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History Of Film Jessica Gray María José Jaramillo Gabriela Madrid-Malo Jessica Maldonado Daniela Mayorga
INTRODUCTIONInitially, the film was little more thana curiosity of the fair, an inventionthat allowed the reality show inmotion. Over the years, establisheditself as a mass spectacle, whichattracts thousands of spectatorsrooms of any nationality, and as afeature of contemporary world art.
THE SILENT FILM The silent film is one film that has no synchronized recorded sound, especially spoken dialogue was referred and consisted of images
After the premiere of themovie The Jazz Singer, thetalkies were becoming morecommon and ten yearslater, the silent movie hadpractically disappeared. Thesilent era is often referred toas "The Age of the SilverScreen"
The first silent movie wascreated by Louis Le Prince in 1888. It was a three- second film showing two people walking around the Roundhay garden, was titled The Roundhay Garden Scene.
THE SOUND FILMIt is one in which themovie has synchronizedsound, or soundtechnologically coupledto image.
In the first years after theintroduction of sound, filmsincorporating synchronizeddialogue were known as"talkies.“The film is considered thefirst talkie of history is "TheJazz Singer," released onOctober 6, 1927 anddirected by Alan Crosland.
Despite this consideration, itwas not completely soundtape. It contained somesongs and some spokenfragments, one of them, theprotagonist, AlJolson, looking at thecamera and uttered the firstline of dialogue in filmhistory: "Wait a minute: youhaven’t heard anything.
BLACK & WHITE FILMS The Black and White films are from the beginning of film history, since 1895, the Lumiere brothers publicly projected output of a French factory workers in Lyon, the demolition of a wall, the arrival of a train and a boat from the port.
Light is the essential element in theBlack and White films.The filmmakers of black and white film,however, came to acquire a picture-perfect very high levels of contrastbetween light and shadows and amazingprofessionalism in the use of lighting.
COLOR FILMSColor films have existed since the verybeginning of cinema, thanks to thetraditional method of painting frame byframe, or turn the film intomonochrome tones through a dyebath. Following Newtons experiencesin the s. XVII and theories of colorvision set by Young and Helmholtzin the nineteenth.
Some tapes of Edison and Lumiere were stained as postcards and portraits.
By 1900, Parisian workersskilled and underpaid brushcolored with thousands ofimages that made the firstfilms of fantasy.
Charles Taze understood the potential of the film to motivate people, so in 1912, began preparing the "Photo-Drama of Creation", a film and slides, color and sound, eight hours of duration. Many of these illustrations were based on the engravings of the famous artist Gustav Doré.
Digitalcinematography is theprocess of capturingmotion pictureas digital images, ratherthan on film. Digitalcapture may occur onvideo , hard disks, flashmemory, or other ACTUALmedia which can FILMSrecord digital data.
• Substantive debate over the subject of film resolution versus digital image resolution is clouded by the fact that it is difficult to meaningfully and objectively determine the resolution of either.
However, the vast majorityof all blockbuster movies ofthe first decade of the 21stcentury have been finishedin 2K, which can easily besurpassed by mechanical aswell as digital camerasystems.
• Films are traditionally shot with dual-system recording, where picture is recorded on camera, and sync sound is recorded to a separate sound recording device. Picture and sound are then synced up in post- production.
ACTIVITY• What was the name of the movie that develop the change from silent films to sound films?• How was the first line of dialogue in film history?• What is the essential element in the Black and White films?• Before the actual methodes, how were the frames painted?• What does Digital Cinematography means?