Unfortunately, most of the movie channels with a huge audience either have to adapt to the tastes of the majority and choose the most opportunistic films, or initially did not differ in an interesting taste. Of the little-known, but good channels with the original choice of the monitored, the following can be advised:
Channel of the festival of auteur cinema "Kinolikbez" - a lot of materials about film classics and modern novelties of auteur cinema.
Satantango Films is an author's channel with interesting points of view on films.
Video magazine "Objective" - novelties of the author's and not so much cinema.
On YouTube there is a lot of letsky about cinema, easy to understand, for example, materials of film critic Anton Dolin. Also, if you are interested in the point of view of a person on the cinema, on whose consciousness lies the painful stamp of Russian film education, you can watch the channel of Ivan Didenko.
Cat & Play: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4o1W-AnV3iLmCPOgAgh82A - channel with video essay on movies and games
... and Action !: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeZmbS6k-xrf8CjBZ9WxjNg - channel with video essays on movies
MovieScience : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4C3pEdtIrn2QIUz1-pVrwg - channel with video essays on cinema Lutsai: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyPvbjMjnQBn-6FcxxovSHA/ - channel with video- essays on film, games and art in general
Vox Catchers - https: / /www.youtube.com/channel/UCWFq7T3WE3rOoIArXAWRIgg - From Vox to Nerdwreiter
Mediocre Voiceover - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCGfDOgisRO_e8pkw95T36g/ - Although he has recently stopped doing voice acting but the videos still remain
Denis Gulyar - https://www.youtube.com/user/ElDeonisio/videos there are a couple of voices Every Frame a Painting
CinemaTyler - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7GV-3hrA9kDKrren0QMKMg
The MovieScience channel makes quite high-quality videos (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4C3pEdtIrn2QIUz1-pVrwg) There is an analysis of directors, analysis of all sorts of tricks with a camera, etc. Channel in Russian
"MovieScience", a video essay on the topic of cinema art, very informative, and of high quality.
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Of the unnamed ones I will add CineFix. A fairly large channel with its own editorial board, with reviews and tops, but their tops differ in the principle of selection, you will understand how to look at a few. There are selections with gracefully filmed scenes and an analysis of why they are exactly like that :) In general, a very good channel.
It's worth mentioning a channel called Basic Filmmaker if you are interested in the technical side of the issue. He has very informative, capacious and interesting videos about equipment, sound, chroma key, etc.
I'll also add:
Channel Criswell - started with detailed reviews of famous films, but later added videos about cinematography / editing / directing to its content. Now, however, he is being tried for copyright, so new things rarely appear, but old ones are worth a look.
Now You See It - analyze different aspects of cinema. Very close in theme to the mentioned Every Frame a Painting.
StrucciMovies - there are not many videos on the channel, but there is a series "SO YOU WANNA BE A FILM NERD", which tells how to approach watching films in order to see more in them than the average viewer.
Just for shits and giggles:
The Film Theorists - all sorts of ridiculous (and not so) theories and hidden meanings "hidden" in popular films. There are several serial types of videos, one of them - Frame by Frame - about filmmaking, but at a very populist level.
Wisecrack - they watch movies from an "alien" perspective, but they also have a series "The Philosophy of ...", in which the ideological component of various films / TV series is sharply analyzed.
I will add the YouTube channel Nerdwriter1 (https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdwriter1) - using the example of famous films, he understands how music, light, and setting a frame affect the perception of cinema, what is the uniqueness of the style of certain directors a selection of the best roles on some topics. And there is also a funny Film theorists (https://www.youtube.com/user/FilmTheorists), where in the Frame by frame heading they analyze techniques in popular films, and also talk about funny movie theories like "Dory the fish is actually faking amnesia"
1) Film courage - lots of tips for directing, scripting, and marketing in the film industry
2) Film riot - In fact, a guide to making videos and films, channel hosts share secrets about how how to create high-quality films and videos with minimal costs
3) IndependentVFX - this channel is almost entirely devoted to special effects and how to create them the easiest way
4) Matthew Pearce - videos on this channel about Apple's techniques and programs, explains in an accessible and short manner
5) Frugal Filmmaker - for those who are looking for the most budgetary ways to make films. The channel talks about inexpensive equipment and all sorts of technical details
6) Filmmaker IQ - in fact, an online film school with professional advice and useful instructions on various specialized topics
7) D4Darious - an interesting blog about creating movies, including all the tips listed above :)