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  1. Hi everyone, I have watched so many TV shows, interviews with filmmakers and cinematographers about Cinema, and what really drew my attention was their taste or their preferred films ! 99% of them mention a classic ! Stanley Cubrick, sergio leone, Hitchcock, .... films. or even 1920's films ! I am not arguing here about other people tastes, but I want to understand the point of view of our great contemporary directors and cinematographers about their preferred pictures ! And even if you check the Top films of all time, you will find classics on the top, for example in Rotten Tomatoes the first 20 films are made more than 40-80 yeas ago ! except E.T which is 32 :) http://www.rottentomatoes.com/top/bestofrt/ What is special about classics that don't exist in contemporary cinema?
  2. For the past few months I have been trying to properly construct my first demoreel. I can't decide if it is good or bad because I don't know how a normal demoreel is usually structured. I don't know anybody that video edits so i figured I'd ask you guys for your opinion and helpful criticism. How should a normal demoreel be formatted? What is the typical duration of a demoreel? Are there any other specifics that every demoreel consists of? Here is my attempt at my demoreel... I feel that it is not ready yet though so what do you think? How could I improve it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv2N4T8glhs BTW this is my first forum post ever. I've never been apart of a forum until now so I apologize if this is not the proper way to ask for opinions on a project in the making. Thanks!
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