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    • COMENIUS PROJECT: THE CINEMA IN FRANCE
    • Summary: 1 The beginning of the cinema 2 Kind of movies… 3 Actors and films producers 4 Heritage cinema 5 The cinema in the world 6 How is the cinema in Lyon and for who is it ?
    • 1 The beginning of the cinema The cinema was born in our city (Lyon) in 1895. August and Louis Lumiere are the first who invented the cinema with the help of different materials like: thaumatrope: Praxinoscope:
    • Kinescope: Their technical was moving a lot of pictures with their specific equipment and since this evenement it was the birth of the cinema and the origin of the first film projection, in 1895, in Paris. In France, we call the cinema the seventh art. August and Louis are brothers and we call them the Lumière brothers (in French: Les frères Lumière).
    • Many places in Lyon are bearing The Lumiere name, for example: universities, subway stations, high schools, institutes... An university The subway station
    • A high school Near the subway station, there is the house of august and Louis. Today their house is a museum of the cinematography.
    • 2 Kind of movies… There are a lot of kinds of films: horror, adventure, science fiction Action, Comedy, Fantastic, Drama, cartoons (ex: Roi lion, Age de Glace), Suspense…In our cinema, we can find all the kinds of films. We can also choose how to lo watch our film, for example the 3D, 4D, 5D, 6D, and 7D. Watching a film in 3D version is more expansive than watching a normal film if you buy the glasses, if not you pay 6 euro 80. 4D film or 4- D film is a marketing term for an entertainment presentation system combining a 3D film with physical effects. 4D films have occasionally been marketed as 5D, 6D, or 7D films in order to emphasize the variety or uniqueness of their theatre effects. However, there is no consistent standard among films for the application of these marketing labels. In Lyon, people can watch 5D film but that is more expensive( 5 euro for 5 minutes) because you can smell, move, feel, touch while watching the film.
    • 3 Actors and films Producers Some actors in France: Josiane Belasko, Sophie Marceau, Louise Monot , VanessaParadis, Annie Girardot , Nathalie Baye, Sandrine Kiberlain , Lionel Abelanski‎, Ary Abittan‎, Simon Abkarian‎, Marcel Achard, Kev Adams‎, Leyla Bekhti…Some scenarists: Alfred Adam, Pascal Elbé‎, Magà Ettori‎, Gérard Oury‎, Chapour Haghighat‎, Miche Hazanavicius‎,Francis Huster‎…4 Cinema heritages The cinema of the heritage is the cinema of our country or for our fathers. The films that are in the French heritage are generally black and white and it project in art-house places like: Les Alysée, CNP Bellecour, CNP Terreaux, Le cinema, Cinema Opéra and Ciné Duchère. To have information about cinema, we
    • can go to the cinématheque where we can find a lot of CD of films. In Lyon, we can go to an institute. This institute is a museum and a library where we can meet famous actors and film producers too. The students can have cinema education; they can go to The Lumiere high school or The high school of the First Film (lycée du premier film) in Lyon. In the TV, many movies project nearly every evening in different channel: France 5, France 2, m6, w9…for the old films and Canal+ for the recants films but this channel is paying. There are cinema festivals like Lumiere festival or the Short Film festival. Every year there is a cinema festival where there are prices for the best actors, the best movies… (For example: Gérard Depardieu who is very popular in France because he won very prices like Cesar, Oscar…) Some French popularly films: Les aventures d’Amélie Poulain, Les choristes, le Pacte des loups, Le transporteur, Ne le dis à personne, Intouchables… 5 The cinema in the world Many films, actors and scenarists in the world are coming from USA so the films in France, Turkey, Spain,
    • Belgic and Italia are the most Americans. In Belgic: The Kinepolis Group is a Belgian chain of movie theatres conceived in 1997 which consist of 23 Cinema complexes in Europe, representing a total of 317 theatres. They received about 22 million visitors in 2008. Kinepolis is listed on the Brussels stock exchange. In Spain: The art of motion-picture making within the Kingdom of Spain or by Spanish filmmakers abroad is collectively known as Spanish Cinema. In recent years, Spanish cinema has achieved high marks of recognition. In the long history of Spanish cinema, the great filmmaker Luis Buñuel was the first to achieve universal recognition, followed by Pedro Almodóvar in the 1980s. Spanish cinema has also seen international success over the years with films by directors like Segundo de Chomón, Florián Rey, Luis García Berlanga, Juan Antonio Bardem, Carlos Saura, Julio Médem and Alejandro Amenábar. Woody Allen, upon receiving the prestigious Prince of Asturias Award in 2002 in Oviedo remarked: "when I left New York, the most exciting film in the city at the time was Spanish, Pedro Almodovar's one. I hope that Europeans will continue to lead the way in film
    • making because at the moment not much is coming from the United States. In Italia: The cinema of Italy traces the development of Italian cinema which began just a few months after the first public film screening by the French Lumière brothers, which took place in Paris on 28 December 1895.[1] The Lumière brothers commenced public screenings in Italy in 1896: in March 1896, in Rome and Milan; in April in Naples, Salerno and Bari; in June in Livorno; in August in Bergamo, Bologna and Ravenna; in October in Ancona and in December in Turin, Pescara and Reggio Calabria. Local film production commenced in 1903. In Turkey: Turkish cinema is an important part of Turkish culture, and has flourished over the years, delivering entertainment to audiences in Turkey, expatriates across Europe, more recently prospering in the Arab world and in rare cases, the USA. 6 How is the cinema in Lyon and for who is it ?
    • There are films for the children, for the adults, for the students, for the heritage and for the education. In Lyon, every student in high-school have M’RA card, with it you can go to the cinema 5 times gratis. Wa have a lot of cinema in our city: Cinema Comoedia, Bellecombe, CNP Terreaux, Pathé Lyon, Bellecour, UGC, Astoria, CNP Bellecour , UGC Part-dieu and UGC cite international. There are around 20 films per month. The children, in primary school and high-school go three time to the cinema with their teacher.