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Film Studies
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CIN2101
Professor
Florian Grandena

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CIN 2190: Lecture #1 Jan 11th 2013 Florian Grandena [email protected] 1895­ officially France created cinema German expressionism­ gave birth to horror films Attendance: 15% Quiz(technical jargon): 10%( Feb 8th) Quizzes:  35% 15% 20% Final Exam: 40% History and Aesthetics of Cinema:  The notion of projecting images on screens, was invented long before 1895 the idea of cinema was there, but did not have th technology to produce it.  Prehistory of Cinema: Magic laterns – old slides Camera obscura­ this was popular in Egypt thousands of years ago.  Shadow play Photography  Ancestors of the movie camera Symptomatic of a desire to represent movement and project images on a screen.  The French made the final product and technical product of cinema as we know it today.  5 main stages: Invention of Cinema (1895)  Silent Cinema (1896­1927)  Golden age of classic cinema (1928­1950) Modern Cinema (1951­1980) New frontiers (1981­onwards): blockbusters digital technology  The story of Film Docume
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