Film 1 History Temrs
Terms in this set (10)
Persistence Of Vision
how we see continuous motion.
spinning drum toy that shows short animation sequence.
early photographic process using silver coated copper plates.
Eadweard Muybridge (1877)
develops sequential photographs of horses in motion.
George Eastman (1889)
mass markets celluloid roll film, develops the Kodak camera.
Thomas Edison (1890)
With assistant, William Laurie Dickson, develops first crude motion picture camera, Kinetograph. (used 35mm film)
A funky coin-operated peep-show viewing box.
Louis & Auguste Lumiere (The Lumiere Brothers) (1895)
Designed a light, portable hand-crank camera that could also be used as a projector (used 16mm film). Staged the world's first public film screening on December 28, 1895. [documentaries]
George Melies (1897)
Set-up Europe's first studio and made imaginative staged fantasy films. [narrative]
Edwin S. Porter (1903)
Used sophisticated modern editing techniques, including "parallel action".