5 Brilliant Moments of Camera Movement

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5 Brilliant Moments of Camera Movement

Without camera movement, films would be all static play and no fun. The way the camera moves says more to us than just a show-off of technical tricks. Directors, throughout the years, have implemented their own unique camera styles to best tell their stories on-screen. These are just some of the top moves in film history, so far. 8 Brilliants Moments of Camera Movement List: 1) The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford 2) 20th Century Women 3) Marnie 4) The Passenger 5) The Candidate (short film by David Karlak) Subscribe to CineFix for and movie-related content. Follow us Twitter: Oh, and we're on the Facebook: More Recent CineFix Videos: The Edge of Tomorrow recut as Groundhog Day - Trailer Mix CineFix Staff Picks - January '17 2017 Oscar Predictions - CineFix Roundtable Top 10 Movies from Sundance 2017 Rogue One - 8-Bit Cinema

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Steve Pierson 1 day ago
camera speaks with its own voice ? That's just precious film theory, now isn't it?
Steve Pierson 1 day ago
Nobody reads film in the way one reads alphabetic characters.
Joseph Docherty 5 days ago
Video starts at 2:02
Conflict Magazine 6 days ago
Favorite camera shot: Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Martha Shot with only with a dolley and no Steadicam (or vfx) the meeting shot seen here: is the most amazing shot I have ever seen and I have seen a lot.
Parzival 6 days ago
What type of camera movement is it when the camera follows the characters face, as if it is attached to it? It ends up looking as though everything is moving, but the characters face is perfectly still.
bolex73 11 days ago
Irreversible had some bizarre camera work.
MCZARO CONCEPT GHANA 14 days ago
Spike is the best
Leonard Dixon 14 days ago
The way the camera follows us in slo-mo; the way we look to us all. The way we look to a distant constellation that's dying in a corner of the sky.
Rasputin 22 days ago
Clever video. Well-explained. Better than film school.
Inspiring Rishab 23 days ago
Excellent video thanks you so much🔥🔥
Korede Alaran 25 days ago
This Channel is a substitute for film school loool
DavyDevilution 28 days ago
*THE HITCHER (1986)* The 'Camera Movement' when Rutger Hauer's character picks himself up off the road, and stands up, after being pushed out of the moving car.
heylou 1 month ago
I hate the wandering camera! It just feels dragged out too much. Awesome vid!
Nick van B 1 month ago
Wow that was wild wow
Sumitro Bhattacharya 1 month ago
The long hospital scene in Werckmeister Harmonies could be featured.
Mario C. 1 month ago
You dont mention about how music influences emotionally on the spectator, which i would consider as important as the camera moves.
Rainstad Pictures 1 month ago
I love dynamic shots. In my first short, The Tram, I actually shot a lot wide and then used post to turn all my static shots into subtle dynamic shots
Online World 1 month ago
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Svenska Soldaten 1 month ago
this guy talks too fast
Dan Threepwood 1 month ago
The speaking pace gets kinda hysterical after a couple of minutes, you might wanna pop a vicodin/zanex or something similar. nevertheless, awesome vid!
Peter Szekszardi 1 month ago
Tarkovsky's Stalker dream sequence
Khadijah Frye 1 month ago
one of my top fav camera movements is from that scene in The Cell where they show the villain's memory of being baptized. just thinking about it gives me goosebumps lol
Subhomay Bhaskar 1 month ago
Beautiful background music. great drum intro 💝💝💝
shyamal prasad 1 month ago
Nice keep it up -
Magnum 2 months ago
I loved this video. Can I have some more, please?
Tilman Commes 2 months ago
I loved the slow push-in during Auggie Wrens Christmas Story from Smoke!
Bhugul Kaman 2 months ago
Thanks for the information.
Andrey ShleyGarSun 2 months ago
Camera movement of BTS - DNA is awesome
Jim Steinbrecher 2 months ago
the pan in the good, the bad & the ugly where you go from a couple of lonely guys walking across an empty landscape to being in the middle of the civil war beats any of these.
Vinay Sindhu 2 months ago
Very good narration
Paul Sophocleous 2 months ago
Near the end of Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan, Khan has activated the Genesis device which will soon detonate. The Enterprise is limping away to escape the blast, but with her engines damaged, there's no way they can make it. There's a sequence of about 30 seconds in which every shot is a slow push in, and it ramps up the tension until it's almost unbearable.
Michael Jandavs 2 months ago
BTW The Candidate was awesome.
Mot Priw 2 months ago
Blabla… Starting 2:00
Zach Ahmad 2 months ago
Actual video starts at 2:00
Damion Nguyen 2 months ago
Oh Yeah!!! What about that one swinging scene in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? I just thought of that when watching this! I thought that had great camera movements.
cooper green 2 months ago
No one moves a camra like steven Spielberg
lovelyarmy 28 2 months ago
1:58 if you like to the point
Nelsonrtreat 3 months ago
Dear God, was it necessary to edit out every microsecond between words on the voice over? You don’t have to try and enter the Guinness Book of Records for the most words per minute in a voice over.
Lee Hope 3 months ago
Powerful, powerful motion
tiagovalen 3 months ago
Children of Men
jason willmott 3 months ago
dude stop talking so much
Renato Rodolfo-Sioson 3 months ago
I still love the extreme zoom Hitchcock used in Notorious, beginning high above a party scene in progress and gradually zooming in to, not just Ingrid Bergman speaking to Claude Rains, but even closer in to Ingrid Bergman's hand, nervously fidgeting with the crucial key to the mysterious wine cellar. Rather than first seeing Bergman's anxious expression, barely concealed—Hitchcock cuts to this only afterwards—we're forced to focus on the one object that could betray Bergman's character to her on-screen husband, making us identify more closely with the danger that that key represents. The effect only ratchets up the extreme tension already present in the scene: just one example of the camera brilliantly deployed by the great Master of Suspense.
kmg1100 3 months ago
Or what about the Ecstacy of Gold in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? The spinning camera reflects the main characters lust for the gold. It makes you dizzy and makes you understand the unstable nature of their psyche, like 4 year olds getting a free pass through the candy store.
Ben Hider 3 months ago
You guys should have added the Kingsman church fight scene
Sebastien C 3 months ago
The camera is a character
Saturnmoonatlantis 3 months ago
Wow this is amazing commentary on this video! The intro really enlightened the movie lover in me! Thanks!
J.R. Caldoon 4 months ago
Thank you for introducing me to The Candidate. Great stuff.
Bangla Vlogger 4 months ago
Yashaswi Katailiha 4 months ago
The motel scene in drive.
Владимир Кисаров 4 months ago
-bla-bla-bla
Jordan Denny 4 months ago
It doesn't quite fit what your talking about, but the way they used the camera in inception to show the paradox, that was crazy
mike pearson 4 months ago
And i would say wes andersons non camera movement,,,,,,even if i only like one of his films. Hipster doofus
mike pearson 4 months ago
The camera movement at the end of slacker sums the whole movie up,,,,,,,you never talk about that movie and it should be 101 in modern filmaking
Ricardo Duarte 4 months ago
Which movie is thag one in the minute 0:21 with the girl and the guy in black lating down on some paper sheets? Thx
Really Really Really Really Really Really Bad Juju 3 months ago
requiem for a dream
Brennan Smith 4 months ago
Is the use of selective focus a camera movement?
Oussama Berrada 4 months ago
Nerdwriter also pointed out an interesting technique David Fincher applies to his camera work, it moves along with the characters following their minuscule variations of positions. It's such an interesting video about an interesting concept ya'll should check out. Anyways great vid. as always, thumbs up!
BetterSMelim 5 months ago
Not saying it should have made this list, but one of the more elaborate camera movements I can think of is the opening shot in Back to the Future. The opening shot, without showing us any faces, tells us just about everything we need to know about the character of Doc Brown.
Elise Logan 5 months ago
That short - The Candidate - is really, really good. I never would have watched it without this mention, so thanks.
Sujean Shin 5 months ago
I'm not sure if this fits in this category but the church scene from Kingsman is one of my favorite scenes ever
Sarah Lukowski 5 months ago
cinefix is my holy bible
Tmo 5 months ago
As long as you don't celebrate shaky cam in action scenes. I hate that shit, hides bad choreography and makes the scene hard to watch.
Mario Garciduenas 5 months ago
The Jesse James one is technically right. but the real move there and the huuuuge element you're missing hat really makes the shot is that It's a check list. the tree, plays into that checklist. The push narrows the focus, the tree foreshadows the action. the tree acts as a pointer into the character its pushing into, the other two characters are excluded. The push into Casey is merely an easy ease into the action.
THTSound 5 months ago
i tell you what i think, Marnie camera movement is to enormous to stand next to other shit you present, and where the fuck is taxi driver,
Hakan'ın Köşesi 5 months ago
Number 5 was already done previously by Tarantino in Inglourious Basterds brilliantly during the famous interrogation scene.
Anonymous Yes 5 months ago
U can tell the guy in the white shirt is GUILTY af!
Babalooza 5 months ago
Marnie is unrealistic even women who dont like men would not pass up an opportunity to let Sean Connery have his way with them.
Kai L 5 months ago
2artsy4me
Joshua Caruana 5 months ago
HEYY ITS THE DOC FROM STAR TREK VOYAGER
Gail Baldwin 5 months ago
This reminds me of the moment in season 2 of Stranger Things when we figured out that Hopper was in the Upside-down because the camera turned upside down. That was a genius moment.
timbolicous 5 months ago
These copyright restrictions are idiotic. Surely what you are doing is the very ESSENCE of education. The scenes also promote the relevant films. It's even BETTER for the film if it's current.
Hidden America 6 months ago
The camera pan in the movie the Passenger, wasn't just a random movement for no particular reason. As a matter of fact, it had a very significant purpose. It was to visually remind the audience that he is surrounded by nothing but sand and nothingness. There is nobody, or nothing to help him. It (in my humble opinion) was designed to remind the audience that he is going to have to save himself, because there is no other choice. Thanks for the video, good stuff.
Larry Wright 6 months ago
Doesnt the last scene break the 180 degree rule?
Jona Schmidt 6 months ago
Go and watch The Candidate. The short is particularly great and free to watch here on YouTube. Thanks for the suggestion CineFix
StereoChimps 6 months ago
Best channel always teaching new things one day ill make a nice movie with all these tips
Anklejbiter 6 months ago
I would've included the focus shift from background to foreground or vice versa.
James 7 months ago
3 instead of Marnie I'd go with Taxi Driver Phone scene 5 instead of The Candidate I'd go with Blow when Dulli suggests selling the drugs back home
John Laubacher 7 months ago
The tank scene from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was pretty damn cool too
Jake Aks 7 months ago
lmao I went to hebrew school with the kid in 20th century women
Doug styles 7 months ago
Jesse James is one of the absolute best films ever shot.
Simon Chevalier 7 months ago
Normally awareness lift police yeah captain generation evaluate.
mandelvsfood 7 months ago
So glad I found this channel today
Ben Travis 7 months ago
Two min of intro dude just get to the list good god
directedbydavid 7 months ago
out of all the thousands of movies this guy could of picked to use for an example, he chooses one we cant see??? nice script shot.
Adrian Perez 7 months ago
In general I like your channel but in some videos I hate you but today you've won a subscriber
TUKMAK 7 months ago
what's that mirror scene in the beginning?
Nicholas Crockett 7 months ago
One of my favorite camera movements is from the intro to Limitless. The zoom effect that pulls you through the city is dizzying and intense. It echoes the effects of the NZT 48 which allows the person not to just see any particular thing, but everything. It also allows the viewer to understand the feelings of the people as they come off of the NZT. Everything that they did or saw while they were on the NZT becomes dizzying and overwhelming. Everything they saw while on NZT, which was literally everything happening around them, crashes around them and overwhelms their brain. The scene also continually draws your attention to the center of the shot, pulling you constantly forward in a way that makes you feel like you're falling. It communicates a message in itself and instantly snags the attention of anyone who watches it in the most hypnotic of ways.
niemand262 7 months ago
5 was terrible, ham fisted even. It seems like a laugh track. If you have to cue me in to when something interesting happens, that means it wasn't interesting.
st0rmforce 7 months ago
I love how the pull in and push out are mechanically exactly opposite, but the feeling they give are completely different.
AintItJay187 7 months ago
How is a Wes Anderson film not even honorably mentioned?
Mychal Simmons 8 months ago
Excellent
Ayse C 8 months ago
Where is Kubrick's Barry Lyndon?
drumzeppelin 8 months ago
For the 5, I'm surprised it was not mentioned that by switching the camera angle we switch from seeing the illuminated side of the characters faces to the shadowed side. The fact that this was done with a pan rather than a cut highlights the transition, rather than just the change.
Echo Rose 8 months ago
I like this video, but when it comes to The Passenger , I disagree with the assessment. Despite what the Director had to say about his motivations for the breakaway camera, I feel that the camera breakaway actually solidifies (and proves true) what most of us would feel as truth to the dialogue, I don't care when faced with such vastness, such seemingly insurmountable odds that the camera then shows us here. I believe the breakaway shot has *everything* to do with the dialogue spoken just prior.
Elijah Owens 8 months ago
Moonlight HAS to be somewhere on here
Ze Rubenator 8 months ago
Every Edgar Wright film.
keyman 66 8 months ago
I love how effective the one-take POV opening sequence of Strange Days was.
John JohnnyArt Pavlou 8 months ago
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Two Face 8 months ago
love your content, amount of research and work put into it is just brilliant
Jesse Goodman 8 months ago
There's a very similar move to 5 in Michael Mann's The Insider and it's a great little moment
roger nsong 8 months ago
Camera movement is part of the director's aesthetic decision, and neither a standard nor an obligatory movement in filmmaking. If you watch other films, other than lame American and Indian mediocrities, you'll learn a lot about cinema!