From #MBS movie throwback Thursday...The incredible finale to #Busbyberkeley 's #42ndstreet (1933). There's a reason I say the 1930's is the greatest decade in the history of #cinema. If you're studying film or want to be a filmmaker, there is no greater decade to learn from.
Filmmakers such as Berkeley, the masterful Victor Fleming, Fritz Lang, Frank Capra, and many more had so much genius in their heads that they were able to revolutionise filmmaking without even knowing what it actually could be before they did. They transformed the way films were shot, stories were written, productions were designed, and so forth by trying a lot of bold and original #cinematographic ideas that have now become what we are familiar to. But these are the ones who started that, and it's this type of intelligence that you should really learn from.
If you love #Martinscorses, he'll tell you the exact same thing as he learnt everything he knows about filmmaking from these pioneers. I advise you to definitely study this era, you'll walk away so much more passionate about cinema!