This Haunting Video Essay Showcases The Replication Of History On Film This Haunting Video Essay Showcases The Replication Of History On Film
Vimeo artist Vugar Efendi has created an enriching look at how films recreate history in this new video essay. This Haunting Video Essay Showcases The Replication Of History On Film

Find yourself three spare minutes this weekend, and watch Vimeo artist Vugar Efendi’s transcending look at how filmmakers pay close attention to recreating historical events, images, and footage which consequently play key roles in their works.

From Pablo Larrían’s modern masterpiece, Jackie, right through to more obscure titles such as The Damned United, and Catch Me If You Can, this is an inspired look at the importance of social and cultural relevance, accurately showcased across our art form.

There is something eerily beautiful about the assurance of these scenes, and how they expertly transport the spectator back to real moments; ones once lived and breathed in. Check out Efendi’s work below…

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