Who do you think will win Best Visual Effects tonight at the Academy Awards? Avatar and its impressive digital world might seem like a clear front runner. In a time before CGI, practical effects were king and Kong wowed. To this day King Kong has some tricks up its sleeve, teaching new films students about movie magic.
Hi thank you all for watching! I never intended for so many to see it! I am a film student and I made this as a project and uploaded it to YouTube for my portfolio for an internship somewhere. It was a very rushed project so I definitely might have accidentally said the wrong thing and never realized. They definitely met in WW1 and I can’t believe I accidentally said WW2 🤯! I am learning with film as I go so thank you for your criticism! I do hope people learned something about my favorite movie of all time
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