5 Instagram Handles Every Movie Lover Should Follow, Film Companion
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For most cinephiles, the interest in a film doesn’t just stop when the end credits roll. The obsession for everything cinema-related drives us to delve deeper into the peripherals of movie-making. From behind the scenes footage to interviews about the filmmaking process, we actively search the interwebs and beyond hoping for things through which we can enrich our understanding of film. For those of you, who like us, have been bit by the cinema bug, here’s five Instagram handles to follow.

Color Palette Cinema

This handle picks out aesthetic frames from some of the most visually stunning movies and demonstrates the range of different colors that make them. It’s easy to miss the incredible amount of detail and work that goes into making these shots, and this handle draws our attention to exactly that. It can act as a lovely reference point for budding filmmakers looking to beautify their films. And for everyone else, just something to admire.

Script to Screen

Their bio quotes the famous Hitchcock line – “To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script & the script.” By juxtaposing footage from memorable films with the corresponding text from their scripts, this handle can provide crucial insights into the filmmaking process – how ideas are translated from text to screen and how actors improvise dialogue while maintaining the essence of the text.

Accidentally Wes Anderson

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_________________________ Fire Island Lighthouse | Fire Island, New York | c. 1826 • • The Fire Island Lighthouse is a visible landmark on the Great South Bay, in southern Suffolk County, New York on the western end of Fire Island, a barrier island off the southern coast of Long Island • • The current lighthouse is a 180-foot (55 m) stone tower that began operation in 1858 to replace the 74-foot (23 m) tower originally built in 1826. This current light was in use until 1974 before being decommissioned by the United States Coast Guard • • Shortly after it was decommissioned, in 1982 the Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society (FILPS) was formed to preserve the light. FILPS raised over $1.2 million to restore the tower and light and on May 25, 1986 the Coast Guard returned the Fire Island Lighthouse to an active aid to navigation • • When the lighthouse was built it was on the edge of Fire Island Inlet and marked the western end of the island. However through accumulation of sand, Fire Island has extended itself so that the lighthouse is now nearly five miles (8.0 km) from the western end of the island at Democrat Point • • In 1981, the light was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the it can be accessed by a short walk from Robert Moses State Park and is open daily to the public. Tower tours are available for a small fee • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @hashtag_hayden • ✍️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #FireIsland #SymmetricalMonsters #NewYork #AccidentalWesAnderson #FireIslandLight

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For something a little more light-hearted, presenting Accidentally Wes Anderson. Like the name suggests, this handle is a compilation of photos of real places that look like something out of a Wes Anderson film. The architecture, symmetry and bright colours will take you back to the distinctive look of the modern-day auteur’s cinema.

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_________________________ Bramley Baths | Leeds, England | c. 1904 • • Bramley Baths first opened as a pool and public bath-house in 1904 in Leeds, England. The Baths enabled local residents to wash, swim and use the Russian Steam Baths – fashionable with the Edwardians as a healthy pastime • • Originally a steel foundry, the building's chimney – built with 8000 Kirkstall bricks, still towers over the baths and can be seen from across Leeds • • Bramley Baths was restored in 1992 and it is the last remaining of eight public Edwardian baths built in Leeds between 1899 and 1904 • • In 2011 Leeds City Council was under budgetary pressures and invited expressions of interest to take over management of Bramley Baths • • A group of residents and supportive local organizations worked together to write a business plan, raise funds and transfer Bramley Baths to the community • • Bramley Baths became a not-for-profit, community-led, professionally-run enterprise and began a new era on January 1st, 2013 • • The building is now open to the public seven days a week for swimming, gym facilities, and dance and fitness sessions. An imaginative events program has helped the business grow • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @cj_harrison • ✍️: @bramleybaths • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #BramleyBaths #AccidentalWesAnderson #Leeds #England

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best.movie.lines

As their name suggests, this handle pick out some of the best quotes and lines of dialogues from films. These may not always be the most memorable highlights, but also some of the smaller moments that make you reminisce and induce the feelings you had while watching it the first time.

filmtourismus

Andrea David is a travel blogger whose trips are inspired by films and television series. Her bio describes her as someone who is “exploring the world, scene by scene.” She has been visiting locations where notable films were shot for over a decade. Once she tracks down the spot, she holds up a photo of the frame and matches it with the exact filming location. It’s a tedious job but it pays off. From Game of Thrones to Star Wars, if the location exists, she will find it.

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