115 Years of Film             B. Jalandoni               J. YlananIn partial fulfillment of the requirements for  Visual L...
Based on
The Execution of Mary Stuart• The execution of Mary,  Queen of Scots• Directed by Alfred Clark  and produced by  Thomas Ed...
The Kiss• Directed by William Heise• Writer: John J.  McNally (play)• Stars: May Irwin and John  C. Rice• The first kiss e...
Old Man Drinking a Glass of Beer•   Aka Comic Faces•   Directed by G.A Smith•   Stars: Tom Green•   35 secs               ...
Santa Claus• Directed by G.A Smith• Stars:Laura  Bayley, Dorothy  Smith and Harold Smith• 1 min 16 secs                   ...
Jeanne dArc• Joan of Arc• Written and directed by  George Melies• Stars: Bleuette  Bernon, Georges  Méliès and Jeanne dAlc...
Grandmas Reading Glass• Directed by G.A Smith• Stars: Harold Smith• A girl looks through  glasses at various  objects, see...
The Execution of Czolgosz with      Panorama of Auburn Prison• Directed by Edwin S.  Porter• The panorama that opens  this...
Levoyage dans la Lune• A Trip to the Moon• Stars: Georges  Méliès, Victor  André and Bleuette  Bernon• A group of astrono...
The Great Train Robbery• Written, produced and  directed by Edwin S.  Porter• Stars: Gilbert M. Broncho  Billy Anderson, A...
The Impossible Voyage• Directed by George Melies• Writers: Adolphe  dEnnery (play)  and Georges Méliès• Stars: Georges Mél...
Le Diable Noir• Directed by George  Melies• The Black Imp• A traveler at an inn is  harassed by a  mischievous devil in hi...
Humorous Phases of Funny Faces• Directed by J. Stuart  Blackton• Stars: J. Stuart Blackton• A cartoonist draws faces and  ...
Ben-Hur• Directed by Sidney Olcott,  Frank Oakes Rose, H.  Temple and Harrey T  Morrey• Writers: Gene Gauntier  and Lew Wa...
Dreams of Toyland• Directed by Arthur  Melbourne Cooper• A boy dreams toys come  to life.• 8 mins                         ...
A Midsummer Nights Dream• Directed by Charles Kent and J.  Stuart Blackton• Writers: William  Shakespeare (play) and Eugen...
A Christmas Carol• Directed by Harold Shaw• Writer: Charles  Dickens (short story)• Stars: Marc  McDermott, Charles  Ogle ...
The Lonedale Operator• Directed by D.W. Griffith• Stars:Verner Clarges, Guy  Hedlund and Jeanie  Macpherson• Used close-up...
Cleopatra• Directed by Charles L.  Gaskill• Produced by Helen Gardner• Writer: Victorien  Sardou (play)• Stars: Helen Gard...
Fantomas• Directed by Louis Feuillade• Writers: Marcel Allain (novel)  and Louis Feuillade• Stars: René Navarre, Georges  ...
Squaw Man• Directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil  B. DeMille• Produced by Cecil B. DeMill and  Jesse L. Lasky• Writers: Edwin ...
The Birth of a Nation• Directed by D.W. Griffith• Writers: Thomas F. Dixon  Jr. (novel) and Thomas F.  Dixon Jr.(play)• St...
Intolerance• Directed by D.W. Griffith• Loves Struggle Throughout the  Ages• Four parallel storylines   –   Crime and rede...
The Poor Little Rich Girl• Directed by Maurice  Tourneur• Writers: Eleanor Gates (play)  and Frances  Marion (scenario)• S...
Tarzan of the Apes• Directed by Scott Sidney• Writers: Edgar Rice  Burroughs (novel)Fred Miller• Stars: Elmo Lincoln, Enid...
Feline Follies-Felix the Cat• Directed by Otto Messmer• First appearance of Felix  the Cat• He is referred to as "Master  ...
The Mark of Zorro• Directed by Fred Niblo• Writer: Johnston  McCulley (based on the story  by: "The Curse of Capistrano"  ...
Three Musketeers• Directed by Fred Niblo• Writers: Alexandre Dumas  père (by: "The Three  Musketeers") and Edward  Knobloc...
Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des                Grauens• Nosferatu, A Symphony of  Horror• Directed by F.W. Murnau• Writer: H...
The Ten Commandments• Directed and produced by  Cecil B. DeMille• Written by Jeanie  MacPherson• Stars: Theodore  Roberts,...
The Thief of Baghdad• Directed by Raoul Walsh• Writers: Lotta  Woods (scenario editor)  and Douglas Fairbanks (story)• Sta...
Bronenosets Potyomkin• Battleship Potemkin• Directed by Sergei Eisenstein• Writer: Nina Agadzhanova (script)• Stars:Aleksa...
The Adventures Of Prince Achmed• Meeting Aladdin• Directed by Lotte Reiniger• One of the earliest feature-  length animate...
Metropolis• Directed by Fritz Lang• Writers: Thea von  Harbou (screenplay and  novel)• Stars:Brigitte Helm, Alfred  Abel a...
Habeas corpus• Directed by Leo McCarey and  James Parrott• Writers: Leo McCarey, H.M.  Walker• Stars:Stan Laurel, Oliver  ...
The Broadway Melody• Directed by Harry Beaumont• Produced by Irving Thalberg and  Lawrence Weingarten• Writers: Edmund  Go...
All Quiet on the Western Front• Director: Lewis Milestone• Writers: Erich Maria  Remarque (by) and Maxwell  Anderson(adapt...
City Lights• Written, directed by and  starring Charlie Chaplin• Stars: Charles  Chaplin, Virginia  Cherrill and Florence ...
Scarface• Directors: Howard  Hawks, Richard Rosson• Writers: Armitage  Trail (novel) and Ben  Hecht (screen story)• Stars:...
King Kong• Directed and produced by  Merian C. Cooper and Ernest  B. Schoedsack• Writers: James Ashmore  Creelman (screenp...
It Happened One Night• Directed by Frank Capra• Writers: Robert Riskin (screenplay)  and Samuel Hopkins Adams (short  stor...
Bride of Frankenstein• Director: James Whale• Writers: Mary  Shelley (suggested by the  original story written by)  and Wi...
Modern Times• Directed, written and  produced by Charlie  Chaplin• Stars: Charles  Chaplin, Paulette  Goddard and Henry  B...
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs• Directed by David Hand,  William Cottrell, Wilfred  Jackson ,Larry Morey ,Perce  Pearce, ...
The Adventures of Robin Hood• Directors: Michael Curtiz, William Keighley• Writers: Norman Reilly Raine (original  screen ...
The Wizard of Oz• Directed by Victor Fleming• Writers: Noel  Langley (screenplay)  and Florence  Ryerson(screenplay)• Star...
Fantasia•   8 animated segments     – Live action     – Directed by Samuel Armstrong          •   Toccata and Fugue in D M...
Citizen Kane• Director: Orson Welles• Writers: Herman J.  Mankiewicz (original  screenplay) and Orson  Welles (original sc...
Casablanca• Director: Michael Curtiz• Writers: Julius J.  Epstein (screenplay)  and Philip G.  Epstein(screenplay)• Stars:...
Shadow of a Doubt• Directed by Alfred  Hitchcock• Writers: Thornton  Wilder (screenplay) and  Sally Benson(screenplay),• S...
Laura• Director: Otto Preminger,• Writers: Vera  Caspary (novel) and Jay  Dratler (screenplay)• Stars: Gene Tierney, Dana ...
The Lost Weekend• Director: Billy Wilder• Writers: Charles R. Jackson (from the novel  by) and Charles Brackett(screenplay...
Its a Wonderful Life• Director: Frank Capra• Writers: Frances  Goodrich (screenplay)  and Albert  Hackett(screenplay)• Sta...
Miracle on 34th Street• Director: George Seaton• Writers: George  Seaton (written for the  screen by) and Valentine  Davie...
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre• Director: John Huston• Writers: John Huston (screen  play)and B. Traven (based on  the n...
The Third Man• Director: Carol Reed• Writers: Graham Greene• Stars: Orson Welles, Joseph  Cotten and Alida Valli• Film noi...
Sunset Boulevard• Director: Billy Wilder• Writers: Charles Brackett and Billy  Wilder• Stars: William Holden, Gloria  Swan...
The Day The Earth Stood Still• Director: Robert Wise• Writers: Edmund H.  North (screenplay)  and Harry Bates (story)• Sta...
Singing in the Rain• Directors: Stanley  Donen, Gene Kelly• Writers: Adolph  Green (story) and Betty  Comden (story)• Star...
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes• Director: Howard Hawks• Writers: Charles  Lederer (screenplay)  and Joseph Fields (based on  the...
On the Waterfront• Director: Elia Kazan• Writers: Budd Schulberg (screenplay and  based upon an original story by)• Stars:...
Rebel Without A Cause• Director: Nicholas Ray• Writers: Stewart  Stern (screenplay)and Irving  Shulman(adaptation)• Stars:...
The Searchers• Director: John Ford• Writers: Frank S.  Nugent (screenplay) and Alan  Le May (from the novel by)• Stars: Jo...
12 Angry Men• Director: Sidney Lumet• Writer: Reginald  Rose (story)• Stars: Henry Fonda, Lee J.  Cobb and Martin Balsam• ...
Vertigo• Director: Alfred  Hitchcock• Writers: Alec  Coppel (screenplay)  and Samuel A.  Taylor(screenplay)• Stars: James ...
Ben Hur• Director: William Wyler• Writers: Lew Wallace (novel)  and Karl  Tunberg (screenplay),• Stars: Charlton Heston, J...
Psycho• Director: Alfred Hitchcock• Writers: Joseph  Stefano (screenplay), Robert  Bloch (novel)• Stars: Anthony  Perkins,...
The Hustler• Director: Robert Rossen• Writers: Sidney  Carroll (screenplay)  and Robert  Rossen(screenplay)• Stars: Paul  ...
Lawrence of Arabia• Director: David Lean• Writers: T.E.  Lawrence (writings)  and Robert  Bolt (screenplay)  Stars: Peter ...
8 1/2• Director: Federico Fellini• Writers: Federico  Fellini (story)and Ennio  Flaiano (story)  Stars: Marcello  Mastroia...
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to   Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb• Director: Stanley Kubrick• Writers: Stanley  Kubri...
The Sound of Music• Director: Robert Wise• Writers: Howard Lindsay (book) and Russel  Crouse (book)• Stars: Julie Andrews,...
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly• Director: Sergio Leone• Writers: Luciano  Vincenzoni (story)  and Sergio Leone (story)  St...
Cool Hand Luke• Director: Stuart Rosenberg• Writers: Donn  Pearce (screenplay)  and Frank  Pierson (screenplay)• Stars: Pa...
2001: A Space Odyssey• Director: Stanley Kubrick• Writers: Stanley  Kubrick (screenplay) and  Arthur C.  Clarke(screenplay...
Easy Rider• Director: Dennis Hopper• Writers: Peter Fonda  and Dennis Hopper• Stars: Peter Fonda, Dennis  Hopper and Jack ...
Patton• Director: Franklin J.  Schaffner• Writers: Francis Ford  Coppola (screen story and  screenplay) and Edmund H.  Nor...
Clockwork Orange• Director: Stanley Kubrick• Writers: Stanley  Kubrick (screenplay)  and Anthony  Burgess(novel)• Stars: M...
The Godfather• Director: Francis Ford  Coppola• Writers: Mario  Puzo (screenplay)  and Francis Ford  Coppola(screenplay)• ...
The Exorcist• Director: William Friedkin• Writers: William Peter  Blatty (written for the  screen by, novel)• Stars: Ellen...
Chinatown• Director: Roman Polanski• Writer: Robert Towne• Stars: Jack  Nicholson, Faye  Dunaway and John  Huston• 130 min...
One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest• Director: Milos Forman• Writers: Lawrence  Hauben (screenplay) and Bo  Goldman(screenplay)...
Network• Director: Sidney Lumet• Writer: Paddy  Chayefsky (by)• Stars: Faye  Dunaway, William  Holden and Peter Finch• 121...
Star Wars• Director: George Lucas• Writer: George Lucas• Stars: Mark  Hamill, Harrison  Ford and Carrie Fisher• 121 mins  ...
Superman• Director: Richard Donner• Writers: Jerry  Siegel (creator:  Superman) and Joe  Shuster (creator:  Superman)  Sta...
Alien• Director: Ridley Scott• Writers: Dan  OBannon (story)  and Ronald  Shusett (story)  Stars: Sigourney  Weaver, Tom  ...
Raging Bull• Director: Martin Scorsese• Writers: Jake  LaMotta (based on the  book by) and Joseph  Carter (with)• Stars: R...
Raiders of the Lost Ark• Director: Steven Spielberg• Writers: Lawrence  Kasdan (screenplay)  and George Lucas(story)• Star...
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan• Director: Nicholas  Meyer• Writers: Gene  Roddenberry (television  series Star Trek) and  Ha...
Scarface• Director: Brian De Palma• Writer: Oliver  Stone (screenplay) Stars: Al  Pacino, Michelle  Pfeiffer and Steven Ba...
The Terminator• Director: James  Cameron• Writers: James Cameron  and Gale Anne Hurd• Stars: Arnold  Schwarzenegger, Linda...
Brazil• Director: Terry Gilliam• Writers: Terry  Gilliam (screenplay)  and Tom  Stoppard(screenplay)• Stars: Jonathan  Pry...
Platoon• Director: Oliver Stone• Writer: Oliver Stone• Stars: Charlie  Sheen, Tom  Berenger and Willem  Dafoe• 120 mins   ...
Planes, Trains & Automobiles• Director: John Hughes• Writer: John Hughes• Stars: Steve  Martin, John  Candy and Laila Robi...
Who Framed Roger Rabbit• Director: Robert  Zemeckis• Writers: Gary K.  Wolf (novel) and Jeffrey  Price (screenplay)• Stars...
Do the Right Thing• Director: Spike Lee• Writer: Spike Lee• Stars: Danny  Aiello, Ossie  Davis and Ruby Dee• 120 mins     ...
Goodfellas• Director: Martin Scorsese• Writers: Nicholas  Pileggi (book and  screenplay) Stars: Robert  De Niro, Ray  Liot...
Silence of the Lambs• Director: Jonathan Demme• Writers: Thomas Harris (novel)  and Ted Tally (screenplay)• Stars: Jodie F...
The Player• Director: Robert Altman• Writers: Michael  Tolkin (screenplay and  novel)• Stars: Tim Robbins, Greta  Scacchi ...
Schindlers List• Director: Steven Spielberg• Writers: Thomas  Keneally (book)  and Steven  Zaillian(screenplay)• Stars: Li...
Pulp Fiction• Director: Quentin Tarantino• Writers: Quentin  Tarantino (story) and Roger  Avary (story) Stars: John  Travo...
Toy Story• Director: John Lasseter• Writers: John  Lasseter (original story)  and Pete Docter (original  story) Stars: Tom...
Fargo• Director: Joel Coen• Writers: Ethan Coen  and Joel Coen• Stars: William H.  Macy, Frances  McDormand and Steve  Bus...
L.A. Confidential• Director: Curtis Hanson• Writers: James  Ellroy (novel) and Brian  Helgeland (screenplay)  Stars: Kevin...
The Truman Show• Director: Peter Weir• Writer: Andrew Niccol• Stars: Jim Carrey, Ed  Harris and Laura Linney• 103 mins    ...
The Matrix• Directors: Andy Wachowski  and Lana Wachowski• Writers: Andy Wachowski  and Lana Wachowski• Stars: Keanu  Reev...
Memento• Director: Christopher  Nolan• Writers: Christopher  Nolan (screenplay)  and Jonathan Nolan(short  story "Memento ...
Mulholland Drive• Director: David Lynch• Writer: David Lynch• Stars: Naomi Watts, Laura  Harring and Justin Theroux• 147 m...
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of                the Ring• Director: Peter Jackson• Writers: J.R.R.  Tolkien (novel) an...
Lost in Translation• Director: Sofia Coppola• Writer: Sofia Coppola• Stars: Bill Murray, Scarlett  Johansson and Giovanni ...
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind• Director: Michel Gondry• Writers: Charlie  Kaufman (story), Michel  Gondry (story)•...
Brokeback Mountain• Director: Ang Lee• Writers: Annie  Proulx (short story)  and Larry  McMurtry(screenplay)• Stars: Jake ...
Little Miss Sunshine• Directors: Jonathan  Dayton and Valerie Faris• Writer: Michael Arndt• Stars: Steve Carell, Toni  Col...
There Will be Blood• Director: Paul Thomas  Anderson• Writers: Paul Thomas  Anderson (screenplay)  and Upton Sinclair (nov...
The Dark Knight• Director: Christopher Nolan• Writers: Jonathan  Nolan (screenplay) and  Christopher Nolan (screenplay)• S...
District 9• Director: Neill  Blomkamp• Writers: Neill Blomkamp  and Terri Tatchell• Stars: Sharlto  Copley, David  James a...
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115 Years of Film 1895 to 2009

  1. 1. 115 Years of Film B. Jalandoni J. YlananIn partial fulfillment of the requirements for Visual Literacy class, PSHS Main Campus
  2. 2. Based on
  3. 3. The Execution of Mary Stuart• The execution of Mary, Queen of Scots• Directed by Alfred Clark and produced by Thomas Edison• Stars: Robert Thomae• 18 secs 1895
  4. 4. The Kiss• Directed by William Heise• Writer: John J. McNally (play)• Stars: May Irwin and John C. Rice• The first kiss ever on film• Aka The Rice-Irwin Kiss• 47 secs 1896
  5. 5. Old Man Drinking a Glass of Beer• Aka Comic Faces• Directed by G.A Smith• Stars: Tom Green• 35 secs 1897
  6. 6. Santa Claus• Directed by G.A Smith• Stars:Laura Bayley, Dorothy Smith and Harold Smith• 1 min 16 secs 1898
  7. 7. Jeanne dArc• Joan of Arc• Written and directed by George Melies• Stars: Bleuette Bernon, Georges Méliès and Jeanne dAlcy• One of the first colored films• 10 mins 1899
  8. 8. Grandmas Reading Glass• Directed by G.A Smith• Stars: Harold Smith• A girl looks through glasses at various objects, seen magnified• 1 min 20 secs 1900
  9. 9. The Execution of Czolgosz with Panorama of Auburn Prison• Directed by Edwin S. Porter• The panorama that opens this film was shot on the day that Czolgosz was actually executed• 4 mins 1901
  10. 10. Levoyage dans la Lune• A Trip to the Moon• Stars: Georges Méliès, Victor André and Bleuette Bernon• A group of astronomers go on an expedition to the moon• 14 mins 1902
  11. 11. The Great Train Robbery• Written, produced and directed by Edwin S. Porter• Stars: Gilbert M. Broncho Billy Anderson, A.C. Abadieand George Barnes• 12 mins 1903
  12. 12. The Impossible Voyage• Directed by George Melies• Writers: Adolphe dEnnery (play) and Georges Méliès• Stars: Georges Méliès• 24 mins 1904
  13. 13. Le Diable Noir• Directed by George Melies• The Black Imp• A traveler at an inn is harassed by a mischievous devil in his room.• 4 mins 1905
  14. 14. Humorous Phases of Funny Faces• Directed by J. Stuart Blackton• Stars: J. Stuart Blackton• A cartoonist draws faces and figures on a blackboard - and they come to life.• Considered the first truly animated movie• 3 mins 1906
  15. 15. Ben-Hur• Directed by Sidney Olcott, Frank Oakes Rose, H. Temple and Harrey T Morrey• Writers: Gene Gauntier and Lew Wallace (novel)• Stars: Herman Rottger and William S. Hart• 15 mins 1907
  16. 16. Dreams of Toyland• Directed by Arthur Melbourne Cooper• A boy dreams toys come to life.• 8 mins 1908
  17. 17. A Midsummer Nights Dream• Directed by Charles Kent and J. Stuart Blackton• Writers: William Shakespeare (play) and Eugene Mullin (scenario)• Stars: Walter Ackerman, Charles Chapman and Dolores Costello• Produced by J. Stuart Blackton• 12 mins 1909
  18. 18. A Christmas Carol• Directed by Harold Shaw• Writer: Charles Dickens (short story)• Stars: Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle and William Bechtel• English intertitles• 15 mins 1910
  19. 19. The Lonedale Operator• Directed by D.W. Griffith• Stars:Verner Clarges, Guy Hedlund and Jeanie Macpherson• Used close-ups which were uncommon at the time• 17 mins• English intertitle 1911
  20. 20. Cleopatra• Directed by Charles L. Gaskill• Produced by Helen Gardner• Writer: Victorien Sardou (play)• Stars: Helen Gardner, Pearl Sindelar and Miss Fielding• English intertitles• Just over an hour 1912
  21. 21. Fantomas• Directed by Louis Feuillade• Writers: Marcel Allain (novel) and Louis Feuillade• Stars: René Navarre, Georges Melchior and Renée Carl• Produced by Romeo Bosetti• French intertitles• 5 episodes 1913
  22. 22. Squaw Man• Directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille• Produced by Cecil B. DeMill and Jesse L. Lasky• Writers: Edwin Milton Royle (play) and Cecil B. DeMille(picturizer)• Stars:Dustin Farnum• First feature-length movie filmed in Hollywood• Remade 3 times• English intertitles• 74 mins 1914
  23. 23. The Birth of a Nation• Directed by D.W. Griffith• Writers: Thomas F. Dixon Jr. (novel) and Thomas F. Dixon Jr.(play)• Stars: Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh and Henry B. Walthall• English intertitles• 190 mins 1915
  24. 24. Intolerance• Directed by D.W. Griffith• Loves Struggle Throughout the Ages• Four parallel storylines – Crime and redemption – Christ’s mission and death – St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre – The Fall of the Babylonian Empire to Persia• English intertitles• 210 mins 1916
  25. 25. The Poor Little Rich Girl• Directed by Maurice Tourneur• Writers: Eleanor Gates (play) and Frances Marion (scenario)• Stars: Mary Pickford, Madlaine Traverse and Charles Wellesley• English intertitles• 65 mins 1917
  26. 26. Tarzan of the Apes• Directed by Scott Sidney• Writers: Edgar Rice Burroughs (novel)Fred Miller• Stars: Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey and True Boardman• First Tarzan movie ever made• English intertitles• 73 mins 1918
  27. 27. Feline Follies-Felix the Cat• Directed by Otto Messmer• First appearance of Felix the Cat• He is referred to as "Master Tom"• English intertitles• 6 mins 1919
  28. 28. The Mark of Zorro• Directed by Fred Niblo• Writer: Johnston McCulley (based on the story by: "The Curse of Capistrano" published in "All-Story Weekly")• Stars: Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite De La Motte andRobert McKim• English intertitles• 90 mins 1920
  29. 29. Three Musketeers• Directed by Fred Niblo• Writers: Alexandre Dumas père (by: "The Three Musketeers") and Edward Knoblock (adapted by)• Stars: Adolphe Menjou, Mary MacLaren and Nigel De Brulier• English intertitles• 119 mins 1921
  30. 30. Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens• Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror• Directed by F.W. Murnau• Writer: Henrik Galeen (screen play)• Stars:Max Schreck, Greta Schröder and Ruth Landshoff• Geman intertitles• 94 mins 1922
  31. 31. The Ten Commandments• Directed and produced by Cecil B. DeMille• Written by Jeanie MacPherson• Stars: Theodore Roberts, Charles de Rochefort and Estelle Taylor• English intertitles• 136 mins 1923
  32. 32. The Thief of Baghdad• Directed by Raoul Walsh• Writers: Lotta Woods (scenario editor) and Douglas Fairbanks (story)• Stars:Douglas Fairbanks, Julanne Johnston and Snitz Edwards• Adapted from A Thousand and One Nights• 140 mins 1924
  33. 33. Bronenosets Potyomkin• Battleship Potemkin• Directed by Sergei Eisenstein• Writer: Nina Agadzhanova (script)• Stars:Aleksandr Antonov, Vladimir Barsky and Grigori Aleksandrov• Russian Intertitles• Named greatest film of all time in 1958• 75 mins 1925
  34. 34. The Adventures Of Prince Achmed• Meeting Aladdin• Directed by Lotte Reiniger• One of the earliest feature- length animated films• Silhouette animation• 65 mins 1926
  35. 35. Metropolis• Directed by Fritz Lang• Writers: Thea von Harbou (screenplay and novel)• Stars:Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel and Gustav Fröhlich• 145 mins (restored) 1927
  36. 36. Habeas corpus• Directed by Leo McCarey and James Parrott• Writers: Leo McCarey, H.M. Walker• Stars:Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and Richard Carle• Produced by Hal Roach• 20 mins 1928
  37. 37. The Broadway Melody• Directed by Harry Beaumont• Produced by Irving Thalberg and Lawrence Weingarten• Writers: Edmund Goulding and Sarah Y. Mason• Stars: Bessie Love, Anita Page and Charles King• The first sound film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture• Uses a technicolor sequence• 110 mins 1929
  38. 38. All Quiet on the Western Front• Director: Lewis Milestone• Writers: Erich Maria Remarque (by) and Maxwell Anderson(adaptation),• Stars: Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim and John Wray• Produced by Irving Thalberg and Lawrence Weingarten• The first sound film to win and Academy Award for Best Picture• Uses a technicolor sequence• 110 mins 1930
  39. 39. City Lights• Written, directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin• Stars: Charles Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill and Florence Lee• Silent film though sound film was already popular• 87 mins 1931
  40. 40. Scarface• Directors: Howard Hawks, Richard Rosson• Writers: Armitage Trail (novel) and Ben Hecht (screen story)• Stars: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak and Karen Morley• Produced by Howard Hughes• 93 mins 1932
  41. 41. King Kong• Directed and produced by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack• Writers: James Ashmore Creelman (screenplay) and Ruth Rose(screenplay)• Stars: Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Bruce Cabot• 100-104 mins 1933
  42. 42. It Happened One Night• Directed by Frank Capra• Writers: Robert Riskin (screenplay) and Samuel Hopkins Adams (short story)• Stars: Clark Gable, Claudette Colbert and Walter Connolly• Won five major Academy Awards – Best Picture – Director – Actor – Actress – Screenplay• 105 mins 1934
  43. 43. Bride of Frankenstein• Director: James Whale• Writers: Mary Shelley (suggested by the original story written by) and William Hurlbut (adapted by)• Stars: Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester and Colin Clive• 75 mins 1935
  44. 44. Modern Times• Directed, written and produced by Charlie Chaplin• Stars: Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard and Henry Bergman• 87 mins 1936
  45. 45. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs• Directed by David Hand, William Cottrell, Wilfred Jackson ,Larry Morey ,Perce Pearce, Ben Sharpsteen• Writers: Ted Sears (story) and Richard Creedon (story)• Stars: Adriana Caselotti, Harry Stockwell and Lucille La Verne• 83 mins 1937
  46. 46. The Adventures of Robin Hood• Directors: Michael Curtiz, William Keighley• Writers: Norman Reilly Raine (original screen play: based upon ancient Robin Hood legends), Seton I. Miller (original screen play: based upon ancient Robin Hood legends), and Rowland Leigh (contributor to treatment) uncredited• Stars: Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland and Basil Rathbone• Filmed in technicolor• Won 3 Academy Awards – Best Art Direction – Film Editing – Original Score• 102 mins 1938
  47. 47. The Wizard of Oz• Directed by Victor Fleming• Writers: Noel Langley (screenplay) and Florence Ryerson(screenplay)• Stars: Judy Garland, Frank Morgan and Ray Bolger• Produced by Mervyn LeRoy• 101 mins 1939
  48. 48. Fantasia• 8 animated segments – Live action – Directed by Samuel Armstrong • Toccata and Fugue in D Minor and Nutcracker Suite – Directed by James Algar • The Sorcerers Apprentice – Directed by Bill Roberts and Paul Satterfield • The Rite of Spring – Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and David D. Hand • Intermission/Meet the Soundtrack – Directed by Hamilton Luske, Jim Handley and Ford Beebe • The Pastoral Symphony – Directed by T. Hee and Norm Ferguson • Dance of the Hours – Directed by Wilfred Jackson • Night on Bald Mountain and Ave Maria• 125 mins 1940
  49. 49. Citizen Kane• Director: Orson Welles• Writers: Herman J. Mankiewicz (original screenplay) and Orson Welles (original screenplay)• Stars: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten and Dorothy Comingore• Tops the list twice (1997, 2007) of AFI’s Greatest Movies of All Time• 119 mins 1941
  50. 50. Casablanca• Director: Michael Curtiz• Writers: Julius J. Epstein (screenplay) and Philip G. Epstein(screenplay)• Stars:Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid• 102 mins 1942
  51. 51. Shadow of a Doubt• Directed by Alfred Hitchcock• Writers: Thornton Wilder (screenplay) and Sally Benson(screenplay),• Stars: Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten and Macdonald Carey• Produced by Jack H. Skirball• 108 mins 1943
  52. 52. Laura• Director: Otto Preminger,• Writers: Vera Caspary (novel) and Jay Dratler (screenplay)• Stars: Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and Clifton Webb• 119 mins 1944
  53. 53. The Lost Weekend• Director: Billy Wilder• Writers: Charles R. Jackson (from the novel by) and Charles Brackett(screenplay)• Stars: Ray Milland, Jane Wyman and Phillip Terry• Produced by Charles Brackett• Won 4 Academy Awards – Best Picture – Director – Actor – Screenplay• Won the 1945 Grand Prix du Festival International du Film at the first Cannes Film Festival – Best director of the best feature film• 101 min 1945
  54. 54. Its a Wonderful Life• Director: Frank Capra• Writers: Frances Goodrich (screenplay) and Albert Hackett(screenplay)• Stars:James Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore• 130 mins 1946
  55. 55. Miracle on 34th Street• Director: George Seaton• Writers: George Seaton (written for the screen by) and Valentine Davies (story)• Stars: Edmund Gwenn, Maureen OHara and John Payne• 96 mins 1947
  56. 56. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre• Director: John Huston• Writers: John Huston (screen play)and B. Traven (based on the novel by)• Stars: Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston and Tim Holt• Produced by Henry Blake• 126 mins 1948
  57. 57. The Third Man• Director: Carol Reed• Writers: Graham Greene• Stars: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten and Alida Valli• Film noir - a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas• 104 mins 1949
  58. 58. Sunset Boulevard• Director: Billy Wilder• Writers: Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder• Stars: William Holden, Gloria Swanson and Erich von Stroheim• Produced by Charles Brackett• Film noir• Won 3 Academy Awards – Best writing, story and screenplay – Art Direction-Set Decoration – Music• 110 mins 1950
  59. 59. The Day The Earth Stood Still• Director: Robert Wise• Writers: Edmund H. North (screenplay) and Harry Bates (story)• Stars: Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal and Hugh Marlowe• 92 mins 1951
  60. 60. Singing in the Rain• Directors: Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly• Writers: Adolph Green (story) and Betty Comden (story)• Stars: Gene Kelly, Donald OConnor and Debbie Reynolds• 103 mins 1952
  61. 61. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes• Director: Howard Hawks• Writers: Charles Lederer (screenplay) and Joseph Fields (based on the musical comedy by)• Stars: Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe and Charles Coburn• 91 mins 1953
  62. 62. On the Waterfront• Director: Elia Kazan• Writers: Budd Schulberg (screenplay and based upon an original story by)• Stars: Marlon Brando, Karl Malden and Lee J. Cobb• Received 8 Academy Awards – Best Motion Picture – Director – Actor – Story and Screenplay – Supporting Actress – Art Direction-Set Decoration Black-and-White – Cinematography – Film Editing• 108 mins 1954
  63. 63. Rebel Without A Cause• Director: Nicholas Ray• Writers: Stewart Stern (screenplay)and Irving Shulman(adaptation)• Stars: James Dean, Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo• 111 mins 1955
  64. 64. The Searchers• Director: John Ford• Writers: Frank S. Nugent (screenplay) and Alan Le May (from the novel by)• Stars: John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter and Vera Miles• Named Greatest American Western of All Time in 2008• Ranked 7th Best Film of All Time in Sight & Sound’s 2012 survey• 119 mins 1956
  65. 65. 12 Angry Men• Director: Sidney Lumet• Writer: Reginald Rose (story)• Stars: Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb and Martin Balsam• 96 mins 1957
  66. 66. Vertigo• Director: Alfred Hitchcock• Writers: Alec Coppel (screenplay) and Samuel A. Taylor(screenplay)• Stars: James Stewart, Kim Novak and Barbara Bel Geddes• 128 mins 1958
  67. 67. Ben Hur• Director: William Wyler• Writers: Lew Wallace (novel) and Karl Tunberg (screenplay),• Stars: Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins and Stephen Boyd• Won 11 Academy Awards and 3 Golden Globe Awards• 212 mins 1959
  68. 68. Psycho• Director: Alfred Hitchcock• Writers: Joseph Stefano (screenplay), Robert Bloch (novel)• Stars: Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh and Vera Miles• Tops the list of AFI’s Greatest Thriller Films• 109 mins 1960
  69. 69. The Hustler• Director: Robert Rossen• Writers: Sidney Carroll (screenplay) and Robert Rossen(screenplay)• Stars: Paul Newman, Jackie Gleason and Piper Laurie• 134 mins 1961
  70. 70. Lawrence of Arabia• Director: David Lean• Writers: T.E. Lawrence (writings) and Robert Bolt (screenplay) Stars: Peter OToole, Alec Guinness and Anthony Quinn• 216 mins 1962
  71. 71. 8 1/2• Director: Federico Fellini• Writers: Federico Fellini (story)and Ennio Flaiano (story) Stars: Marcello Mastroianni, Anouk Aimée and Claudia Cardinale• 138 mins 1963
  72. 72. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb• Director: Stanley Kubrick• Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay) and Terry Southern(screenplay)• Stars: Peter Sellers, George C. Scott and Sterling Hayden• Won 4 BAFTA Awards• 95 mins 1964
  73. 73. The Sound of Music• Director: Robert Wise• Writers: Howard Lindsay (book) and Russel Crouse (book)• Stars: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer and Eleanor Parker• Won 2 Golden Globes – Best Motion Picture – Actress• Won 5 Academy Awards – Best Picture – Director – Sound – Scoring of Music – Film Editing• 174 mins 1965
  74. 74. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly• Director: Sergio Leone• Writers: Luciano Vincenzoni (story) and Sergio Leone (story) Stars: Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef• 161 mins 1966
  75. 75. Cool Hand Luke• Director: Stuart Rosenberg• Writers: Donn Pearce (screenplay) and Frank Pierson (screenplay)• Stars: Paul Newman, George Kennedy and Strother Martin• 126 mins 1967
  76. 76. 2001: A Space Odyssey• Director: Stanley Kubrick• Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay) and Arthur C. Clarke(screenplay)• Stars: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood and William Sylvester• 141 mins 1968
  77. 77. Easy Rider• Director: Dennis Hopper• Writers: Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper• Stars: Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson• Produced by Peter Fonda• Received the First Film Award in the 1969 Cannes Film Festival• 95 mins 1969
  78. 78. Patton• Director: Franklin J. Schaffner• Writers: Francis Ford Coppola (screen story and screenplay) and Edmund H. North (screen story and screenplay)• Stars: George C. Scott, Karl Malden and Stephen Young• Won 7 Academy Awards• 172 mins 1970
  79. 79. Clockwork Orange• Director: Stanley Kubrick• Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay) and Anthony Burgess(novel)• Stars: Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee and Michael Bates• 136 mins 1971
  80. 80. The Godfather• Director: Francis Ford Coppola• Writers: Mario Puzo (screenplay) and Francis Ford Coppola(screenplay)• Stars: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and James Caan• 175 mins 1972
  81. 81. The Exorcist• Director: William Friedkin• Writers: William Peter Blatty (written for the screen by, novel)• Stars: Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow and Linda Blair• First horror film to be nominated for Best Picture• Won 2 Academy Awards• 122 mins 1973
  82. 82. Chinatown• Director: Roman Polanski• Writer: Robert Towne• Stars: Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway and John Huston• 130 mins 1974
  83. 83. One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest• Director: Milos Forman• Writers: Lawrence Hauben (screenplay) and Bo Goldman(screenplay)• Stars: Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher and Michael Berryman• Second film to win the big five major awards• 133 mins 1975
  84. 84. Network• Director: Sidney Lumet• Writer: Paddy Chayefsky (by)• Stars: Faye Dunaway, William Holden and Peter Finch• 121 mins 1976
  85. 85. Star Wars• Director: George Lucas• Writer: George Lucas• Stars: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher• 121 mins 1977
  86. 86. Superman• Director: Richard Donner• Writers: Jerry Siegel (creator: Superman) and Joe Shuster (creator: Superman) Stars: Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder and Gene Hackman• 143 mins 1978
  87. 87. Alien• Director: Ridley Scott• Writers: Dan OBannon (story) and Ronald Shusett (story) Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt and John Hurt• 117 mins 1979
  88. 88. Raging Bull• Director: Martin Scorsese• Writers: Jake LaMotta (based on the book by) and Joseph Carter (with)• Stars: Robert De Niro, Cathy Moriarty and Joe Pesci• 129 mins 1980
  89. 89. Raiders of the Lost Ark• Director: Steven Spielberg• Writers: Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay) and George Lucas(story)• Stars: Harrison Ford, Karen Allen and Paul Freeman• 115 mins 1981
  90. 90. Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan• Director: Nicholas Meyer• Writers: Gene Roddenberry (television series Star Trek) and Harve Bennett (story) Stars: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley• 113 mins 1982
  91. 91. Scarface• Director: Brian De Palma• Writer: Oliver Stone (screenplay) Stars: Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Steven Bauer• 170 mins 1983
  92. 92. The Terminator• Director: James Cameron• Writers: James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd• Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton and Michael Biehn• 107 mins 1984
  93. 93. Brazil• Director: Terry Gilliam• Writers: Terry Gilliam (screenplay) and Tom Stoppard(screenplay)• Stars: Jonathan Pryce, Kim Greist and Robert De Niro• 132 mins 1985
  94. 94. Platoon• Director: Oliver Stone• Writer: Oliver Stone• Stars: Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger and Willem Dafoe• 120 mins 1986
  95. 95. Planes, Trains & Automobiles• Director: John Hughes• Writer: John Hughes• Stars: Steve Martin, John Candy and Laila Robins• 93 mins 1987
  96. 96. Who Framed Roger Rabbit• Director: Robert Zemeckis• Writers: Gary K. Wolf (novel) and Jeffrey Price (screenplay)• Stars: Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd and Joanna Cassidy• 104 mins 1988
  97. 97. Do the Right Thing• Director: Spike Lee• Writer: Spike Lee• Stars: Danny Aiello, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee• 120 mins 1989
  98. 98. Goodfellas• Director: Martin Scorsese• Writers: Nicholas Pileggi (book and screenplay) Stars: Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta and Joe Pesci• 146 mins 1990
  99. 99. Silence of the Lambs• Director: Jonathan Demme• Writers: Thomas Harris (novel) and Ted Tally (screenplay)• Stars: Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins and Lawrence A. Bonney• Latest film to win the big five major academy awards• Latest horror film to win Best Picture• 118 mins 1991
  100. 100. The Player• Director: Robert Altman• Writers: Michael Tolkin (screenplay and novel)• Stars: Tim Robbins, Greta Scacchi and Fred Ward• 124 mins 1992
  101. 101. Schindlers List• Director: Steven Spielberg• Writers: Thomas Keneally (book) and Steven Zaillian(screenplay)• Stars: Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley• 195 mins 1993
  102. 102. Pulp Fiction• Director: Quentin Tarantino• Writers: Quentin Tarantino (story) and Roger Avary (story) Stars: John Travolta, Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson• Won the Palme d ‘Or (Best Film) in Cannes Film Festival• Won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay• 154 mins 1994
  103. 103. Toy Story• Director: John Lasseter• Writers: John Lasseter (original story) and Pete Docter (original story) Stars: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Don Rickles• First computer- animated film produced by Pixar• 81 mins 1995
  104. 104. Fargo• Director: Joel Coen• Writers: Ethan Coen and Joel Coen• Stars: William H. Macy, Frances McDormand and Steve Buscemi• 98 mins 1996
  105. 105. L.A. Confidential• Director: Curtis Hanson• Writers: James Ellroy (novel) and Brian Helgeland (screenplay) Stars: Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce• 138 mins 1997
  106. 106. The Truman Show• Director: Peter Weir• Writer: Andrew Niccol• Stars: Jim Carrey, Ed Harris and Laura Linney• 103 mins 1998
  107. 107. The Matrix• Directors: Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski• Writers: Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski• Stars: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss• 136 mins 1999
  108. 108. Memento• Director: Christopher Nolan• Writers: Christopher Nolan (screenplay) and Jonathan Nolan(short story "Memento Mori")• Stars: Guy Pearce, Carrie- Anne Moss and Joe Pantoliano• 113 mins 2000
  109. 109. Mulholland Drive• Director: David Lynch• Writer: David Lynch• Stars: Naomi Watts, Laura Harring and Justin Theroux• 147 mins 2001
  110. 110. Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring• Director: Peter Jackson• Writers: J.R.R. Tolkien (novel) and Fran Walsh (screenplay)• Stars: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen and Orlando Bloom• 178 mins 2002
  111. 111. Lost in Translation• Director: Sofia Coppola• Writer: Sofia Coppola• Stars: Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Giovanni Ribisi• 101 mins 2003
  112. 112. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind• Director: Michel Gondry• Writers: Charlie Kaufman (story), Michel Gondry (story)• Stars: Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet and Tom Wilkinson• Best Original Screenplay• 108 mins 2004
  113. 113. Brokeback Mountain• Director: Ang Lee• Writers: Annie Proulx (short story) and Larry McMurtry(screenplay)• Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams• 134 mins 2005
  114. 114. Little Miss Sunshine• Directors: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris• Writer: Michael Arndt• Stars: Steve Carell, Toni Collette and Greg Kinnear• 101 mins 2006
  115. 115. There Will be Blood• Director: Paul Thomas Anderson• Writers: Paul Thomas Anderson (screenplay) and Upton Sinclair (novel)• Stars: Daniel Day- Lewis, Paul Dano and Ciarán Hinds• 158 mins 2007
  116. 116. The Dark Knight• Director: Christopher Nolan• Writers: Jonathan Nolan (screenplay) and Christopher Nolan (screenplay)• Stars: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger and Aaron Eckhart• Won Best Supporting Actor for Heath Ledger as “Joker”• This was the last film Heath Ledger completed before his death• 152 mins 2008
  117. 117. District 9• Director: Neill Blomkamp• Writers: Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell• Stars: Sharlto Copley, David James and Jason Cope• 112 mins 2009
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