Cinema 1: The Movement-Image Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

Gilles Deleuze - This man is the professor of philosophy who wrote this text among several other books.

Henri Bergson - This man is the philosopher against whom the author launches his critical analyses.

Sergei Eisenstein - This man is a Russian film director who represents the Soviet school.

D.W. Griffith - This man is an American director who discovers composition of movement-images as an organism or organic unity.

Vertov - This man is a director in the Soviet school who develops a system of universal variation to define cine-eye, or camera as the instrument that is the pure vision of a non-human eye to unite any point in any order in the universe.

Buster Keaton - This man is an American actor who puts burlesque that belongs in the small form directly into the large form as he does in opening Our Hospitality and Steamboat...

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