Film Analysis: The Horse In Motion

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Movies are a great way to take a break from your hectic life and just relax. Movies have been entertaining you and everyone around the world since the mid 1800’s. The evolution movie went from black and white pictures to color and sound to finally 3-D film. Directors, artists, and inventors took hundreds of years to just perfect putting the one by one captured pictures in a fluid motion to make a ten second movie. So, just think about trying to create the 3D effect or even how movies were created.
Eadweard Muybridge was a director who made the first movie in 1878, The Horse in Motion. He used multiple cameras and put the individual pictures into a movie. Muybridge’s movie was just ...view middle of the document...

The Cinematographe could take pictures and could project large images quickly. With the Cinematographe invented, German, English, Italian, British, and American inventors were in a race to create the next big invention that could revolutionize filmmaking. Film making was more popular than ever.
During the 1900’s Movies became a popular attraction in amusement parks and fairs in many countries. However, audiences soon become bored. To make movies more interesting they use editing and backdrops to make movies more exciting. Editing made movies more story like and refined. With editing directors had the opportunity to perfect the movie by changing the angle or even redoing the whole scene. Some of the earliest special effects were used due to the use of editing. Techniques such as making the transition of a distant shot to a close up were first created during this time. In the year 1905 the five cent movie theatre was created. The period of time in which these theatres were built was called the Nickelodeon era, due to the cost of 5 cents for viewing. By creating the 5 cent movie theatre, the general appeal of...

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