Today's cougar is fun-loving, smart, knows what she wants-and isn't afraid to go after it.Everyone can be a cougar, from top-level executives, soccer moms, community leaders, and newly single women who want the fun of a relationship without all the demands and baggage of traditional relationships. There is no standard age for cougars and Cougar Life welcomes women in their 30s, 40s, 50s and up.In the world, generally and America specifically, the influence of Griffith on film-making was unmatched.Equally influential were his actors in adapting their performances to the new medium.Films worldwide began to noticeably adopt visual and narrative elements which would be found in classical Hollywood cinema.1913 was a particularly fruitful year for the medium, as pioneering directors from several countries produced masterpieces such as The Mothering Heart (D. Griffith), Ingeborg Holm (Victor Sjöström), and L’enfant de Paris (Léonce Perret) that set new standards for film as a form of storytelling.Lillian Gish, the star of The Mothering Heart, is particularly noted for her influence on screen performance techniques.
Since the first narrative films in the 1890s, filmmakers sought to capture the power of live theatre on the cinema screen.
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In Sweden and Denmark, this period would be known as a "Golden Age" of film; in America, this artistic change is attributed to filmmakers like David W.
Griffith finally breaking the grip of the Edison Trust to make films independent of the manufacturing monopoly.