Brighton School (filmmaking)

Brighton School (fr.: L'école de Brighton) was a loosely associated group of pioneering filmmakers active in the Brighton and Hove area of England from 1896 to 1910. The core membership of the group consists of filmmakers George Albert Smith, James Williamson and Esmé Collings as well as engineer Alfred Darling; other names associated with the group include Collings' former business partner William Friese-Greene and the group's London-based distributor Charles Urban. The term was coined by French film historian Georges Sadoul in an article that was translated and re-published in pamphlet form as British Creators of Film Technique by the British Film Institute in 1948.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Brighton & Hove from the dawn of the cinema". Terra Media. Retrieved 2015-07-11.
Brighton School

Brighton School may refer to:

Brighton SchoolsBrighton School (filmmaking), a loosely associated group of filmmakers active in the Brighton and Hove area of England 1896-1910

Brighton School (Sacramento, California), a property on the National Register of Historic Places

Brighton School (Lynnwood, Washington), a private K-8 schoolSchools of BrightonBrighton Area Schools, Brighton, Metro Detroit, Michigan, USA

Brighton Central School District, Monroe County, New York State, USA

List of schools in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, England, UK

List of former board schools in Brighton and Hove

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