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The art of the moving picture

Author: Vachel Lindsay; Stanley Kauffmann
Publisher: New York : Liveright, 1970.
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Includes information on Avenging Conscience, Edward Bellamy, Sandro Botticelli, David Wark (D.W.) Griffith (The Battle, The Birth of a Nation), Henrik Ibsen, Judith of Bethulia, Edgar Allen Poe, Tintoretto, Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, etc.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lindsay, Vachel, 1879-1931.
Art of the moving picture .
New York, Liveright [1970]
(OCoLC)574281695
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vachel Lindsay; Stanley Kauffmann
ISBN: 0871400049 9780871400048 0871405083 9780871405081
OCLC Number: 72952
Notes: Reprint of the 1922 ed., with a new introduction by S. Kauffmann.
Includes index.
Description: xxv, 324 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The general photoplay situation in America, January 1, 1922, especially as viewed from the heights of the Civic Centre at Denver, Colorado, and the Denver Art Museum, which is to be a leading feature of this Civic Centre --
The outline which has been accepted as the basis of photoplay criticism in America, both in the studios of the Los Angeles region, and all the serious criticism which has appeared in the daily press and the magazines --
The point of view --
The photoplay of action --
The intimate photoplay --
The motion picture of fairy splendor --
The picture of crowd splendor --
The picture of patriotic splendor --
The picture of religious splendor --
Sculpture-in-motion --
Painting-in-motion --
Furniture, trappings, and inventions in motion --
Architecture-in-motion --
Thirty differences between the photoplays and the stage --
Hieroglyphics --
More personal speculations and afterthoughts not brought forward so dogmatically --
The orchestra, conversation and the censorship --
The substitute for the saloon --
California and America --
Progress and endowment --
Architects as crusaders --
On coming forth by day --
The prophet wizard --
The acceptable year of the lord.
Responsibility: by Vachel Lindsay ; introduction by Stanley Kauffmann.

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Includes information on Avenging Conscience, Edward Bellamy, Sandro Botticelli, David Wark (D.W.) Griffith (The Battle, The Birth of a Nation), Henrik Ibsen, Judith of Bethulia, Edgar Allen Poe, Tintoretto, Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, etc.

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