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Transcript of Cinema
Hollywood also had ideal weather conditions and varied terrain that called the attention from moviemakers.
By the 1930s, Hollywood was able to pursue new creative directions, entering a “Golden Age” of creativity and exploration.
Oscar Award is the most prestigious award ceremony of Hollywood, held on an annual basis.
The formation of the academy in 1927 was a collaborative effort of 36 most prominent individual of the motion picture industry.
Till 1953, radio broadcast used to take place and thereafter, the ceremony was broadcast on TV.
Today, Oscars are telecasted internationally, reaching movie fans in over 200 countries.
Filmmaker, director and producer Steven Allan Spielberg was born on December 18, 1946, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker, director and producer Steven Spielberg's films include Jaws, The Color Purple and Schindler's List.
Director, producer, writer and businessman Francis Ford Coppola was born on April 7, 1939, in Detroit, Michigan.
Director, producer and screenwriter Francis Coppola is best known for creating The Godfather film series starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino.
The cinema was born in France with Lumière brothers.
It is considered the seventh art.
This art became interesting to people in Europe, America and Asia.
“La Sortie des ouvriers de l’usine Lumière” (“Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory”) is considered to be the very first motion picture.
The discovery of Technicolor changed cinema from the classic black and white to the modernized colorful scenes we see on screen today.
Technicolor was widely as a color motion picture process in Hollywood during the mid 1900's.
Before invention technicolor already have film colorful, but these films were painted and tinted.
''Becky Sharp'' is the first movie to use technicolor in 1935.
Quentin Tarantino was born on March 27, 1963, in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Tarantino is film actor, screenwriter, director and producer.
Quentin Tarantino jolted onto the Hollywood scene with his screenplay for True Romance, before directing the early 1990s films Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, on December 1, 1935, Woody Allen is an American film director, screenwriter, actor and author who is best known for his romantic comedy films containing elements of parody and slapstick
Woody Allen is an American comedian, filmmaker and writer who directed and starred in two of his most famous films, Annie Hall and Manhattan.
Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (1899-1980) was screenwriter, director, producer and television personality.
He made apparitions in 39 of his 52 films.
Filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock was nicknamed the "Master of Suspense" for employing a kind of psychological suspense in his films, producing a distinct viewer experience.
He did did the difference between mystery and suspense.
Filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar was born on September 25, 1949, in Calzada de Calatrava, a hamlet of La Mancha, Spain.
Pedro Almodóvar is a Spanish Oscar-winning director and screenwriter known for films like All About My Mother, Talk to Her, Bad Education and Volver.
He was screenwriter, director and producer.
Stanley Kubrick was an American filmmaker best known for directing Dr. Strangelove, Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining and Full Metal Jacket.
Acclaimed director and producer Martin Charles Scorsese was born on November 17, 1942, in Flushing, New York.
Director Martin Scorsese has produced some of the most memorable films in cinema history, including the iconic Taxi Driver and Academy Award-winner The Departed.
Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in London, England.
Charlie Chaplin was a comedic British actor who became one of the biggest stars of the 20th century's silent-film era.
Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977)
Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999)
The movies were silent until 1926.
The warner Bros release a movie with sound called ''The jazz singer'' in 1927.
Don Juan (1926)
Don Juan is a 1926 American romantic adventure/drama film directed by Alan Crosland. It is the first feature-length film with synchronized Vitaphone sound effects and musical soundtrack, though it has no spoken dialogue.
Lights of New York (1928)
It is historically important for being the very first feature-length all-talkie movie ever made.
A Trip to the Moon (1902)
In May 1902, Georges Méliès shot the film, A Trip to the Moon. It was released in black and white, and also in color, hand painted. It was considered as a long feature at the time - around 16 minutes - and was a success worldwide.
The Wizard of Oz
Gone with the Wind