Film Key Moments Malaspina Great Books zoopraxiscope Invented 1867 – moving photos watched through a slit Motion Pictures Louis Lumiere invented 1896: portable motion-picture camera, film processing unit and projector called the Cinematographe
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Invented 1867 – moving photos watched through a slit
1941 The first, generally-acknowledged film noir was released, John Huston's The Maltese Falcon.
1964 Michelangelo Antonioni's and cinematographer Carlo DiPalma's visually-impressive French-Italian co-production Red Desert made spectacular use of the recently-perfected telephoto lens, to create a shallow depth-of-field. It was also Antonioni's first film in color, used in extreme and expressive ways.
1972 The popular, low-budget, adult-oriented, X-rated Deep Throat, the second hard-core pornography feature film released in the US (after Behind the Green Door) contributed to the explosion of the porn industry and 'porn chic' by being exhibited in many mainstream film theatres.
1995 Danish director Lars von Trier announced the manifesto of the Dogme 95 collective and movement, a return to simplicity in film-making. Ten goals or principles of the collective's 'Vow of Chastity' included on-location shoots, use of hand-held cameras and use of digital-video (DV), an uncredited director, no special effects or fixes in post-production, and no major enhancement of sound or light even on set. This type of film-making stood in sharp contrast to Hollywood's big-budget blockbusters.