Early Cinema<br />FS 251: The Language of Film<br />Dr. Lori Landay<br />
Before Moving Pictures. . . Photography<br />1839 Daguerrotype<br />1878 Muybridge’s Series Photography<br />
The Beginnings of Cinema: Reality, Artifice, & Spectacle<br />Muybridge, Edison, Lumière, Méliès<br />1893: Edison films k...
The Beginnings of Cinema: Edison Films<br />Kinetographic record of sneeze<br />(1894), WKL Dickson<br />Palace of Electri...
LeCinématographe<br />Lumière Brothers<br />Actualités<br />Film projected<br />on a screen, <br />1895<br />
Fantasy: Méliès the Magician<br />
1903, The Great Train Robbery, Edwin S. Porter<br />
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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.

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Early Cinema

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

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