The Art of Silence – a montage of Martin Scorsese’s “deliberate and powerful use of silence.” Pair with the origin and cultural evolution of silence.
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Martin Scorsese’s Filme School: THE 85 FILMS YOU NEED TO SEE TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT FILM
Three-time Oscar winner and current nominee Thelma Schoonmaker, who has edited every Martin Scorsese film since Raging Bull, dissects a sequence in Hugo that prompts her to recall the process of cutting Joe Pesci’s “Funny, how?” scene in 1990’s Goodfellas. Continued —>
Fast Company asked Martin Scorsese to talk about bold risk-takers who changed cinema. Here’s what he had to say about Orson Welles.
How Marty Scorsese risked it all and lived to risk again in Hollywood.
Saul Bass. Before I ever met him, before we worked together, he was a legend in my eyes. His designs, for film titles and company logos and record albums and posters, defined an era.