Steven Hill / Film Screens
Posted by Alex
I love film titles, I think most designers do. If you’re looking for a comprehensive collection, Steven Hill’s Movie Title Screens Page is a good place to start. While there is video, there are thousands and thousands of screencaps. Only one shot from each (and you’ll have to look past the old school web design), but it’s a good place to jump off from if you’re looking for some kind of inspiration.
And of course it’s always worth mentioning the amazing Art of the Title Sequence again.
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Mike says:February 8, 2011 at 11:24 am
i have always dug this sequence: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHKBIKv0HjA
katiebluebird says:February 8, 2011 at 11:32 am
For film titles I always look here:
They don’t always have everything probably not as much as the archive you mentioned, but I love the design, and it’s pretty fun to search. Even if they don’t have the one I’m looking for it’s fun to browse for inspiration.
Christian Annyas says:February 10, 2011 at 6:55 am
Thanks for mentioning the collection, Katie.
At the moment I’m adding a lot of stills (and some videos) from title sequences designed by Saul Bass to the Updates section of the Movie title stills collection.
Among them some hidden gems like “The facts of life” (1960)
I’ll be adding another Saul Bass title later today.