Evolution of film

Over the past few decades, film technology has made major advancements. Here are some other films that have been remade … can you spot the changes in filmmaking technology?

Evolution of film

Jun 19, Muybridge's "Sallie Gardner" Eadweard Muybridge took photographs with a static camrea to see if all four of a hourses feet did leave the ground at one time.

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When put together in a sequence it gave the illusion of moving pictures. His biggest contribution was this invention of the chronophotographic gun that could take 12 consecutive frames per second Oct 14, Louis Le Prince's "Roundhay Garden" scene The first Celluloid film which was filmed using Le Prince's single lens camera.

Jan 12, This was the world's first film production studio Jan 7, Fred Ott's Sneeze Not only was this one of Edison's earliest films, but it is also regarded as the first motion picture to ever be copyrighted in the U.

Mar 22, Lumiere Brother's "Exciting the Factory this was a documentary that was shot on location while the Lumiere brothers were playing around with the camera. Aug 1, Lumiere brother's "The Sprnkler Sprinkled" Also done by the Lumiere brothers, this was regarded as the first film with a staged plot.

Sep 4, This 20 second film was the first kiss ever on film. Dec 24, Melies' "Haunted Castle" A film done by Georges Melies, "Father of special effects" this film had artificial lighting, set design, jump cuts.

Sep 1, Melies' "A Trip to the Moon" This film was the first Sci-fi film, and it blended animation with live action Jan 1, Porter's "Life of and American Fireman" A film done by Edwin Porter, who is regarded as the father of the narrative film, this film used cutscenes and cross cutting edditing to move thte story along.

It was done with 35 mm film Dec 1, Porter's "The Great Train Robbery" through its use of cutscenes and filming on location this film was thought of as revolutionary for its time. Griffith, considered a film genius, used film angles, content, and pace of editing to portay emotion and was so offensive for its time thatthere were many protests against it.

Jan 1, Kuleshov Experiment A discovery made by Soviet director Lev Kuleshov, this experiment showed that audiences used their own emotional reactions to a sequence of images, and then pretty much attributed those reactions to the actor on screen Jan 1, Hays Code Hays Code served as Hollywood's public relations organization, and cleaned up the motion picture industry.

This was the first form of film censorship.The film went on to become the most successful martial arts film in cinematic history, popularized the martial arts film genre across the world, and cemented Bruce Lee's status as a cultural icon.

Hong Kong action cinema, however, was in decline due to a wave of " Bruceploitation " films.

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A film done by Edwin Porter, who is regarded as the father of the narrative film, this film used cutscenes and cross cutting edditing to move thte story along. It was done with 35 mm film Dec 1, A film done by Edwin Porter, who is regarded as the father of the narrative film, this film used cutscenes and cross cutting edditing to move thte story along.

It was done with 35 mm film Dec 1, The film went on to become the most successful martial arts film in cinematic history, popularized the martial arts film genre across the world, and cemented Bruce Lee's status as a cultural icon. Hong Kong action cinema, however, was in decline due to a wave of " Bruceploitation " films.

The following montage chronicles the evolution of film from its conception in by Edward J.

Evolution of film

Muybridge to the Lumiere brothers in Georges Melies a trip to the moon in was a total. It broke the conventional film rules (i.e a structured story, fixed dialogue, good editing,), and often left the audience confused by its lack of structure.

Evolution of film

These films often were done with hand-held cameras, a non-linear timeline, improvised acting and minimal editing, making it unlike anything out there at the time.

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