And so the Every 10 Minutes feature returns, and let’s hope it never leaves my side again, because something about this one showed me this exercise is now very important…
We all love film for so many reasons, and one of them is the obvious visual element. I wanted, like these individuals, to highlight this idea but at the same time without completely taking and repurposing it.
Then I started to question what if the same progression we witness over the film’s complete runtime was able to be condensed into only a few images, but rather than being selective of those images make it completely structured? What would we notice now that we may not have while watching the film? And this idea is born.
The idea is this, take a film and take a snapshot every ten minutes (as close as possible with my feeble shakey hands on VLC) and play with the narrative and focus of the film. This week I want to look at the film from 1992 film The Last of the Mohicans.
It’s time for a whole new chapter into the Movies You Love Podcast era. No it’s not changing to a new format, no it’s not moving to another night, no we’re not making it about video games — or should I? Actually when you think about it nothing’s really changing about this show. I’m just kind of saying all of this because I’m releasing a new episode — which you can hear below.
GUYS!!! It’s episode #200!!! I feel like I should be making some kind of lap around the internet with this one, and at the same time if people in the real world who know me saw this I can imagine all the triple eye rolls that would happen. I’m proud and at the same time baffled that I’ve done this this long and can’t wait to hit the next milestone at this point. I can’t wait till governments point to my show as to why the internet can’t be used by just anyone willy nilly (that’s how that’s spelled right?) But anyways enough with that — Continue reading
It’s been a bit delayed but here it is, the 199th time out for us as we talk about Aliens and all sorts of otherwise tomfoolery. The audio quality on this one is a bit choppy — I admit — but hopefully you’ll see it as a meta commentary on the film we discuss. Enjoy: Continue reading