That's right, another poll! Because no one ever gets sick of these, right?? ...
I was thinking of doing a Screenplay poll next, but then this emerged instead. A lot of people seemed to "like" my post in the Top 10 Cinematography thread where I suggested this, and surely y'all weren't actually "liking" my picks and not the suggestion! Anyway ... maybe I'll do a Screenplay poll neeeext, but for now, I think it's time for this bad boy. This board after all spends too much time talking about the people in front of the camera ... let's honor the camera itself!
Rules are simple: Send me a list of your top 25 films with the best cinematography. Really no restrictions on what qualifies here other than that it's exclusive to feature films (no miniseries).
Post by themoviesinner on Jun 10, 2020 9:15:38 GMT
Great idea! I think there are a lot of obscure films with incredible cinematography that in my opinion definitely deserve a place on this list, which unfortunately not many people on here have seen. Here are some films to consider:
Oh, yes, definitely second this. (Though I even don't know yet, if this makes my list). Might be Wongs most gorgeous looking film and that's saying quite something, cause I love the cinematography of In the Mood for Love as well.
Post by Tommen_Saperstein on Jun 10, 2020 18:51:03 GMT
and I don't think enough people have seen it to have traction, but Letter Never Sent has some of the most beautiful visuals I've ever seen. I don't know how Sergey Urusevsky pulled off some of these shots.