Film Tone — Filmmaking Techniques for Directors: Ep1


Have you ever wondered how great visual storytellers can create such recognizable tone and voices? http://bit.ly/2rYAAYx

You automatically know a Wes Anderson movie when you see one.

The Coen Brothers are immediately recognizable. And Quentin Tarantino may as well be named Quentin Taran-tone-o.

In this video essay, we break down the filmmaking techniques used to create great tone through visual storytelling.

You won’t want to miss this deep dive into the art of mastering a visual tone.

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Do you want to learn the secrets of Quentin Tarantino Filmmaking? Everyone knows that Quentin Tarantino Movies generate a lot of buzz, like his new film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. His unique filmmaking and directing style is able to attract the biggest movie stars like Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and Leonardo Dicaprio.

His career may have began with Reservoir Dogs, but it truly took off after the success of his second feature film, Pulp Fiction. Once the world was able to see films like Jackie Brown and then Kill Bill — It was all uphill from there. Quentin Tarantino went on to make Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained, and The Hateful Eight. His least successful film, Death Proof, is still miles better than many other director’s best films.

In this episode of The Director’s Chair, we take Quentin Tarantino interview and quotes to build a video that explains his unique style… straight from the horse’s mouth. You’ll see how QT crafted some of the greatest moments in cinema, and learn some film theory in our video essay portion, then see some filmmaking process.

Are you excited for the new Quentin Tarantino movie? Do you want to learn from arguably the most popular film director working today? Then make sure to check out this video: The Director’s Chair on Quentin Tarantino’s Filmmaking style.

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