Parlons sakha : Langue et culture iakoutes by Emilie Maj, Marine Leberre-Semenov PDF

By Emilie Maj, Marine Leberre-Semenov

ISBN-10: 2296127819

ISBN-13: 9782296127814

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The relatively cheap cost of running these theaters allowed a very low admission price, well within the reach of most working men and their families. The informality of the theaters and the brevity of their shows (as opposed to the full evening required when attending vaudeville, legitimate theater, or musical concerts) also fit into the schedule of laborers with a limited leisure time. ” The growth of these theaters from 1906 on (most major cities had hundreds of nickelodeons by 1908, and few small towns lacked them entirely) greatly increased the demand for films.

SPEHR optics. He is one of the few filmmakers who designed all the tools used for the trade: film, camera, studio, laboratory, and viewer. In the course of the Kinetoscope experiments, Dickson designed three photo studios, the last of which was the Black Maria, purposefully built for Kinetoscope production. It was an awkward, humpbacked structure built upon a rail and designed to swivel 360 degrees on a central pivot. The offcenter hump covered the stage area and its roof section opened to expose the shooting stage to direct sunlight.

34 PAUL C . SPEHR noon in order to be filmed at midday. The group was welcomed by Dickson, who apologized for Edison, who was napping after an all-night session and planned to join them for lunch after the filming. Sandow stripped for action and three short films were taken. Dickson framed the shots in medium-close-up, displaying Sandow’s torso from just above the knees. Dressed in the briefest of briefs, Sandow performed muscle flexes and demonstrated his chest expansion. It was an intimate view, and there was no attempt to show the sensational tricks that wowed New York audiences.

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