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An archive of the The Long-Take
But what has most intrigued me over recent years and been the subject f much writing and discussion as been the impact of virtual cameras, 3d graphics, gaming and the layered space on notions of montage and, in particular, the Long-take.
One of my blogging 'to-do' list items has been to compile a list of great long-take cinematic moments but it would seem my work has been done for me. Daily Film Does have compiled exactly such a list entitled :
"Its the flashiest and most attention-grabbing egotistical way of flexing ones muscle. In most cases it's a narcissistic maneuver, ?look-at-me filming technique, but rare ones, the best ones, serve to reflect and further the story in a way that cant be reflected with traditional editing."
Complete with videos this is a fantastic little archive of great cinematic moments.
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