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Communication through movie titles…

April 19, 2012 1 comment

Richard Morrison

…normally, the running of the front titles is a period during which the audience rustles popcorn, makes small talk with their neighbours, or simply explores their seat for long-range comfort.

When the movie itself begins, there is usually an initial ‘cold’ period.

However, a strong main title or sequence can be sufficiently provocative and entertaining to induce the audience to sit down and ‘look and listen’, because something is really happening and communicating with them on screen.

I believe at this moment it is possible to project a symbolic foretaste of what is to come, and to create a receptive atmosphere that will enable the movie to begin on a seamless and higher level of audience participation.

The end of the movie when the credits start is again another chance to graphically communicate and reintroduce the visual style, which is unique to each movie. Like a book cover has a front and back cover.

 

Title Sequence Clips Now Available on YouTube

January 26, 2012 1 comment

Forget the Film, Watch the Titles – in which we are featured, is a great website focussed solely on showing clips of some outstanding main title sequences of film and broadcast.

So in addition to this, we have decided to share a whole load of titles sequences we have created, by converting them into clips and uploading on to our YouTube channel for you to see.

We have loaded quite a few already and will be uploading clips regularly, so please come back often to see what else is available to see. Happy viewing.

http://www.richard-morrison.co.uk

Berlin based Titles Designer Darius Ghanai

January 12, 2012 1 comment

I am off to Berlin for a few days, the home of my friend Darius Ghanai (Lichtrausch), who like me loves to produce stunning creative work mainly for the big screen.

We first met in person as judges at the D&AD Awards 2011, although we had both admired each others work and where both featured on the current DVD by Submarine Channel titled ‘Forget the Film, Watch the Titles!

We will be sharing thoughts and ideas on all subjects I am sure, whilst challenging each other over a game of chess, which is as elaborate a waste of time as you can find.

Interesting shots I’ll be posting on Flickr.

Lichtrausch

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