Fascinating Storyboards From Seven Famous Films


Here's a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most popular films to have hit the screens, but this time around, we're giving you a glimpse of their respective storyboards!

Storyboards are a vital aspect of filmmaking as it helps everyone from the director down to the other crew members concerned visualize how a particular scene would go about prior to the production phase itself. Think of it as a frame-by-frame illustrated depiction of an entire scene, one that basically looks like a comic strip. Recently, we’ve stumbled upon an article on _Design Faves_ that showcased parts of the storyboards of seven popular films – the classics “Psycho” and “Birds” by Alfred Hitchcock, “Tomorrow Never Dies” by Roger Spottiswoode, “Apocalypse Now” by Francis Ford Coppola, and “Jaws” by Steven Spielberg; as well as more recent releases “Inception” by Christopher Nolan and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” by Marc Webb! If you love movies, you’ll we’re sure you’ll enjoy browsing through this collection!

From top: “Psycho,” “Birds,” “Tomorrow Never Dies,” “Apocalypse Now,” “Jaws,” “Inception,” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Photos via Design Faves

All information in this article were sourced from Design Faves.

written by chooolss on 2014-06-01 in #lifestyle #alfred-hitchcock #francis-ford-coppola #movies #storyboards #steven-spielberg

One Comment

  1. beblo
    beblo ·

    I think the storyboards concepts in film making may have come from classical art painting schools. Classical art painters do a sketch/draw first before painting directly on an art canvas. The purpose of this drawing is to carefully study the composition of the art work, first. But there are a very few rare exceptions, like an art painter from the Venetian school. He goes by the name of "Titian". Titian paints directly on an art canvas without the need to sketch or draw first. Van Gogh is another one, in the last stage of his life.

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