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by: Kaylie Considine V


Kaylie Considine V
Virginia Commonwealth University
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Harrison Nicholas

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaylie Considine V on Wednesday October 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH 270 at Virginia Commonwealth University taught by Harrison Nicholas in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see /class/230613/arth-270-virginia-commonwealth-university in Art History at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Date Created: 10/28/15
Women in Silent Films BUT the men made the movies In silent era women began making movies LednGaumont 1895 happened to own a store that made films so he decides to make movies Alice Guy became excited by the idea of movies of Gaumont 1896 made first movie narrative in movies soapopraes is what shes famous for She opened 9Solax film studio 1910 N till 1913 First women to build one and own one More about her in book Porter was one ofthe early people in film 1890s Losts ofindustrious business men and film makers headed out to the world in cameras Carl Laemmle 9 IMPCO Competed with Edison 1910 hired away an actress named Florence Lawrence She became known 1912 first true movie magazine was published an early people mag Laemmle started Star System 19151918 He founded a movie theater aka universal studios Anonymous stars Short movies Full shots No cross cutting 1903 when porter did cross cutting it was an exception DwGriffth as a young man he wanted to be a play writer he thought he could sale his plays with the wide theater 1907 he went to porter and gave porter his script and he thought it would make a good movie and offered Griffith a job to act Griffith Was only one truly believing films could be a lot more give Griffith credit for inventing the language of cinema invented the art ofthe movie his ideas acting had to be improved lengthynovels How can write a novel with a movie 5 min long and started lengthening his movies Film D39art 1912 was the first film d39art Film d art was long and static realized the poetic in film and added it 9the potential studied fine art Griffith looked at painting by 9 Jean Francois Millet He was part ofthe realist movement Painted the struggle Man had shadow over his face and man working very hard Never really happy in the paintings


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