Lost in the Movies: #WatchlistScreenCaps, 2/8 - 2/12 (the final round-up)

#WatchlistScreenCaps, 2/8 - 2/12 (the final round-up)

Here are the last ten films I watched (except for my Hollywood classic marathon, which was gathered on a separate page), with a screen-captured image and caption. Linked titles lead to my posts on that film. This is my final round-up, although two concluding posts will go up later today. One entry features screen-cap "cast-offs" I took without using (many of which are equally or more compelling than the images I chose), while the concluding entry links to numerous pages organizing my viewing diary chronologically (by release date) and by category. That last entry will also include a screen-cap from one more film, the final movie I'll be watching in the twelve months from February 12, 2013 to February 12, 2014. It will be a short film; appropriately enough, my final feature was Yellow Submarine, the film I chose to illustrate my announcement of the #WatchlistScreenCaps series one year ago. Visit my #WatchlistScreenCaps archive for images from everything I've watched in the past year.

A fable set in the modern world - just barely
viewed February 8, 2014
La Strada (1954), dir. Federico Fellini

The wisdom to plant the seed, the patience to let it grow
viewed February 9, 2014
Yeelen (1987), dir. Souleymane Cissé

"We march united!" sings the crowd, but the lonely couple knows better
viewed February 10, 2014
Floating Clouds (1955), dir. Mikio Naruse

The YouTube home movie as adventure epic
finished February 10, 2014
lonelygirl15 (2006 - 2008), crea. Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg & Amanda Goodfried

Multifaceted presentation of new media's storytelling strategies
viewed February 10, 2014
LG15: The Resistance (2008), dir. Yusuf Pirhasan, Ram Paul Silbey

"Stop talking about the South. If you're south of the Canadian border, you're in the South!"
viewed February 10, 2014
Malcolm X (1972), dir. Arnold Perl

Playfully mocking mortality in a Boston park, after his father's assassination but before his own
viewed February 10, 2014
Malcolm X (1992), dir. Spike Lee

On February 11, I watched ten Hollywood classics and included those screen-caps in a separate post.

Joining the boss for a drink can be the opposite of relaxing
viewed February 12, 2014
The Butler (2013), dir. Lee Daniels

"Now I'm going to close my diary, with tons of feeling...I will just follow the natural flow of life."
viewed February 12, 2014
Memoires (2014), dir. Bruno Noaro

When I was in preschool, this film introduced me to the Beatles...and so much more besides!
viewed February 12, 2014
Yellow Submarine (1968), dir. George Dunning

#SeenOnBigScreen • Gravity (2013) on 2/9

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