Flickchart Film School: Pre-1920s

Ross Bonaime

Ross has been a lover of films for as long as he can remember. Since childhood, he has engulfed himself with movies, always trying to learn and watch more than any one lone human should ever attempt. Ross went to George Mason University, where he received a bachelors degree in communication with a focus in journalism and a film studies minor. He is a writer for Paste Magazine and Brightest Young Things. He loves all films, genres and periods. From George Melies to Christopher Nolan, Ross will watch anything to further his ongoing film education. Ross can be found at  rbonaime on Flickchart.

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  1. It’s fascinating to see what film-making was like when the restrictions were more of a technical nature than from focus group testings and uptight parents. Even though the early era is primitive by today’s standards, there’s certainly a more pervasive sense of wonder and imagination. TV commercials are more sophisticated today than most early films in a lot of ways, but there’s something to be said for seeing those seeds being planted and being able trace your favorite movies back to their ancestors.

  1. January 28, 2011

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