Body language
or something
else ?
Whois the best user of
body language ?
Who can say everything
withoutof words?
,,Words are cheap.
The biggest thing you can say is
,,elephant”.
...... ……. ?
Heis the genious who
changethe world!
NO,
incorect!
Yes,
It’s corect!
Charly?
Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
Silent movie
actors were the
pioneers of non-
verbal communication
skills.
They only use
gestures & other
body signals to
...
…was one of the most
creative &
influential
personalities of
the silent-film era.
Sir Charles Spencer
Chaplin
Maiakhositas...
Why is he most
creative?
A biography of
Award:
Winning Actor
Writer
Director
Producer
&
Composer
Popularly known as
the ,,little Tramp”.
Max Linder
Pioneer of all movie comedians
In 1999, the American Film
Institute ranked Chaplin the
10th greatest male
screen
legend of all time.
He wrote the
book - ,,A LIFE”!
Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
"Chaplin was not just 'big', he was
gigantic.
,,…In 1915, he burst onto a war-torn world
bringing it the gift of comedy, l...
George Bernard
Shaw called Chaplin
"the only genius to come out
of the movie industry“!
Biography
Earli Life in Londone
(1889-1909)
His parents were
entertainers in the music
hall tradition.
They separated before
Chaplin was three.
Troupe of young male dancers
Archbishop Temple's Boys School
Central London District School for paupers
In 1903 Chaplin
secured the role of
Billy the pageboy
in
Sherlock
Holmes.
He had 4 wife and 12
childrebn.
Mildred Harris, c.
1918–1920
Chaplin with Edna Purviance in The
Immigrant (1917)
Chaplin and Paulette
Goddard in The Great...
Chaplin's
grave in
Switzerland
Statue of Chaplin in
Leicester Square,
London
Bronze statue at
Waterville, County
Kerry
Charlie Chaplin Statue in Vevey,
S...
Filmography
LegacyChaplin and Jackie
Coogan in The Kid (1921)
Chaplin's "tramp"
character is possibly the
most imitated on all levels
...
Chaplin wrote, directed, and starred in dozens of feature
films and short subjects.
_ The Immigrant (1917),
_ The Gold Rus...
Chaplin’s letter to
Zheraldin!
,,…It more than forty years I laugh
people on earth. But I cried more
than they are brave …...
,,…Story about a hungry fool who peeshe and dancing in
the poor neighborhoods of London, and then …
gathering alms …
This ...
Chaplin’s
Qoutes:
,,,,LifeLife is a tragedyis a tragedy
when seen in close-when seen in close-
up, but aup, but a comedycomedy inin
long-sho...
““You'll never find a rainbow ifYou'll never find a rainbow if
you're looking down”!you're looking down”!
,,We think too much and feel too littl”e.,,We think too much and feel too littl”e.
,,I suppose that’s one the ironic of life doing the wrong
thing at the right moment.”
“My pain may be the reason for
someb...
,,I thought I would dress in baggy pants, big shoes,a cane and a
derby hat. Everything a contradiction...”
““Like everyone elseLike everyone else I am what II am what I am: anam: an
individual, unique andindividual, unique and di...
Presentation made
by:
Maia Khositashvili
Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
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  1. 1. Body language or something else ?
  2. 2. Whois the best user of body language ?
  3. 3. Who can say everything withoutof words?
  4. 4. ,,Words are cheap. The biggest thing you can say is ,,elephant”. ...... ……. ?
  5. 5. Heis the genious who changethe world!
  6. 6. NO, incorect! Yes, It’s corect! Charly?
  7. 7. Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
  8. 8. Silent movie actors were the pioneers of non- verbal communication skills. They only use gestures & other body signals to communicat effectively.
  9. 9. …was one of the most creative & influential personalities of the silent-film era. Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
  10. 10. Why is he most creative?
  11. 11. A biography of Award: Winning Actor Writer Director Producer & Composer Popularly known as the ,,little Tramp”.
  12. 12. Max Linder Pioneer of all movie comedians
  13. 13. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Chaplin the 10th greatest male screen legend of all time.
  14. 14. He wrote the book - ,,A LIFE”! Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
  15. 15. "Chaplin was not just 'big', he was gigantic. ,,…In 1915, he burst onto a war-torn world bringing it the gift of comedy, laughter and relief while it was tearing itself apart through World War I. Over the next 25 years, through the Great Depression and the rise of Adolf Hitler, he stayed on the job. ... It is doubtful any individual has ever given more entertainment, pleasure and relief to so many human beings when they needed it the most“. In 2008, Martin Sieff wrote:
  16. 16. George Bernard Shaw called Chaplin "the only genius to come out of the movie industry“!
  17. 17. Biography Earli Life in Londone (1889-1909)
  18. 18. His parents were entertainers in the music hall tradition. They separated before Chaplin was three.
  19. 19. Troupe of young male dancers Archbishop Temple's Boys School Central London District School for paupers
  20. 20. In 1903 Chaplin secured the role of Billy the pageboy in Sherlock Holmes.
  21. 21. He had 4 wife and 12 childrebn.
  22. 22. Mildred Harris, c. 1918–1920 Chaplin with Edna Purviance in The Immigrant (1917) Chaplin and Paulette Goddard in The Great Dictator (1940)
  23. 23. Chaplin's grave in Switzerland
  24. 24. Statue of Chaplin in Leicester Square, London Bronze statue at Waterville, County Kerry Charlie Chaplin Statue in Vevey, Switzerland Statues
  25. 25. Filmography
  26. 26. LegacyChaplin and Jackie Coogan in The Kid (1921) Chaplin's "tramp" character is possibly the most imitated on all levels of entertainment.
  27. 27. Chaplin wrote, directed, and starred in dozens of feature films and short subjects. _ The Immigrant (1917), _ The Gold Rush (1925), _ City Lights (1931), _ Modern Times (1936), _ and The Great Dictator (1940).
  28. 28. Chaplin’s letter to Zheraldin! ,,…It more than forty years I laugh people on earth. But I cried more than they are brave …” ,, Today is your day. Dance! I dancing in a wide okasan and trousers, and you in silk dress of a princess. These dances and the sound of applause will sometimes rise in the heavens… Go! Go there! But back on earth! And look at people’s lives, the lives of those street dancers in the final quarters to play hungry and shiver and beggary. I was like them, Zheraldin! …”
  29. 29. ,,…Story about a hungry fool who peeshe and dancing in the poor neighborhoods of London, and then … gathering alms … This is my story! “
  30. 30. Chaplin’s Qoutes:
  31. 31. ,,,,LifeLife is a tragedyis a tragedy when seen in close-when seen in close- up, but aup, but a comedycomedy inin long-shot”.long-shot”. To truly laugh, you must be able to take your painpain, andand play with it!”.play with it!”. ,,Laughter is the tonic, the relief, the surcease for pain”.
  32. 32. ““You'll never find a rainbow ifYou'll never find a rainbow if you're looking down”!you're looking down”!
  33. 33. ,,We think too much and feel too littl”e.,,We think too much and feel too littl”e.
  34. 34. ,,I suppose that’s one the ironic of life doing the wrong thing at the right moment.” “My pain may be the reason for somebody's laugh. But my laugh must never be the reason for somebody's pain.”
  35. 35. ,,I thought I would dress in baggy pants, big shoes,a cane and a derby hat. Everything a contradiction...”
  36. 36. ““Like everyone elseLike everyone else I am what II am what I am: anam: an individual, unique andindividual, unique and differentdifferent, with a, with a lineal history of ancestral promptings andlineal history of ancestral promptings and urgings;urgings; a history ofa history of dreams,dreams, desires, and ofdesires, and of special experiencesspecial experiences, all of which, all of which I am the sum total.”I am the sum total.”
  37. 37. Presentation made by: Maia Khositashvili Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
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