100 Anos de Cine: Actores, Actrices, Peliculas, Escenas, Dialogos y Acontecimientos Que Han Marcado El Panorama del Cine

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Chris Fujiwara
Blume, Oct 19, 2009 - Performing Arts - 800 pages
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A compelling celebration of more than 100 years of cinema history and movie criticism, this exhaustive reference analyzes films from more than 50 countries. From the creation of unforgettable dialogue, memorable scenes, inspiring scripts, and awesome special effects to the cinematic portrayal of major events and the details of casting quirks and untimely deaths, this guide divides the big screen’s obvious and more subtle groundbreaking moments into categories—actors, actresses, directors, and producers—and explores their contributions to the history of cinema. From the Lumière brothers’ first public film exhibition in 1895 to the arrival of sound, from the golden age of Hollywood to the French New Wave and contemporary Asian cinema, this guide captures every facet of movie magic.

 

Una celebración absorbente de más de 100 años de la historia del cine y la crítica, esta referencia exhaustiva analiza películas de más de 50 países. Desde la creación de diálogo inolvidable, escenas memorables, guiones inspirantes e increíbles efectos especiales hasta la interpretación cinemática de acontecimientos importantes y detalles de peculiaridades de reparto y muertes prematuros, esta guía divide los momentos innovadores obvios y más sutiles del cine en categorías—actores, actrices, directores y productores—y explora sus contribuciones a la historia del cine. Desde la primera exhibición pública de cine de los hermanos Lumière en 1895 hasta la llegada del sonido, desde la edad de oro de Hollywood hasta la oleada francesa nueva y el cinema asiático contemporáneo, esta guía captura todas las facetas de la magia del cine.

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About the author (2009)

Chris Fujiwara is the author of Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall, a regular contributor to the Boston Phoenix, the editor of Undercurrent, and a former contributing editor of Hermenaut. He has also written for the Boston Globe, the Chicago Reader, Cineaste, Film Comment, Film International, InterCommunication, Osian's CinemayaSenses of Cinema, and the Village Voice. Chris has lectured on film studies at Yale University, Emerson College, and Rhode Island School of Design, and he is a member of FIPRESCI (Federation Internationale de la Presse Cinematographique), the National Society of Film Critics (USA), and the Boston Society of Film Critics. He splits his time between New York City and Tokyo.

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