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Filmmaking from the First Directors

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  1. Introduction
    6 Steps
  2. Lesson 1 - Documenting Life: Edison & Lumiere
    8 Steps
  3. Lesson 2 - A Magical Story: George Melies
    8 Steps
  4. Lesson 3 - Editing Action: Edwin S. Porter
    6 Steps
  5. Lesson 4 - Multi-Shot Narrative: D.W. Griffith
    6 Steps
  6. Lesson 5 - Parallel Editing & More: D.W. Griffith
    7 Steps
  7. Lesson 6 - Mise-en-scene - Framing, Depth, and Setting: D.W. Griffith
    6 Steps
  8. Lesson 7 - The First Epics - Introduction of the Feature Film
    8 Steps
  9. Lesson 8 - Feature Films & Auteur Theory: Maurice Tourneur
    7 Steps
  10. Lesson 9 - The Character of Comedy: Charlie Chaplin
    10 Steps
  11. Lesson 10 - Comedy as Complex Sequence: Buster Keaton
    8 Steps
  12. Lesson 11 - Documenting Life: Robert Flaherty
    6 Steps
  13. Lesson 12 - Realism and the Classical Cinema: Douglas Fairbanks and John Ford
    5 Steps
  14. Lesson 13 - Formalism and Montage: Sergei Eisenstein
    3 Steps

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