History of how Films came to be


Who does not like watching their favorite movie again and again?

That gush of exuberance and excitement is what keeps the audience glued to their seat. However, that cannot be applicable for horror movies! Films are fiction, non-fiction and sometimes both, it is even better to listen to the sounds as well. Films reach out to numerous people, it is a successful way to proclaim your ideas and raise your voice for a certain issue. This article will explain you the history of film-making and methods used to make it.

From the era of black and white films to the ongoing age of color movies, the success of film-making is increasing without any speed breakers. People are choosing their professional careers on this particular field. Ideas can be explained through films if it is cleverly written and planned out. A clever film-maker has the ability to persuade or influence the audiences to think and behave the way they intend them to or accept ideas that they would otherwise reject.

The new error in this History

Technology and Films

As technology advance the way a film is made is changing rapidly, the graphics are becoming more realistic than ever before.  There are three things which are needed to make a perfect film, which includes the camera, film, and projector. Films are able to connect with many individuals around the world. Films have the ability to communicate emotions, situations and what not. Have you ever watch and emotional movie and started crying, or any other movie causing you to be flooded with emotions? That’s the magic of films; they make us feel connected with the character and plot.

Reality and Fiction

Most movies we see are stories, related to real life event or fantasies. Not to forget animations, animated movies are stories told in the picture drawn by hand or on the computer. These are at times called cartoons or animation. The stories are invented with actors speaking the parts. Additionally, robots or animatronics models are used in films instead of real animals, this cut off the ethical concerns which are mostly involved in such cases. These animatronic models are very much closer to be lifelike, controlled by computers or radios, for example, Jurassic park, the rebirth of lifelike dinosaurs.

On the other hand, documentary films such as historical films give facts about the past, we can view the past in front of us rather than read about it. Contrariwise, you can never trust a film completely; they are mostly blamed for showing fake content about realistic event and stories and not to forget they put their own version in the recreation of famous novels.