The History of the Cinema
- 7. The gradual development or change over time.
- 8. Brief, evocative scenes or episodes that capture a particular moment or impression.
- 11. Relating to the present time or current period.
- 12. The art or technique of motion picture photography.
- 13. Individuals who are the first to explore or develop a particular area or field.
- 16. Looking back on or reviewing past events, experiences, or works.
- 18. Expressing opinions or observations about social and political issues through artistic or media works.
- 19. The highest point or culmination of something.
- 20. Highly successful and financially lucrative films that attract a large audience.
- 1. Printed text displayed between scenes or shots in a silent film to convey dialogue or other information.
- 2. The technique of alternating between different scenes or storylines to create suspense or highlight connections.
- 3. Depiction or portrayal of different cultures, societies, or ethnicities in art or media.
- 4. The quality of being complex, refined, or advanced.
- 5. Films produced before the advent of synchronized sound, typically relying on visual storytelling and intertitles.
- 6. The introduction of new methods, ideas, or devices related to technology.
- 9. The story or account of events, experiences, or the like, whether true or fictitious.
- 10. The defining spirit or mood of a particular period in history.
- 14. Completely lacking or without.
- 15. The quality of being clever, original, and inventive.
- 17. Filmmakers who have a distinctive personal style and creative control over their work.