5-15-07 Cinema in the Netherlands

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Cinema in the Netherlands 15 May 2007 Anton Noggerath Sr (1859-1908) No single birth of film, one of the first film producing countries, imported film projectors and cameras distributing films throughout Holland Created actualities and other films started with the Coronation of Queen Wilhelmina First to open up a permanent cinema in 190 The Orange in the Netherlands (1913) Film production was not a capital-intensive affair, so many production companies spring up Films were made for the local market, but distributed internationally Abraham Tuschinski (1886-1942) Tuschunski Theater, Amsterdam Created the exhibition model and created opulent theaters in Holland Regen (1929, Joris Ivens) Filmmaking continued but started looking toward documentaries and art film Inspired by German film and French avant-garde created the Filma Liga, an art film society dedicated to making films and screening them How Yukong Moved Mountains (1976, Ivens) Marginalized after becoming a communist and decided to travel the world to make films, made
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course FTV 106B taught by Professor Horak during the Spring '06 term at UCLA.

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