If We Don’t, Remember Me: A Collection of Film Cinemagraphs

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There’s always that one scene in a movie that makes an impact in us, that one scene that sticks on our mind’s eye and repeats itself in an infinite loop that we couldn’t quite get out of.

May it be a poignant line uttered, or a silence heavy with tension and meaning, these fleeting seconds are now immortalized thanks to the rise in popularity of cinemagraphs. These not-quite-photographs-but-not-quite-films are really quite hypnotizing.

And if you happen to look for a particular cinemagraph from your favorite film, you might want to check If We Don’t, Remember Me.

IWDRM is a blog dedicated to posting cinemagraphs from classic films around the world, complete with their respective lines. It’s a delight and feast for the eyes.

Although, I have to admit, these makes me particularly curious and interested in the idea of creating analogue cinemagraphs. Perhaps via the LomoKino?

What do you guys think?

All images taken from If We Don’t, Remember Me.

written by geegraphy on 2012-11-30 #lifestyle #film #movies #photography #tumblr #gif #iwdrm #cinemagraphs

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  1. analogdisplay
    analogdisplay ·

    What films are these cinemagraphs from? I know the second one is The Truman Show but no idea for the other two. Anyone?

  2. geegraphy
    geegraphy ·

    @analogdisplay The first cinemagraph is from the Wes Anderson film, The Royal Tenenbaums. The last one, according to my research, is from the 1966 film entitled Blowup. Hope that helps! :)

  3. juditto
    juditto ·

    Blowup!!! its cinemagraph seems nice and funny, love it !!

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