Anything with ‘metric’ at the end is bound to be good and Cinemetrics doesn’t disappoint. The ingenious project is the work of Frederick Brodbeck, a student at the Royal Academy of Arts. Through meticulously analysing movies, he is able to construct a ‘movie fingerprint’. These moving diagrams take into account the length of a scene, how many shots were involved, movement and colour. He has also made alternative movie posters using this process which you can purchase here.
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