Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery is the title. And art is the main theme in our latest obsession. That’s right Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery is hot and heavy right now at IndieGala. And we’d love to tell you more about it.
But it’s not like we haven’t written about art before. We have actually. Music (as a form of art) has been part of our content portfolio. Just look at our Jazz inspired article here. And let’s not even mention the many comic book-related articles. Hey, we even paid much attention to the comic book adaptations. Gotta admit. The latest Batman lived up to the hype in our book. You can read all about it here.
But we’re all about painting in this article. Why you might ask? Well, because we’re gaga about Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery. One of the most beautiful games you’ll ever play. Let us tell you more about it.
What’s Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery All About?
Developed by Silver Lining Studio and published by Akupara Games, Behind the Frame is a vivid, interactive fiction and a casual adventure game. About what? Well about an aspiring artist on the cusp of finishing the final piece of her gallery submission. It’s also a relaxing, eloquent experience that can be played at any pace.
So yeah. You can easily become immersed in a panoramic world filled with resplendent colors. And in the beautiful hand-animated visuals. Not to mention the smooth, easy-listening soundtrack.
As a passionate artist, seek the missing colors that will bring your paintings to life. All while remembering to take the occasional coffee and breakfast breaks that keep you going.
There is more than what meets the eye, for every painting has a story to tell. Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery is available for purchase here at IndieGala. However, it won’t be for much longer. So, go ahead. Get it now.
And What Are Some Of The Comments Saying About Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery?
“It was like a movie and the time flew by. I was impressed by everything. It was the best game ever- 戌神ころね
Cute little Ghibli-esque game with a beautiful story says Quennie
Such a lovely story. So heartwarming and touching. The artwork and music are wonderful. I might have shed a tear or two… great job!! – adds Saku on Steam.
And What Goes With It You Might Also Ask?
Movies about painters. Female painters to be exact. And there are five of them to choose from. Indeed. All of these 5 biopics tell the story of 5 very talented and fascinating artists. Which ones made the cut here? Scroll down to find out.
A TV movie sure, but at the same time a fantastic movie to start this list. But as the title suggests, this is a biopic about the noted American painter Georgia O’Keeffe. And her husband, the photographer Alfred Stieglitz. Joan Allen portrays Georgia, while Jeremy Irons occupies the role of Alfred Stieglitz. It’s a great movie that deserves your attention. With great performances and a fantastic script. It’s a must-watch.
Fun fact: Georgia O’Keeffe was right-handed. But the actress who portrays her (Joan Allen) is left-handed.
Paula is the 2016 biopic about Paula Modersohn-Becker. One of the best Expressionist painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. She’s the first woman to have a museum devoted exclusively to her art. The Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum was founded in 1927. Additionally, she is considered to be the first woman artist to depict herself both pregnant and nude and pregnant. However, her life was cut short at just 31, a couple of days after giving birth. Carla Juri portrays Paula and it’s also a must-watch.
Fun fact: La Marseillaise is used in the soundtrack of the movie.
Another biopic and another great painter. Séraphine follows the life of a middle-aged housekeeper/cleaning lady, Séraphine Louis. Who coincidently has a remarkable talent for painting. Yes. A reluctant painter who’ll get discovered by a small lucky break. This is that fascinating story, and it’s one of the best movies you’ll watch. Yolande Moreau portrays the titular character, while Ulrich Tukur is the famous art collector Wilhelm Uhde.
Fun fact: Since the film’s release, the number of visitors to the museum of Senlis exhibiting Séraphine’s works has quadrupled.
Maudie is about the life of folk artist Maud Lewis, who painted in Nova Scotia. Also, it’s about struggles with rheumatoid arthritis and the memory of a lost child. Oh and a family that doubts her abilities, before moving in with a surly fish peddler (Hawke) as a housekeeper. Sally Hawkins portrays Maud Lewis while Ethan Hawke portrays the inarticulate and rough fish peddler Everett Lewis. It’s a wonderful movie that deserves your attention.
Fun fact: Sally Hawkins replaced Rachel McAdams in the lead role.
Who doesn’t know about Frida Kahlo? The talented yet tragic Mexican painter? Well, Julie Taymor immortalized her in the 2002 biopic, Frida. Salma Hayek portrayed Frida to perfection, and rightfully earned herself an Oscar nomination for that role. Alfred Molina portrayed Frida’s unfaithful husband Diego Rivera, while Geoffrey Rush was superb as Leon Trotsky. Frida is one of the finest movies in Salma’s career and yes. It’s a movie you shouldn’t miss.
Fun fact: Frida Kahlo’s niece was so impressed with the film that she gave Salma Hayek one of Kahlo’s necklaces.
Are You A Fan Of Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery?
And what’s your favorite movie that has e female painter in the middle of the story? Let us know in the comment section below.