Monday, April 4

Watching films


This weekend I had fun watching Frida, with Salma Hayek. The colours were gorgeous so I did a little colour study. This could possibly be my new favourite thing to do. I wonder what films I should do next. Any tips for wonderfully colourful films?

9 comments:

jessica january said...

that is such an interesting idea!
a single man is an absolutely beautiful film visually. and pretty much in every other way as well.

january, x
jessicajanuary.com

Sophia Richardson said...

Wes Anderson films tend to be pretty visual, and The Fall is totally gorgeous, bright glorious colours everywhere.
- Sophia.

Connie Harper said...

King's Speech! :D xx

Kid Cubby said...

Bugger I was going to say The Fall too.

anika said...

I love this idea. Amelie might be a fun one since red & green are somewhat of a theme through the movie, but there are lots of other colors too.

Nicky said...

I sometimes watch something and pick up the words and experiment with calligraphy. A good colourful film I recommend is The cave with the yellow dog. An absolutely wonderful film

The Shopping Sherpa said...

I was going to suggest A Single Man as well. Never Let Me Go also has an interesting colour palette...

Michelle said...

What a creative idea. I must admit the only movie that I ever really noticed the colours was "Great expectations" with Gwyneth Paltrow leaned very much towards green. Spanish movies I would imagine are great for that too.

Laura-Beth Cowley said...

fantastic mr fox has allot of very warm colours, and hanna though not out on dvd yet has allot of very sharp but cold colours... this is a great idea