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Chasing Butterflies: Observations on the Visual Style of Terrence Malick

Welcome to The Queue — your daily distraction of curated video content sourced from across the web. Today, we’re watching a video essay on the visual style of Terrence Malick. Saying anything concrete about the work of Terrence Malick is like trying to cup water in your hands. He is...
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Why Do Terrence Malick Movies Look the Way They Do?

Impress—or annoy—your friends by pointing out all the ways a film can be "Malick-ian." It’s a question as old as time itself: why do Terrence Malick’s movies look like that?. Well, maybe not as old as time, but at least since Malick explored the birth of stars and how dinosaurs...
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Why Do Terrence Malick's Movies Look Like That?

Terrence Malick has developed one of the most unique and distinctive visual styles in contemporary American cinema. In this video, Thomas Flight investigates the elements of this style and what the motivation behind it might be. Chapters:. 0:00 A Hidden Director. 1:26 Showing life in context. 2:21 A polarizing approach.
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How the Films of Terrence Malick Can Teach Christian Meditation

In his 1966 “Memorial Address”, German philosopher Martin Heidegger stated “man today is in flight from thinking.” By “thinking” he did not mean computation or what he calls “calculative thought” but “meditative thinking” which is an “openness to the mystery.” Identifying the special nature of man as a meditative being, Heidegger believed our greatest task in this thoughtless age is “keeping meditative thinking alive.” No one does this better through film than former Heideggerean scholar, now filmmaker, Terrence Malick.
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Justin Theroux Explains The “Humiliation” He Felt Auditioning For Terrence Malick's 'Thin Red Line' and Terrence Malick Cut Haley Bennett Out of a Film, Then Wrote a Letter Telling Directors to Hire Her

Justin Theroux Explains The «Humiliation» He Felt Auditioning For Terrence Malick's 'Thin Red Line' and Terrence Malick Cut Haley Bennett Out of a Film, Then Wrote a Letter Telling Directors to Hire Her. Last News:. Terrence Malick Cut Haley Bennett Out of a Film, Then Wrote a Letter Telling Directors...
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Justin Theroux Tells His ‘Humiliating’ Terrence Malick Audition Story for ‘The Thin Red Line’ and Justin Theroux Talks Apple TV Plus’ ‘Mosquito Coast’ and Recalls ‘Humiliation’ Auditioning for Terrence Malick

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Terrence Malick’s 'A Hidden Life' set in WWII times talks about righteous character and A Hidden Life review: Terrence Malick tells a countercultural story of courage

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Christopher Plummer Penned Letter to Terrence Malick After ‘New World’: ‘Get Yourself a Writer’

Director Terrence Malick is famous for snipping actors out of his theatrical cuts. For one, Adrien Brody reportedly showed up to the premiere of “The Thin Red Line” to find his role, which he thought was the lead, was significantly downsized. Many others followed. In the aftermath of Malick’s 2005 historical drama about the founding of Jamestown, Christopher Plummer was having none of it. The late actor, who passed away this week at the age of 91, revealed in a 2012 roundtable with Newsweek that he went to the lengths of writing Malick a letter after his experience. (In the film, he plays Captain Christopher Newport, though his role, too, turned out to be much less than he thought.)