The Art of Close-Ups with Edgar Wright

Shaun of the Dead
Writer/director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and The World’s End) has made a name for himself by creating comedies that feel very much like the genre they are parodying. One of the many tools he uses for doing this is close-ups. In this video essay from /Film, edited by David Chen (/Filmcast and /Film), Wright reveals his secrets on the art of close-ups and plunges into how he uses them to cut between scenes.

Please visit /Film.com to read David Chen’s post on his video essay.
– Myrna E. Duarte
The Art of Close-Ups with Edgar Wright edited by David Chen  Like movies? Like to write about movies?  Send us your submissions to: moviefiednyc@gmail.com

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