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Unformatted text preview: ~ r(f\--v Your name: d:u.-tJ,'t'\ &:i..rtIe..V ,> F I I FILM 3051: Film History 1 TEST #1 (200 points) MULTIPLE CHOICE (3 points each) I , What narrative event do we view twice in A Trip to the Moon? a. A moon man exploding b. An earth man stroking his beard c. A space ship crashing into the moon d. A group of scientists pulling wooden stools out of thin air 2. In The Great Train Robbery, who and/or what objects are color-tinted? a. Trains and horses b. Moustaches and belt buckles c. Guns and women d> Explosions and women's clothes 3. wfiatimages were permanently removed from The Birth of a Nation? a. Images of black men raping white women b. Images of African-Americans being shipped back to Africa c. Images of Gus being castrated d. All of the above 4. Who made the largest number of movies? a.) Alice Guy-Blache b: David Wark Griffith c. Georges Melies d. Sergei Eisenstein 5. What did President Woodrow Wilson reportedly say in response to The Birth of a Nation? a. "It's a narrative revelation!" ~) "It is like writing history with lightning." c. "It's a hateful, small-minded piece of demagoguery that has no place in an informed democracy. " d. "Never has misinformation been given so succinctly." 6. Who invented the first projector? a. Thomas Edison & W.K.L. Dickson b. Thomas Arnat c. Georges Melies .(i:) The Lumiere Brothers 7. The Schufftan Process is what? a. The process of ignoring Alice Guy-Blache o. A process-photography technique that combines mirror shots and model shots to create a composite image c. A stop-animation process d. An early film-acting method 8. What key piece of equipment enabled films to be longer than five minutes? a. The Zoopraxiscope b . The Lantham Loop c. The Loop de Loop d. The Kinetograph 9. Who innovated the close-up? a. G.A. Smith & James Williamson b. Georges Melies c. D.W. Griffith d. Cecil B. Demille 10. Who gave Griffith his first job in cinema?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course FILM 3051 taught by Professor Watson during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.
- Fall '08