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Category Archives: Cinema Is Art

Cinema Is Art: The Night of the Hunter (1955)

In Cinema Is Art, I pay tribute to some of the most beautifully shot films in history by selecting their very best looking frames. Though sixty one years old now, The Night of the Hunter shows no signs of aging. One of the creepiest films ever made, Charles Laughton’s disturbing horror film follows two young orphans …

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Cinema Is Art: Paris, Texas (1984)

In Cinema Is Art, I pay tribute to some of the most beautifully shot films in history by selecting their very best looking frames. For my money, Wim Wender’s haunting road trip Paris, Texas is the greatest looking film of all time. Almost every frame could be hung in a gallery or printed on a poster. The …

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Cinema Is Art: Submarine (2010)

Sometimes, you need hundreds upon hundreds of words to describe the beauty and quality of a film. Sometimes, you need none at all. In this new feature, Cinema Is Art, I’m going to be finding some of the best looking films ever produced, and picking just ten frames to represent their stunning visual style. For …

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