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A printed narration or portion of dialogue flashed on the screen between the scenes of a silent film.
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Rothschilds opens with an intertitle telling us that the film--based on historical fact--takes place in the year 1806.
There are silent-screen inserts, including one of children at play on the beach, forming human pyramids, while their elders dive into the surf; the intertitle records these as '[h]uman seals for whom waves and rocks have no terrors'.
The actor, whose most recent projects have mainly been in Chinese, will also produce the film along with Talent International Media Group's Esmond Ren and InterTitle Films' David Gerson.
It opens, as the first intertitle states, in a "viejo cafetin de la Boca sonoliento y tragico; pedazo de mundo canallesco sepultado en un eterno claroscuro.
Title (bolded) * Paragraph (paragraph structure) * Intertitle (bolded) * Paragraph Bold title Title elements * informational title (one Shopping en ligne (1) : cette fois (2), of the elements of the ca marche (3)
Like the Films d'art productions, these early films were one or two reels long and included few principal scenes of the story; one scene (or a "picture" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII])) usually consisted of one static shot that was set up in a manner reminiscent of a theater stage and introduced with an expository intertitle.
The use of linen scrolls can be seen to anticipate the cinematic intertitle, and as Buchanan notes, the effect of the dialogue scrolls in each case was remarkably similar:
The result, as an intertitle makes clear, is "At the Indians' stronghold, the Chief plans vengeance.
an intertitle in a bizarre scene where Corinne recounts her orgy.
I know this because the poem says so, in a classically Robertsonian intertitle that precedes the coda: "This is the beginning of Utopia / Its material is time.
They have these moving, intertitle captions saying Leaving Liverpool and Approaching Llandudno.