Quo Vadis (1913 film)
Italian film directed by Enrico Guazzoni for Cines in 1913, based on the 1896 novel of the same name written by Henryk Sienkiewicz.- Quo Vadis (1913 film)
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Historical novel written by Henryk Sienkiewicz in Polish.
Several movies have been based on Quo Vadis, including two Italian silent films in 1913 and in 1924, a Hollywood production in 1951, a 1985 miniseries directed by Franco Rossi, and a 2001 adaptation by Jerzy Kawalerowicz.
Italian screenwriter and film director.
Quo Vadis (1913)
Film company specializing in production and distribution of films.
Quo Vadis (1913)
Polish writer, novelist, journalist and Nobel Prize laureate.
Quo Vadis (dir. Enrico Guazzoni, 1913)
Artistic medium chronicles the development of a visual art form created using film technologies that began in the late 19th century.
As early as 1911, Giovanni Pastrone's two-reel La Caduta di Troia (The Fall of Troy) made a big impression worldwide, and it was followed by even bigger productions like Quo Vadis? (1912), which ran for 90 minutes, and Pastrone's Cabiria of 1914, which ran for two and a half hours.
Cinema located at 4 Nollendorfplatz, Schöneberg, Berlin.
The main attraction, however, was the German première of the Cines blockbuster epic of Ancient Rome Quo Vadis?, to which Woods and Goldsoll controlled the German rights.
Particularly fruitful year for film as an art form, and is often cited one of the years in the decade which contributed to the medium the most, along with 1917.
Cines-Palast in Berlin opens as a cinema with Quo Vadis.
The year 1966 in film involved some significant events.
Eugenio Bava, 80, Italian cinematographer, Cabiria, Quo Vadis
Narrative film with a running time long enough to be considered the principal or sole presentation in a commercial entertainment program.
Other early feature films include L'Inferno, Defence of Sevastopol (1911), Oliver Twist (American version), Oliver Twist (British version), Richard III, From the Manger to the Cross, Cleopatra (1912), Quo Vadis? (1913), Cabiria (1914) and The Birth of a Nation (1915).
Subgenre of largely Italian-made historical, mythological, or Biblical epics mostly set in the Greco-Roman antiquity or the Middle Ages.
Quo Vadis (1913, directed by Enrico Guazzoni)