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Cinema is the art of imagination

  1. 1. Virtual Exhibition Prepared by Olena Tkachuk “Window on America” Center of Vinnytsia Regional Universal Research Library named after K. A. Timiriazev
  2. 2. The Information and Resource Center “Window on America” in Vinnytsia presents a virtual book-and-video exhibition “Cinema is the Art of Imagination”. We invite you to immerse into the world of Cinema, to turn over the pages of the books which became the source of inspiration for film adaptations, and to recall the films which became classical in the USA.
  3. 3. FILMS FOR ALL AND EVERYONE
  4. 4. MATILDA “Incredibly fun! A great movie for all ages!” Leo Quinones, KIIS-FM See the world from a kid’s-eye view with Matilda, a modern fairy tale that mixes hilarious humor with the magical message of love. Mrs. Doubtfire’s Mara Wilson stars as Matilda, a super-smart little girl who’s woefully misunderstood by her parents (Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman), her brother, and an evil school principle. But with the help of a brave best friend and a wonderful teacher, Matilda discovers she doesn’t have to get mad to get even. Filled with a subversive sense of wit and whimsy, Matilda is a “great comedy with a great message. The adults laugh as much, if not more, than the kids.” – Elaine Blythe, FILM ADVISORY BOARD 1996 Tri-Star Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION “A monumental achievement!” Rod Lurie, LOS ANGELES Few movies capture the triumph of the human spirit as memorably as The Shawahank Redemption. Morgan Free- man and Tim Robbins star in this powerful nominee for seven Academy Awards based on a Stephen King story. Freeman plays “Red” Redding, a lifer who knows the ropes at Maine’s Shawshank State Prison. Robbins is new inmate Andy Dufrense, a quiet banker unjustly convicted of murder. Andy’s indomitable will earns Red’s friendship; his resourcefulness brings hope and change to the entire prison. Andy is full of surprises – and he saves his best for last. Written and directed by Frank Darabont (The Green Mile), The Shawahank Redemption is “an engrossing, superbly acted yarn.” – Tom Charity, Time Out Film Guide.
  6. 6. THE ART OF FILM
  7. 7. AMERICAN FILM An A-Z Guide Written by Peter Kramer & Paul Willetts 2003 Franklin Watts, a Division of Scholastic Inc. Printed in the USA
  8. 8. FILM ART An Introduction Sixth Edition David Bordwell Kristin Thompson 2001 University of Wisconsin
  9. 9. BOOKS WHICH INSPIRED FILM PRODUCERS
  10. 10. FAHRENHEIT 451 A Novel by Ray Bradbury 2003 SIMON&SCHUSTER
  11. 11. THREE MEN IN A BOAT (To Say Nothing of the Dog) by Jerome K. Jerome Kyiv: Znannia, 2015/ - 238 p. – (English Library)
  12. 12. CLASSICAL AMERICAN FILMS
  13. 13. IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE No one is born to be a failure. No one is poor who has friends. Simple thoughts that were the inspiration for one of the richest, most uplifting, most beloved American films ever made. Frank Capra’s classic tale of George Bailey and his Christmas Eve visit visit with a guardian angel was nominated for five Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor. After more than 50 years it remains as powerful and moving as the day it was made.
  14. 14. BONNIE AND CLYDE “Bold and brassy, brutal and brilliant!” - Kathleen Carroll, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Adrift in the Depression-era Southwest, Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker embark on a life of crime. They mean no harm. They crave adventure – and each other. Soon we start to love them too. But nothing in the film history has prepared us for the cascading violence to follow. Bonnie and Clyde turns brutal. We learn they can be hurt – and dread they can be killed. Bonnie and Clyde balances itself on a knife- edge of laughter and terror, thanks to vivid title-role performances by Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway and superb support from Michael J. Pollard, Gene Hackman and Estelle Parsons, who won 1967’s Best Supporting Actress Academy Award. Director Arthur Penn keeps the film’s sensibilities tough but never cruel. It continually dazzles, especially in the work of cinematographer Burnett Guffey (winner of the fim’s second Oscar) and editor Dede Allen. And as film lovers since have discovered, it’s no ordinary gangster movie.
  15. 15. THANK YOU!

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