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  Encyclopedia: 1923 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
See also: 1921 in film 1922 1923 in film 1920s in film years in film film Events November 26 - Toll of the Sea debuts as the first general release film to use two-tone Technicolor (The Gulf Between was the first film to do so but it was not widely...
Film refers to the celluloid media on which movies are printed Film is considered by many to be an important art form; films entertain, educate, enlighten and inspire audiences.
Years in film January 18 is the 18th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar.
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 AMNH Library - Special Collections - Film List
This film was made by Commander George M. Dyott, a professional cinematographer, whose main purpose was to show the environment of India, Nepal, and Burma, and therefore be valuable to the hall preparators designing the dioramas for the AMNH Hall of South Asiatic Mammals.
The films were shot between 1925 and 1930 by William L. Finley (Director of Wildlife Conservation and field naturalist for the Association) his wife, Irene, and Arthur N. Pack (President of the Association.) Footage of Finley filming through blinds or with costumes is found throughout the films.
This film was taken in the mountains of British Columbia, and concentrates on the arduous task of filming the North American mountain goat.
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 Salomé (1923 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Salomé is a 1923 film which tells the story from the Bible of how Salomé seduces her stepfather/uncle, King Herod Antipas, with a dance, in order to gain the head of John the Baptist.
At Nazimova's behest, the film was cast entirely with homosexual and bisexual actors, in homage to Wilde.
In 2000 the United States Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Salome_(1923_movie)   (136 words)

 Linda Darnell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Dallas, Texas and one of five children, Darnell was a model by the age of 11 and was acting in theater by the age of 13.
She was widely tipped to win an Academy Award nomination for this part, but, when this did not happen, her career began to diminish and her film appearances were sporadic thereafter.
Her 1940 film Star Dust was playing on television the night of the fire and Darnell fell asleep with a lit cigarette while watching it.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Linda_Darnell   (467 words)

 The Film Journal...Passionate and informed film criticism from an auteurist perspective.
And it is the absence of this history that underscores the need for a Deaf Film Festival, such as the one that was held at the Pacific Film Archives on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, from February 21st through the 23rd.
Interestingly, the ads for the film, rather than describe Wyman's character as Deaf, talked of her as being an "innocent victim." The producers were worried talking about Deafness in the advertisements would depress the primarily Hearing audience.
The collaboration of Deaf and Hearing professionals on the film, along with collaboration of Deaf and Hearing in the acting troupe within the film, both follow the model Norman presented in her lecture.
www.thefilmjournal.com /issue5/deaf.html   (4331 words)

 KODAK: Super 8mm Film History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Although 35mm film had been the standard for theatrical releases for decades, the large film was cumbersome, expensive, and dangerous due to its flammable nature.
Utilizing a special 16mm film which had double the number of perforations on both sides, the film maker would run the film through the camera in one direction, then reload and expose the other side of the film, the way an audio cassette is used today.
The success of 8mm film was almost immediate, and within about fifteen years, 16mm film became almost exclusively a format of the professional filmmaker.
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 A Short History of Korean Film
Although accomplished films continued to be made up until the end of the decade, such restrictive policies would ultimately have a severe effect on the industry's creative development.
This film -- the tale of a manipulative housemaid who seduces her master -- transgresses the laws of contemporary cinema to the same extent that its heroine tears apart the Confucian order of her household.
Told through the perspective of a young girl, the film portrays the struggles of a young widow who falls in love with her tenant, but cannot express her feelings due to a restrictive social code.
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 Journal of Religion and Film:  Moses and the Reel Exodus by G. Andrew Tooze
In the biblical portion of the film this desire is represented by the Pharaoh, whose lavish court and dancing girls inspire a look of horror and a shudder of disgust from Moses and Aaron.
When Moses first appears in the film as an adult, it is to the cheers and adulation of all of Egypt as he returns from a victorious military campaign in Ethiopia.
The film does not emphasize these rituals, the Ark of the Covenant is never built, there are no meticulous instructions for the construction of the Tabernacle, and blood is never poured on the altar to sanctify the relationship between God and the people.
www.unomaha.edu /jrf/Vol7No1/MosesExodus.htm   (5363 words)

 The Silent Westerns
The film attempts to recreate the events of 1848, and although it is decidedly romantic, it is generally credited as more authentic than many of the Western potboilers which preceded it.
In order to make the film, Cruze had to advertise for Conestoga wagons; families which lent their already-heirloom wagons during filming were paid two dollars a day.
The film industry discovered a new brand of hero after Charles Lindberg made his 1927 transAtlantic flight, one whose daring was more connected with modern machinery and modern society.
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FILM (Fabbrica Italiana Lamine Milano, formed in 1917) presents its first positive motion picture film at the Turin exhibition.
The company breaks into the photography market (film and paper) and sets up several complete lines in various formats, from the Leica 24x36 to the 6x9 format and flat film.
First producer of anti-crossover X-ray films - Trimax™ XUD - improving image quality; design and launch of the first centralized daylight film handling system - Trimatic™ - to load and unload radiographic cassettes in full daylight.
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 1923 in film: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about 1923 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
See also: 1922 in film, other events of 1923, 1924 in film, list of 'years in film'.
January 7 - Pinkas Braun[?], actor and film director
In one scene, Lloyd is seen climbing around and hanging off the side of a tall building.
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 Visual and Special Effects Film Milestones
From even its earliest days, films have used visual magic ("smoke and mirrors") to produce illusions and trick effects that have startled audiences.
Optical effects came slightly later, using film, light, shadow, lenses and/or chemical processes to produce the film effects.
Film titles, fades, dissolves, wipes, blow ups, skip frames, bluescreen, compositing, double exposures, and zooms/pans are examples of various optical effects.
www.filmsite.org /visualeffects.html   (203 words)

 Norma Talmadge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
She married influential movie executive Joseph Schenck, who set his wife up with her own production company.
After filming the notorious (1930), Norma Talmadge retired a wealthy woman.
She died in Las Vegas, Nevada, at age sixty-four.
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 Silent Orchestra Film Reviews
This is the 1923 film starring Alla Nazimova in the title role of Salomé.
It is not nearly as classical as it may seem appropriate for the film when you think about the approach at first, using themes and harmonies that partially stem from rock and jazz music rather than the classical orchestra approach.
The film is avalable with several scores rooted in the 19th century period of the film.
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 M. M . DHANDAPANI DESIKAR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Later it was made as hit play and as silent film in 1923 and 1930.
The 1923 Silent Film version was made by the forgotten Indian film pioneer, Raghupathy Prakash and the 1930 version was written and directed by another forgotten film pioneer, Raja Sandow who played Nandan himself.
When the sixty year- old film was screened recently by 'Vintage Heritage' after many years it drew large crowds to the surprise of many.
www.sangeetham.com /ddesikar3.htm   (1156 words)

 1922 in film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
November 26 - debuts as the first general release film to use two-tone Technicolor (The Gulf Between was the first film to do so but it was not widely distributed).
March 5 - Pier Paolo Pasolini, film director (d.
February 22 - William Desmond Taylor, film director, victim of an unsolved and widely publicised murder which provoked a great scandal.
www.marylandheights.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/1922_in_film   (202 words)

 At-A-Glance Film Reviews: Our Hospitality (1923)
While not Keaton's greatest work, this is nevertheless a fine film, with at least two classic Keaton sequences.
The first is a string of mishaps during a long train ride -- trains were among Keaton's favorite comic props (later given a starring role in his masterpiece, The General) as this early feature clearly illustrates.
The second is a hilarious and breathtaking waterfall rescue which, like all of Keaton's stunts, was performed by the man himself.
www.rinkworks.com /movies/m/our.hospitality.1923.shtml   (161 words)

 Internet Obituary Network, Obituary for
Debuting in the 1923 silent film "Stephen Steps Out" against his famous father's wishes, Douglas Jr.'s first film was not the runaway career maker his mother had hoped for.
It was speculated that Mary Lee was a factor in Fairbanks' return to the screen in 1981 after a 23-year absence from films.
Fairbanks retired from film with his performance in "Ghost Story", but never retired from his fans or the public duties of a Hollywood legend.
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 Untitled Document
A silent comedy made in Vienna in 1923, this film takes a satirical look at the clash between the traditional Old World of Eastern Europe and the carefree modern ways of the West, particularly as each regarded appropriate female behavior.
Izzy Grossman is a young single woman caught between the allure of a man from the literary uptown world she lives and works in and the simpler charms of a pickle merchant who hails from the Lower East Side world of her beloved grandmother.
Based on a story by Abraham Cahan, this poignant and funny film of an immigrant who made good, his ambitious daughter and a yeshiva student provides a memorable view of the immigrant experience at the turn of the century.
www.jhvc.org /using_film/film_group/series/clash/women_films.html   (341 words)

 The Ten Commandments (1956)
It was the highest-earning live-action film of the 1950s.
Although a blockbuster, the film reverts to melodramatic style, with great actors adopting static attitudes, postures and gestures.
This commanding film was the epic account of the liberation of the Hebrew people from Egyptian bondage by Egyptian prince Moses (Charlton Heston), born a Hebrew slave.
www.filmsite.org /tenc.html   (384 words)

 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
The filming technique is very stagy, the acting is over the top and the story is very underdeveloped.
Sure, in the latter film, all the creatures may look perfectly real and there isn't a digital stitch evident, but the Kong creators had to do it by hand, laboriously moving a puppet frame by frame.
He does drop ample hints, and the end of the film gives plenty of fodder for viewers to have a long debate about the bits and pieces of reality scattered within the symbolism.
www.filmmonthly.com /Silents/Articles/Caligari/Caligari.html   (1179 words)

 LAcollectionleveldescript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Lindsay Anderson (1923-94) film-maker, theatre director, critic and actor was born in Bangalore, India on 17 April 1923.
He was one of the founders of the ‘Free Cinema' movement of the mid 1950s which challenged the established cosy images of British life with a series of dramas and documentaries portraying subjects hitherto rarely seen on screen.
If… was the beginning of a trilogy of films made by Anderson that provided a controversial comment on the state of the nation.
www.library.stir.ac.uk /lindsayanderson/LAcollectionleveldescript.htm   (514 words)

 Amazon.com: Anna Christie (1923) : Video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is a very good silent film with excellent acting in the three main roles (Anna Christie, her alcoholic father and her lover)making this bitter-sweet melodrama compulsive viewing.
There are some dramatic peaks and different moods throughout the film which could be accentuated with the right music, but the acting and unfolding of the story are good enough to make an impact without the assistance of music.
Sweet made over a hundred movies and has fared better than most silent film stars in terms of having her work, such as this film and "Judith of Bethulia," prserved and still readily available on video tape.
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 Young Film Composers Competition Home
For those who live to make music, this is a unique opportunity for young composers to bring their musical vision to film.
When the Young Film Composers Competition began in 2000, it was inspired by a desire to bring unseen films to life and by TCM's long-standing commitment to film preservation.
TCM has more than 100 silent films that have not been seen since their theatrical debut, as they were originally performed with live musical accompaniment and have no recorded score.
www.turnerclassicmovies.com /yfcc   (312 words)

The spiritual message in his biblical-subject films was deeply felt by him throughout his career, and it manifested itself not only in his work but also in the deeds and conduct of his life.
His proclivity for making biblical-subject films was a feature of his professional life, and by design he'd arrange crowd scenes, particularly around holidays, so that actors would have work and income.
We can easily determine just how important the music is in the film, particularly in the opening credits, where music not only sets the mood but actually primes the viewer for the entire feature.
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 Misc Film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
from the biggest films, the biggest studios, rarest films, rarest studios from bond to hammer, chaplin to hitchcock, bogart to monroe, this is the rarest collection of movie stills yet and is only for sale to the genuine collector, also rare press-books, quad posters, campaign-sheets, magazines.
I have an uncut version of the 1923 film "Cricket On The Hearth" directed by Lorimer Johnston and produced by Louis Selznick (father of David Selznick).
The film charts the downward spiral of an artist as he slowly slips into madness when he becomes obsessed with a painting that is based upon horrific visions that he receives from a mysterious old mirror.
www.reelexchange.co.uk /miscfilm.htm   (1488 words)

 © Harold Lloyd - Silent and Sound Film Star - goldensilents.com
While in San Diego the Lloyds discovered that the Edison film company was looking for extras, and Harold applied for a job, getting his start in films dressed as indian in 1913's "The Old Monk's Tale." Harold went on to make over 200 comedy shorts for studios such as Universal and Keystone.
Harold Lloyd and son Harold Lloyd Jr Harold married his leading lady Mildred Davis in 1923 and Mildred gave up her career as an actress to raise a family; the couple had three children, a daughter Gloria, an adopted daughter Peggy, and a son Harold Lloyd Jr.
He had left Hal Roach in 1923 on good terms and had formed his own company called The Harold Lloyd Corporation; he was one of the few stars who actually owned his most successful film properties.
www.goldensilents.com /comedy/haroldlloyd.html   (768 words)

 The Value Of Capitalism Remains Constant for 80 Years
Last week, I watched the 1923 silent film, Within the Law, which was an adaptation of the Bayard Veiller play.
It was one in a series of screenings sponsored by the UW Cinematheque about Norma Talmadge, an unsung star of the silent film era.
The rest of the time, I did truly appreciate the silent fl and white film with live piano accompaniment.
www.cs.wisc.edu /~nitin/articles/cap.html   (711 words)

 Bela Lugosi
This film was inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe story of the same name, although Karloff's character is based on real-life occultist Aleister Crowley.
Another Lugosi film based on the Poe poem, The Raven, was released in 1935.
This is the last film portraying the classic Universal Monsters, and is a hilarious must-see for fans of Universal Monsters and Abbott and Costello.
www.cco.caltech.edu /~erikr/Art/BelaLugosi.html   (916 words)

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