Category: History of Film

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1 Intro – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"Film is a disease, when it infects your blood stream is takes over as the number one hormone, it plays

10 Smuggler Part 2 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"[The 50s] when the subtext became as important as the apparent subject matter, or even more important" Martin Scorsese

11 Iconoclast P1 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"In Hollywood the Iconoclast comprised the visionaries, groundbreakers, the renegades who openly defied the system and expanded the artform, often

12 Iconoclast P2 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"The camera is more than a recorder, its a microscope, it penetrates, it goes into people and you see their

13 Iconoclast P3- Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"What everybody needs is a way to say where and how can I love, can I be in love so

14 Conclusion – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"Its as if movies answer an ancient quest for the common unconscious, they fulfil a spiritual need that people have

2 Director’s Dilemma – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"From the beginning I saw film as a means of self expression. I was mostly interested in the directors, especially

3 Storyteller – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"If you haven't got the story, you haven't got anything." Raoul Walsh."The American film maker has always been

4 Western – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"I've always felt that the Western movie is one of the few art forms Americans can lay claim to." Clint

5 Gangster Film – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"The Gangster Film, another rich genre which allowed film makers to dwell on Americans fascination with violence and lawlessness" Martin

5 Relational Editing Techniques by Vsevolod Pudovkin

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Vsevolod Pudovkin was a Russian filmmaker who developed many modern influential theories of montage. This visual analysis produced by director Evan Richards examines of the 5 relational editing techniques of Pudovkin....

6 Musical – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"The harshness of the times, the depression, coloured this most escapist of all film genres" Martin Scorsese"The tunes

7 Illusionist P1 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"The Cinema is the greatest means of expression ever invented, but it is an illusion, more powerful than any other

8 Illusionist P2 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"In any kind of artform you are creating an illusion for th eaudience to look at reality through your special

9 Smuggler Part 1 – Martin Scorsese – A Personal Journey Through American Movies (1995)

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"What slips through the cracks has always fascinated me ... [40's B-Movie directors] had less money, more freedom ... they

A Brief History of Film- Animated Documentary

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Project Happening's animated brief history of film. The documentary ranges from 1500 with Leonardo Da Vinci, to George Eastman

A Concise History of the Origins of Cinema

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You can download the narration for free for a limited time at https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Chris_J_Mitchell_A_Concise_History_of_the_Origins_?id=o7UnAwAAQBAJThis documentary concisely

Building Invisible Walls: Making Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’

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Building Invisible Walls is a collection of stories about the making of Labyrinth by the people who helped to make it. The stories are extracts from full-length interviews with each of the contributors about their ca...

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