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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/24/11 Cinema Taiwan: 1895- 2010 Ping-hui Liao Lit. 443 T &Th 1-3 and by appointment
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9/24/11 Built in 1933, the Yule Theater was the first air-conditioned theater in Taiwan. The 500-person capacity theater joined both ancient Roman and Arabian motifs to present a vision of grandeur intended to display the national power of the then occupying Japanese
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9/24/11 Film furthers insights into the necessities governing our lives by its use of close-ups, by its accentuation of hidden details in familiar objects, and by its exploration of commonplace milieu through the ingenious guidance of the camera. Walter Benjamin, “Art in the Age of Reproducibility”
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9/24/11 Cinematographe Lumiere (Dec. 28. 1985; by Louis and Auguste Lumiere) On April 23, 1896, Thomas A. Edison’s Vitascope and Living Pictures introduced August, 1896, ten of Edison’s short films shown in Taipei, first exhibition of Kinetoscope in Asia, 3 months ahead of Kobe
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course LTEA 120b taught by Professor Zhang,y during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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