Description : @imdanielfox Podcast - 'Reloading with Werner' on iTunes and Soundcloud When it comes to directing, one set of skills that always separates the wheat from the chaff, are the fine arts of blocking and composition. They're the extra punch in selling great performances, and reeling your audience in. In this video, I look at what makes and breaks great directing, through clever staging and camera movement. Turn on the captions if you want to know what films the footage onscreen is from. For educational purposes only. Films used (in order of appearance): Fallen Angels - c.1995 - dir Wong Kar-Wai Guardians of the Galaxy - c. 2014 - dir James Gunn Super8 - c. 2011 - dir J.J. Abrams Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol - c. 2011 - dir Brad Bird Close Encounters of the Third Kind - c. 1977 - dir Steven Spielberg In The Mood For Love - c. 2000 - dir Wong Kar-Wai Unforgiven - c. 1992 - dir Clint Eastwood High and Low - c. 1960 - dir Akira Kurosawa The Iron Giant - c. 1999 - dir Brad Bird Taken 2 - c. 2011 - dir A Dog that just licked a Lime (Olivier Megaton) Jaws - c. 1975 - dir Steven Spielberg The Bourne Ultimatum - c. 2007 - dir Paul Greengrass Snowpiercer - c. 2013 - dir Bong Joon-ho Haywire - c. 2011 - dir Steven Soderbergh 13 Assassins - c. 2010 - dir Takashi Miike Gone Girl - c. 2014 - dir David Fincher Cure - c. 1997 - dir Kiyoshi Kurosawa Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - c. 2011 - dir Tomas Alfredson Animal Kingdom - c. 2010 - dir David Michôd Songs used: Yumeji's Theme - Shigeru Umebayashi What A Difference A Day Makes - Dinah Washington There's another song at the start that comes from the footage of Fallen Angels, but i cant seem to find a source for it. If anyone knows, share it with me and I'll credit it here. This video is for comparative review purposes only and is protected under section 107 of the Copyright Act, which states: "the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."