Most of us love Instagram – cats, food, influencers, but if you dig a little deeper IG is also home to some cinematic treats.
Not just the big name actors you may already follow and hear about, or the studios promoting their tentpoles. We’re talking about the ones behind the scenes, the ones focused on spreading fine films, and the cinephiles who want to share. They all have a huge following.
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These film writers, cinematographers, producers, institutions, and fans make up an inspiring set of Instagram accounts for movie lovers and aspiring filmmakers alike.
Below you’ll find a few to check out.
Aramis Gutierrez, otherwise known as @Anti_CGI, has created one of Instagram’s most sweet spots for film lovers. It’s purpose is to highlight non-computerised special effects. Gutierrez digs up an impressive array of old-school classics, some more obscure than others and all guaranteed to give your feed a little retro flourish.
American Film Institute
The American Film Institute has the promise to preserve the heritage of the film, to honour artist and work, and to educate the next generation. The AFI provides leadership in film and TV and is dedicated to engage the past, the present, and the future of the moving image. Check them out.
You certainly recognise his work. Emmanuel Lubezki is an award winning cinematographer who has worked on films like The Tree of Life, Children of Men, Burn After Reading, Ali and Sleepy Hollow. His work in Gravity, Birdman, and The Revenant took home the Oscar for Best Cinematography three years in a a row.
Anthology Film Archives
Anthology Film Archives is a centre for the preservation, study, and exhibition of film, with a focus on the independent, experimental, and avant-garde. Please check them out.
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