silent picture

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Other early examples are the Belgian silent picture Missionaires italiens aux Indes (Italian Missionaries in the Indies) (1932; dir.
Crafton's most off-cited contention is that the mature talking picture, as it developed by 1931, was emphatically not a new form of cinematic expression, not even a new art form entirely distinct from the silent picture, but merely an extension of the conventional practices and formulas of what had gone before.
The Artist, an honest-to-goodness black-and-white silent picture made by modern French filmmakers in Hollywood, will be shown on at the grand re-opening reminiscent of the days when the Uptown presented original black-and-white silent movies.
Still, there remains a poignant wizardry to a well-produced silent picture, which is reminiscent of the movement and expression synonymous with ballet.
It was also the first place in Wales to show a silent picture and remained undamaged by the blitz that destroyed much of Swansea city centre during the Second World War.
Tom Taaffe received a welcome change of luck when Silent Picture collared Garlough in the bumper to provide Cian Hughes with his first victory.
Hughes, learning to direct on the job at his own expense, was forced to remake most of his silent picture when sound came in, driving the production schedule to three years.
a more extreme case of visual storytelling, is an almost silent picture shot from the point of view of an apartment window in St.
Conversation is here reduced not only to a picture but to a silent picture.
He does tell us, with no evident slyness, that "ecphrastic poems purport to speak up for the silent picture, to make it speak out in some way.
A short time later, a few bison were brought over as movie props for a silent picture based on Zane Grey's ``The Vanishing American.
For seven decades, the theater that was once a silent picture house has honored early American theatrical traditions by presenting a bounty of musical comedies, variety acts and melodramatic plays.
Set in 1920s Hollywood, this lighthearted romantic comedy focuses on the trials and tribulations of two movie actors during the transition from silent pictures to sound film.
Mickey's Circus', from Larry Darmour Productions, stars Rooney as Mickey McGuire, the ringmaster of a kids' circus, among dozens of early American silent pictures that are slated for preservation.