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Georges Melies - Master of Illusion: Crash Course Film History #4
After the Lumiere brothers and Thomas Edison got the ball rolling with Vaudeville acts and Actualites, the time was coming for movie magic and fiction to make an appearance. The time was coming of filmmakers like Georges Melies and Alice Guy-Blache. Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios Want to know more about Craig? https://www.youtube.com/user/wheezywaiter The Latest from PBS Digital Studios: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1mtdjDVOoOqJzeaJAV15Tq0tZ1vKj7ZV *** Images and Video Used are in the Public Domain and from the Library of Congress. *** Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Auguste & Louis Lumière: Photorama. Venise - Porte de Salute (1901)
On 29 December 1900, Louis Lumière patented the Photorama. It is a method of panoramic photography for the complete reproduction of the horizon of 360 ° on a single shot, and especially the full projection of this photograph on a cylindrical screen that move around the audience. Various panoramic processes preceded the invention, to obtain images of up to 180 °, The photorama is the first system to allow both shooting and projecting without aberrations, and into gigantic proportions since the projected image was over 6 m in height.
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Evolution of Cinema
http://www.imdb.com/list/8NHa9UBOPPg/ Song:'Toccata en Fugue in D Minor' by Bach 90 different films, from 1878 to 2011. All clips belong to their rightful owners, and is for entertainment only. No copyright infringement is intended. 1. 1878, Horse In Motion, Eadward Muybridge, England 2. 1888, Roundhay Garden Scene, Louis Le Prince, France 3. 1895, Exiting the Factory, Lumiere Brothers, France 4. 1902, A Trip to the Moon, Georges Melies, France 5. 1903, The Great Train Robbery, Edwyn S. Porter, USA 6. 1919, Broken Blossoms, D. W. Griffith, USA 7. 1922, Nosferatu, F. W. Murna, Germany 8. 1924, The Last Laugh, F. W. Murnau, Germany 9. 1925, Potemkin, Sergei Eisenstein, Russian 10. 1925, The Gold Rush, Charlie Chaplin, USA 11. 1926, Metropolis, Fritz Lang, Germany 12. 1927, Sunrise, F. W. Murnau, Germany 13. 1930, All Quiet on the Western Front, Lewis Milestone, Germany 14. 1931, City Lights, Charlie Chaplin, USA 15. 1931, Dracula, Tod Browning, USA 16. 1934, It Happened One Night, Frank Capra, USA 17. 1956, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Alfred Hitchcock, England* 18. 1936, Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin, USA 19. 1939, Gone With the Wind, Victor Fleming, USA 20. 1940, The Philadelphia Story, George Cukor, USA 21. 1941, Citizen Kane, Orson Welles, USA 22. 1942, Casablanca. Michael Curtiz, USA 23. 1944, The Maltese Falcon, John Huston, USA 24. 1945, It's a Wonderful Life, Frank Capra, USA 25. 1946, Notorious, Alfred Hitchcock, USA 26. 1947, Shoeshine, Vittorio De Sica, Italy 27. 1948, The Red Shoes, Michael Powell, UK 28. 1949,The Bicycle Thief, Vittorio De Sica, Italy 29. 1950, All About Eve, Joseph Mankiewicz, USA 30. 1951, A Streetcar Named Desire, Elia Kazan, USA 31. 1952, Singin' in the Rain, Stanley Donen, USA 32. 1954, A Star is Born, George Cukor, USA 33. 1954, White Christmas, Michael Curtiz, USA 34. 1955, Rebel Without a Cause, Nicholas Ray, USA 35. 1955, Guys & Dolls, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, USA 36. 1956, Aparajito, Satyajit Ray, India 37. 1957, The Nights of Cabiria, Federico Fellini, Italy 38. 1959, Hiroshima, Mon Amour, Alain Resnais, France 39. 1959, Some Like It Hot, Billy Wilder, USA 40. 1959, House On Haunted Hill, William Castle, USA 41. 1960, Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock, USA 42. 1962, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, John Ford, USA 43. 1962, To Kill a Mockingbird, Robert Mulligan, USA 44. 1962, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, Robert Aldrich, USA 45. 1964, Dr. Strangelove, Stanley Kubrick, England 46. 1966, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Mike Nichols, USA 47. 1967, The Graduate, Mike Nichols, USA 48. 1967, Bonnie and Clyde, Arthur Penn, USA 49. 1968, Romeo & Juliet, Franco Zeferelli, Italy 50. 1968, Rosemary's Baby, Roman Polanski, USA 51. 196, Easy Rider, Dennis Hopper, USA 52. 1970, A Clockwork Orange, Stanley Kubrick, USA 53. 1972, The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola, USA 54. 1972, Last Tango In Paris, Bernardo Bertolucci, Italy 55. 1975, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Milos Foreman, USA 56. 1976, Taxi Driver, Martin Scorsese, USA 57. 1978, The Deer Hunter , Michael Cimino, USA 58. 1979, Manhattan, Woody Allen, USA 59. 1979, Kramer Vs. Kramer, Robert Benton, USA 60. 1980, Raging Bull, Martin Scorsese, USA 61. 1980, The Shining, Stanley Kubrick, USA 62. 1981, The French Lieutenant's Woman, Karl Reisz, England 63. 1982, ET, Stephen Spielberg, USA 64. 1983, Fanny & Alexander, Ingmar Bergman, Sweden 65. 1987, The Last Emperor, Bernardo Bertolucci, Italy 66. 1990, Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton, USA 67. 1991, Cyrano de Bergerac, Jean Paul Rappeneu, France 68. 1991, Silence of the Lambs, Jonathan Demme, USA 69. 1991, Cape Fear, Martin Scorsese, USA 70. 1992, Dracula, Francis Ford Coppola, USA 71. 1993, Schindler's List, Steven Spielberg, USA 72. 1994, Interview with the Vampire, Neil Jordan, USA 73. 1996, Titanic, James Cameron, USA 74. 1997, Life Is Beautiful, Roberto Begnini, Italy 75. 1998, The Red Violin, François Girard, Canada 76. 1998, Shakespeare In Love, John Madden, UK 77. 2000, Malena, Giuseppe Tornatore, Italy 78. 2001, Y Tu Mama Tambien, Alfonso Cuarón, Mexico 79. 2002, Gangs of New York, Martin Scorsese , USA 80. 2002, Cidade de Deus, Fernando Meirelles, Brazil 81. 2003, Mambo Italiano, Émile Gaudreault, Canada 82. 2003, Monster, Patty Jenkins, USA 83. 2005, C.R.A.Z.Y., Jean-Marc Vallée, Canada 84. 2006, Volver, Pedro Almodóvar, Spain 85. 2007, Across The Universe, Julie Taymor, USA 86. 2007, Hannibal Rising, Peter Webber, France 87. 2008, Let the Right One In, Tomas Alfredson, Denmark 88. 2009, J'ai Tué Ma Mère, Xavier Dolan, Canada 89. 2010, Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese, USA 90. 2011, Black Swan, Darren Aronofsky, USA
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Birth of a Nation Clip 5
A clip of Birth of a Nation for my Civic Decision Making unit project.
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Cowboy Shoots At Audience 1903 last scene in Edwin S. Porter's "The Great Train Robbery
This is the last scene in Edwin S. Porter's "The Great Train Robbery," when the leader of the outlaws, played by Justus D. Barnes, empties his pistol at the audience. It cause quote a fright in theaters because no one had seen anything like it before.
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Interview d'André Trudel de la brasserie Trou du Diable by HopBuddy
Paul-Emmanuel de l'équipe HopBuddy est allé à Shawinigan au Québec à la rencontre de la Brasserie Trou du Diable.
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Filmed in November 1903 at Edison's New York studio, at Essex County Park in New Jersey, and along the Lackawanna railroad and released in December 1903, "The Great Train Robbery" is considered to be one of the first significant early US narrative films. Greatly influenced by the British film "Daring Daylight Robbery" (1903) it introduced many new cinematic techniques (cross cutting, double exposure, camera movement and location shooting) to American audiences. It was directed by Edwin S Porter and stars Justus D. Barnes as the head bandit, G. M. Anderson as a slain passenger and a robber, Walter Cameron as the sheriff. From the Edison Film Catalogue 1904: This sensational and highly tragic subject will certainly make a decided `hit' whenever shown. In every respect we consider it absolutely the superior of any moving picture ever made. It has been posed and acted in faithful duplication of the genuine `Hold Ups' made famous by various outlaw bands in the far West, and only recently the East has been shocked by several crimes of the frontier order, which fact will increase the popular interest in this great Headline Attraction. Scene 1 - Interior of railroad telegraph office. Two masked robbers enter and compel the operator to set the `signal block' to stop the approaching train, also making him write an order to the engineer to take water at this station.... Scene 2 - At the railroad water tank. The bandit band are seen hiding behind the tank as a train stops to take water (according to false order). Just before she pulls out they stealthily board the train between the express car and the tender. Scene 3 - Interior of express car.... the two robbers have succeeded in effecting an entrance. They enter cautiously. The messenger opens fire on them. A desperate pistol duel takes place, in which the messenger is killed. One of the robbers stands watch while the other tries to open the treasure box. Finding it locked, he searches the messenger for the key. Not finding it, he blows the safe up with dynamite.... Scene 4 - The fight on the tender. This thrilling scene was taken from the mail car showing the tender and interior of locomotive cab, while the train is running forty miles an hour.... Scene 5 - The train uncoupled.... Scene 6 - Exterior of passenger coaches. The bandits compel the passengers to leave coaches with hands aloft, and line up along the tracks. One of the robbers covers them with large pistols in either hand, while the others ransack travelers' pockets. A passenger makes an attempt to escape, but is instantly shot down.... Scene 7 - The escape. The desperadoes board the locomotive with their booty, command the engineer to start his machine, and disappear in the distance. Scene 8 - Off to the mountains. The robbers bring the engine to a stop several miles from the scene of the `Hold Up,' and take to the mountains. Scene 9 - A beautiful scene in a valley. The bandits come down the side of a hill on a run and cross a narrow stream. Mounting their horses, which were tied to nearby trees, they vanish into the wilderness. Scene 10 - Interior of telegraph office. The operator lies bound and gagged on the floor. After a desperate struggle, he succeeds in standing up. Leaning on the table, he telegraphs for assistance by manipulating the key with his chin, and then faints from exhaustion. His little daughter enters.... cuts the ropes, and, throwing a glass of water in his face, restores him to consciousness. Arising in a bewildered manner, he suddenly recalls his thrilling experience, and rushes forth to summon assistance. Scene 11 - Interior of a dance hall.... typical Western dance house scene.... Suddenly the door opens and the half dead telegraph operator staggers in. The crowd gathers around him, while he relates what has happened.... The men secure their guns and hastily leave in pursuit of the outlaws. Scene 12 - The posse in pursuit. Shows the robbers dashing down a rugged mountain at a terrible pace, followed closely by a large posse, both parties firing as they proceed. One of the desperadoes is shot.... Scene 13 - The remaining three bandits, thinking they had eluded their pursuers, have dismounted from their horses.... and begin to examine the contents of the mail bags.... The pursuers, having left their horses, steal noiselessly down upon them until they are completely surrounded. A desperate battle then takes place. After a brave stand, all of the robbers and several of the posse bite the dust. Scene 14 - Realism. Full frame of Barnes, leader of the outlaw band, taking aim and firing point blank at the audience. (This effect was gained by foreshortening in making the picture). "The resulting excitement is great. This section of the scene can be used either to begin the subject or to end it, as the operator may choose. Special Content (C) 2012-18 The Video Cellar Collection P/L Music: Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)
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Sinclair - Funky drama (Parvis des Arènes de Nîmes le 15/09/2018)
Concert de Sinclair sur le Parvis des Arènes de Nîmes le 15/09/2018 ©Elodie Segura
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Plaquettes de frein : Les conseils de nos garagistes / Top Entretien #1 (avec Denis Brogniart)
Un système de freinage bien entretenu joue un rôle primordial dans le confort de conduite et la sécurité routière. Pour limiter les risques d'accident, il convient donc d'entretenir son véhicule et de le faire réviser régulièrement par des garagistes professionnels. Plaquettes de frein, tambours, étriers, disques de freins, etc. Plusieurs appendices mécaniques participent à un freinage efficace. Au moindre signe de dysfonctionnement, les experts Top Garage seront à même d'examiner votre voiture et de trouver rapidement les causes du problème. Dans le cadre d'un entretien auto de qualité, nos garagistes recommandent une révision des plaquettes de frein tous les 15 000 kilomètres environ. Selon le type de véhicule et votre style de conduite, elles devront être changées au bout de 40 000 à 60 000 kilomètres. La révision des freins est une étape essentielle : en garantissant l'efficacité du freinage, elle contribue en effet grandement à votre propre sécurité et à celle des autres passagers. Des freins en bon état vous permettront en outre de bénéficier d'un contrôle optimal de votre véhicule. Si vous constatez une augmentation des distances de freinage, des vibrations inhabituelles, un sifflement aigu ou que vous éprouvez des difficultés à maintenir votre véhicule dans une trajectoire rectiligne au moment du freinage, prenez rapidement contact avec l'un des garagistes Top Garage. Certains véhicules nécessitent un déverrouillage électrique des étriers. Il est donc indispensable de faire appel à un spécialiste qualifié et équipé d'outils professionnels. Les garagistes adhérents du réseau Top Garage sont formés, équipés et spécialistes du freinage automobile. Sachez qu'en en cas d'incident, l'autoréparation constitue un motif de non-remboursement pour votre assureur. Pour trouver un garage auto à proximité de chez vous, c'est ici : www.top-garage.fr Si vous souhaitez en savoir plus sur le freinage automobile, rendez-vous sur notre page dédiée : https://www.top-garage.fr/service/plaquettes/
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