Ex Machina is a great example of how a screenwriter’s ability to carefully control a story’s information can make for a compelling film.
Film enthusiast, CinemaTyler, breaks down Kubrick’s masterpiece over a five-part series of video essays. Well worth a look to fans of the film and Kubrick in general.
Little late with this one, but wasn’t going to miss it. 🙂
Thorough analysis on how to block your scene effectively based on subtext. The second video explains how to block action sequences, even those employing shaky cam, to clearly communicate your story and character points. Great stuff every animator should be …