Amateur Pathé Baby, film 8 and super 8.

Amateur cinema shot by private individuals.
From the end of the 1920s, the Pathé-Baby film company began distributing 8 mm film in Italy, which thus made possible the amateur films reserved for the wealthy social class. From the early 1930s to the early 1960s with the advent of the super 8 mm format, more commonly known as Super 8, a cinematographic film in direct evolution of the 8 mm. introduced to the market by the Kodak company, it made possible the amateur cinema filmed by private individuals, the videography of the masses.
The home movie ultimately becomes a continuation of the photo album.
In the years of the economic miracle, Italians filmed the family model they were pursuing. Modern Italy began to have a unique and recognizable face.
There is a deep and ambivalent link that unites the film to the collective memory
on some exemplary home movie themes (holidays, the car, entertainment, the home).

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