!!> Reading ➽ Fantasia of Color in Early Cinema ➶ Author Giovanna Fossati – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Fantasia of Color in Early Cinema We Normally Think Of Early Film As Being Black And White, But In Truth, The First Color Cinematography Appeared As Early As The 1900s In This Visually Stunning Book, Giovanna Fossati And Tom Gunning Present A Treasure Trove Of Early Color Film Images From The Archives Of EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Bringing To Life Their Rich Hues And Forgotten Splendor Carefully Selecting And Reproducing Frames From The Original Film Of Movies Made Before World War I, Fossati And Gunning Share The Images Here In A Full Range Of Tone And Colors Accompanying Essays Discuss The History Of Early Film And The Technical Processes That Filmmakers Employed To Capture These Fascinating Images, While Other Contributions Explore Preservation Techniques And Describe The Visual Delights That Early Film Has Offered Audiences, Both Then And Now Featuring One Hundred And Fifty Color Illustrations For Readers To Examine And Enjoy, Fantasia Of Color In Early Film Will Engage Scholars And Buffs Alike.

10 thoughts on “Fantasia of Color in Early Cinema

  1. says:

    I really think this book is a treasure, but have to take away a star for it being 2.35 1 when it should be 4 3.

  2. says:

    Absolutely beautiful, amazing and inspiring Anyone with an interest in film history would be wise to pick up this treasure The book is filled with a handful of essays about how bw films from early cinema got their color Great technical and artistic explorations of coloring ...

  3. says:

    Great except I broke out in hives reading it I think I might be allergic to the ink.

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