Kurosawa Color

by Fandor

Philip Brubaker devotes this video essay to Akira Kurosawa’s color films, analyzing how the director employed his knowledge of color theory from his background as a painter, to imbue his films with symbolic meaning and draw the audience’s attention to important details within the frame.  

Directed by

Akira Kurosawa

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