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The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread: Movies

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Milly Molina

on 28 August 2014

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The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread: Movies
The Best Thing Since Wrapped Bread
Sliced bread was first sold in 1928.
The Decline of the Old Hollywood System:
This was the first year in which the Best Picture Oscar was given to the film's producers rather than to the studio that released the film.
Royal Film was the first movie to use the new Kodak Eastman Color technique instead of the regular technicolor process.
French New Wave
This revolutionary movement in the early 1950's made use of new, light weight equipment that could capture images on location.
Toy Story
In December 1999, Toy Story became the first digital movie made without consuming any film. Toy Story hinted the coming of a digital era.
Green Screen
In the 1940's green screens became popular because they allowed actors to be ‘anywhere in the world’ and also created optical illusions for audiences -all while saving time and production costs.
Effectively a rig that places the camera on more than one point on the human body to increase the area of support. The Steadicam utilizes the cameraman’s back, shoulders and chest/stomach to hold the camera in place.

The Viking is the first movie to have color and sound! Although no dialogue is in the movie this was a major breakthrough.

On the show is the first movie to use actual dialogue along with color.
The first VCR to use VHS was the Victor HR-3300, and was introduced by the president of JVC at the Okura Hotel on September 9, 1976. JVC started selling the HR-3300 on October 31, 1976.
The Wizard of Oz was one of the first movies to use old black/white film and a vibrant, for that time, film. The movie's beautiful colored film was achieved through the use of the new technicolor process.
The switch from celluloid and film to digital cameras was a major game change in cinema history. Now amateurs and budget film makers could shoot a movie with a smaller budget. This also impacted the amount of time it took to set up to shoot which further decreased costs.
Computer Generated Imagery
The technology to produce CGI didn't emerge until the early 1970's. CGI made it possible for Sci- Fi film makers and enthusiasts to visually see what and where characters were.
The 1950's also brought with it the concept, and later implementation, of widescreens. This allowed many people to view a film at a time. Needless to say the movie theater also became popular.
Bluray 3-D
Cable made it possible for people to stream movies from the comfort of their house.
The Rest Is History!
3-D Movies

The Internet
Since the early 1990's the internet changed the way movies were produced and viewed forever.
In 1996 the DVD was first introduced to the consumer market.
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