This exciting 'supercut' shows you the best of Japanese animation. Knows the work of the artist who is dedicated to collecting images of all the movies he has seen.
1,000,000 frames is a visual project in which the actress and artist Candice Drouet collects images of all the films she has seen and divides them by theme. So far, we've had pieces about loneliness and love, movie posters and, inevitably, Wes Anderson's filmography. Now, after the retirement of Hayao Miyazaki and the premiere of When Marnie Was There (it is rumored to be the last film of Studio Ghibli for a long season), gives us a fantastic 'supercut' of the most moving moments of the great house of animation Japanese. The video includes scenes from Ponyo, Princess Mononoke, Porco Rosso and Spirited Away and presents us with some of the most important animated works in the history of cinema.
Collector Frames. 19-year-old Candice Drouet came up with the idea to tell again all the movies you saw in your life with a million shots.
Candice would like to use a single staff with all the movies that have so far seen (and there are really a lot!) And make them one hundred shorts. It turns out that each will be about 10 000 stills! Needless to say, I envy Candice patience during installation (and many watched films). She admits that the first episode of the series was inspired by the sentence of "American Beauty": "I had always heard your entire life flashes in front of your eyes the second before you die."
There's currently thirteen episodes on various topics. Some are very personal - for example, find a video in which Candice remembers everything that was watching with her dad as a child, or a set of frames of the year when she came into the world. Others are in recognition of her favorite directors like Wes Anderson or films like "Fight Club." Even 87 films before us, so get ready for a true cinematic adventure. As you can see stamp collecting is a thing of the past - now since childhood better collect snapshot.