Eisenstein

[ US /ˈaɪzənstaɪn, ˈaɪzənstin/ ]
NOUN
  1. Russian film maker who pioneered the use of montage and is considered among the most influential film makers in the history of motion pictures (1898-1948)
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How To Use Eisenstein In A Sentence

  • That case which was Weisensteiner, the court said that in the circumstances of the case, an adverse inference should be drawn.
  • Mainstream distributors are unmindful of the huge dedication that composers still bring to the genre, breathing new life into classic works by directors such as Chaplin, Keaton, Eisenstein and Gance.
  • The veteran US motor journalist, Paul Eisenstein reflects on the rise and precipitous fall of Toyota.
  • The Battleship Potempkin (Bronenosets Potyomkin), Sergei Eisenstein, 1925 Hiroshima, America and French Open
  • Picasso collected African masks, Eisenstein filmed the bloodthirsty gods sculpted by the Aztecs.
  • Later, more spontaneously, he mentions the impact of Eisenstein.
  • The third topic to which Eisenstein made a major contribution was the theory of elliptic functions.
  • Die Fledermaus is the lighthearted story of Gabriel von Eisenstein, a would-be adulterer who attempts to pick up his disguised wife Rosalinde.
  • Its defrosting is subtle, gradual: but Eisenstein rather than Antonioni: grainy, gritty even.
  • However, a telex from Stalin presenting Eisenstein as a traitor to Russia also weighed heavily on the project.
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