Red Spy history of film

Timeline created by Fredrick Williams
In Film
  • In the Beginning

    In the Beginning
    History of film began in 1980s. motion cameras was a impact in the film production since the technology wasn't that goo all movies what under a minute long wow. But that didn't stop there. in 1927 motion picture was produce without sound.
  • New Film in countries

    New Film in countries
    in 1906. The great strength of the Italian industry was historical epics, with large casts and massive scenery. As early as 1911, Giovanni Pastrone's two-reel La Caduta di Troia made a big impression worldwide, and it was followed by even bigger spectacles like Quo Vadis?
  • During World War I

    During World War I
    The years of the First World War were a complex transitional period for the film industry. The exhibition of films changed from short one-reel programmes to feature films. Exhibition venues became larger and began charging higher prices.
  • 1914 how long it took

    1914 how long it took
    1914, which ran for two and a half hours. La Caduta di Troia (The Siege of Troy) (1911).
    Italian companies also had a strong line in slapstick comedy, with actors like André Deed, known locally as "Cretinetti", and elsewhere as "Foolshead" and "Gribouille", achieving worldwide fame with his almost surrealistic gags.
  • film art

    film art
    The general trend in the development of cinema, led from the United States, was towards using the newly developed specifically filmic devices for expression of the narrative content of film stories, and combining this with the standard dramatic structures already in use in commercial theatre. D. W. Griffith had the highest standing amongst American directors in the industry, because of the dramatic excitement he conveyed to the audience through his films. Cecil B. DeMille's
  • New techniques in film

    New techniques in film
    At this time, studios were blacked out to allow shooting to be unaffected by changing sunlight. This was replaced with floodlights and spotlights. The widespread adoption of irising-in and out to begin and end scenes caught on in this period. This is the revelation of a film shot in a circular mask, which gradually gets larger till it expands beyond the frame. Other shaped slits were used, including vertical and diagonal apertures.
  • the First Movie

    the First Movie
    the movie the jazz Singer that was made in1927 stared by young jakie Rabinowitz was a movie that used technology of film using the rotating camera and motion camera to. They also had color and sound in the 1920s. that really made people come to the movie theater.
  • sound era

    sound era
    During late 1927, Warners released The Jazz Singer, which was mostly silent but contained what is generally regarded as the first synchronized dialogue in a feature film; but this process was actually accomplished first by Charles Taze Russell
  • 1930s Film

    1930s Film
    in the 1930s, it was a decade of political turmoil and economic problems. The Great Depression had effected the entire world, and Europe was dealing with both the fallout of ww1 and the economic hardship. that didn't stop film tho in the 1930s, studios had great control over films they even had one movie called hay's Code. first lag scale attempt at organized censorship of Hollywood film.
  • 1940s Movies/Film

    1940s Movies/Film
    a lot of full length films were made in the 1940s, an actor in the 1940s humphrey Bogart mad his most memorable films in a decade. In 1949 Africa Screams stared by bud abbott and john was an award hitting event that told about the africans and the culture and how they live.
  • 1950s film

    1950s film
    in the 1950s, it was a wide variety. meaning the introduction of television, studios and companies sought the moment to put their creative was to work by putting old channels or film on tv. to me thats is a great idea for the people in america.
  • 1951 films

    1951 films
    in the early 1951s. Protested by the Hollywood Ten before the committee, the hearings resulted in the blacklisting of many actors, writers and directors, including Chayefsky, Charlie Chaplin, and Dalton Trumbo, and many of these fled to Europe, especially the United Kingdom.
  • 1955 film

    1955 film
    in the 1955, January 7 u.k. release of the Halas Batchelor film of George Orwells anima farm. tome it look like a really good film that they did the used camera angles and every thing.
  • Golden Age of Asian cinema

    Golden Age of Asian cinema
    Following the end of World War II in the 1940s, the following decade, the 1950s, marked a 'Golden Age' for non-English world cinema,[32][33] especially for Asian cinema.[34][35] Many of the most critically acclaimed Asian films of all time were produced during this decade, including Yasujirō Ozu's Tokyo Story Satyajit Ray's The Apu Trilogy (1955–1959) and Jalsaghar , Kenji Mizoguchi's Ugetsu (1954) and Sansho the Bailiff Raj Kapoor's Awaara , Mikio Naruse's Floating Clouds
  • 1971 film

    1971 film
    1971 marked the release of controversial films like Straw Dogs, A Clockwork Orange, The French Connection and Dirty Harry. This sparked heated controversy over the perceived escalation of violence in cinema.
  • 1975 digital camera in film

    1975 digital camera in film
    1970s, filmmakers increasingly depicted explicit sexual content and showed gunfight and battle scenes that included graphic images of bloody deaths – a good example of this is Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left (1972).in 1975 was the first digital camera the used it on film and worked better in the cinema.
  • 1980s japan film

    1980s japan film
    During the 1980s, Japanese cinema experienced a revival, largely due to the success of anime films. At the beginning of the 1980s, Space Battleship Yamato 1973 and Mobile Suit Gundam 1979 both of which were unsuccessful as television series, were remade as films and became hugely successful in Japan. In particular, Mobile Suit Gundam sparked the Gundam franchise of Real Robot mecha anime.
  • 1980s film

    1980s film
    During the 1980s, audiences began increasingly watching films on their home VCRs. In the early part of that decade, the film studios tried legal action to ban home ownership of VCRs as a violation of copyright, which proved unsuccessful. Eventually, the sale and rental of films on home video became a significant "second venue" for exhibition of films, and an additional source of revenue for the film industries.
  • 1990s film

    1990s film
    The early 1990s saw the development of a commercially successful independent cinema in the United States. Although cinema was increasingly dominated by special-effects films such as Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Jurassic Park
  • 1993 film

    1993 film
    Major American studios began to create their own "independent" production companies to finance and produce non-mainstream fare. One of the most successful independents of the 1990s, Miramax Films, was bought by Disney the year before the release of Tarantino's runaway hit Pulp Fiction in 1994.