Film History: Vol 5, no 1 : An International Journal - Volume 5 Issue 1, March 1993
This journal presents the historical development of the motion picture, and the social, techological and economic context in which this has occurred. Its area of interest range from the technical and entrepreneurial innovations of early and pre-cinema experimenters, through all aspects of production, distribution, exhibition and reception of commercial and non-commercial motion pictures. In addition to original research in these areas, the journal surveys the paper and film holdings of archives and libraries world-wide, publishes selected examples of primary documentation (such as early film scenarios) and reports on current publications, exhibitions, conferences and research in progress. Apply to John Libbey & Co. Ltd for subscription rates.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 178 x 254mm
- 31 Mar 1993
- John Libbey & Co
- John Libbey Cinema and Animation
- Eastleigh, Australia
Table of contents
Fritz Lang's trilogy - the rise and fall of a European social commentator, Nick Smedley; the invisible man behind, Caligari Uli Jung and Walter Schatzberg; Cecil B. DeMille writes America's history for the 1939 World Fair, Allen W. Palmer; Rin-Tin-Tin in Berlin or American cinema in Weimar, Jan-Christopher Horak; the erotic melodrama in Danish silent films 1910-1918, Marguerite Engberg; the roots of travel cinema - John L. Stoddard, E. Burton Holmes and the 19th century illustrated travel lecture, X. Theodore Barber; Witness to Hollywood - oral testimony and historical interpretation in Warren Beatty's "Reds", Leger Grindon; showmen and tycoons - J.J. Murdock and the International Projecting and Producing Company, Martin Sopocy; the missing reel - the untold story of the lost inventor of moving pictures, Alan Kattelle.