magic lantern

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magic lantern:

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, optical projection instrument making multiple use of the magic lantern. The magic lantern uses lenses to throw on a screen a magnified image from a transparent slide or from an opaque object such as a photograph or the page of a book.
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magic lantern

an early type of slide projector
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Tal registro se complexifica gracas a montagem dos textos que compoem a serie "Lanterna magica".
Ambos supieron encarnar a su pueblo en sus caricaturas: Bordallo, en Ze Povinho, el personaje que creo en A Lanterna Magica en 1875, y Castelao, en cualquiera de sus paisanos (hombres, mujeres, viejos, ninos), que expresan la esencia de los gallegos con hondura y verdad.
Ze Povinho (figura 1), el mayor acontecimiento de toda la ilustracion satirica portuguesa (De Sa, 1999) aparecio por primera vez el 12 de junio de 1875 en el numero 5 de la A Lanterna Magica y en seguida se convirtio en simbolo de Portugal, como el John Bull ingles, el Tio Sam estadounidense o la Marianne francesa.
Aunque especialmente conocidos por los periodicos A Lanterna Magica o O Antonio Maria (Bordallo) y la serie "Cousas da vida" o el album Nos (Castelao), los dos caricaturistas dejaran lo que podemos calificar de su testamento artistico en algunas obras maestras posteriores.
Directed by Guido Manuli and produced by animation studio Lanterna Magica, both former associates of "Momo" helmer Enzo D'Alo, "Aida of the Trees" represents a second current in Italo feature animation that tips its hat to blander international models.
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and other English-speaking territories to Enzo D'Alo's toon feature "The Blue Arrow." Based on the legend of a good witch known to Italian tykes as la bufana, the pie was produced by Maria Fares of Turin-based animation studio Lanterna Magica, and is a coproduction of Italy, France and Luxembourg.