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Uploaded on Dec 21, 2011
A mix of laughs, kisses, fights, tears and everything in between. Here's what brought us together this year.
List of films and music used in the description.
God, I love cinema. Each year I'm reminded of the sheer force a couple of frames can hold, and it's something only found in film. It seems to just fly by, and if you don't pay attention, you might miss it all. A gorgeous masterpiece about one family coping with the end of the world, the portrait of a young man diagnosed with cancer, the end of a ten-year adventure that reached millions, a cynical writer discovering the magic of Paris... No matter how you look at it, 2011 had something to offer for everyone.
After Cinema 2008, 2009 and 2010, I decided to take a new approach. Artists like Gen and Matt have explored new terrain of the end-of-the-year montage and the urge to keep Cinema's identity intact became bigger than ever. After experimenting with a more personal vision last year, I decided to focus more on the year itself rather than my vision on it.
The Cinema series has a special place for me because bringing so many films together makes it so very clear why we want to spend hours and hours in a dark room filled with strangers. As always, thanks a million to my wonderful subscribers and viewers, everyone who I've had the joy of sharing my passion with and everyone else who've made my YouTube career such a wonderful success. This one's for you.
Now comes all the boring stuff. Go on, get out of here.
'My Fear #1 (UK Version)', written and performed by Cloud Control, taken from the album 'Bliss Release', remains courtesy of Infectious, ℗ 2011 'Civilization', written and performed by Justice, taken from the album 'Audio, Video, Disco.', remains courtesy of Ed Banger Records under exclusive license to Because Music., ℗ 2011 'Young Blood', written and performed by The Naked and Famous, taken from the album 'Passive Me, Aggressive You', remains courtesy of Somewhat Damaged under exclusive license to Polydor UK Ltd., ℗ 2011 'Spanish Sahara (with London Contemporary Orchestra)', written and performed by Foals with the London Contemporary Orchestra, taken from the EP 'Spanish Sahara', remains courtesy of Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2010
'Cinema 2011' was a non-profit project made solely for entertainment purposes, not aimed at breaking copyright law. All rights to all material remain courtesy of their respective owners.