Le Voyage dans la lune (1902) dir. Georges Méliès.' film review
Le Voyage Dan La Lune/ A trip to the moon (1902) by Dir.Georges Melies,is a silent film produced in the early 19 centuries. Story was started from a group of people who were planning to travel the moon and start their journey to the moon.
From the progression of humans history, it is noticeable that the story lines of people have read were also changing. By the time, people used to read stories about their own towns and livings, and keep exploring wider and wider by their understandings, Melies's film also shown that they had hopes in the future. But it is interesting at the same time as nowadays while people think about how worst will it be in the future and that can be also seen that movies in present which telling audiences how much humans have to depend on technology in the future.
This film was also appeared
the imaginations of what moon will be looked like. It is noticeable at present
that moon won't be the place where could find living things while in the past
people thought was another planet with its world and own structures similar as
in Earth. They were inquisitive of exploring their knowledge while now
scientist are trying to find another planet is worthy to live, instead of
living in this polluted world.
study of the scene productions, it can be seen that there were more element and
style of theatre and stage designs. And this film was also appeared in theatre,
which was interesting of how they organised the form from stop motion film
to live show.
to the comparison of film and opera, I prefer the film because that gave a
focus to the audiences while an opera would have so many things going on at the
same time. And I think the film had a good communication too even that was a
silent film with not many descriptions and scripts. bibliography:
video of the film http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FrdVdKlxUk (accessed on 25/9/2013 )
http://www.flickeralley.biz/ (accessed on 25/9/2013 )
http://www.festival-cannes.fr/en/theDailyArticle/58490.html (accessed on 25/9/2013 )