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Flashback: A Brief History of Film Setting & Symbolism

Louis Giannetti
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Objects/Places

East Orange, New Jersey

This is where Thomas Edison worked with William Dickson, ultimately creating the Kinetoscope.

Rochester, New York

Rochester, New York is the place where George Eastman devised the film base that made the Kinetoscope a viable moving picture machine.

United States

The United States was a major force in international film. It is the home of Hollywood, California, which is the center for moviemaking and known internationally.

France

This is a country known for producers who concentrated on cinema as an art form. It was France that came out with New Wave cinematography.

Great Britain

Great Britain is a major force in international film. It's best known for its documentaries, period film, and movies based on theatrical presentations.

Germany

This country offered many talented producers and filmmakers to the world. It's role in World War II had a dramatic negative effect on the film industry...

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