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  • 1. M u s ic a n d C in e m a Musicals & “Moulin Rouge” www.uvic.cat
  • 2. TA B L E O F C O N TE N TS2. What is a musical?3. Over to you3. A bit of history4. Some well-known musicals of all times5. “Moulin Rouge” (2001) www.uvic.cat
  • 3. 1. W H A T I S A M U S IC A L ?• A musical is a film genre in which songs are sung by the characters.• The songs are transitioned from a narrative and dialogue to a song which advances the plot or develop the films characters. www.uvic.cat
  • 4. • The musical film was a natural development of the stage musical after the emergence of sound film technology.• Typically, the biggest difference between film and stage musicals is the use of lavish background scenery and locations that would be impractical in a theater. www.uvic.cat
  • 5. 2 . O V E R T O YO U1.Surely, you know of many musicals, either stage musicals or film musicals.In one minute, list down the titles of musicals you know.2. Which two cities and areas are famous for staging musicals? www.uvic.cat
  • 6. • LONDON: EAST ENDSee what’s on!• NEW YORK: BROADWAYMemorable musicals www.uvic.cat
  • 7. 3 . A B IT O F H IS T O R Y THE 1920s.• The musical genre became very popular during The Great Depression and was a way to escape from hard times.• The late 1920s was the birth of the musical films.• The first ever film with sound was the first ever film with music; the film was “The Jazz Singer”. www.uvic.cat
  • 8. THE 1930s.“The Wizard of Oz”was a huge successin the 1930s. www.uvic.cat
  • 9. THE 1940s AND 1950s.• By 1940’s and 1950’s studios had created a smooth transition from song to dialogue.• Musicals were now used to move the story along.• Films of such decade were Singing in the rain, Meet me in St. Louis, The Bandwagon, an American in Paris, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers www.uvic.cat
  • 10. THE 1960s• The 1960’s brought the Vietnam War and the peace movement. These global issues were reflected in the films.• Good examples are: West Side Story (1961), Mary Poppins (1964) or The Sound of Music (1965) www.uvic.cat
  • 11. THE 1970s• The musicals of the 1970s were more realistic but at the same time were also more expensive to produce.• The musicals of this period also reinvented itself in hopes of capturing the audiences. A notable name was who Bob Fosse gave film audiences the socially relevant and well- made Cabaret (1972) www.uvic.cat
  • 12. THE 1980s AND 1990s• In the 1980’s musical had already become a dead genre.• It was in the animated Disney films that the musical survived the 80’s and 90’s• Annie, Victor Victoria, Little Shop of Horrors, Absolute Beginners and Evita www.uvic.cat
  • 13. THE 2000s• The musical film began to rise in popularity once more, – with new works such as Moulin Rouge!, Across the Universe, and Enchanted; – film adaptations of stage shows, such as Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, Rent, Fame, Repo ! The Genetic Opera, Dreamgirls, Sweeney Todd , and Mamma Mia!; – and even film versions of stage shows that were themselves based on non-musical films, such as The Producers, Hairspray, Reefer Madness, and Nine. Across the Universe. www.uvic.cat
  • 14. 4.Some well- knownmusicals of all times www.uvic.cat
  • 15. • A selection of 8 musicals of all times.• Do you know what they are about?• You can sing along while watching the videos! www.uvic.cat
  • 16. T H E W IZ A R D O F O Z ( 19 3 9 )- Link to the video:THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939) www.uvic.cat
  • 17. S IN G IN G IN T H E R A IN ( 19 5 2 )• Link to the video: SINGING IN THE RAIN (1952) www.uvic.cat
  • 18. W E S T S I D E S T O R Y ( 19 6 1)• Link to the video: WEST SIDE STORY www.uvic.cat
  • 19. M Y F A I R L A D Y ( 19 6 4 )• Links to videos: The rain in Spain Ascott Opening Day www.uvic.cat
  • 20. C A B A R E T ( 19 7 2 )• Link to the video: CABARET www.uvic.cat
  • 21. TH E R O C K Y H O R R O R P I C T U R E S H O W ( 19 7 5 )• Link to the video:THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW www.uvic.cat
  • 22. B E A U TY A N D TH E B E A S T• Link to the video:Beauty and the Beast – Dancing Scene www.uvic.cat
  • 23. C H IC A G O ( 2 0 0 2 )Link to the video:Nowadays (finale) www.uvic.cat
  • 24. M O U L IN R O U G E ( 2 0 0 1)• Director: Baz Luhrmann• Main actors: Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor• Link to the trailer: www.uvic.cat
  • 25. M O U L IN ROUG E• 1. SPARKLING DIAMONDSLink to the sceneMarylin Monroe’s “Diamond’s are a Girl’s best Friend” lyricsMadonna’s “Material Girl” lyrics www.uvic.cat
  • 26. M O U L IN R O U G E• 2. ELEPHANT LOVE MEDLEYLink to the videoOriginal songs’ video www.uvic.cat
  • 27. M O U L IN ROUG E3. EL TANGO DE ROXANNE• Link to the scene• Mariano Mores’s “ Tanguera”• The Police’s “Roxanne” www.uvic.cat
  • 28. And that’s all!Hope you have had fun and learnt at the same time! So long, MARTA www.uvic.cat