How To Hit The Ground: Motion And Measurement In Moving Pictures Before The Great Crash

@inproceedings{Schmenner2017HowTH,
  title={How To Hit The Ground: Motion And Measurement In Moving Pictures Before The Great Crash},
  author={William Driscoll Schmenner},
  year={2017}
}
How to Hit the Ground: Motion and Measurement in Moving Pictures before The Great Crash Will Schmenner Karen Redrobe, Advisor On December 21, 1914, the Keystone Film Company released Tillie’s Punctured Romance, directed by Mack Sennett. Roughly seven weeks later, depending on where one lived in North America, D.W. Griffith released The Birth of a Nation (1915). For cinema and media studies, this moment launched the form of the classical Hollywood feature-length narrative—the roughly ninety… CONTINUE READING