X

Looks like you are a new visitor to this site. Hello!

Welcome to Hope For Film! Come participate in the discussion, and I encourage you to enter your email address in the sidebar and subscribe. It's free! And easy! If you have any suggestions on how to improve this website or suggestions for topics please don't hesitate to write in to any of the blogs.

You can also follow me on Twitter or Facebook.

(If you keep getting this message, you probably have cookies turned off.)

September 17 at 8:15am

How To Avoid A Movie Cliche 101: The Last Shot

Context, and the lack there of, exposes a great deal.  In a world of abundance, the common mind is revealed.  We all receive the same inputs, it is surprising we don’t have more of the same outputs.

Take a look at this montage of final shots and decide if our common usage has removed or added new meaning to our common crutches.  Granted, out of context is something entirely different from the closure such shots may bring at the end of an emotional ride.  Still there is something to be learned from how we do things — not that I know what that is yet, but…


  • Digg
  • Google Bookmarks
  • email
  • Print

This site could not have been built without the help and insight of Michael Morgenstern. My thanks go out to him.

Help save indie film and give this guy a job in web design or film!