It’s been a long and exciting year for movies with several films that are bound to be favorites for a long time. Kees van Dijkhuizen has put together a compilation of movie clips set to several amazing soundtracks and wishes to share it with you all.
We’ve reached the end of yet another unforgettable year of movies. Not only did this years movies push boundaries even further, they did so with impeccable risks. In a time of recession and playing-it-safe, films like Inception and The Social Network still found a great audience. But smaller films also, like Blue Valentine, Splice, Buried and Breaking Upwards found a loving audience. It’s crazy to think that all these films came out in one year, and so I tried my best do give them each a moment of glory.
I purposely chose for a more personal approach this year, seeing as a lot of other editors were making their own film retrospective. Cinema 2010 is a lot darker and deeper than 2009 and even hints to situations in my own life a couple of times (like my fear of heights and me finishing high school). I hope people will enjoy it even though it’s a little more heavy than past years, but that was because this has been quite a heavy year for me. Learn more about making Cinema 2010.
Thank you all for supporting the Cinema series and I greatly appreciate all your enthusiasm for my work. I just want you to know that without your amazing support, I probably wouldn’t be where I am now. Like not in a chair in my room, but editing wise. Check out more Cinema here.
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Again I ask you to support creativity and don’t steal it. If you want to enjoy the music used in this video, please do so by buying the tracks from a music store. This, of course, goes for movies as well. Here’s a link to the tracks in the iTunes Store.
Want to know what that one movie was? Check out a (insanely detailed) list over here.
Audio Copyright Notices:
‘Sigh No More’ by Mumford and Sons remains courtesy of Mumford and Sons, under exclusive licence to V2 Records International Ltd t/a Cooperative Music, ® 2009.
‘Invaders Must Die’ by The Prodigy remains courtesy of Cooking Vinyl Ventures Prodigy Limited under exclusive worldwide license to Cooking Vinyl Limited, ® 2009.
‘I’m Sorry, But I’m Beginning To Hate Your Face’ by Eagle Seagull remains courtesy of Eagle Seagull Music Inc., released under exclusive licence by [PIAS] Recordings ([PIAS] Recordings is a label of the [PIAS] Entertainment Group.), ® 2009.
‘Creep’ by Scala & Kolacny Brothers remains courtesy of Fratelli BVBA. Released under exclusive license by Wall Of Sound, ® 2010.
Edit © Kees van Dijkhuizen, 2010. Copying, selling or unauthorized use of this clip is against the law.
This project was 100% non-profit and not aimed at breaking copyright laws.
Thanks to Kees van Dijkhuizen for allowing us to host this!