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In-text: (A Trip To The Moon, 1902)
Your Bibliography: A Trip To The Moon. 1902. [film] Directed by G. Méliès. Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France: Méliès Studios,.
In-text: (Bee, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Bee, H., 1999. MoMA highlights. 1st ed. New York: Museum of Modern Art, p.49.
In-text: (Brown, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Brown, S., 2009. Colouring the nation: spectacle, reality and British natural colour in the silent and early sound era. Film History: An International Journal, [online] 21(2), pp.139-149. Available at: <http://www.jstor.org/stable/40406019> [Accessed 7 April 2018].
So that a film, as a result of realism, does not become as kalmus suggests '......... ' film makers should apply 'The principles of color, tone, and composition' in the way an artist would to ' make painting a fine art' as 'the same principles will make a colored motion picture a work of art.'
In-text: (kalmus, 1935)
Your Bibliography: kalmus, N., 1935. Color Consciousness. Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Ingineers, 25, pp.139 - 147.
In-text: (Mulvey, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Mulvey, L., 2006. Death 24 X A Second. Realkiton Kindle Books Kindle Edition, p.39.
In-text: (Phoenix, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Phoenix. 2014. [film] Directed by C. Petzold. Germany: Schramm Film Koerner and Weber.
In-text: (The Color Purple, 1985)
Your Bibliography: The Color Purple. 1985. [film] Directed by S. Spielberg. USA: Warner Brothers.
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