A Brief History of Title Design


(Vimeo Direkttitle, via KFMW)

Schöner Clip von Ian Albinson von Art of the Title für seinen Vortrag „Excellence in Title Design“ beim SXSW-Festival. Das Video ging letzte Woche schon rum, da hatte ich aber keine Zeit, ist hiermit nachgereicht. Eine Liste aller verwendeten Filme nach dem Klick, der Track ist RJD2s „Ghostwriter“

Full film and television listing:

Phantom of the Opera
King Kong
Modern Times
My Man Godfrey
Make Way For Tomorrow
Citizen Kane
The Maltese Falcon
Gun Crazy
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Lady in the Lake
Fallen Angel
The Thing
Singing in the Rain
The Man with the Golden Arm
Anatomy of a Murder
North by Northwest
Grand Prix
To Kill A Mockingbird
Dr. No
The Pink Panther
Dr. Strangelove
Soylent Green
Mean Streets
Star Wars
Saturday Night Fever
Raging Bull
The Terminator
The Untouchables
Do The Right Thing
Forrest Gump
The Naked Gun
Cape Fear
Reservoir Dogs
Natural Born Killers
The Island of Dr. Moreau
Donnie Brasco
Mission Impossible
Dawn of the Dead
Fight Club
Catch Me If You Can
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
The Fall
Casino Royale
Six Feet Under
Mad Men
Iron Man
The Kingdom
Sherlock Holmes
Up In The Air
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
Robin Hood
The Social Network
Enter The Void

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  1. rob

    jemand ne ahnung wie der song heißt?

  2. rob

    vimeo weiß es…

  3. lukipuki

    wow ist das ein schönes Video!!!!
    Citizen Kane ist ja mal der Hammer!
    Wow – wie schön doch richtiger Analogfilm aussieht …

  4. mi!lhouse

    Ich brauche den Song, oder den title, oder … schnell

  5. Martin

    Das ist “A Brief History of _American_ Title Design”. Sonst müßte JLG vorkommen.

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    i never wanted this to end


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