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European Cinema: a timeline

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on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of European Cinema: a timeline

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






1920s-1940s
Nazism in Germany
1939-1945
Second World War

1945-1953
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
1950s-1960s
European Art Cinema
SWEDEN
Art Cinema
Ingmar Bergman
(Wild Strawberries, The Seventh Seal
)
FRANCE
New Wave 1959 - 1963

Jean-Luc Godard,
(Breathless)
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
1950s-1960s
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
ITALY
Colossals
'Cabiria' (1914, Pastrone)
White Telephone Comedies
ITALY
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