Dunkirk re-edited as a Silent Film – The Power of Visual Storytelling

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A translation of Nolan’s Dunkirk into an 8-minute Silent Film that showcases the strength of its visual storytelling.

Thanks to my fellow Youtube creators for giving me feedback and helping me out with some technical issues on this project! Be sure to check out their channels too:
Storytellers – www.youtube.com/channel/UCbphDfwSJmxk1Ny_3Oicrng
Beyond the Frame – www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ7g7HfH1gWmhgxW47IcW7Q
Before the Credits – www.youtube.com/channel/UCujloQnbJuj0vM1XgY3laZQ
Thomas Flight – www.youtube.com/channel/UCUyvQV2JsICeLZP4c_h40kA
The Discarded Image – www.youtube.com/channel/UCJKLIcSts_4XpVbORwzLZVw

Featured films;
Dunkirk

Music;
Mattia Cupelli – Dark Tension Rising Music www.youtube.com/channel/UCqsGQVl-_k5qGE-PwGKO5DA
Gustav Holst – The Planets, Op. 32 – I. Mars (Performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra)
Edward Elgar – Nimrod, no. 9 from ‘Enigma’ variations, Op. 36 (Performed by the Davis High School Symphony Orchestra)
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