After the crime scene has been managed and the initial assessment (recording the original situation and how it was discovered) is complete, the forensic photographers arrive on the scene. The jury cannot revisit the scene of a crime during court sessions, so photographs can help to vividly recreate the scene as well as create a lasting record of the evidence so it can be properly analyzed in a forensic laboratory.
September 30, 1946: Actress Jeanne Crain Jeanne Crain was sort of the Molly Ringwald of her day, a beautiful redhead who specialized in playing smart, sensitive, strong-willed, wholesome teen heroines. In this scene from the 1946 comedy Margie, she showed how a bookish, unpopular high schooler might still begin to enchant her dream guy and ultimately win him over at the prom -- all captured with a splash of sexy in this cover photograph by Peter Stackpole
Film Techniques of Alfred Hitchcock is a 28+ minute masterclass in filmmaking that concentrates on the different approaches Hitchcock undertook to create great films. It is divided into two parts, the first is “Mind of Audience” and the second “Film is Simplicity.” Within these 28 minutes, learn how everything must be designed for the viewer with emotion as the starting place and aim of the cinematic narrative, and how it is the filmmaker’s style that allows for a film to become…
Memento is a 2000 American psychological thriller and neo-noir film written and directed by Christopher Nolan, adapted from his younger brother Jonathan's short story, Memento Mori. Memento is presented as two different sequences of scenes: a series in black-and-white that are shown chronologically, and a series of color sequences shown in reverse order. The two sequences "meet" at the end of the film, producing one common story.