100 ideas que cambiaron el cine

Overview

Organized in chronological order, these ideas show the development of film through the industry’s innovative concepts, technologies, techniques, and movements. The illustrated pages offer an alternative history of cinematography that reviews the 120 years of ideas that have marked its evolution. Many of these ideas were conceived to resolve technical and commercial problems, while others looked to enlarge aesthetic and dramatic parameters. From the first silent films to the more recent blockbusters and ...

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Overview

Organized in chronological order, these ideas show the development of film through the industry’s innovative concepts, technologies, techniques, and movements. The illustrated pages offer an alternative history of cinematography that reviews the 120 years of ideas that have marked its evolution. Many of these ideas were conceived to resolve technical and commercial problems, while others looked to enlarge aesthetic and dramatic parameters. From the first silent films to the more recent blockbusters and everything in between, this book identifies the key theories, techniques, and strategies that made it possible for film to progress from being a mere attraction to becoming an institution.

 

Organizado de modo cronológico, estas ideas muestran el desarrollo del cine a través de los conceptos innovadores, las tecnologías, las técnicas y los movimientos de la industria. Las páginas ilustradas ofrecen una historia alternativa de la cinematografía que recorre 120 años de ideas que han marcado su evolución. Muchas de estas ideas fueron concebidas para resolver problemas técnicos y comerciales, mientras que otras buscaron ampliar parámetros estéticos o dramáticos. Desde los primeros cortometrajes mudos hasta las más recientes películas taquilleras y todo lo que cae entremedio, este libro identifica las teorías, las técnicas y las estrategias claves que hicieron posible que el cine pasara de ser una mera atracción a una institución.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788498015874
  • Publisher: Editorial Blume, S.A.
  • Publication date: 6/1/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: 100 ideas
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

David Parkinson is a film reviewer for the Radio Times and the Oxford Times and a contributing editor for Empire. He is also a regular broadcaster on BBC national and local radio. He is the author or editor of books that include A History of Film, Mornings in the Dark: The Graham Greene Film Reader, The Rough Guide to Film Musicals, and The Young Oxford Book of Cinema.

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