Filmmaking / Directing : First and Final Frames of Famous Films can Teach Us a Lot About Good Filmmaking by Beth Fox Heisinger

First and Final Frames of Famous Films can Teach Us a Lot About Good Filmmaking

The First and Final Frames of Famous Films Can Teach Us a Lot about Good Filmmaking
The First and Final Frames of Famous Films Can Teach Us a Lot about Good Filmmaking
A single frame is rarely more important than all of the others in a film, but the first and last can leave one hell of an impression. In a brand new juxtapositional supercut from Jacob T. Swinney, the…
Clark Blomquist

Very interesting observations. A few classics, some old and some very recent. I was hoping to see Peggy Sue Got Married since first and last are both shot in a mirror. In thinking about it, my script Moment of innocence first and last is on Angel the main character.

Beth Fox Heisinger

I really enjoyed this. "Book ending" a beginning and an end are common concepts, but to see them presented in this way is truly impressing to any viewer and beautiful to see.

Clark Blomquist

As I reflect on it more, Moment of Innocence has the first scene with Angel talking about uncertainty of the future, and reflecting on the past. The last scene wraps up the conflicts of the story and fulfills the concerns she had from the beginning.

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