sound film


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Noun1.sound film - motion-picture film with sound effects and dialogue recorded on itsound film - motion-picture film with sound effects and dialogue recorded on it
cine-film, motion-picture film, movie film - photographic film several hundred feet long and wound on a spool; to be used in a movie camera
soundtrack - sound recording on a narrow strip of a motion picture film
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Set in 1920s Hollywood, this light-hearted romantic comedy focuses on the trials and tribulations of two actors during the transition from silent pictures to the early days of sound film.
The light-hearted musical set in the 1920s - the early days of sound film - follows the transition from silent film to "talkies," films with sound, and a young star, Lina Lamont, who's chipmunk voice is not suited for the new era.
Cinema icons including Orson Welles, Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, Oscar Micheaux and Vincente Minnelli are among those impacted by this tragedy, and pioneering technological achievements in color cinematography, sound film technology, animation and widescreen projection are among the lost treasures.
He made the first British sound film - Blackmail (1929) - although dialogue only began in reel two as the studio was not equipped in the early sequences.
He made the first British sound film, Blackmail, in 1929 before going to Hollywood and making classic thrillers like Psycho, The Birds and North By Northwest.
It covers the artistic, technical and practical considerations of making a short sound film (documentary).
The first sound film, Sing-Song Girl Red Peony, using the sound-on-disc technology, was made in 1931.
Main features: this contract involves the audiovisual materials and equipment in a sound film studio located at 16 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris
With sound film being the future, Jannings' heavy accent soon had him returning to Germany.
Katherine Spring has joined the discussion of early media convergence and technical issues in early sound film with a monograph published by Oxford University Press.
In the case of a modern, sound film, music is incorporated in a segmental and fractional manner, whereas in a silent film there is no space for hiatuses as the composer should provide music for the duration of the motion picture.
Pound visited the Museum of Modern Art, where he attended the projection of the Noh film Aoi no ue (1935), now thought to be the first sound film documenting a Noh play.