Screenshot is, first of all, a bar and a screening room, with an adjoining event space. It will cater to afternoon coffee and wine drinkers during the day, to cocktail drinkers in the evenings. Guests will find us to be an ideal meeting point for pre and post-film discussion, or just meeting with like-minded friends.
The rough cut is the first stage in which the film begins to resemble its final face. The term originates from the early days of filmmaking when film stock was physically cut and reassembled, but is still used to describe projects that are recorded and edited digitally.
Scotch and Cognac. A peaty tribute
to the Sazerac.
Dogme was a filmmaking movement started in 1995 by the Danish directors Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg. Dogme 95 were a series of rules to create filmmaking based on the traditional values of story, acting and theme, excluding the use of elaborate special effects or technology. It was an attempt to take back power for the director as an artist, as opposed to the studio.
Gin. A Nordic roughness, simple yet deep flavours.
A style or genre of cinematographic film marked by a mood of pessimism, fatalism, and menace. The term was originally applied by French critics to American thriller or detective films made in the period 1944–54.
Bourbon. Peaty, sourish, tea-dried.
Soviet montage theory is an approach to creating cinema that relies heavily upon editing. It is the principal contribution of Soviet film theorists to global cinema, and brought formalism to bear on filmmaking.
For Vodka lovers. Fruity, long, sweet & sour.