A 21-year-old film editor named Miguel Branco has created a fitting tribute to the films of 2015 - namely by rounding up 200 films released this year and splicing them together with and thus creating the 8-minute-long Cinephile 2015. It's built from scenes taken from those 200 movies, with this year's Mad Max offering taking up a large portion, as does comedy-drama Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, with a noticeable smattering of footage taken from the not-yet-released Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It's set to music from Foals, Tame Impala, A$AP Rocky and Pond.

In the video's description on YouTube, Branco said:

What a wonderful year it’s been. Calling 2015 a successful year in motion pictures would be an incredibly vast understatement. To a large degree, our theater experiences were raised to towering new heights, our heartstrings were pulled, and our emotions were manipulated in the most beautiful ways possible. If that’s not pure cinema, I don’t know what is.

Watch the tribute below.

Check out the full list of films used here.