Lindsey Stirling - Beyond The Veil Emilie Autumn - What If Celtic Women - Fairies Laura Wright - Down By The Salley Gardens Mediaeval Baebes - Sunrise Lisa Thiel - Ostara (Spring Song) The Cranberries - Just My Imagination Scarborough Fayre - Mediaevil Baebes Rapunzel - Emilie Autumn Senbonzakura - cover by Lindsey Stirling
Headcanon that they manage to find a way to pirate their favourite Earth music in space. And then they blast music from their Lions even though no sound can be heard in space. They like battling on planets because then the Galra hear their music and they feel extra pumped.
When they form Voltron, they have to take turns picking the music, but they mostly agree that when it’s Shiro’s turn, and he breaks out the AC/DC, they always kick twice as much ass as before.
Oh no! But there are so many! It really depends on what exactly you are analyzing so I’ll go by category and I’ll only include ones I have seen. I’ll try to keep it relatively short, so even though a film might fit well in 2 categories (Citizen Kane and No Country come to mind), I will only include them once. The starred films are my favorites in each category.
You want to analyze stories with dynamic characters and well-written plots that are classical, experimental, or somewhere in between? These are wonderful reads and watches:
Cléo de 5 à 7 (Cleo from 5 to 7)
You want to look at compelling cinema that gives a middle finger to classic hollywood storytelling? Look at these:
L'Année dernière à Marienbad (Last Year at Marienbad)**
F for Fake
Un Chien Andalou (An Andalusian Dog)
Cinematography (and Production Design)
You want to look at how color, light, and symbolism are used visually to tell a story and convey emotion? Take in these beautiful films:
Children of Men
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Days of Heaven
Cinema is more than just a visual medium. Here are some films that have exceptional sound design, sound mixing, and soundtracks.
No Country for Old Men**
Saving Private Ryan
Do you want to see how animation in cinema goes beyond children’s stories and adult cartoons? These use animation to push the capabilities of cinema: