FXPHD - MOG204 - Typography in Title design

 FXPHD - MOG204 - Typography in Title design

FXPHD - MOG204 - Typography in Title design

10 Class | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 2.5 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

We begin by looking at a short history of some of the most innovative and influential graphical and typographical sequences: from Saul Bass's groundbreaking opening sequences for Hitchcock, and the graphical expression inherent in iconic Sixties movies such as James Bond and Clockwork Orange, via 'Alien' and 'Se7en', and right through to current notable typographic milestones including 'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang' and the stable of Imaginary Forces work.

This early focus on the 'language' being used by the typography then takes a practical turn, as we put together two very different genre title sequences- but using the same base footage- to very different effect, due to typographical approach and graphical styling.

Along the way we will look at many different examples of how fonts and layout express themselves: through sci fi and horror, to comedy, historical epics, thrillers- each genre seems to employ different type faces to signify a specific language. Throughout, we will look at how branding, and generic usage of typography give and add real presence and impact to a movie, effectively expressing it's characteristics and personality, and adding to the narrative early-on in the piece.

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