Edward Hopper and Cinema: A Great Art Explained Extra

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Edward Hopper and Cinema: A Great Art Explained Extra
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This occassional Great Art Explained ‘Extras’ series are films designed to complement my main series. Stories that interested me during my research that I wanted to expand on.

Movies have been inspired by fine art from the very beginning of the cinema industry.

Edward hopper was 13 years old when the first motion pictures were shown - he was in his late 40s when talking pictures came, and he died just as Bonnie and Clyde was being released. You could say his life was tied to cinematic history.

Hopper is seen as one of the first 20th-century artists to be influenced by the cinema. He was an artist - more than any other - who loved cinema - and cinema loved him.

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SUBTITLES I input the English subtitles myself but I rely on volunteers to do subtitles for other languages and I really appreciate it - just contact me at jamespayne33@hotmail.com
French subtitles by Ludivine Desriac

Title Sequence by Brian Adsit (instagram https://instagram.com/brian_vfx?utm_m... and Behance www.behance.com/badsit88)

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FILM CLIPS (In order – director credit and date in video)
Male and Female © Paramount Pictures
The President © Fotorama
Metropolis © Paramount Pictures
Cabaret © 20th Century Studios
Dreams © Warner Brothers
M*A*S*H © 20th Century Studios
The Watchmen © HBO Studios
Marie Antoinette © Columbia Pictures
Clockwork Orange © Warner Brothers
The Scream © Paramount Pictures
Shutter Island © Paramount Pictures
The Shining © Warner Brothers
Revenge of the Sith © 20th Century Studios
E.T. © Universal Pictures
Scarlet Street © Universal Pictures
Psycho © Paramount Pictures
Shirley: Visions of Reality © Sixpack Film
Two or Three Things I Know About Edward Hopper © Wim Wenders
Arrival of a Train © Société Lumière
The Jazz Singer © Warner Brothers
Bonnie and Clyde © Warner Brothers
Force of Evil © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The Naked City © Universal Pictures
Manhattan © United Artists
Student of Prague © Letterboxd
Cabinet of Dr Caligari © Decla Films
Zabriskie Point © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Modern Times © United Artists
Double Indemnity © Paramount Pictures
Mildred Pierce © Warner Brothers
Maltese Falcon © Warner Brothers
Kiss me Deadly © United Artists
The Birds © Universal Pictures
North by Northwest © Universal Pictures
Vertigo © Universal Pictures
Rear Window © Paramount Pictures
Giant © Warner Brothers
Days of Heaven © Paramount Pictures
The Addams Family © ABC Television
The Killers © Universal Pictures
Stranger on the Third Floor © RKO Pictures
Paris, Texas © 20th Century Studios
Mystery Train © Orion Classics
Blue Velvet © Paramount Pictures
Twin Peaks: The Return © Showtime
Brief Encounter © Universal Pictures
Deep Red © Cineriz
Road to Perdition © 20th Century Studios
Point Bank © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Songs From the Second Floor © Roy Andersson
Blade Runner © Warner Brothers
Fear Eats the Soul © Tango-Film
The Human Voice © Sony Picture Classics
L’Avventura © Janus Films
La Notte © Janus Films
The Eclipse © Janus Films
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch… © Roy Andersson
Songs from the Second Floor © Roy Andersson
Pennies from Heaven © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The End of Violence © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The Batman © Warner Brothers
Carol © Studio Canal
Happen © Heize

MUSIC

Night on the Docks - Sax by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com/ Promoted by MrSnooze https://youtu.be/iYOvAO1rAM0 License: CC BY 3.0 https://goo.gl/Yibru5

Song: Villainous Treachery Artist: Kevin MacLeod Genero: Silent Film

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