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by Eric Eidelstein
April 9, 2014 11:08 AM
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Must Watch: Awesome Fan-Made Short Chronicles the 'Evolution of Film' in 3 Minutes

Uma Thurman as 'The Bride' in 'Kill Bill'

Fan-made short films are all the rage, and "Evolution of Film, a montage compiled by Scott Ewing, is no exception. The three-minute clip takes a look at the history of cinema since the late 1800s all the way up to 2014.

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Beginning with a clip from Eadweard J. Muybridge, the "Pioneer of Motion Photography," "Evolution of Film" takes a look at some of the best pieces of film since the beginning of time. There's Méliès moon, a nice grab from "The Bride of Frankenstein," Marlon Brando crying for "Stella" and a look at some of the movies that will hit theaters later this year. Also, see if you can catch the clip that's out of place.



5 Comments

  • Tbickle | April 9, 2014 10:21 PMReply

    On the boring side as far as presentation and editing. Why is this a post?

  • NanksH | April 9, 2014 9:38 PMReply

    Is the Dumb & Dumber clip (2:30) the one that's out of place?

  • Ariel Escalante | April 9, 2014 1:46 PMReply

    It's more "The Evolution of American Commercial Cinema", don't you think???

  • EM | April 9, 2014 4:06 PM

    Agreed, that's on point too.

  • EM | April 9, 2014 12:27 PMReply

    Love this. But he really should have titled it "The Evolution of White American Films". A montage featuring all the works mentioned in "The History of Film: An Odyssey" or anything aside from the basic American movies that we all can name instantly would have been much more interesting and truer to film as a world medium. But that aside, lovely fan vid.