Watch All Five Of Cameron Beyl’s Video Essays On The Films Of Stanley Kubrick

by • April 14, 2015 • Hollywoodland, MoviesComments (0)1847

Cameron Beyl is a filmmaker whose passion for the masters of contemporary film inspired him to create The Directors Series, a personal project which Beyl is using to explore the craft of the greatest directors of all time, as well as to grow as a director himself. Beyl writes: “Basically, it works like this: I choose a film director and watch their entire filmography in chronological order. That includes features, shorts, music videos, commercials, TV, etc. There are only a few prerequisites for inclusion on the list: either the director has 3 critically-acclaimed feature films to their credit, or they are otherwise of some significance within the art form and warrant mention/debate. The overall purpose of all of this is to twofold: 1) glean insight about respected directors and learn from their victories and failures as I literally watch their careers develop, and 2) apply these insights into my own development as a filmmaker. The purpose of this blog is to share my insights and keep track of my own thoughts as I wade through the sea of works ahead.” You can watch Cameron’s impressive collection of video essays exploring the work of Stanley Kubrick here, and see his essays of other directors by visiting DirectorsSeries.Tumblr.com. (Source: Kottke)

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