View this touching supercut of movie characters touching things

Can a single film appeal to all five senses? Movies exist primarily to stimulate the viewer’s sense of sight and (from 1927’s The Jazz Singer onward) sound. There have been various attempts, including Smell-O-Vision and Odorama, to add olfactory sensations to the cinematic experience. And shows like Dinner And A Movie …

Silence is golden in this video on how film communicates without words

To paraphrase the hepcat jazz aficionado, sometimes it’s the words not spoken in films that have the greatest impact. At least, that’s the theory behind this video essay posted by Fandor Keyframe and made by Filmscalpel, which looks at key scenes from 15 films where the words of actors are drowned out for some reason…

Let’s examine the visual aesthetic of Sofia Coppola’s work

It’s interesting what themes and patterns emerge when assembling compilations of an artist’s work. Jacob T. Swinney previously examined the roles that sound effects play in Tarantino’s films and how those can tie together a diverse filmography. Now, Swinney has turned his attention to the visual stylings of Sofia…