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History of the cinema

History of the cinema
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Renata Santos

on 28 January 2013

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Silent Movies For 30 years the films were mostly silent, some were accompanied by live music or narration and dialogues written between scenes. Who invented the cinema? Some people consider it was Thomas Edison, and other people consider it was the Lumíer brothers. The History
of cinema Duration of the films Previously a film lasted for 10 to 15 minutes.

In 1914 aired "Photo-Drama of Creation", a film with more than 8 hours. It was the first film to include synchronized sound and color images. Cinema all over the world As an alternative to Hollywood there were several other places that investing in art cinema and contributed to its development. Thomas Edison Lumíere brothers "Sortie de l'usine Lumière à Lyon “(or "Employees leaving the Lumière Factory") is considered the first audiovisual history, being directed and produced by Louis Lumière. "Vitascope" was the first movie Edison projected. Charles Chaplin was a major highlight in silent films. It is regarded as one of the pioneers of the world. Most silent films was melted in order to recover silver nitrate, an expensive component. Hollywood It was in Hollywoodland who met the ideal conditions to produce films: sunny days, diverse landscapes and people of different cultures. Born called "Mecca of Cinema", and Hollywood became the most important center of film industry in the world. the first color film was in 1901/1902, was done by photographer Edward Raymond Turner. In France stood out filmmaker Abel Gance from the movie "Napoleon."
In Germany stand out from the film "Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari."
In Spain stood out director Luis Buñuel, with the film "Un Perro Andalusian."
In Russia Sergei Eisenstein stood out with the film "Battleship Potemkin." In 1928 the film "The Lights of New York" became the first movie with sound fully synchronized.
"Blackmail" was Alfred Hitchcock's first film spoken English. Genres of films Action, animation, adventure, comedy,documentaries, drama, Western, science fiction, war, musical, cop, romance, suspence and horror Popular The Ten Commandments "1923," King of Kings "Cleopatra 1932 and 1934.


"Dracula" (with Bela Lugosi) and the 1931 "Frankenstein" (with Boris Karloff) In 1939 the biggest film hits were "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and "Gone with the Wind"
Stood out the famous "Casablanca" de1943. today are many actors who excel on the big screen as:
Johnny Depp; Robert de Niro; Tom Hanks; Brad Pitt; Angelina Jolie; Dwayne Johnson etc. It was in Hollywoodland who met the ideal conditions to produce films: sunny days, diverse landscapes and people of different cultures.
Born called "Mecca of Cinema", and Hollywood became the most important center of film industry in the world. Oscar (Academy Awards) is an award presented annually by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, founded in Los Angeles, California on May 11, 1927. Are presented annually in recognition of the professionalism of the film industry as directors, actors and writers. The Cinema was born from several innovations ranging from the field to the photographic motion overview using persistence of vision with the invention of optical games.
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