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    [c][​IMG]The Man in the Moon
    Dir. Robert Mulligan D.P. Freddie Francis
    Discussion led by: John Rice
    Regardless of your opinion of The Man in the Moon as a film, it is undeniable that it's photography is nothing short of stunning. The composition is always interesting, dynamic and creative, the lighting has an almost fantasy look, and the colors have a rich and lush quality that I usually only expect from the classic Technicolor films of the past.
    [​IMG]Klute
    Dir. Alan J. Pakula D.P. Gordon Willis
    Discussion led by: PatrickL
    A highly unique detective thriller that manipulates film noir conventions to explore social issues, "Klute" is especially outstanding for Gordon Willis' distinctive cinematography. It is a fine example of Willis' genius, demonstrating how he can make bold and unusual photographic choices with light and with composition, and still remain rigorously attuned to creating the cinematography that best expresses the story.
    [​IMG]Oliver Twist (1948)
    Dir. David Lean D.P. Guy Green
    Discussion led by: Agee Bassett
    Oliver Twist is a milestone in black-and-white movie photography as an expressive medium. A superbly stylish exercise in the use of monochrome, light, shadow, form, texture, shape, composition and motion as character analysis and dramatic storytelling, Guy GreenÕs phantasmagoric visions bring to vivid and controversial life the dark, violent overtones eschewed by other, more timid film adaptations of DickensÕ work. Selected by film and David Lean scholar Alain Silver as a textbook illustration of Andre BazinÕs Three Forms of Cinematic Reality.
    [​IMG]Out of Sight
    Dir. Steven Soderbergh D.P. Elliot Davis
    Discussion led by: Seth Paxton
    [​IMG]Vertigo
    Dir. Alfred Hitchcock D.P. Robert Burks
    Discussion led by: George Kaplan
    Vertigo is a film with that classic stylized Hitchcock/Robert Burks look that mark his classic fifties color films. It is also innovative, including the 'vertigo' effect itself, later used in other films (such as Jaws). And thanks to the Harris/Katz restoration, we can see this beautiful film the way it originally looked.
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    Nifty!
     
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    151 views and counting in this thread. Why do I think I'm not the only one here?
     
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    Nice pics! [​IMG]
     
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    They're just a hint of things to come, Steeve.
    Keep your eyes open in the "Movies" section starting this weekend. [​IMG]
     
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    testing spoilers this is a spoiler
     
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    Patrick,

    I sent you an e-mail with all the code, including the hyperlink like the images above.
     
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