2 edition of Motion pictures for postwar education. found in the catalog.
Motion pictures for postwar education.
American Council on Education. Commission on Motion Pictures.
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared by the Commission on Motion Pictures in Education.|
|LC Classifications||L13 .A383 no. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 23 p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||e 45000053|
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American Council on Education. Commission on Motion Pictures. Motion pictures for postwar education. Washington, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Council on Education. Commission on Motion Pictures. OCLC Number: Description: v, 23 pages ; 23 cm. Series Title.
Motion pictures in education. Here are entered works about the use of motion pictures in education. Works about films that are intended to impart knowledge and information, including those for classroom viewing, are entered under Educational films.
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Inthe American Council on Education established its Committee on Motion Pictures in Education to study the "problems related to the use of motion pictures in general education." 29 Their initial findings were alarming. They concluded that, for a variety of reasons, the state of instruction by way of motion pictures in American schools.
Although the start of the history of film is not clearly defined, the commercial, public screening of ten of Lumière brothers' short films in Paris on 28 December can be regarded as the breakthrough of projected cinematographic motion pictures.
There had been earlier cinematographic Motion pictures for postwar education. book and screenings but these lacked either the quality or the momentum that propelled the.
Postwar Photography. Frederick Sommer, American, –, Max Ernst,gelatin silver print, Pepita Milmore Memorial Fund, The surrealist artist Max Ernst considered this the definitive portrait of himself.
Befitting the surrealists’ love of the happy accident, it came together by chance while Sommer was tidying up in his studio and found two negatives—a portrait of.
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History of the motion picture - History of the motion picture - Post-World War I American cinema: During the s in the United States, motion-picture production, distribution, and exhibition became a major national industry and movies perhaps the major national obsession.
The salaries of stars reached monumental proportions; filmmaking practices and narrative formulas were standardized to.
The first motion pictures made with a single camera were by E. Marey, a French physician, in the s, in the course of his study of motion. In Thomas Edison and his staff developed the kinetograph, a camera using rolls of coated celluloid film, and the Kinetoscope, a device for peep-show viewing using photographs that flipped in sequence.
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involvement in World War II, the Hollywood film industry cooperated closely with the government to support its war-aims information campaign. Following the declaration of war on Japan, the government created a Bureau of Motion Picture Affairs to coordinate the production.
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