We’ve spent a lot of time focusing on France and the U.S. as that’s where a significant amount of both infrastructure and business models were initially set up for film. But there were other countries adding their own stories to the annals of film history. In this episode of Crash Course Film History, we’re going to focus on Germany and how they got a bit expressive with film.
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