Students can go through AP State Board 8th Class Social Studies Notes Chapter 22 Film and Print Media to understand and remember the concept easily.
AP State Board Syllabus 8th Class Social Studies Notes Chapter 22 Film and Print Media
→ The birth of cinema in India can be attributed to Lumiere’s brother’s first public show at Watson Hotel in Mumbai on July 7, 1896.
→ The plays written by George Bernard Shaw and Shakespeare were visualized with a camera and exhibited on the screen as a film.
→ The popularity of plays has decreased significantly while the films have gained prominence.
→ In Telugu the first ‘Mooki’ was ‘Bhishma Pratigna’ and ‘talkie’ was ‘Bhakta Prahlada’.
→ The father of the Telugu film industry is Raghupathi Venkaiah.
→ Before the cinema, there were various forms of entertainment like folk art forms, folk dances, classical dances, music, dramas, etc.
→ Several films on national movements were made later.
→ While society influences art and hence films, it is also true that films influence society.
→ Films can influence the opinions and ideas of people in society.
→ With the introduction of paper production in the 11th century and the printing machine by Gutenberg in the mid-15th-century things have changed.
→ The newspapers play a very important role in our daily life.
→ In Telugu, Krishna Patrika was edited by Mutnuri Krishna Rao.
→ Many freedom fighters of Indian Independence were the editors of newspapers.
→ Projector: A device for projecting slides or film onto a screen.
→ Commentary: A spoken description of an event on the radio or television
→ Compose: Create a work of art especially music or poetry.
→ Gazette: A journal or nèwspaper.
→ Publish: Produce a book, newspaper, journal, or piece of music for public sale.