The history of the Soviet filmstrips (15 photos)

Let us return for a moment to the carefree time free of the current problems and worries.
Recall the brightest moment of our childhood - namely, filmstrips.
Remember the sheet on the wall, setting the lens, how to load the film into the projector?
And here it is - a ray of joy, color pictures and stories ...



 
Filmstrip - a series of positive images (slides), united by a common theme in a short film, usually consisting of 20-50 frames. Filmstrip associated with comics, cartoons, book illustrations, but also differs from them. The name itself comes from the Greek δια, which in this context means "the transition from the beginning to the end"; and Eng. film - roll picture (movie) film.



Transparancy film is based on the change of static frames (as opposed to film). Its frame is closer to the easel painting and graphics, so some artists and include the filmstrip to the visual arts. In the frame filmstrip present movement, expression, like any work of art. This is an issue of the transition from frame to frame, and a combination of adhesion, as well as the problem of compliance with the text of the image.



The word "filmstrip" and the subject which it represents, is well known to all adults who grew up in Soviet children. The number of people who do not know what a "filmstrip" is increasing every day. It explains what filmstrip, is not so simple. Because filmstrip - it's not just a story told by means of text and images, divided into frames. It is also a kind of technique presentation viewer stories in which each frame is considered individually.



Filmstrip - it is also a pastime, organized by manual movement of the frame, reading out loud signatures, and the collective by viewing images projected on the screen in the dark. Filmstrips - an integral part of the Soviet way of life and culture.

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