Video Essay: On Scorsese

I love media – and I love discovering the work of others who share this passion for film and television too! And seeing as I haven’t had a consistent stream of blog posts for a long while – I have had an idea: with this post I shall begin of a series of resources links: predominantly these will be links to video essays, cinematographer interviews, how-to tips and the like. Clips and information that I have personally found fascinating as something of a cinephile.

To begin then, it was very exciting to stumble on this short video essay by Milad Tangshir that explores some of the visual dynamics that have been reused by film maestro Martin Scorsese in his student film, ‘It’s not Just You, Murray!‘ and his blockbuster ‘The Wolf of Wall Street‘ some 50-years later. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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