There is nothing better for a college student to put into practice the study tools provided by the degree program and turn them into professional concreteness.
The University course should be the prolongation of the electrical impulse that drives a young man to join their university of belonging teaching.
Joris Faucon Grimaud, a student of cinema from Paris, created a 7 minutes short film about an emotional retrospective of 120 years of cinema, from the very beginning until today.
A markedly patriotic tribute on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the invention of cinema.
In fact cinema has been created precisely in Paris by the Lumière Brothers on December 28, 1895 when it was just about a show of photographs which, taken and projected in quick succession, they gave the illusion of movement.
For his tribute, Grimaud was inspired by the book 1001 Movies You Must Watch Before You Die by Steven Jay Schneider.
A time journey through with Charlie Chaplin, Bette Davis and all the faces of the artists that have marked, with their faces, more than a century of history in celluloid.
Enjoy the show.
by Libero Bentivoglio
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