I'm looking for sequences like the opening credits of Delicatessen
where the camera flies through a collection of objects to focus on specific tidbits of information. I'd like to see anything done in this style, not just credits sequences. Thank you!
Help me remember a title sequence... [more inside]
Asking for a friend:
I saw a movie once, but I can remember neither the name nor the theme. At a guess I would say it was five to six years ago, but it was not in theater and so could have been a bit older. Toward the end of the movie, perhaps just before the credits and on into the credits, there was a song about a birthday. I don't remember if it was a character's birthday, but I believe it was. It was a sort of weird, sad, but upbeat tune. Possibly containing drug references. Not rap, more of an anti-folk feel (think Moldy Peaches) and a female singer. It was not Kimya Dawson's "Jest's Birthday". Wikipedia's list of non-canonical birthday songs does not produce anything familiar.
Find for me this song, Internet.
Here's a tough question! I'm looking for two examples of films/tv shows that have recipes (for cooking) in the on screen credits. [more inside]
When did credits and titles start floating in "real" space in TV and Movies? [more inside]
Why do movie credits always contain the line "This motion picture was created by <company> for purposes of copyright law in the United Kingdom"? [more inside]
In movie credits, why is it that only the cinematographer or perhaps film editor have their credentials listed? [more inside]