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European Cinema: a timeline

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serena formica

on 23 September 2013

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European Cinema: a timeline
1910s - 1920s
Avante Gardes
(Le Ballet Mecanique)
1919 - 1930s
Weimar cinema
Wilhelm Murnau (Nosferatu)
Fritz Lang (Metropolis,
Dr Mabuse,)
Rober Wiene
(The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari)

Nazism in Germany
Second World War

Italian Neorealism
Roberto Rossellini
(Rome Open City, Paisà, Germany Year Zero)

Vittorio De Sica (Umbero D, The Bycicle Thieves)

Luchino Visconti
(La Terra Trema); Cesare Zavattini (writer)
Soviet Cinema 1910s - 1930s
Sergei Eisenstein (October,
The battleship Potemking)

Dziga Vertov
(The man with a moving camera)
Vsevolod Pudovkin (Hunger, Hunger, Hunger)

1950s -1960s
Reconstruction and American influences
(Rock 'n' Roll)
Baby boom
Teenagers as
target audience
European Art Cinema
Art Cinema
Ingmar Bergman
(Wild Strawberries, The Seventh Seal
New Wave 1959 - 1963

Jean-Luc Godard,
Françoise Truffaut,
(Les Quatre-cent coups) Claude Chabrol
(Le Beau Serge)
The Dziga Vertov Groupe
(Jean-Luc Godard,
Jean-Pierre Gorin)
1968 Italian and French
student movements
against Educational institutions

1968 Prague Spring
European Art Cinema
Michelangelo Antonioni
Federico Fellini
1980 Polish August
and Solidarność movement
1990s Kieślowsky's Trilogy
Three colours:
Film Blue (1993)
Film White (1994)
Film Red (1994)
2003 Goodbye Lenin

British cinema and the WWII
1940s - 1950s
Noel Coward
In Which We Serve; Millions Like Us;
Brief Encounter

David Lean;
Sydney Gillian and Frank Launder;
This Happy Breed
'Cabiria' (1914, Pastrone)
White Telephone Comedies
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