Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Women in Film Video

Eveyone, check out this video. Watch the entire thing twice. First try without looking at the names. The expressions through each morph are amazing and I am sad to say I did not know about half of the first 50 years of films.


Women In Film from Philip Scott Johnson on Vimeo.

6 comments:

JodieKash said...

Amazing. Spectacular.

How much would I like to be as wondrous as Ann Margaret, circa "Viva Las Vegas" or Faye Dunaway, "Bonnie and Clyde"?

Cody Bones said...

Very Cool. Almost all of them had that "sultry" look that Hollywood was known for back in the day.

Natsthename said...

Loved it, but noticed only about 3 or 4 black American faces. Kind of lop-sided, but I guess that's probably an accurate portrayal of Hollywood history.

Still, what a wondrous clip.

Eden said...

I have to admit, I got a lot of the early women but how in the WORLD do you have an amalgamation of great female faces in cinema without Louise Brooks? Yikee cripees.

O' Tim said...

That is impressive! I gave particular sighs for Dietrich, Garbo, Stanwyck, Bacall, MacLaine, Bergen, Hunter, Foster and Theron.

lady said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely video. I did terribly naming them, but I enjoyed watching his other videos.