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Cinema: The First Hundred Years

Cinema: The First Hundred Years

by David Shipman, Barry Norman (Foreword by)

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Motion pictures as an art form are just a bit more than a century old, but they've come a long way in a relatively brief period of time. From the early experiments of Edison and the Lumière brothers to the classics of the silent era, the memorable masterpieces of Hollywood's golden age, the wide-screen epics of the 1950s, and the best of today's talented filmmakers, this lavishly illustrated volume covers it all.
A survey of the first hundred years of film, chronicling the industry's watershed events year-by-year. Numerous photographs accompany the text that covers over 2,500 international and national films. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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