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Ever wonder what all those strange credits are when they roll by at the end of a film? I used to, until I moved to LA, where I started meeting Best Boys and Dolly Grips with their kids when I took my son to the playground—yes, Hollywood, where you meet Gaffers and Armourers at your average Saturday night house party. So I started asking questions, and here's what I've learned: 1. Boom Operator
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Pre-1920s Film History: Early Cinematic Origins, and The Infancy of Film Pre-1900s Film History Milestones: Up To 1889 Pre-1900s Film History Milestones: 1890-1899 1900s Film History Milestones: 1900 , 1901 , 1902 , 1903 , 1904 , 1905 , 1906 , 1907 , 1908 , 1909 1910s Film History Milestones: 1910 , 1911 , 1912 , 1913 , 1914 , 1915 , 1916 , 1917 , 1918 , 1919 The Greatest Films of the Pre-1920s: 1902 | 1903 | 1914 | 1915 | 1916 | 1919
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Camera Angle: Linked with the shot's size, camera angle creates focal points. Is the camera looking upward, downward, or level? The figure in the shot is manipulated by the camera angle (aggrandized or diminished). Camera angle indicates point of view, much like the narrator. Is the camera acting as the eyes of the character (first person narration) or as the eyes of the audience (omniscient narrator)?
Edit Edited by Tim Singer, Tom Viren, Jack Herrick, Imperatrix and 24 others This guide will help you introduce yourself to the vast and ever changing world of cinema, and provide you with tips to becoming an expert of all things cinematic!