infovore + titles   4

Opening Shots: The Conversation - scanners
"The camera itself will trap Harry, leaving him all the more vulnerable because he is alone." But of course. A wonderful opening to a wonderful, wonderful film; still, perhaps, my favourite film, and one so rooted in editing and film-making. The camera, constantly trapping Caul, boxing him in, is worth paying attention to, and this short description of the opening captures its predatory nature.
theconversation  coppola  film  movies  analysis  titles 
august 2009 by infovore
WALL·E end title sequence + Jim Capobianco & Alex Woo interview | The Art of the Title Sequence
Art of the Title interview the chaps behind Wall-E's end credits, which knocked me out the first time I saw them, and still give me the loveliest buzz to this day.
pixar  animation  walle  motiongraphics  titles  credits  design  film 
june 2009 by infovore
Goldfinger Titles - The World Of Kane.
"Brownjohn had never worked with live action before, nor had his animation assistant Trevor Bond. Using techniques taught by László Moholy-Nagy, Brownjohn's team beamed light over three separate models; a belly dancer, a snake dancer and a model for close-ups." Short blogpost - with archive behind-the-scenes images - on creating the title sequence for Goldfinger.
film  bond  design  media  titles  jamesbond  goldfinger  projection 
october 2008 by infovore
Digit news - Casino Royale title sequence stirs
Short article on some of the details of the - frankly stunning - title sequence to Casino Royale. Surprisingly, done by the same designer as the last four movies.
motion  graphics  film  movie  casinoroyale  titles 
november 2006 by infovore

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: