VISUAL COMEDY AND SPIELBERG’S ONER: TONY ZHOU explains the Secrets Of Film-Making

With the tweet below Tony Zhou proves it. Actor Simon Pegg has obviously seen Zhous video about Edgar Wright and good visual comedy.

Tony Zhou a self-proclaimed “creator, editor and narrator” says that he likes movies – what you can see and hear if you watch his videos – and states that

Every frame is a painting.

In his latest video below Zhou explaines why current comedy-films oftentimes are not very creative in presenting funny things on-screen. Too many close-up-talk for him.

Watch do you think watch the video below.

On his video-channel there’s also a in-depth-analysis of Steven Spielberg’s “One Scene, one Shot”-technique.

“One overlooked aspect of Spielberg is that he’s actually a stealth master of the long take. From Duel to Tintin, for forty years, he has sneakily filmed many scenes in a single continuous shot.

Tony Zhou about Spielberg’s Oner.

Wanna know more about that? Watch the video below.

More about that:
Tony Zhou on tumblr
Tony Zhou on YouTube

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