samedi 17 mai 2008


As attests it the catalogs concervés by the Gaumont Museum, one can speak about several hundreds of phonoscenes by Alice Guy Blache produced about 1907. But only one hundred reached us.

Synchronism between the image (sequence shot turned under the conditions of the playback) and the sound resulting from cylinders then of discs was far from being as bad as one tends to believe it. As opposed to what often lets hear popularization, the existence of phonoscenes attests that the usual idea of " cinema muet" is to be called into question.

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