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Como gran fan de Akira Kurosawa, este video me pareció excelente. Un detallado ensayo sobre cómo el director trabaja el movimiento y la composición cada plano de sus películas. Si están estudiando para ser directores de cine, aquí tienen un excelente material —que aparte tiene subtítulos en español: sólo deben apretar la opción de CC—. No…

Akira Kurosawa: Composing Movement, by Tony Zhou

“The Seven Samurai” (1954, dir. Akira Kurosawa)

One of the many gorgeous painterly compositions in maestro Akira Kurosawa’s movie classic Seven Samurai

Dreams by Akira Kurosawa

Akira Kurosawa)By gcapshare

Ikiru is a 1952 Japanese film co-written and directed by Akira Kurosawa. The film examines the struggles of a minor Tokyo bureaucrat and his final quest for meaning. The film is inspired by the Leo Tolstoy short story "The Death of Ivan Ilyich".

SEEN ✓ - Ikiru is a 1952 Japanese film co-written and directed by Akira Kurosawa. The film examines the struggles of a minor Tokyo bureaucrat and his final quest for meaning. The film is inspired by the Leo Tolstoy short story "The Death of Ivan Ilyich".

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Akira Kurosawa was a Japanese film director, screenwriter, producer, and editor. Regarded as one of the most important and influential filmmakers in the history of cinema, Kurosawa directed 30 films in a career spanning 57 years.

«Kagemusha» (1980, Akira Kurosawa) se desarrollada en el Japón feudal, devastado por guerras en las que un ladrón de poca monta es elegido para suplantar a un poderoso señor de la guerra tras su muerte. Una película de la que podemos encontrar influencias, no sólo en el "Bram Stoker's Dracula" de Francis Ford Coppola, uno de los productores de la película junto a George Lucas, sino también en el comienzo de "The Lord of the Rings" inicio de la trilogía de Peter Jackson.

Kagemusha (1980)

Rashômon 羅生門 1950, Akira Kurosawa.  A stunning recreation of Ryūnosuke Akutagawa's "Rashomon" and "In The Grove" novels. Kurosawa is a master of beautiful photography. And Toshiro Mifune is indeed a 4-dimensional actor!

Toshiro Mifune & Machiko Kyō in Rashomon - 羅生門 - (dir. Akira Kurosawa, - A stunning recreation of Ryūnosuke Akutagawa's "Rashomon" and "In The Grove" novels. Kurosawa is a master of beautiful photography.

Akira Kurosawa & Toshirô Mifune on the set of Yojimbo(1961)

Akira Kurosawa y Toshirô Mifune en el set de 'Yojimbo' (El mercenario)

Ikiru - Tuomittu (1952) by Akira Kurosawa  Photos with Takashi Shimura (I adore this movie like no other.)

生きる Ikiru (To Live) - Starring Shimura Takashi “I’m telling you, it’s our human duty to enjoy life…Wasting our lives is a blasphemy against God. Let us go reclaim the life you have wasted.” - from "Ikiru"

The past, present, and future. The thoughts and images of one man...for all men. One man's dreams...for every dreamer. (Akira Kurosawa's Dreams.)

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