Graphic Matches in the Memorable Films of 2016


As more people develop refined tastes in film and cinema, many filmmakers have been upping up their game to become the best among the rest. Here's a roundup of 2016's best films, paired with graphic match cuts.

A match cut in film is where two shots from other scenes both have matching elements, thus creating a smooth transition from one scene to another. Usually, this would provide metaphorical contexts.

For 2016, the themes and imagery are surprisingly tightly-knit: "Moonlight", "20th Century Women", "La La Land", "Sing Street", "Hacksaw Ridge", "Manchester by the Sea" and "Lion".

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-06-19 #culture #videos #cinematography #match-cut #film-2016

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