Flim is a search engine equipped with DeepLearning functions for movie stills from many well-known (and unknown) movies. So you can search not only for classical categories like the name of a movie, the director, the DOP, the actors, the genre, ratio or year of release but also by AI for objects appearing in the images (like angels, watches, cabs..) or environment of a scene (for example desert, city or forest).
Flim AI filmstill search
In addition, an AI color analysis can be retrieved for each image, showing which colors have been used in a scene - as well as searching for images in which a selected color is dominant. The search for objects can also be narrowed down to a specific film (or films by a director), such as cars in films by Quentin Tarantino.
Filmstills of angels
The whole project is currently still in beta phase and based on the fair use principle, i.e. you are allowed to use the film stills (which are in HD resolution) for educational or personal purposes only (such as inspiration for mood boards), but not commercially. Rights holders may contact to remove images of their films from the search.
Film stills of deserts
Exactly how many films are indexed is not clear, the offer currently includes 260. 913 film stills and is broad - it ranges from Hollywood classics like "Chaplin&s "City Lights" (1931), The Wizard of Oz" (1939) or "The Ten Commandments" (1956), classics such as "Star Wars - A New Hope" (1977) or Spielberg&s "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981), anime films such as "Princess Mononoke" (1997), and art house films such as "Le Prispris" (1997). films like "Le Mépris" (1963) by Jean-Luc Godard to more current Hollywood blockbusters like "Birds of Prey" (2020) or "Dune" (2021). So far, the stills have come from films, documentaries and TV series - soon to be joined by images from commercials and music videos.
Film stills with yellow hue