Moving Pictures

    How They Are Made and Worked

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      In Frederick Talbot’s “Moving Pictures,” readers are taken on a captivating journey through the history and significance of cinema. Talbot provides a comprehensive examination of the evolution of film, from its humble beginnings as a novelty to its transformation into a powerful cultural phenomenon. Through vivid storytelling and meticulous research, he traces the technological advancements, artistic innovations, and societal influences that have shaped the medium over the decades, offering readers a rich tapestry of cinematic history.


      With a keen eye for detail and a deep appreciation for the art form, Talbot delves into the impact of cinema on society, exploring how films have reflected and influenced cultural attitudes, political ideologies, and social norms. From the early silent films of the late 19th century to the blockbusters of the modern era, he highlights the ways in which movies have served as a mirror to society, capturing the hopes, fears, and aspirations of audiences around the world. Through insightful analysis and compelling anecdotes, Talbot paints a vivid portrait of the enduring power of film as a medium of entertainment, education, and social commentary.

      “Moving Pictures” is more than just a history of cinema; it is a celebration of the magic and allure of the silver screen. Talbot’s passion for the subject shines through in every page, inviting readers to embark on a journey through the fascinating world of movies. With its engaging narrative and thoughtful insights, this book serves as a tribute to the filmmakers, actors, and audiences who have contributed to the rich tapestry of cinematic history, reminding us of the enduring impact of film on our lives and culture.

      Numbered eBooks: 420

      Number of Unique Covers: 87

      Number of 1:1 Covers: 52

      The Film Foundations

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      The Projectors

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      The Theater Experience

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      On the Set

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      The Father of Invention

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      The Lumière Brothers

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      The Capture of the Audience

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      The Cameras

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      The Splicing Station

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      The Moving Pictures

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      Publisher :

      Series : Flash Mint

      First Publication Date : 1912

      Author : Frederick A. Talbot

      Genres: Film History, Non-Fiction

      Language : English

      Word Count : 100,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Cardano Retail Price : 39 ADA

      Cardano Discount Price : 19 ADA, for wallet holding Nonsenseorship

      Purchase Limit: 3

      Cardano Policy ID : 72eb21dbe7c87863f0f5fcfaf1b6a61d888499883cdd51e5c37316fd

      Author Info

      Frederick A. Talbot

      Frederick Talbot (1880-1924) significantly contributed to the early study of film and photography, providing in-depth analyses of these burgeoning fields. Born in the late 19th century, Talbot developed a keen interest in technological advancements and their impact on society. His works, including the notable "Moving Pictures," published in 1912, delve into the intricacies of early cinema and its evolution. Talbot's detailed explorations of film technology and storytelling techniques highlighted… Read More