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Hello Internet, welcome to Film Theory!

―MatPats' Film Theory intro

The Film Theorists or Film Theory is a spin-off channel of The Game Theorists. It is similar to The Game Theorists in concept but focuses on television and film rather than video game content. The channel, like its predecessor, was created by Matthew Patrick, better known as MatPat.

Film Theory

Film Theory, like Game Theory, is a show which over-analyzes a certain part of pop culture, namely for this show Films and Television. There are currently over 180 episodes of Film Theory which have been released on things like:

  • Can the Doctor Exist? (Consists of three parts)
  • Who is Jon Snow's mother?
  • How to win an Oscar (Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress) (Consists of two parts, with one being how to make an award-winning film)

The Film Theorists will post film theories on a weekly basis from now on with videos pertaining to recent film media.

Did You Know Movies

Did You Know Movies is a show on The Film Theorists created in league with Did You Know Gaming and Did You Know Anime. The show is presented in a typical Did You Know Gaming format with random trivia being thrown at about a certain film or film-related topic that is the main focus of the episode. The first episode of the series debued on June 2, 2015 with an episode on the Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs. Did You Know Movies is no longer being uploaded on the channel.

Frame by Frame

Frame by Frame was a show on the channel that explains how the complex visual language on the movies are: "That if used correctly it can inspire a seemingly unimaginable depth of feeling, or sleep depending on what you're watching." (Kyle). On the first video , Kyle explains how framing worked to and how it was first created. Other Frame by Frame Videos involve:

Frame by Frame is no longer active.

Video View Milestones

  • 1 billion views: April 5, 2019
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