Lesson 3

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Katz, Steven D. Film Directing Shot by Shot: visualizing from concept to screen. Michael Weise Productions, in conjunction with Focal Press, 1991.
4. Visualization: Tools and Techniques pg 85-96,
Part II. Elements of the Continuity Style

The Lumiere Brothers are among the first filmmakers in history. This is one of their most famous films.

A segment from Discovery Education about how the human eye works.

EXTRA CREDIT: Here's an instructional video from HowCast on how to build your own zoetrope.

A brief history of the cinema. How many of these movies can you name?