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Unformatted text preview: Film History The Arrival of Television & Hollywood Color Television : squtem for transmitting moving images by a process of electronic image analysis - & sunthere's patented by Philo Fransworth in 1930 - wartime but a halt on manufacture of TV parts Effects on Hollywood - 1946 ?'8 population went to movies weekly theater / subscription TV couldn't compete w / " free" programming provided by networks dominant radio networks ( NBC , PBS , ABC ) moved directly to TV production through Fee - MPAA refused to sell / lease films for broadcast - major studios - major layoffs , salary deduction Conversion to Polar movies tried to compete w/ TV & released coter movies History of polar subtractive - Technicolor Process No. 2 = 2 - color system , produce ? negatives Eastmancolor ( 1947 ) Justice Dep- filed on anti-true suit againg Technicolor & Eastman Kodak - based on German Agpacolor process Legacy - multirayed film stock composed of photographic emulsion - ( 1979) 96 % of all Amer. Pegture Plans made in color The Widesercen Revolution Hollywood sought to exploit the free of the screen to compete w / TV Cinerama : multipip comera / projector andeserpen process ($75, 080) . 7 - track stereophonie sound system Stereoscopre 3- 1 - available in early films Natural Vision : (1952 ) Arch Oboles introduced polarized 5-D process Andmorphic Film : a wide-field image is " squeezed " laterally by a cylindrical leng w/ compression ratio 2: 1 on conventional 35 mm film stock lasues of Cinemascope - loss of pre. brightness , disproportional , distortion , blurry Widescreen Conversion : (1953 ) every studio except paramount had been incensed to shoot Cinema Scope Panavision : (1960 ) by Robert E. Gottschall , nearly distortion free Andmorphic process Vista Vision lasues w / Andmorphic : lost clarity A brightness when projected...
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  • Summer '18
  • Lara Hyrcaj
  • 35 mm film, Eastman Kodak, Film stock, Warner Bros., Film and video technology

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