Martin Scorsese on the editing of Psycho: 'The Cut Becomes a Weapon'
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Spielberg in 30 Shots from Jacob T. Swinney on Vimeo . from Jacob T. Swinney Before I knew what a director was, I knew who Steven Spielberg was. I believe that this is partially due to the fact that Spielberg has crafted some of the most iconic shots in all of cinema. Many filmmakers have that one signature shot that will forever solidify them in film history-- Spielberg has dozens. This video showcases the work of Steven Spielberg in 30 memorable shots, one from each of his full-length films. From something as magical as a silhouetted bicycle streaking across the moon, to something as simple as tiny ripples in a cup of water, this is Steven Spielberg. Films used (in order of appearance): Duel (1971) DoP: Jack A. Marta The Sugarland Express (1974) DoP: Vilmos Zsigmond Jaws (1975) DoP: Bill Butler Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) DoP: Vilmos Zsigmond 1941 (1979) DoP: William A. Fraker Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) DoP: Douglas Slocombe E.T. the Extra-Ter
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Posted by Mario J. Novoa on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 Morricone had previously been nominated five times for the Academy Award; for his scores to Days of Heaven (1978), The Mission (1986), The Untouchables (1987), Bugsy (1991), and Malèna (2000). However, the 87-year-old composer had received an honorary Oscar for his lifetime contribution in 2007.