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Celebrating 1895 : the centenary of cinema

Author: John Fullerton; National Museum of Photography, Film, and Television (Great Britain); University of Derby.
Publisher: Sydney, NSW, Australia : John Libbey & Company, 1998.
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Genre/Form: History
Congresses
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Celebrating 1895.
London : J. Libbey, c1998
(OCoLC)607119736
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Fullerton; National Museum of Photography, Film, and Television (Great Britain); University of Derby.
ISBN: 1864620153 9781864620153
OCLC Number: 41308713
Notes: Contains papers presented at a conference held at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, in June 1995 sponsored by the museum and the University of Derby.
Description: xvi, 288 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Inscribing a new technology: The cinematography collection of the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television / Michael Harvey. --
Kazimierz Proszynski and the origins of Polish cinematography / Marek Hendrykowski. --
'Cinema wasn't invented, it growed': technological film historiography before 1913 / Simon Popple. --
Double think: the cinema and magic lantern culture / Deac Rossell. --
Early film theory in Poland: the work of Karol Irzykowski / Elzbieta Ostrowska. Part 2: Exhibition and audiences: Guarding the borders in early cinema: the shifting ground of French-American relations / Richard Abel. --
Women bioscope proprietors --
before the First World War / Vanessa Toulmin. --
Swedish 'quality' film: the production output of Orientaliska Teatern, 1911-1912 / Mats Björkin. --
The emergence of an alternative film culture: film and the British Consumer Co-operative Movement before 1920 / Alan Burton. --
Corruption, criminality and the nickelodeon / William Uricchio and Roberta E. Pearson. --
'At the picture palace': the British cinema audience, 1895-1920 / Nicholas Hiley. Part 3: Popular culture: The depiction of Hispanics and other races and ethnicities in United States film, 1895-1920 / Gary D. Keller and Estela Keller. --
Bad boy: notes on a popular figure in American cinema, culture and society, 1895-1905 / Peter Krämer. --
Translating the Tom Show: the legacy of a popular tradition in Edwin S. Porter's 1903 film of Uncle Tom's Cabin / Stephen Johnson. --
Saturday night at the x-rays --
the moving picture and 'The new photography' in Britain, 1896 / Richard Crangle. --
Stunt-stories: the sensation film genre in Denmark / Casper Tybjerg. Part 4: Cultural representation: The nationalism of the mass spectator in early German film / Karen J. Kenkel. --
Character as economics: Fordism, the consuming housewife, and The Cheat / Constance Balides. --
'She's just like my granny! Where's her crown?' Monarchs and movies, 1896-1916 / Stephen Bottomore. --
Heritage discourses and British cinema before 1920 / Andrew Higson. --
'Animated geography': early cinema at the American Museum of Natural History / Alison Griffiths. --
James Williamson's 'composed picture': Attack on a Chinese Mission --
Bluejackets to the Rescue (1900) / Frank Gray. --
The 'Philopene' through gringo eyes: the colonisation of the Philippines in early American cinema and other entertainment forms, 1898-1904 / Clodualdo del Mundo, Jr. Part 5: Reconsidering formal histories: Narrative structure in early classical cinema / Kristin Thompson. --
Magnified discourse: screenplays and censorship on Swedish cinema of the 1910s / Jan Olsson. --
Pictorial styles of film acting in Europe in the 1910s / Ben Brewster and Lea Jacobs. --
Early German cinema: a case for 'case studies' or for 'recasting it all'? / Thomas Elsaesser.
Other Titles: Centenary of cinema
Responsibility: edited by John Fullerton.
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