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Belle Époque [1871-1914] (Fin de Siècle & Edwardian Period)

Belle Époque [1871-1914]
In the United Kingdom, the Belle Époque overlapped with the late Victorian era and the Edwardian era. In Germany, the Belle Époque coincided with the Wilhelminism; in Russia with the reigns of Alexander III and Nicholas II. In the United States, emerging from the Panic of 1873, the comparable period was the Gilded Age.

The Gilded Age

Fin de Siècle (1890-1900)

Edwardian Period Films (1901-1914)


Art
Art Nouveau/Jugendstil/Vienna Secession: is the most popularly recognized art movement to emerge from the period. This largely decorative style (Jugendstil in central Europe), characterized by its curvilinear forms, and nature inspired motifs became prominent from the mid-1890s and dominated progressive design throughout much of Europe.
Artist: Gustav Klimt, Max Kurzweil, Henri…

There are 22 films in this list released in the 1930s.

  • Alice Adams
  • Anne of Green Gables
  • Cimarron
  • Claudine à l'école
  • Die Czardasfürstin
  • Dreyfus
  • Evergreen
  • Every Day's a Holiday
  • Hotel Sacher
  • Lady Windermeres Fächer
  • The Little Princess
  • Madame Butterfly
  • Masquerade in Vienna
  • Nana
  • San Francisco
  • Lelíček in the Services of Sherlock Holmes
  • The Life of Emile Zola
  • The Merry Widow
  • The Night Is Young
  • The Sisters
  • The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle
  • Rasputin and the Empress