The Art of Storytelling: The Birth of a Nation
Griffith's film, "The Birth of a Nation," set the bar for what a narrative storyline should be in cinema, for his time period and today as well. During an era of short, silent films, which often only depicted a single circumstance or shallow plot, the film seemed to be the model for any story portrayed as an epic of events that spanned over many years and covered several events. While at the same time he showed the power of cinema as a propaganda tool and media for personal interest and ideology. However, above all his elaborate storyline can even be seen as a prerequisite for modern films…
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