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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Footnotes to the film.
London, Lovat Dickson Ltd., 1938
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|Notes:||"Distributed only to members of Readers' Union."|
|Description:||xii, 334 pages frontispiece, illustrations, plates 20 cm|
|Contents:||Direction, by A. Hitchcock.--Film acting, by R. Donat.--Handling the camera, by B. Wright.--Subjects and stories, by G. Greene.--Comedies and cartoons, by A. Cavalcanti.--Settings, costumes, backgrounds, by J. Betjeman.--Music on the screen, by M. Jaubert.--The colour film, by P. Nash.--The course of realism, by J. Grierson.--British films: to-day and to-morrow, by A. Korda.--The future of screen and stage, by B. Dean.--Hollywood and Britain--three thousand miles apart, by M. Kann.--Why I go to the cinema, by E. Bowen.--Walk up! Walk up! Please, by S.L. Bernstein.--The critic in film history, by A. Cooke.--Censorship and film societies, by F. Hardy.--Are films worthwhile? By C. Davy.--Postscript: the film marches on, by C. Davy.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Charles Davy.|