The French Impressionist movement ended because A Its success led to a

The french impressionist movement ended because a its

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18. The French Impressionist movement ended becauseA.Its success led to a diffusion of its techniquesB.The style’s techniques were becoming commonplaceC.Other Impressionist filmmakers began to experiment in different directionsD.All of the aboveE.None of the above19. What were the major problems with the smaller French firms?20. As opposed to creating an oligopoly, French film companies tried to21. Despite numerous production problems in France, several benefits occurred. One such benefit was22. Rene Clair was most inspired byA.The end of the silent eraB.The smooth transition into the sound era in FranceC.The technological challenges of the sound eraD.Luis Bunel’s Un Chien Andalou E.None of the above23. Pierre Prevert is known for directing the quasi-Surrealist film
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24. Among his works, Jean Vigo’s most Surrealist film was25. During the 1930’s French cinema came to be known for its26. Quite a few high-quality French films were made byA. ParisiansB.French countrymenC. ÉmigrésD. AmericansE.British filmmakers27. While many prestigious productions relied on polished technique, romantic stories, and stars, several films stressed28. Which of the following statements BEST describes Poetic Realist films?
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  • Spring '08
  • Kociemba
  • Impressionism, Cinema of France, French film production, e. film noir

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