologies to Jared Leto, I don’t really have much cause for the dislike of his work as it may have come across.
This video is intended to provide commentary across bodies of work.
I do not own some of the source video content. The commentary is my own.
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