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Gance

(French ɡɑ̃s)
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(Biography) Abel (abɛl). 1889–1981, French film director, whose works include J'accuse (1919, 1937) and Napoléon (1927), which introduced the split-screen technique
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THE idea of binge watching started in the 1920s when films were silent and French director Abel Gance produced historical epic Napoleon that ran for more than five hours.
Abel Gance disait qu'il y a deux types de musique : [beaucoup moins que]la musique du son et la musique de la lumiere qui n'est autre que le cinema[beaucoup plus grand que].
Which cinematic technique did French director Abel Gance introduce in 1927?
En 1923 Abel Gance recupero este tema tan frances con La rueda, donde entre balastro, traviesas, humo y rostros tiznados asistimos a un triangulo amoroso medio incestuoso.
In Jean Epstein, friend of both Cendrars and Abel Gance, Wall-Romana finds the cinepoetic figure at the heart of his project--one whose career spans both sides of the Cinepoetry binary.
In the superb 1927 silent film "Napoleon", by French director Abel Gance, there is a curious moment when the Corsican hero of the film, portrayed by Albert Dieudonne, muses prophetically that one day Europe will be united by neither cannon nor cavalry charge but by treaties and pieces of paper.
Griffith, Abel Gance, Erich von Stroheim, and Fritz Lang, while also discussing the contributions of lesser known directors such as Louis Feuillade or Joe May.
Mas alla (y aca) de la acostumbrada historia del cine, que ha celebrado ante todo la ideologia del realismo (tanto el positivista como el ilusionista y narrativo), La Ferla se detiene a examinar las avanzadas propuestas que hacen en 1920 cineastas como Abel Gance, Sergei Eisenstein o Dziga Vertov y como estas alcanzan, dialogan e inspiran las posibilidades brindadas hoy por la union de la imagen registrada en la camara oscura y la caja negra, donde los calculos binarios producen una nueva realidad.
Director Abel Gance underscored this development when he remade his anti-war film "J'accuse" (1919) as "That They May Live" (1938), in which disfigured World War 1 veterans literally rise from their graves to protest the gathering storm of yet another world war.
En el tramado de historias relucen no pocos famosos (Mario Vargas Llosa, Francis Ford Coppola, Abel Gance, Claudia Cardinale, Klaus Kinski, Stanley Kubrick y otros), pero los protagonistas verdaderos son los rios: Urubamba, Camisea y Pachitea.
Rafael Utrera considera que la ruptura con la estetica teatral se produce en el momento del nacimiento del lenguaje propiamente cinematografico, cuando aparece el primer plano y la movilidad de la camara con directores como David Wark Griffith y Abel Gance.
Destacados cineastas formaron un comite y salieron en su defensa; entre ellos estaban Alexandre Astruc, Claude Berri, Robert Bresson, Claude Chabrol, Georges Franju, Abel Gance, Jean-Luc Godard, Joris Ivens, Chris Marker, Alain Resnais, Jacques Rivette, Eric Rohmer, Jean Rouch y Francois Trauffaut.