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Slides used in a lecture on the history of early cinema in The Language of Film, a course in the Film Scoring major at Berklee College of Music, taught by Professor Lori Landay.

Slides used in a lecture on the history of early cinema in The Language of Film, a course in the Film Scoring major at Berklee College of Music, taught by Professor Lori Landay.

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  • 1. Early Cinema
    FS 251: The Language of Film
    Dr. Lori Landay
  • 2. Before Moving Pictures. . . Photography
    1839 Daguerrotype
    1878 Muybridge’s Series Photography
  • 3. The Beginnings of Cinema: Reality, Artifice, & Spectacle
    Muybridge, Edison, Lumière, Méliès
    1893: Edison films kinetoscopes in his Black Maria
    1895:LumièreBrothers, Le Cinématographe
    1902: A Trip to the Moon, GeorgesMéliès
    1903: The Great Train Robbery, Edwin S. Porter
    1909: The “Biograph Girl” (Florence Lawrence)
    EARLY CINEMA TIMELINE
  • 4. The Beginnings of Cinema: Edison Films
    Kinetographic record of sneeze
    (1894), WKL Dickson
    Palace of Electricity at the
    Paris Exposition(1900)
    Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
    Edison Animation (1917)
  • 5. LeCinématographe
    Lumière Brothers
    Actualités
    Film projected
    on a screen,
    1895
  • 6.
  • 7. Fantasy: Méliès the Magician
  • 8. 1903, The Great Train Robbery, Edwin S. Porter