I’m interested in finding examples of kinetic typography or motion graphic design in film that is used within’ the story rather than the opening credits sequence.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and Sherlock are stylized specifically through their liberal use of motion graphic design. Conversely, Oldboy (2003) and Pulp Fiction both use the technique one time and only one time.
Some films use the technique as a means to display text messages without having to cut to the phone’s screen constantly. I think Non-stop (2014) did this pretty effectively.
If anyone wants to help me out and is willing to give me some examples I would greatly appreciate it. You can choose to share by reblogging them into this post or messaging me the title of the movie/show you are thinking of.