beschizza — 2013-07-13T08:43:47-04:00 — #1
By Tao Tajima: "I shot the video near my home and tracked it with 3DCG software. I then added motion graphics and particle reflections by CGs and GI." [Video Link] READ THE REST
snagglepuss — 2013-07-13T09:11:19-04:00 — #2
I am truly curious about this aspect of this video: What is it about gently trippy imagery that makes this type of music so much tolerable when they are paired together ? I would rather pour airplane glue into my ear canals than listen to an album of this stuff, but combine it with some mild psychedelic visuals and it's almost pleasant.
miasm — 2013-07-13T12:52:48-04:00 — #3
You've highlighted what I think is the most beguiling and frustrating aspect of Film Theory, as I understand it.
IMHO, the real beauty of film is the synergy between the visual and audio components.
Check out the first couple of minutes of 'The Manchurian Candidate' remake for a fairly clear example of how subtle differences in the relationship can evoke a different experience.
I think it's the opening scene, set in the APC, as the credits are flashed up.
beschizza — 2013-07-18T08:43:52-04:00 — #4
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