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History of Cinema We learn more about cinema

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1 слайд History of Cinema We learn more about cinema
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History of Cinema We learn more about cinema

2 слайд The founders The Lumiere brothers The inventors of cinema, motion-picture cam
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The founders The Lumiere brothers The inventors of cinema, motion-picture camera and the directors of the first films in the world – the Limiere brothers.

3 слайд Films The first film-session was held after Christmas 1895 in a Paris cafe. T
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Films The first film-session was held after Christmas 1895 in a Paris cafe. That year on the 28 December they demonstrated the first three-minute film «Arrival of the Train».

4 слайд Development of Cinema Is it an art? The cinema was the popular entertainment.
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Development of Cinema Is it an art? The cinema was the popular entertainment. The audience consisted mainly of workers. The rich and intellectual classes ignored it. They didn’t think it was an art.

5 слайд Picture Palaces In the mid -1910s the first theatres were opened in the USA a
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Picture Palaces In the mid -1910s the first theatres were opened in the USA and Europe. The Roxy Cinema in New York cost $12 million to build and had 6214 seats.

6 слайд Silent films In 1908 the USA had 10,000 cinemas with 20 million customers a w
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Silent films In 1908 the USA had 10,000 cinemas with 20 million customers a week.

7 слайд Silent films In 1918 the film star Mary Pickford was the most famous woman in
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Silent films In 1918 the film star Mary Pickford was the most famous woman in the world. She received $ 350,000 per film.

8 слайд The film stars of silent films Mary Pickford – “America’s sweetheart” in “Poo
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The film stars of silent films Mary Pickford – “America’s sweetheart” in “Poor Little Rich girl”. She played little girls. But in this film she was 23 years old.

9 слайд The film stars of silent films Charlie Chaplin His silent films were perfect
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The film stars of silent films Charlie Chaplin His silent films were perfect works of art. He created the language with his face and his body.

10 слайд The Classical Hollywood Silent Era 1908-1927
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The Classical Hollywood Silent Era 1908-1927

11 слайд In the beginning… As an art movement, The Silent Era follows… Early Experimen
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In the beginning… As an art movement, The Silent Era follows… Early Experimental Cinema 1893-1903 (the inventors) in the US and France The Brighton School 1896-1905 in England

12 слайд In the beginning… Filmmaking was still in its infancy as an art—films were mo
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In the beginning… Filmmaking was still in its infancy as an art—films were more money-making ventures and technological experiments Directors were not encouraged to be artists—they were thought of as factory workers

13 слайд Early Edison Films Sandow, 1894 The Kiss, 1896
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Early Edison Films Sandow, 1894 The Kiss, 1896

14 слайд The Great Train Robbery (1903) First Western First to use editing as a storyt
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The Great Train Robbery (1903) First Western First to use editing as a storytelling technique One of the first to use panning and close-ups Moved from documentary to narrative Based on a true robbery by Butch Cassidy

15 слайд The Silent Era as Art The Classical Hollywood Silent era is marked by the fil
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The Silent Era as Art The Classical Hollywood Silent era is marked by the films that emerged with the first film studios Silent films began to take on a narrative structure and use filmmaking conventions D.W. Griffith’s Birth of a Nation set the stage for modern cinematic storytelling

16 слайд Birth of a Nation (1915) Based Thomas Dixon Jr.'s anti-black, bigoted play, T
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Birth of a Nation (1915) Based Thomas Dixon Jr.'s anti-black, bigoted play, The Clansman Its release set up a major censorship battle over its vicious, extremist depiction of African Americans. Unbelievably, the film is still used today as a recruitment piece for Klan membership.

17 слайд Birth of a Nation (1915) It was one of the biggest box-office money-makers in
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Birth of a Nation (1915) It was one of the biggest box-office money-makers in the history of film, due to its charge of $2 per ticket. It made $18 million by the start of the talkies. Riots in Boston and Philadelphia. Chicago, Denver, St. Louis and other major cities refuse to show it

18 слайд Birth of a Nation (1915) Film scholars agree, however, that it is the single
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Birth of a Nation (1915) Film scholars agree, however, that it is the single most important and key film of all time in American movie history Introduces & refines camera angles, traveling shots, artificial lighting, realistic sets, flashbacks, split screens, soft focus, dissolves, fades, and irises.

19 слайд Stars of the Silent Screen
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Stars of the Silent Screen

20 слайд Florence Lawrence America’s 1st Movie Star
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Florence Lawrence America’s 1st Movie Star

21 слайд Mary Pickford America’s Sweetheart
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Mary Pickford America’s Sweetheart

22 слайд Charlie Chaplin
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Charlie Chaplin

23 слайд Harold Lloyd
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Harold Lloyd

24 слайд Buster Keaton
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Buster Keaton

25 слайд Fatty Arbuckle
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Fatty Arbuckle

26 слайд Keystone Kops
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Keystone Kops

27 слайд Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. The King of Silent Hollywood
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Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. The King of Silent Hollywood

28 слайд Clara Bow The “It” Girl
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Clara Bow The “It” Girl

29 слайд Rudolph Valentino
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Rudolph Valentino

30 слайд Dorothy & Lillian Gish
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Dorothy & Lillian Gish

31 слайд Theda Bara
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Theda Bara

32 слайд Lon Chaney The Man of a Thousand Faces
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Lon Chaney The Man of a Thousand Faces

33 слайд Tom Mix
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Tom Mix

34 слайд Greta Garbo
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Greta Garbo

35 слайд Talkies & Color Films The era of the talking films began in 1927 with The Jaz
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Talkies & Color Films The era of the talking films began in 1927 with The Jazz Singer. 100% sound film Lights of New York appeared in 1928. The first color film, Gone With the Wind, was shot in 1939.

36 слайд The first color film, Gone With the Wind, was shot in 1939.
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The first color film, Gone With the Wind, was shot in 1939.

37 слайд Hollywood In 1911 the first studio appeared in Hollywood. In the 1920s Hollyw
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Hollywood In 1911 the first studio appeared in Hollywood. In the 1920s Hollywood made 80% of the world’s films.

38 слайд The first genres of American films Western Comedy Melodrama
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The first genres of American films Western Comedy Melodrama

39 слайд The Conclusion Today, no one disputes cinema’s place as the ‘seventh art’. Ac
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The Conclusion Today, no one disputes cinema’s place as the ‘seventh art’. According to Derek Malcolm of The Guardian, “Cinema has provided as many great artists over the last 100 years as literature, the theatre, and any of the other arts.”

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41 слайд AMERICAN CINEMA
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AMERICAN CINEMA

42 слайд EUROPEAN INFLUENCES 1897 – George Melies creates 1st film studio 1902 – A Tri
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EUROPEAN INFLUENCES 1897 – George Melies creates 1st film studio 1902 – A Trip to the Moon 1925 – Odessa Steps from Battleship Potemkin by Sergei Eisenstein Odessa Steps And of course German Expressionism

43 слайд SMILE FOR THE CAMERA Eadward Muybridge – set 12 cameras up and triggered as h
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SMILE FOR THE CAMERA Eadward Muybridge – set 12 cameras up and triggered as horse galloped by first film 1878 1884 – Eastman developed celluloid film which allows light to pass through 1884 – Edison and William Dickson invented the Kinetoscope Fred Ott's Sneeze

44 слайд NEW YORK-WOOD Intermissions in vaudeville shows First huge success– THE GREAT
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NEW YORK-WOOD Intermissions in vaudeville shows First huge success– THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY, 1903 New York was epicenter of film industry

45 слайд THE COLUMBUS OF AMERICAN CINEMA BETTER YEAR-ROUND WEATHER 1910 D.W. Griffith
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THE COLUMBUS OF AMERICAN CINEMA BETTER YEAR-ROUND WEATHER 1910 D.W. Griffith sent to film in California and discovered Hollywood The 1ST film shot – IN OLD CALIFORNIA

46 слайд HURRAY FOR HOLLYWOOD 1913 – many movie-makers went west Edison’s patent costi
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HURRAY FOR HOLLYWOOD 1913 – many movie-makers went west Edison’s patent costing too much money in NY Sunshine all year and scenery to diee for

47 слайд NICK AT NIGHT NICKELODEONS – short films for a nickel Business men handled th
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NICK AT NIGHT NICKELODEONS – short films for a nickel Business men handled the production side of filmmaking became the heads of movie studios – GOLDWYN, MAYER, WARNER BROS.

48 слайд IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME After WWI European filmmakers – Hitchcock, Fr
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IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME After WWI European filmmakers – Hitchcock, Fritz Land, Valentino, Dietrich Sound brought stage actors to the movies - 1927 – THE JAZZ SINGER, the first sound film MID-1940’S – more than 400 MOVIES P/YEAR

49 слайд THERE’S GOLD IN THEM THERE HOLLYWOOD HILLS Golden Age – 1920’S TO 1950’S Main
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THERE’S GOLD IN THEM THERE HOLLYWOOD HILLS Golden Age – 1920’S TO 1950’S Main genres– Western, Slapstick, Comedy, Musical, Cartoon, Biopic Studios owned theatres

50 слайд THE STUDIO SYSTEM Each had its own style and characteristics Actors had contr
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THE STUDIO SYSTEM Each had its own style and characteristics Actors had contracts Very respective system made $$$$ Still allowed for artistic creativity and artists

51 слайд THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY Profitable Allowed gambles on smaller films lik
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THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY Profitable Allowed gambles on smaller films like CITIZEN KANE THE WIZARD OF OZ, GONE WITH THE WIND, CASABLANCA, IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, KING KONG, SNOW WHITE, MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON

52 слайд THE FALL OF THE STUDIO EMPIRE Two forces antitrust action -studios could no l
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THE FALL OF THE STUDIO EMPIRE Two forces antitrust action -studios could no longer own theatres Contracts no longer valid Cecil B. Demille stayed or used the same team in Television

53 слайд CINEMA WARS Produced film that could not be seen on TV Spectacular, larger-th
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CINEMA WARS Produced film that could not be seen on TV Spectacular, larger-than-life Film became art and TV – ugly stepsister Supreme court ruled film an art form and gave it the 1ST Amendment protection

54 слайд TIME FOR A CHANGE Post classical cinema – New approach to drama and character
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TIME FOR A CHANGE Post classical cinema – New approach to drama and characters Chronology CHRONOLOGY MIXED UP, TWIST ENDINGS FILM NOIR – REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE AND PSYCHO

55 слайд WE’RE GOING TO NEED A BIGGER BOAT NEW HOLLYWOOD – FILM SCHOOL-TRAINED DIRECTO
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WE’RE GOING TO NEED A BIGGER BOAT NEW HOLLYWOOD – FILM SCHOOL-TRAINED DIRECTORS EUROPEAN INFLUENCES COPPOLA, LUCAS, SPIELBERG, DE PALMA, SCORSESE, FRIEDKIN 1970’S - CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED AND COMMERCIALLY SUCCESSFUL THE GODFATHER, JAWS, STAR WARS LOW BUDGETS – BONNIE AND CLYDE AND EASY RIDER

56 слайд SIZE MATTERS 1950’S – PRESENT – BLOCKBUSTERS WIDESCREEN, TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES
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SIZE MATTERS 1950’S – PRESENT – BLOCKBUSTERS WIDESCREEN, TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES STAR POWER AND ADVERTISING LARGE AUDIENCE TO MAKE A PROFIT SOMETIMES BACKFIRES EX: WATERWORLD, HOWARD THE DUCK, JOHN CARTER, TERMINATOR 3

57 слайд GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES 1980’S & EARLY 90’S – RISE OF INDEPENDENT
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GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES 1980’S & EARLY 90’S – RISE OF INDEPENDENT FILM (INDIES) INDEPENDENT FROM THE STUDIO SMALL BUDGETS HIGH PROFIT-TO-COST RATIO SUCCESS DEPENDENT ON CRITICAL ACCLAIM AKA: ARTHOUSE FILMS SPIKE LEE, KEVIN SMITH, SODERBERGH, TARANTINO FINANCIAL SUCCESS AND CROSSOVER CAUSED STUDIOS TO CREATE INDIE SUBSIDIARIES LIKE FOX SEARCHLIGHT MIRAMAX – MOST POWERFUL INDIE COMPANY

58 слайд PENGUINS, TIGERS, AND BIG MACS…OH MY!! 2000’S – MARKET OPENED UP FOR OTHER TY
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PENGUINS, TIGERS, AND BIG MACS…OH MY!! 2000’S – MARKET OPENED UP FOR OTHER TYPES OF FILM FOREIGN – CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON & HERO DOCUMENTARY – SUPER SIZE ME, FAHRENHEIT 9/11, AND MARCH OF THE PENGUINS

59 слайд VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR BUT NOT AMERICAN CINEMA FILMS THAT DID POORLY AT
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VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR BUT NOT AMERICAN CINEMA FILMS THAT DID POORLY AT THE BOX OFFICE WERE POPULAR ON HOME VIDEO SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION & THE SECRET OF NIMH ALLOWED FUTURE FILMMAKERS TO WATCH MOVIES AND LEARN FROM THEM TARANTINO WORKED AT A VIDEO STORE VIDEO AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY LED TO FILMMAKING AMONG THE NON-RICH AND FAMOUS POSSIBLE WITHOUT A STUDIO BACK DVD’S ALLOW EXTRA SCENES, COMMENTARY, ETC.

60 слайд WILL NETFLIX BE THE DEATH OF AMERICAN CINEMA Will streaming (Netflix, Amazon
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WILL NETFLIX BE THE DEATH OF AMERICAN CINEMA Will streaming (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, torrenting, etc.) bring an end to seeing movies in theaters???

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