Flashback: A Brief History of Film Chapters 1-4
1. From what year was a diary entry discovered as having discussed the beginnings of projections?
2. What animal did Eadward Muybridge photograph?
3. Through what did Jean Louis Meissonier project Muybridge's work?
(c) Rear projector.
(d) Glass lantern.
4. What did Meissonier's conversion of Muybridge's photographs create?
(a) A live-action special effects device.
(b) A projector.
(c) An illusion of movement.
(d) A sound machine.
5. The Kinetoscope was developed by Thomas Edison and _______ _______.
(a) Eadward Muybridge.
(b) William Dickson.
(c) Jean Louis Meissonier.
(d) Norman Raff.
6. Who helped Edison open a Kinetoscope parlor?
(a) William Dickson.
(b) Jean Louis Meissonier.
(c) Norman Raff.
(d) Eadward Muybridge.
7. In what year did Edison help to open a Kinetoscope parlor?
8. What early realization helped films develop both special effects and story lines?
(a) Filming the weather was not intriguing enough for audiences.
(b) Reels could be cut together.
(c) Cameras could be operated by one man.
(d) The films should be longer.
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