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Why is David Fincher a Genius? — Directing Styles Explained


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Published on Jul 08, 2019
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David Fincher is one of the greatest directors of all time. David Fincher movies have a unique ability to get under your skin. That’s why after watching one, you can’t seem to shake David Fincher films. But to learn his directing style takes more than watching his movies. You need to watch and listen to David Fincher interviews.

You need to watch B-roll of David Fincher directing his movies. You need to look at David Fincher cinematography to fully understand what defines the David Fincher style.

We want to teach you the filmmaking techniques so that you can understand David Fincher lighting, and his film editing. Our film analysis of David Fincher movies include scenes from Zodiac, House of Cards, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl, and Fight Club.

This video essay will explore aspects of David Fincher films:

Production Design
Movie Color
Film Editing
Sound Design
Film Music

If you love watching films and shows like The Game, Love Death and Robots, The Social Network, Se7en, Panic Room, and Mindhunter, and you also want to build your own directing career, then this is the video essay and film analysis you need.

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