05. Early Masters of the Silent Film Era

THE WORLD OF SILENT FILMS - D.W. GRIFFITH: THE FATHER OF MODERN CINEMA - D.W. GRIFFITH: FILM EDITING AND CAMERA TECHNIQUES - SILENT FILM AND MONTAGE -THE POWER OF THE IMAGE: GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM AND MODERN CINEMA - THE END OF THE SILENT ERA

The formative era of silent filmmaking helps us to understand the way films look today. Artists like D.W. Griffith, Sergei Eisenstein, and Fritz Lang contributed to the vocabulary of the cinematic language at the time of its creation. This guide provides a historical overview of the period, as well as explaining the film techniques created by these masters that continue to be in use today. Key formal elements such as continuity editing, montage, chiaroscuro lighting and mise-en-scène are discussed.

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