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20 Best Filmography Picture Winners & Nominees

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Let’s talk about FILMography. Have you ever heard that term?  Probably you heard filmography but both are not the same.

This is a project which is invented by Christopher Moloney and this man is doing something very uncommon.

He attaches the film and the photography together and this is how mainly it sounds. Let’s have some brief.
He watches movies and select photos from the movie clip and then runs into the exact location and takes the present-day photos.

Then compare both of the photos and took another photo of comparison. He has gone to many cities for this profession.

Tokyo, New York, Toronto, Paris, Chicago, Rome, and many more cities are traveled by him for this purpose.

Here are 20 beautiful photos we have arranged for you to see his creativity and hard work.

20 Best Filmography Picture Winners & Nominees

1. Annie Hall

Annie Hall, directed by Woody Allen (1977)
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This movie was directed by Woody Allen (1977)

2. Baby Mama

Baby Mama, directed by Michael McCullers (2008) filmography
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This movie was directed by Michael McCullers (2008)

3. Catch Me If You Can

Catch Me If You Can, directed by Steven Spielberg (2002) filmography
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This movie was directed by Steven Spielberg (2002)

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4. Die Hard with a Vengeance

Die Hard with a Vengeance, directed by John McTiernan (1995) filmography
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This movie was directed by John McTiernan (1995)

5. Doctor Who The Angels Take Manhattan

Doctor Who The Angels Take Manhattan, directed by Nick Hurran (2012) filmography
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This movie was directed by Nick Hurran (2012)

6. Elf

Doctor Who The Angels Take Manhattan, directed by Nick Hurran (2012)
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This movie was directed by Jon Favreau (2003)

7. Good Will Hunting

Good Will Hunting, directed by Gus Van Sant (1997) filmography
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This movie was directed by Gus Van Sant (1997)

8. Léon The Professional

Léon The Professional, directed by Luc Besson (1994)
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This movie was directed by Luc Besson (1994)

9. Little Manhattan

Léon The Professional, directed by Luc Besson (1994)
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This movie was directed by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett (2005)

10. Lulu on the Bridge

Lulu on the Bridge, directed by author Paul Auster (1998)
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This movie was directed by author Paul Auster (1998)

11. Marathon Man

Marathon Man, directed by John Schlesinger (1976)
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This movie was directed by John Schlesinger (1976)

12. Resident Evil

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, directed by Edgar Wright (2010)
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This movie was directed by Paul W. S. Anderson (2002)

13. Rocky

Resident Evil, directed by Paul W. S. Anderson (2002)
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This movie was directed by John G. Avildsen (1976)

14. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, directed by Edgar Wright (2010)
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This movie was directed by Edgar Wright (2010)

15. Rocky

Rocky, directed by John G. Avildsen (1976)
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This movie was directed by John G. Avildsen (1976)

16. The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises, directed by Jonathan Nolan (2012)
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This movie was directed by Jonathan Nolan (2012)

17. The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Talented Mr. Ripley, directed by Anthony Minghella (1999)
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This movie was directed by Anthony Minghella (1999)

18. Ghost

Ghost, directed by Jerry Zucker (1990)

This movie was directed by Jerry Zucker (1990)

19. The Avengers

Ghost, directed by Jerry Zucker (1990)
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This movie was directed by Joss Whedon (2012)

20. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Breakfast at Tiffany's, directed by Blake Edwards (1961)
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This movie was directed by Blake Edwards (1961)

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I worked in Los Angeles and New York in movie sets, studios, production offices and more. I also studied film and narrative at Princeton University with minors in Visual Arts and Creative Writing. Taking advantage of all this experience, I have talked about the film industry in The Huffington Post, in Tedx Talk, conferences and on my YouTube channel. But above all I can not stop watching superhero movies and annoy my friends and family with my comments of analysis and discussion.

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