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

Comments to the video: 5 Brilliant Moments of Camera Movement

João Santos 22 hours ago
No David Fincher?
Shwan Latif 4 days ago
The mirror 1975 ?
Nuno Macedo 4 days ago
came here to see if you had this briliant scene from hunt for the wilderpeople:
Person 7 days ago
I'm actually really mad Michael Bay didn't get put on the list.
D H 9 days ago
I notice a lot of films use camera movement to cover a story that's not very engaging.
James Royal Apple 9 days ago
5:50 😂😂
MidnightEkaki 14 days ago
My favourite camera movement is from this video when the camera zooms into the picture of Jesus. It explains a lot about the situation. (im half joking but i was also legitimately impressed)
Andy Taveras 15 days ago
Thank you so much for this inspirational video. great work!
Prabij Shrestha 16 days ago
OMG WTF my head is spinning now. what is going on their's mind.I can't handle it.
Chaeru Utama 16 days ago
if you never said, i would never know.
3TNT3 20 days ago
TTT
Magnanimous Media 21 days ago
Give me a Francis ford coppola dolly shot and I am good.
Thousand days of Loser 23 days ago
this video is powerful stuff
Marc Colten 24 days ago
I think you are waaaaaaay over thinking these shots. It reminds me of a Benny Hill bit where a director is asked about the brilliant moment when his film switches from color to black & white to dramatize the bleakness of Man's existence. The director explains that the ran out of money & had to use cheaper stock.
Roosevelt Brentwood 24 days ago
Before I watch this: 1 better be Birdman.
Roosevelt Brentwood 24 days ago
ok so i kinda misunderstood the format of this video but i was glad to see that they used clips from Birdman as examples for two of these techniques.
nammal 25 days ago
Too much talking. not able to focus on the screen.blah blah blah.
Hunky Dork 27 days ago
Brilliant stuff. The first time I noticed the power of camera movement was in Hitchcock's Spellbound when the camera does a kind of pan-in zoom-out across a card playing table. Or was it a pan-out zoom-in ?
prickly10000 29 days ago
Why use good, easy to understand Examples when we can use out of no where references to movies no one out of a liberal arts college has ever heard of!? Assassination of Jesse James is a great movie but what the hell even is 20th century Women or The Candidate?
Daniel Pink 1 month ago
In number 4, i was waiting at least an honorable mention of the bicycles scene on Blade Runner
First First 1 month ago
you talk to much!
Adrian Delos Reyes 1 month ago
How did they remove the push in for that first scene?
Alex Belous 1 month ago
Brilliant!
wrlord 1 month ago
Dude. The Marnie pan is SHOWING us what she's looking at. She never looks at him. She checks out, like many rape victims.
Jettemotor 1 month ago
It's really an optional 3, but the camera non-movement , possibly even more dramatic. A brilliant example is Pietri's school shooting in Utopia. Seriously unnerving scene (where they ever so slowly pan in, but doesn't change direction at all, but the mail character walks in and out of the shot).
Benjamin Green 1 month ago
I think of the scene in Taxi Driver, when Robert DeNiro is talking on the phone, and the scene is so devastating and humiliating for him that the camera just slides away from him and looks down the hall.
ChrisC 1 month ago
No mention of the camera pan away from Travis Bickle's phone call from Taxi Driver? Especially since that's the shot that Tarantino drew inspiration from in the torture scene in Reservoir Dogs.
Λinobolic 1 month ago
You havent mentioned The emotionally touching Camera movement in Into The Wild : When his father after months of losing a child suddenly bursts into depressing tears as he goes out of his house. than depressingly falling on the ground and mourning as if he has lost a part of his heart.😥😥
SciFiArtMan 1 month ago
Beautiful video on camera impact on story! Loved the examples! Exposition and setting, focusing attention and our emotion, abandonment, Hitch's suspense through imagination, symbolism (jail bars), whimsy and insignificance all so wonderfully explained. Even non-filmmakers could gain a richer viewing experience from such well-made videos! I assume you discuss tearing elsewhere, but to be honest it's one of those effects I don't want to see start to appearing in every film, like the Dutch tilt, for no reason. Ever count the lens flares in Abram's Star Trek - nearly every scene, even when there's no light or reflection source onscreen (shamefully cheap!)! Thanks so much for the wonderful lesson!
Rose 1 month ago
I loved the way the Eulogy episode from the Haunting of Hill House on Netflix was shot - continuously moving between the characters to connect the stories.
Guilherme Huyer 1 month ago
Wait, I had to pause the video to comment this: out of all the gazzilion options in cinema history, you guys chose to include one on the list that you couldn't use in the video??? WHY?
Dato Aronia 1 month ago
blows my mind that Slacker by Linklater has made none of your lists so far, especially here because it is literally based on the wandering camera movement to a brilliant narrative and structural effect :)
Hunky Dork 1 month ago
You use the I show you this but it's something else that I want to talk about way toooooo much. Otherwise it seems interesting but who's to know.
josh ball 1 month ago
So no car scene from Children of Men? K.
Andrew O'Keefe 1 month ago
josh ball I think that shot goes on a bit too long to be considered a moment. And besides being an impressive set piece with a nice gimmick I can’t think of one specific movement of the camera within that scene that’s impactful. More so the scene as a whole
joseXp 1 month ago
On the Assassination of Jesse James the detail of the tree branche cutting Brad Pitt makes us feel unconsciosnesly that Casey Afleck wants him to die. To be cut off!
Lydia A 1 month ago
I just realised, I've never seen Marnie
Everything in a Frame 1 month ago
Please tell, Name of the background music from 2:00 to 2:30
M A K O 1 month ago
touch of evil
Natalie Emelia Mitchell 1 month ago
There is a brilliant moment in the movie Woodlawn as well. It's a Christian film, and enjoyable, but somewhere right close to the end the coach of the Woodlawn football team is called before a board of educators and asked to stop holding bible studies with his team or he will be fired from his position. All beliefs about religion and power aside, the camera work within this scene is fantastic, because it communicates that the coach is feeling like he has lost his footing, like he doesn't know what to do and there is no longer any stable ground to stand on. During the scene, the camera begins tilting around the table, coming from all sides to dizzying effect, and it gets the point across. It is amazing, and I totally recommend going and watching it.
Tommy Owen 1 month ago
Thank you.
Rob Mack 1 month ago
You could fill the whole video with The assassination Of Jesse James. Stunning cinematography
Trevor Brown 1 month ago
Very interesting - I'm at the end of a Bachelor of Screen Media degree and we never had information like this in any of the classes, well done! A great video.
Wouter de vries 1 month ago
Dunno if it's just me, but anyone else hate that when they go to the movies, you put on the 3D glasses, then an action sequence comes up and it's 80% camera shaking and 20% punches being thrown. Call me old fashioned, but I liked the old school Jackie Chan action sequenced days where the camera is pretty much a still shot that leads you to another shot. And the fight can clearly be seen. I don't need the camera to convey that there's a fight scene going on, I can see that from what the actors are doing.
chris M 1 month ago
Backwar
Luis Angel 1 month ago
What about John McTiernan's Die Hard? Some weird things he was doing with the camera. Nice though.
Joseph Svennson 2 months ago
Michael Mann like Antonioni
Finn Johnson 2 months ago
Awesome list but it’s almost criminal to not include a Spike Lee dolly shot!
Ryan McAtee 2 months ago
For camera movement I always think of Tarkovsky’s long, immersive shots.
Marcos Alencar 2 months ago
starts at 2:00
deltalex72 2 months ago
God. Your sound editing is freaking terrible. No normal breath-pause at all. It takes my breath away!!!!
sortilegus 1 month ago
there was something about the commentary that drove me insane, and i couldn't figure it out until your comment. yes.
OTBoy Roma 2 months ago
The Candidate is a great film. I recommend it to everyone.
Copper Films 2 months ago
These were great but you really should’ve considered more the opening fight from The Revenant.
Shannen Canton 2 months ago
that marnie scene reminds me of the legend of korra when tenzin got beat up
Grok Effer 2 months ago
Children of Men and Birdman both blew me away.
mackyronni 2 months ago
Hitchcock was not a great guy but I gotta admit he was a cinematic genius
vikingfortiesfaeroes 2 months ago
Another great example of 1 that always sticks in my head is in Star Trek 3, during the conversation between Kirk and the Commander of Starfleet. Rather than stick with the usual static closeups of each person when they're talking, there's a shot that slowly zooms in on Kirk's forlorn face while he's being told everything he doesn't want to hear. It really adds to the scene in a big way.
caseypride 2 months ago
Narrator: it's very important that you review your pronunciation of the simple words a and the --what you're doing with them is irritating and pretentious. Generally, however, I enjoy these videos; I enjoy the way CineFix examines the art of cinema.
Márton Rónai 2 months ago
Mate, these are just out-of-the schoolbook , basic camera movements. Brilliant? :-D what the fuck
Mehdi Joe 2 months ago
wow!
Thabang 2 months ago
The one take shot
Victor Seastrom 2 months ago
All great. but you missed one of the most powerful shots in film. The Traveling POV. It places the audience directly in the film and sets up enormous tension.
iforce2d 2 months ago
needless waffling ends at 2:02
Bob Sloppy 2 months ago
Marnie is not a very good movie.
Josh Walter 2 months ago
ONE of the most legendary shots for me was in Goodfellas when ray liota and rob deniro are in that booth and the camera pushes i while zooming out, it was the first time i noticed the power of camera movement.
Jamie Kirkpatrick 2 months ago
Great list but I wanted to point out that the move you illustrate in the last (short) film, The Candidate is borrowed from Olivier Assayas' Late August Early September from 1999. I can't say Assayas was the first director to jump the line within a shot, but I haven't found an earlier example.
Buscador Final 2 months ago
Hitchcock's Frenzy, where the assassin lures his victim into his flat with much sweet talk ('You've got the whole of your life ahead of you'.), along the street, up to the building, up the steps, in through the doorway into the building, into the hall, up the stairs, and then he opens the door to his flat and lets her in, but the camera stays on the stairs. He closes the door, and the slowly the camera moves down the stairs, slowly, view through the window on the stairs, down to the empty hall, slowly out of the hall, slowly out of the building into the busy street, showing us only the empty doorway and hall and the windows of the flat behind which we know he's either going to strangle her or has already begun to do so. The camera leaves her to her fate. Like the Antonioni scene, the camera doesn't care anymore.
Declan MacArthur 2 months ago
Marnie didn't make any objection because of the implication.
Durst 3 months ago
The shot where the camera goes over the mast.
DARRYL SMITH 3 months ago
This Cinema tool Blows EVERY Full Frame and mirrorless CLEAN out of the water. After watching this, You will retire your camera to be a paperweight or doorstop, i promise.
pawan madhur 3 months ago
!
Lucas Racoci 3 months ago
Now, with stereo cameras of 3d movies there are even more movements possible, I'm curious to watch what they are going to make
Thouxan Dollxrs 3 months ago
I think I just found my favourite youtube channel
jayrobb9 3 months ago
Henry Fonda's reveal in Once Upon a Time in the West.
multiyapples 3 months ago
Great moments.
Letts Plays 3 months ago
I love when the camera turns upside down while it's moving
mhks68 3 months ago
Every time he says push in I think of the poker scene in Training Day!
Gabriele La Monaca 3 months ago
There is no mention of Rope by Hitchcock. the whole film is technically one long camera movement.
RobsRacing MotoVLOG 3 months ago
I rather liked the camera movement in the movie Upgrade. Whenever Stem was in control, the camera movement became much less fluid and more machanical. It was a wonderfully consistent effect that stripped the humanity from the character and of the audience.
Brian Stewart 3 months ago
When you were talking about the retreating camera I thought for sure we were going to get treated to Frenzy, and the retreating camera from the killer's apartment, down the stairs, out the front door of the building and then nestling amidst the bustle of the street outside.
Dhanraj Shetty 3 months ago
Shawshank redemption on this list!! It had many best camera movements. Every frame told different story, lighting and movements in accordance with mood and different situations, introduction of characters, indeed simple yet one of the best works of Roger deakins till now
eagle 1 month ago
Yeah especially the Brooks bus scene. I believe there was a channel that analyzed exactly this scene, don't know if CineFX or Nerdwriter1, or Every Frame a Painting.
Laura Pardo 4 months ago
I wish you had added the Wolf children camera movement.
MichaelMick 4 months ago
The best movement of camera I can recall without watching the list is Citizen Kane.
Daisy Sky 4 months ago
Hey great video =)
Giancarlo Bozzi 4 months ago
THE LIMEY (1999) - Steven Soderbergh. Hey, what do you think about the moment when Wilson, after receiving blows from some thugs, stands up, kills the guards while the camera waits outside the warehouse and when Wilson walks out of the place, the camera takes off violently to go to receive him while screaming: Tell him I'm coming! Greetings from Valparaíso
Si Hernandez 4 months ago
Hey Cinefix, question. During point one in regards to the camera pull, did you purposely remove the music during comparing both camera pull scenes? Scenes: 2:40 to 2:52 and 3:06 to 3:14
Oscar B 4 months ago
Damn!!! this feels like freaking homework.
Narada C 4 months ago
Very fast
Marvin 4 months ago
You talked in the intro too much
Arnab Das 4 months ago
Can anyone tell me, how the shot was taken from 10.01 to 10.03? What it's called? What it want to tell the viewers?
Noel 4 months ago
He venido por Brad Pitt. ¿Alguien sabe a que personaje está interpretando en la miniatura?
self1sch 4 months ago
So after watching this video I only typed in t in the YT search bar and it immediately showed The Candidate as the first result. Scary stuff
Louis DeGidio 4 months ago
For me it's the movie Bound it has so many unique shots. From the beginning moving in from a closet ceiling, seeing the closet light switch chain. I think the videography was unique and brilliant.
Ginny Monroe 4 months ago
Amazing advice for a screenplay writer. Thanks Ginny Monroe Masterplayer
ma 4 months ago
Over academic analysis, Most of the failed filmmakers end of being a teacher at some film colleges and that is where you hear these kinds big words explanation of shots and in reality the filmmakers themselves will have any ideas if there shots have all these complicated theory behind it. Great jazz musician Duke Ellington once went to a music college and after hearing how his music are analyzed by the teacher he laughed and commented that maybe he should attend the class too so he can understand his own music. In other words he didn't have any clue that music he wrote had so much unnecessary theory. He continued i just wrote the music and you are making it more than music and making it too complicated. Bull shit.
AMAL RAMESH 4 months ago
U should really check out Iruvar . Its got wonderful camera movements
Alejandro 4 months ago
I think that the move camera on the end of The Childhood of a Leader Is just great.
desi luna 5 months ago
I'd like to add the tracking shot of the bicycle scene in The Shining.yanno, that scary twins at the end :w
Alex Taylor 5 months ago
*PAUSE YOUR DRONING SOMEWHERE! YOU FREAKING G-D AUCTIONEER-LIKE MOTOR-MOUTH! THIS IS A WRITING-DRIVEN PIECE. WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE WRITER IS HE PUT VISUALITY IN THE BACK SEAT, IN THIS VISUAL MEDIUM. OMG, HOW THE NARRATOR LOVES TO TALK, AND TALK, IN A THIS MASTURBATION PLEASANT ONLY TO HIMSELF. DAMN, WHY DO THE REST OF US HAVE TO BE EXPOSED TO IT! AS HE SMUGLY ONANATES ON HOW BRILLIANT HE THINKS HIS POINTS ARE. I'VE SEEN MORE COMMUNICATED WITH LESS BLAB, HEY, BUT DONE BY THOSE WHO KNOW HOW TO COMMUNICATE.*
Aduh 2012 5 months ago
I love your voice 👍
garad123456 5 months ago
True Detective season 1, maybe episode 4 or 6 ending im not sure, where Rust goes to the suburbanish area of the black people and there is the hugely long camera following shot
Matthew Law 5 months ago
In the Marnie scene the camera panning away is from Sean Connery's point of view, which has a different meaning then if it was from Marnie's view of looking away from the man about to rape her.