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 I post here some information about Early Cinema that you can use for your essays. You have to send them to me via email until 23rd April. Remember, Times New Roman, 12, double space, and 7 pages. If you need more information, just tell me. Happy holidays! Cheer up! 

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Makeup tricks from the days of silent film - Holy Kaw!

Makeup tricks from the days of silent film - Holy Kaw! | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
No grocery aisle rag would be complete these days without an expose of stars without their makeup, but back in the days of early black and white movies, the real horror would have been seeing them ...

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Flapper Flickers and Silent Stanzas: Black Lips and White Faces: Early Silent Film Makeup

Flapper Flickers and Silent Stanzas: Black Lips and White Faces: Early Silent Film Makeup | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
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Silent movie opens window on lost world of Eastern European Jews - MiamiHerald.com

Silent movie opens window on lost world of Eastern European Jews - MiamiHerald.com | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
Silent movie opens window on lost world of Eastern European Jews MiamiHerald.com In the fraught world of the silent film The Yellow Ticket, the heroine confronts anti-Semitism and moral hypocrisy, fights for survival and nearly dies before...

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Forces of Geek: pop culture is our bitch: History of Science Fiction ...

Forces of Geek: pop culture is our bitch: History of Science Fiction ... | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
Films such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu were early benchmarks of the stylistic form that would make Germany a powerhouse in world cinema in the 1920's and early 1930's. Arguably ...

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6 Filmmaking Tips From Silent Era Icon Harold Lloyd - Film School Rejects

6 Filmmaking Tips From Silent Era Icon Harold Lloyd - Film School Rejects | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
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An icon of the silent film era, Harold Lloyd first appeared on the silver screen in the short film The Old Monk's Tale.

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The Haunted Castle 1896 George Melies Silent Film

The Haunted Castle 1896 Silent Film. Early Geoge Melies filmed. Le Manoir du diable (English: The Haunted Castle) is a three-minute-long French film directed...

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Clara Bow - rumours and myths | V is for Vintage

Clara Bow - rumours and myths | V is for Vintage | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
So many rumours and myths surround Clara Bow. Many just aren't true. A little something to ponder over the weekend.

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About Silent Movies: Who were the top movie stars of 1913?

About Silent Movies: Who were the top movie stars of 1913? | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
We can name the top stars of 10, 20, 50, 70 years ago. But what about 100? Let's take a look and see who the top movie stars were in 1913, as listed in the Motion Picture Story Magazine Popular Pla...

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Splendid Labyrinths: The Twenty Best Silent Films from Europe and ...

Splendid Labyrinths: The Twenty Best Silent Films from Europe and ... | Early Cinema | Scoop.it
After a desultory experience with silent film via the silly slapstick fragments on TV when I was a kid, it took decades before I felt any inclination to watch silent films again. Thanks to my interest in the great Japanese director Ozu ...

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