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Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info

Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info

Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:

Danny Boyle British Filmmaker
1956- Present

Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.

Early Life
      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.
       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.
       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.

 Career
      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.
      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.
      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).
      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.

 Films    
                     
1994
Shallow Grave
1996
Trainspotting
1997
Twin Town
A Lifeless Ordinary
2000
The Beach
2002
28 Days Later
2004
Millions
2007
Sunshine
28 Weeks Later
2008
Slumdog Millionaire
Alien Love Triangle
2010
127 Hours
2013
Trance
2015
Steve Jobs
2017
T2 Trainspotting
Battle of the Sexes

Television Shows

1987
The Rockingham Shoot
Scout
The Venus de Milo Instead
1989
Elephant
Monkeys
The Nightwatch
1989-93
Screenplay
1990-92
Inspector Morse
1991
For the Greater Good
1993
Mr. Wroe's Virgins
2001
Strumpet
Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise
2012
 Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony
2014
Babylon
2017
Alternativity
2018
Trust

Awards
(Slumdog Millionaire)

      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’
      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.
      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.
      Noteworthy:
BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.

 Awards
      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.
      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.
      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.
 Style

Use of Low angle & High angle shots 

Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info

    Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ 



Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’

Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots


Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info
Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’


Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’

Use of Point of View shots
Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info
Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info

 
Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’

Use of Exaggerated Color
Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’  
Camera Placement
Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info

Use of Time-Lapse Sequences
Use of Dream Sequences
Use of Voice of Narration
Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info Danny Boyle Prominent British Filmmaker_BD Films Info    Contemporary and Prominent British Filmmaker and his Filmmaking Styles:    Danny Boyle British Filmmaker 1956- Present    Danny Boyle has directed many of the most unique, unconventional and stylish films in contemporary cinema. His framing and camera placement is usually the strongest of his style, able to use different angles in unexpected places.    Early Life  •      Danny Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England, as the son of Irish immigrants.  •       Boyle discovered his passion for film at a young age.  •       He attended the University of Wales for a short period of time, but he left to pursue a career in the theater.     Career  •      During the mid-to-late 1980s, he worked as a director with a number of companies including the ‘Joint Stock Theatre Company’, the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal Court Theatre’.  •      On British television, he directed several movies and a few episodes of the popular ’Inspector Morse’ mystery series.  •      On the big screen, he made his directorial debut with ’Shallow Grave’ (1994).  •      The film proved successful in Britain and earned Boyle more than 14 awards, including a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Screenplay.     Films                             1994  Shallow Grave  1996  Trainspotting  1997  Twin Town  A Lifeless Ordinary  2000  The Beach  2002  28 Days Later  2004  Millions  2007  Sunshine  28 Weeks Later  2008  Slumdog Millionaire  Alien Love Triangle  2010  127 Hours  2013  Trance  2015  Steve Jobs  2017  T2 Trainspotting  Battle of the Sexes   Television Shows    1987  The Rockingham Shoot  Scout  The Venus de Milo Instead  1989  Elephant  Monkeys  The Nightwatch  1989-93  Screenplay  1990-92  Inspector Morse  1991  For the Greater Good  1993  Mr. Wroe's Virgins  2001  Strumpet  Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise  2012   Summer Olympic Opening Ceremony  2014  Babylon  2017  Alternativity  2018  Trust    Awards (Slumdog Millionaire)    •      Among all of his films, he is mostly famous for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’  •      He got the Academy Award as ‘Best director’ for this film in 2008.  •      He received almost 15 awards for best direction in the same year.  •      Noteworthy:  BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, New York Film Critics Award, British Independent Film Award etc.     Awards  •      He was also nominated for Academy Award on the category of ‘Best Screenplay’ and ‘Best Picture’ in 2010 for his film ‘127 Hours’.  •      This film was also nominated for BAFTA Award in 2010 on the category of ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Screenplay’.  •      He also received the ‘Empire Award’ as Best Director for his film ‘Shallow Grave’ in 1996.   Style    Use of Low angle & High angle shots     Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info       Low Angle shot used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’         High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’_BD Films Info  High Angle shot used in ‘127 Hours’     Use of Dutch Tilt angle shots       Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’_BD Films Info  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’  Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’      Dutch Tilt Angle used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Slumdog Millionaire’    Use of Point of View shots   Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Slumdog Millionaire'_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info  Point of View shot in ‘Trainspotting’_BD Films Info    Point of View shots used in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ & ‘Trainspotting’    Use of Exaggerated Color   Strong color used in ‘Sunshine’ & ‘Steve Jobs’    Camera Placement  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info  Camera in impossible places_BD Films Info    Use of Time-Lapse Sequences  Use of Dream Sequences  Use of Voice of Narration  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info  Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info
Use of Voice of Narration_BD Films Info



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