A film is a kind of experience that could leave a mark on people’s brains and hearts for a long time. Therefore, to have that kind of experience, the cinematography of the film is the foremost element along with the story. The cinematography is a storytelling tool of the film. The entire mood of a film is influenced by everything from lighting to framing to the type of technology employed to film it.

Even so, if films are told with good camera movements, films filled with complete silence become interesting. Hence, keeping these things on the note, below are some films with the best cinematography.

1. The Revenant

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Hugh Glass, a famed frontiersman, is injured by a violent bear assault while exploring unknown terrain in 1823. Glass must use his survival abilities to find a way back home. While dodging natives on their own hunt after his hunting squad abandons him. Glass wanders through the wintry terrain, grief-stricken. He is driven by revenge, in search of John Fitzgerald, his former confidant who deceived and abandoned him.

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2. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance)

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Riggan Thomson is a British actor who played the famed superhero “Birdman” for almost two decades. Now in his forties, he’s making his Broadway debut, directing “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love”. It is a drama based on a Raymond Carver novel. He’ll play out the show previews with the help of his assistant and daughter Sam, along with his producer Jake. Even when a talented actor he hired, Mike Shiner, acts arbitrarily. The internal issues between him and the other casts. His useless maximum efforts to critics and the unexpected voices of his old character- the Birdman, all conspire to push his sanity until the first debut show.

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3. Titanic

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On the Keldysh, 84 years later, Rose DeWitt Bukater, a 100-year-old woman, narrates the story to her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell, and Anatoly Mikhailovich. It is about her life, which takes place on April 10th, 1912, aboard the Titanic with upper-class passengers, including her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Hockley. Meanwhile, in a game, Jack Dawson, a vagrant and artist, and his best buddy Fabrizio De Rossi win third-class tickets to the ship. And she recounts the entire story from the ship’s departure to its sinking on April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 a.m. on its first and final voyage.

4. Cleopatra

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Cleopatra VII, Egypt’s young Queen, seduces Julius Caesar, who had recently beaten Pompey the Great. She uses her charms to control him and consolidate her authority in 48 B.C. Things will eventually fall into place, and now Cleopatra’s son, Caesarion, has been born. She can practically taste Egypt’s long-awaited union with Rome and the building of a powerful empire. Following Caesar’s untimely death, the beautiful Queen will besiege his powerful Roman General, Mark Antony. As a result. he is leading to his personal and political ruin, as Octavian takes over and wage war on the two loves.

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5. Gone With The Wind

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Scarlett is a strong woman who can handle a nation at war and a burning Atlanta. The carpetbaggers who arrive after the war, the Union Army taking everything from her beloved Tara. Scarlett is stunning. She is vivacious. But Ashley, the man she has lusted after for so long, is marrying Melanie, his calm cousin. Scarlett is warned by Mammy to keep her cool at the Twelve Oaks party. On the day the Civil War begins, there is a new man there. Butler, Rhett. Scarlett is completely unaware that he is in the room when she begs Ashley to choose her over Melanie.