The creative process cannot be silenced.
Due to financial adversity, German filmmaker Oskar Fischinger created one of cinema’s more unique films.
His name is Binder…Maurice Binder. And he is the man who is responsible for creating the provocative, sensuous and absolutely unforgettable title designs for 14 of the James Bond films.
A rock star among his motion graphic-designing peers, Kyle Cooper is modern-day cinema’s leader in cutting-edge title design. After catching the world’s eye with his riveting title credits for the hit movie Se7en, Cooper has continued making outstanding title sequences for over 150 films.
While he is considered a master of quick cuts and for using multiple images within a single frame, Pablo Ferro is perhaps best known for his distinctive hand-drawn titles used in Stanley Kubrick’s modern-day classic film Dr. Strangelove.
A master of computerized title sequences, John Whitney is an unsung hero in the world of motion graphics for his pivotal contributions to Vertigo’s famous opening sequence.
For his unforgettable, cutting-edge work with cinematic titans such as Hitchcock, Preminger and Scorsese, Saul Bass is considered the undisputed originator of film title design.
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“It has never been my object to record my dreams, just the determination to realize them.”