A Journey Through the Past 100 Years of Cinema

Screen-Shot-2016-07-31-at-3.51.57-PM.png  OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 Tribeca Film FestivalA journey through the past 100 years of cinema--the most memorable shot from each year (in my opinion). While many of these shots are the most recognizable in film history, others are equally iconic in their own right. For example, some shots pioneered a style or defined a genre, while others tested the boundaries of censorship and filmgoer expectations. If anything, I want this video to be a reminder as to why we all love cinema so much.

Federico Fellini


This is one the great film scenes ever. I just love the whole movie but I especially love how Fellini's uses the wides and over the shoulder shots. What I love the most about this film is the name of the film 8 1/2. It was called that because he was having so much trouble finishing the script that he ended up shooting the story about a man who could finish a story and  called it 8 1/2.A great statement about improvisation!Some of this other films.

  • La Dolce Vita 
  • La Strada 
  • The Nights of Cabiria 
  • Juliet of the Spirits