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  1. FILM FILM

  2. FILM Part I

  3. It’s Showtime… Moviesstarthere,,!

  4. A few words about film history Cinematography: It is the technique of movie photography, including both the shooting and development of the film, Film: It is a series of still images which, when shown on a screen, creates the illusion of moving images due to phi phenomenon. .

  5. A few wordsabout film history

  6. A few wordsabout film history Roundhay Garden Scene 1888, the first known celluloid film recorded. The elderly lady second from right was LePrince's mother-in-law, she died the day after this scene was shot. The Berlin Wintergarten theatre was the site of the first cinema ever, with a short movie presented by the Skladanowsky brothers in 1895 Film still from Dickson Greeting. In May 1891, it became the first American film shown to a public audience.

  7. First film • The first film was => La Sortie de l'Usine Lumière à Lyon (literally, "the exit from the Lumière factory in Lyon", or, under its more common English title, Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory), The second was: => L'Arrivéed'un Train en Gare de la Ciotat (literally, "the arrival of a train at La Ciotat", but more commonly known as Arrival of a Train at a Station) • The third was: =>Carmaux, défournage du coke (Drawing out the coke). • This date (December 28, 1895 ) is known as the birth of cinema since it was the first time the cycle of production-distribution-exhibition happened.

  8. Hollywood triumphant • the United States gained quickly when World War I (1914–1918) caused a devastating interruption in the European film industries. • By the 1920s, the United States reached what is still its era of greatest-ever output, producing an average of 800 feature films annually, • The comedies of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, the swashbuckling adventures of Douglas Fairbanks and the romances of Clara Bow, to cite just a few examples, made these performers’ faces well-known on every continent. • The Western visual norm that would become classical continuity editing was developed and exported – although its adoption was slower in some non-Western countries without strong realist traditions in art and drama, such as Japan.

  9. Top 7 - American film of all time

  10. Main film genres list • Action film • Adventure films • Comedy films • Crime & Gangster film • Drama films • Epics/historical film • Horror films • Musicals( dance) films • Science fiction films • War (anti-war) films • westerns

  11. Action films • Action film - is a film genre in which one or more heroes are thrust into a series of challenges that typically include physical feats, extended fight scenes, violence, and frantic chases. POSTERS The Hobbit White House Down

  12. Adventuremovies Adventure films - are a genre of film. Unlike action films, they often use their action scenes preferably to display and explore exotic locations in an energetic way. • They are mostly set in a period background and may include adapted stories of historical or fictional adventure heroes within the historical context. Kings, battles, rebellion or piracy are commonly seen in adventure films. • Adventure films may also be combined with other movie genres such as, science fiction, fantasy and sometimes war films. POSTERS TINTIN Pirates of the caribbean

  13. ComedyMovies • Comedy filmis a genre of film in which the main emphasis is on humor. These films are designed to entertain the audience through amusement, and often work by exaggerating characteristics of real life for humorous effect. POSTERS International Trailer Of The Comedy Film Mirror Mirror HANGOVER

  14. Drama Movies A drama film - is a film genre that depends mostly on in-depth development of realistic characters dealing with emotional themes. Dramatic themes such as alcoholism, drug addiction, infidelity, moral dilemmas, racial prejudice, religious intolerance, sexuality, poverty, class divisions, violence against women and corruption put the characters in conflict with themselves, others, society and even natural phenomena. POSTERS A WALK TO REMEMBER LOVE & OTHER DRUGS

  15. Science fiction films • Science Fiction are often quasi-scientific, visionary and imaginative - complete with heroes, aliens, distant planets, impossible quests, improbable settings, fantastic places, great dark and shadowy villains, futuristic technology, unknown and unknowable forces, and extraordinary monsters (”things or creatures from space”), either created by mad scientists or by nuclear havoc. POSTERS A SOUND OF THUNDER STAR WARS

  16. Let’splay a little…!! I’mgoing to check up yourknowledgeabout cinema,,,!

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  22. Partie ii FILM La «On ne peut pas ne pas communiquer » Paul Walzlawich (école de Palo ALTO).

  23. Didactiques des langues • Objectif : enseigner la communication interpersonnelle (communication verbale et non verbale ). • Pour qui? : Pour des apprenants de terminale du lycée professionnel, • Le but : • Décrire, • Caractériser • Et analyser les situations de communication à partir des interactions entre les acteurs et des phénomènes relationnels qu’elles contribuent à développer. • Objectif à long terme?: Son but est l'insertion socioprofessionnelle.

  24. Didactiques des langues Présentation d’une affiche du Film «INTOUCHABLES», Quel est le message transmis par les deux acteurs principaux ? Par quels moyens les acteurs communiquent-ils dans un film ? Repérer et distinguer les processus relationnels ?

  25. Didactiques des langues Vidéo d’un court métrage

  26. Didactiques des langues • Jeu de rôle sur la communication verbale et non verbale • Conditions de réalisation : • Construire un scénario (d’un court métrage, une histoire qui les intéresse particulièrement) sur un sujet donné. • 3 groupes de quatre élèves vont jouer leurs histoires, puis nous avons choisir le meilleur scénario et nous avons le refaire mais avec des registres de langue différents ou avec un langage corporel différent. • On va repérer, dans chaque scénario, le vocabulaire et le type de phrase ou gestes utilisés. • Donner une définition de la communication