This clever short film by Thibault de Fournas illustrates how typography made the leap from paper to the big screen. From inter-titles to opening and ending credits, the role of visual words in cinema has evolved from merely presenting information to taking on a style of its own, proving how words and letters can be as much of a spectacle as images.

"You still have a lot of time to make yourself be what you want."

- S.E. Hinton, The Outsiders
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Adam Lupton

What’s in store for me in the direction i don’t take?

“… the moments when everything is open, when all options are present, and all is undecided – mere destinies unfolding. Our choices shift into one plane of existence, the extension of every path still available, until we pick the red tie instead of the blue; harbor anger instead of compassion; attempt to fix it or break it; and all our possibilities collapse into the singular of what is, rippling outward from the moment of decision to affect our lives in ways unknown… The noise at the back of our mind wondering anxiously, What’s in store for me in the direction I don’t take?”


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REALITY by Taraneh Azar (Do not repost to any websites or remove caption).

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Similar Shots: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) dir. Wes Anderson

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