Watch: Stunning Look at the Year in Cinema with 'Filmography 2011'

December 14, 2011
Source: YouTube

Filmography 2011

We've already featured a fair share of videos recapping the decent year we've had in film throughout 2011, and while we've featured a couple pieces from some new editors on the scene, this one comes from someone we've featured before, and is well worth sharing. After this we'll slow down on the year in review videos, but this one is just too stunning to pass up. YouTube user Genrocks is back with Filmography 2011 (watch last year's installment right here if you missed it), and it's a finely crafted piece of work with great highlights from films like Limitless, Moneyball, The Ides of March, Bridesmaids, and more. Watch below!

Here's another fantastic look at the year in film with Filmography 2011:

Genrocks simply put together a collection featuring anything that was either produced or distributed in 2011 for what he calls, "A 230-film retrospective that celebrates this year's movies and their amazing capacity to transport us through the boundaries of space, time, and identity." It's really quite an all-encompassing look at the past year on the big screen featuring indies like Super, big budget blockbusters like Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Thor, and awards contenders like Carnage and The Artist all seemingly interacting with one another. See the entire list of films and music used in the video right here. Cool?

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  • Zade
    Purely fantastic, best one yet
  • Crab
    Was looking forward to this one. I remember the last years one of Genrocks
  • Xerxexx
    Finally...one that I like.
  • IshmelixD
    i love being able to list most of these movies, thanks to this site!
    Although it had a lot of the same bits from the first one featured on FirstShowing.net, I like this one a lot more.
  • Josh
    best one




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