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(APPLAUSE) Hitch was and always will be a #MasterofCinema Thank you for sharing, this was an interesting read.
Excellent. It should be our duty as filmmakers to preserve the history of Cinema from which we remember seeing as kids. The art and craft and techniques from over a century must be passed on to the next generation to not only honor in museums but use in our modern day pictures and series. Bob Burns does still with his Museum of Cinema props and more. Keep Cinema Alive no matter if it's techniques from the 1930s to the 1980s or present day. It is our heritage. Great job here folks.
Carte Blanche? Really? Free License to do whatever you fancied? Incredible. Rare. I enjoyed the ad immensely. Fashion + Film. B&W. Superb. Although, to set the tone I felt the pace could have been a bit more frenetic, cut in a unpredictable fashion or sporadic sense then slowed when needed to suit the story, throw someone over leave 'em hanging on a ledge, have a female protagonist hiding from someone around a building corner, and throw in a male protagonist or antagonist perhaps? You know, have fun with it, a kind of thing Hitch would have done. Kept the audience or consumers in this case on their toes rife with anticipation. Oh, and the coup de grâce, a Cameo of the Director to finish. That's how I would have proposed it. In the tradition of Hitch himself. Hitch was and still is a Master of Cinema and not just Suspense. One of my influential favorites for sure. #AlfredHitchcock #MasterofCinema
Oh, excuse me. I forgot to say, Thank you. I enjoyed this article too.
"Commercials are works of art." - Ridley Scott
Love that, leave it to Ridley to say something like that. And although some may view them merely as tools or vehicles for selling. Commercials and the smaller creative armies than in film and television, behind-the-scenes making them are very talented. You know? Ridley worked on some 2,000 commercials before making his first motion picture THE DUELISTS (1977), and then the picture that made him an overnight sensation in film and household name the world over, ALIEN (1979). Incredible. (Chuckling) Those days are gone. Love to bring 'em back. With me written in the film history books somewhere.