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Just a list of films mentioned in filmmaking books. This list is more for convenience than anything. Mentioned in ‘Directing: Film Techniques and Aesthetics’ by Michael Rubiger 01-16 Films with unprofessional actors 17 Use of folklore 18-24 “Notable digital productions of the past decade” + (Mike Figgis’ ‘Hotel’, Rick Linklater’s Waking Life) 25 “The film is significant because it shows just how much you can achieve with a main cast of three, a $10,000 budget, a miniDV camera, and well-defined dramatic ideas” 26 – “…kindly angels keep Berliners under empathic observation. This film serves our purpose well because cinema itself is like one… Read more

Just a list of films mentioned in filmmaking books. This list is more for convenience than anything.

Mentioned in ‘Directing: Film Techniques and Aesthetics’ by Michael Rubiger
01-16 Films with unprofessional actors
17 Use of folklore
18-24 “Notable digital productions of the past decade” + (Mike Figgis’ ‘Hotel’, Rick Linklater’s Waking Life)
25 “The film is significant because it shows just how much you can achieve with a main cast of three, a $10,000 budget, a miniDV camera, and well-defined dramatic ideas”
26 – “…kindly angels keep Berliners under empathic observation. This film serves our purpose well because cinema itself is like one of these angels, following and observing characters as they live their lives.”
27 – “…shot from a single camera height and contains just one movement, a gentle pan, throughout the movie. The film makes you realize that movement is often overused and that camera stasis can be utterly natural.”

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