WK3ProjReyesM.pptx - MOTION PICTURE This Photo by Unknown I chose Motion picture because this is a way I remember my childhood My brothers and I enjoyed

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MOTION PICTURE I chose Motion picture because this is a way I remember my childhood. My brothers and I enjoyed watching cartoons, Tom and Jerry. Though the characters do not talk, our amusement and entertainment are priceless as a child. Every weekend, my brothers and I will make a trip to rental video shops to borrow Betamax, and the rewinder box gives nostalgia. Then we watched on VHS, later on, laserdisc. It feels going to a candy shop seeing all kinds of movies and cartoons that we are going to rent. I also think that the motion picture is in my system. It is part of me that continues to grow as technology evolves — watching in movie theaters, Netflix, Youtube, or anywhere else. It brings entertainment to us. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-ND
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etrieved from: 1878 - Eadweard Muybridge: The father of the motion pictures. The birth of “The Horse In Motion.” He invented “Film” and “zoopraxiscope”- first camera shutter. Retrieved from: ybridge First Motion Picture Ever Made by Yestervid Published on Jul 13, 2015 Retrieved from : History of Motion Picture
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homas Edison and Assistant William Dickson invented “kinetoscope.” (Dominick, 2012, p. 230). ies are shown by one person at a time using medium-sized cabinet called Kinetoscopes. (Steinberg, 1980, eep show machine called Kinetoscope parlors. (Dominick, 2012, p. 231). umiere Brothers from Paris; first film screenings to the public. (Steinberg, 1980, p. 37). Workers Leaving The Lumiere Factory - Lumiere Brothers 1895 by Verified Public Domain Published on Aug 9, 2015 Retrieved from: This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
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Humorous phases of funny faces by Library of Congress Published on Oct 8, 2009 Retrieved from: 1896- Thomas Edison successfully perfected the film projector in New York. “Nickelodeons” are movie theaters that derived from the price nickel per person to watch a movie. (Steinberg, 1980, p. 37). 1902- film “A trip to the Moon” by George Méliès. (Dominick, 2012, p. 231). 1906- cartoonist James Stuart Blackton released the first animated film “Humorous Phases of Funny Faces” that he sold to New York World and cofounded by Vitagraph. (Lenburg, 1999, p.1). This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
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1908- two pioneers of animated cartoons: Emil Cohl- a French cartoonist, released a short film ; “Drame Chez Les Fantoches.” Stick-figure animated cartoon that is funny, sophisticated and well understood. (Lenburg, 1999, p.1). Véronique Boukali - Un drame chez les fantoches - Émile Cohl - 1908 by Romaine Lubrique Published on May 27, 2014 Retrieved from:
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1911- Winsor McCay- American newspaper cartoonist, first entry was “Little Nemo” and was reported to be four years in the making. Based on his comic Little Nemo in Slumberland. (Lenburg, 1999, p.1).
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