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  • 1. Cinema, Music & Theatre
  • 2. Cinema in United KingdomThe United Kingdom has had a major influence on modern cinema.Despite a history of important and successful productions, the industry has often been characterized by a debate about its identity and the level of American and European influence.
  • 3. Many films are co-prouced with american directors and Many successful Hollywood films have been based on British people,stories or events.Titanic, The Lord of the Rings,Pirates of the Caribbean and the English Cycle of Disney animated films.
  • 4. The Britsh New WaveUsed to describe a group of commercial feature films made between 1955 and 1963 the films told about working class life, and and previously taboo issues such as abortion and homosexuality
  • 5. The 1960s boomBritish studios began to enjoy major success in the international market with a string of films that displayed a more liberated attitude to sex, capitalising on the "swinging London" image propagated by Time magazine.
  • 6. 1970 to 1980Films of United Kingdom and U.S.A. comes into recesion and the “boomb” of 1960 eded.
  • 7. 2000 to 2010The first decade of the 21st century was a relatively successful one for the British film industry.The new decade saw a major new film series in the US-backed but British-made Harry Potter films
  • 8. TechnologyFrom the 1990s to the present day, there has been a progressive movement from traditional film opticals to an integrated digital film environment, with special effects, cutting, colour grading, and other post-production tasks all sharing the same all-digital infrastructure.
  • 9. Cinema in United StatesThe cinema of the United States, also knownas Hollywood, has had a profound effect oncinema across the world since the early 20thcentury.
  • 10. Its history is sometimes separated into four main periods:• the silent film• classical Hollywood cinema• New Hollywood• the contemporary period.
  • 11. Development of new art The first completed films were more scientific curiosities that artistic expressions. As many technical advances of the time, for its dissemination were linked to the show, and were basically projected at fairs.
  • 12. Rise of Hollywood The young director D. W. Griffith was pioneer in shooting in the small city recently annexed to Los Angeles, and began to create movies with obvious artistic goals. His films, such as the birth of a nation, are considered the first of the modern cinema, and its approaches were used by filmmakers since then until today.
  • 13. Golden Age of Hollywood During the so-called Golden Age of Hollywood, which lasted from the end of the silent films in American cinema in the late 1920s to the early 1960s, thousands of movies were issued from the Hollywood studios. The start of the Golden Age was arguably when The Jazz Singer was released in 1927, ending the silent age and increasing box-office profits for films as sound was introduced to feature films.
  • 14. New Hollywood At the end of the 1960s, a group of new filmmakers coined the name of new Hollywood and decided definitively ending the system of studies. Very influenced by the French Nouvelle Vague and the new films made in Japan and Europe, developed new approaches in which wanted to enlarge the figure of the director as an author.
  • 15. Modern CinemaAmerican films have become increasingly divided into two categories: Blockbusters and independent films.
  • 16. Cinema of MexicoMexican cinema began in 1896, Mexico was the first country in the Americas who enjoyed the new medium.
  • 17. The first feature In 1898 he started as a filmmaker Salvador Toscano engineer, who had been engaged to play films in Veracruz.
  • 18. The golden years The revolution marked a major break in the performance of feature films in Mexico. With the official end of the conflict in 1917
  • 19. 20 years In the "gay twenties" were born radio, jazz and short skirts, as well as fascism, Nazism and American economic depression
  • 20. Music in the United KingdomThroughout its history, the United Kingdom has been a major exporter and source of musical innovation in the modern and contemporary eras
  • 21. Influence of USA in UKIn the 20th century, influences from the music of the United States became most dominant in popular music.
  • 22. The music in UK…The United Kingdom has one of the worlds largest music industries todayEnglish folk musicNorthern Irish musicScottish folk musicWelsh folk music
  • 23. Modern British popular musicForms of popular music, including folk music, jazz, pop and rock music, have particularly flourished in Britain since the twentieth century. Britain has had an impact on popular music disproportionate to its size, due to its linguistic and cultural links with many countries
  • 24. Music in the United StatesYou could see in the United Statestwo large roots: European, bothcultured and popular musicaltradition that is appreciated in thecompositions from the early days ofthe revolution, and a rich African-American tradition that mixesprecisely this European tradition withrhythms and melodies of Africanorigins.
  • 25. White traditional musicWith Irish, Scottish, German, English and other roots music, used especially with a religious function. This led to a general concept that we know today as the country. Subgenera: •Bluegrass •The honky tonk •Bakersfield sound •Cajun music
  • 26. African American MusicThe African-American musical tradition is extremely fertile and influential.Genera: Blues the ragtime the gospel Jazz
  • 27. Rock & Roll Rock and roll emerged in the 1950s as a mixture of rhythm & blues black and the country white, and promoted by record companies as a consumer product for a primarily teenage audience of both races.
  • 28. Music of Mexico Mexican music is extremely varied and includes various styles determined by the geographical region of provenance, as well by the different periods of development.
  • 29. Prehispanic music The Prehispanic music was five sounds and there were three genera:  Ritual music-Which was used in ceremonies or rituals such as weddings, births, sacrifice of victims and funerals.  Warrior music-songs and dances that played before and after battles.  Music recreation.-ran in the dance called Náyari and public holidays Netoteliztli.
  • 30. Aspects of the folk music of Mexico are: Mariachi music Mexico wind bands music Mexican marimba music They are jarocho They are huasteco Calentano music Music planeca Chilean Mexico wind bands Jarana
  • 31. Theatre in United KingdomThe theatre was introduced in England fromEurope at the time of the Romans, andtheaters were built throughout the country forthis purpose.
  • 32. Theatre in United StatesAs in the rest of the artistic disciplines, thetheatre created in the United States was bornin a principle as an imitation of Europeandramatic tradition, especially the English. The American theatrical genre par excellence is the music, which has its International Center in New Yorks Broadway Street. Another very important theatrical kernel is that of the city of Chicago, with a scene of great dynamism and variety.
  • 33. Theatre in MexicoThe Mexican Theatre at the beginning comesfrom the ritual, such as the Greeks or Romans. Then with the conquest, emerges anevangelistic Theatre, stories to carry theGospel to the Indians and to accept thecatholicism.