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The beginning of the First World War brought European filmmaking to a complete halt and made room for America as the world center for film production2. During this time some of the most influential names in film history made their names. D.W. Griffith directed some of the most famous films of the early twentieth century including Birth of a Nation, and Intolerance...
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The more famous of the two, Birth of a Nation was met with mixed reactions. Some called it "an ultimate in motion picture achievement" and "the greatest of all motion pictures" but other disagreed3. The film had a production and advertising budget of roughly $210,000 and a total U.S. box-office gross of $10,000,000...
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