Since the early days of cinema, artists have carefully designed film titles to captivate audiences and set the film’s mood.
To bring attention to this often overlooked art form, Dutch graphic designer (and movie lover) Christian Annyas has put together The Movie Title Stills Collection.
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The website collects and neatly organizes film titles by decade, from the 1920’s to present.


This changed in the sixties when only the most important people like actors and directors were mentioned in the opening credits, the rest of the cast and crew would be mentioned during the (now often minutes-long) closing credits. For the motion side of things, check out The Art of the Title and Forget the Film, Watch the Titles.
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To illustrate how film titles have evolved over the years, we've chosen some of our favorites from the collection. While most movie-related websites are releasing lists containing the best movies made in the past decade I decided to focus on the end.


But, today I was organizing files I found a random screen shot I took of one in the outline setting.



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