Significant form is the opposite of pedestrian rendition; it is like seeing something familiar in a new and refreshingly important light. Because it has great density and energy, significant form conveys narrative information with weight. At the juncture of well-chosen shots with such forms, something mysterious happens which resembles a chemical reaction. Images fit together so magnificently that they ascend to a higher level of visual meaning.
– Stefan Sharff

Elements of Cinema
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Aaron Weiss founded CinemaFunk in September 2009 after recieving his degree in Cinema Studies from the University of Central Florida. In 2012, he received his Master's in Cinema Studies from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He works full-time as a Senior Web Strategist at Tampa SEO Training Academy. When not doing either, Aaron is watching Indycar races, taking a hike, or riding his bike in Tampa, FL.