Kubrick’s One-Point Perspective

The editing on this video is fantastic – it’s such an effective and direct way to comment on Stanley Kubrick’s directorial style, and showcases so many gorgeous cinematographic moments in just under two minutes.

Vimeo user Kogonada, who made this video, has used the same technique to analyse the work of Wes Anderson and Quention Tarantino, too. All these videos make for interesting viewing, even if you don’t consider yourself to be much of a film buff.

One response to “Kubrick’s One-Point Perspective

  1. All it is is that Kubrick’s created master shots that frame everything in one shot – he may have got inspiration from Da Vinci on that…its not that amazing, but it simply frames everything into an established, well focused scene – once he mastered it, he reused it in subsequent films.

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