Summarize the distinction between film and popular cinema in 200 to 300 words

Summarize the distinction between film and popular cinema in 200 to 300 words

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A film consists of a long strip which has multiple images that only differ slightly from the previous  image. When played consistently at high speed the images blends together to make what looks  like a moving object. As time went by the film industry increased their technology and added  sound to their films. As the technology increased the films became more popular. Within time  the still pictures of film were being transformed into comic strip drawings and creating animated  image that opened the door for Disney. The films were now in color with volume, appropriate  lighting, and screen shots. The increase in technology of regular film led to the popular cinema 
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Unformatted text preview: that created popularity among the film industry. Films such as The Birth of the Nation by D.W. Griffith were examples of film (). The Birth of the Nation was filmed screen by screen with outstanding editing to provide a story and visual since words were not heard. The action and movement within these films were limited. During popular cinema many film studios were open but none like The Wizard of Oz. There was not only sound but the film had color and a storyline that captured the audience (). The use of drawing boards helped pan out the film before filming began. References...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2010 for the course ANM 8739 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '10 term at Alabama A&M University.

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