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Oct 5 Built for Brooklyn
Crooked Letter Films conceived and shot this :90 spot for the Brooklyn Bicycle Co., makers of city and dutch bikes in New York, with AJA's Cion production camera. Cinematographer Benjamin Garst, who had never used the camera before, says he found the menus and settings easy to navigate in…
Fans of director Jonathan Glazer's arthouse-friendly style will be intrigued and others perplexed by this new set of mysterious, atmospheric, and dryly humorous idents for U.K. public broadcaster Channel 4 that only hint, obliquely, at the channel's longstanding branding.
Oct 1 Psycho vs The Birds
It's not plagiarism if you copy from yourself: this quick comparison video created by Pablo Fernández Eyre shows how director Alfred Hitchcock borrowed from the most infamous sequence in Psycho (1960) to craft the most infamous sequence in The Birds (1963). (Fun fact: the storyboards for …