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Mapping movie magazines : digitization, periodicals and cinema history

Author: Lies Van de Vijver; Daniël Biltereyst
Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.
Series: Global cinema.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Periodicals
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Van de Vijver, Lies.
Mapping Movie Magazines : Digitization, Periodicals and Cinema History.
Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, ©2020
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lies Van de Vijver; Daniël Biltereyst
ISBN: 9783030332778 3030332772
OCLC Number: 1148882383
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 342 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction: Movie Magazines, Digitization and New Cinema History / Daniel Biltereyst and Lies Van de Vijver --
Magazines, Digitization and Cinema Historiography --
Magazines, the Film Industry and the Cultural Economy --
Authors, Stars and Fans --
Part I: Magazines, Digitization and Cinema Historiography --
Chapter 2: Variety's Transformations: Digitizing and Analyzing the First 35 Years of the Canonical Trade Paper / Eric Hoyt, Derek Long, Tony Tran, and Kit Hughes --
The Digitization Process: Post-Production Labor as Philology --
Computational Analysis: Using Scaled Entity Search --
Distant Reading with Quantitative Content Analysis --
Synthesizing Methods and Understanding Variety's Shifts Toward Film and Radio --
Conclusion --
Chapter 3: Who Knew? Using Digital Trade Papers to Explore Ethnic Programming in American Picture Palaces / Judith Thissen and Paula Eisenstein Baker --
A New Jewish Patronage --
Before Broadway --
Broadway Discovers the Jewish Passover Crowds --
Vaudeville Stars and Sacred Songs for the High Holidays --
Competition for the High Holiday Public --
Methodological Reflection: The Needle and the Haystack --
Chapter 4: Periodical Studies, Intermediality, and Cinema: Film in The Listener / Birgit Van Puymbroeck --
Intermedial Periodical Studies --
The Listener --
Film Criticism in The Listener --
Conclusion. Part II: Magazines, the Film Industry and the Cultural Economy --
Chapter 5: Gross "Inaccuracies, Misrepresentations, and Exaggerations": The Motion Picture Industry's Clean-up of Movie Fan Magazines in 1934 / Mary Desjardins --
The Association of Motion Picture Producers, Studio Publicity Directors and Fan Magazines in the 1930s --
Hollywood Discourses: Mainstream Journalism vs. Fan Magazines --
"Inaccuracies, Misrepresentations, and Exaggerations": Fan Magazines in 1933-1934 --
Conclusion --
Chapter 6: "The Great and Important Thing in Her Life": Depicting Female Labor and Ambition in 1920s and 1930s US Movie Magazines / Kathleen A. Feeley --
"Boadiceas of Big Business": The Hollywood Women's Press Club and Female Wage Labor --
"Her Consuming Ambition and Burning Desire": Joan Crawford and Gender Identity in the Movie Magazines --
Chapter 7: "The Girl Friend in Canada": Ray Lewis and Canadian Moving Picture Digest (1915-1957) / Jessica L. Whitehead, Louis Pelletier, and Paul S. Moore --
Women Editors of Movie Magazines --
Ray Lewis: Genesis of a Character --
Canadian Moving Picture Digest --
The White Commission --
Ray Lewis Versus the World --
Tireless Advocate for a Domestic Industry --
Industry Honors Lewis as Pioneer --
Chapter 8: Drumming up Readers: Zonk! African People's Pictorial and Films for African Audiences in South Africa in 1949 and the Early 1950s / Jacqueline Maingard --
Access, Archives and Cinema History in the "Global South" --
Zonk! African People's Pictorial and African Jim --
The Magazine, and the Film Zonk! --
Zonk! African People's Pictorial and The Magic Garden (1951) --
"Two Famous Films" --
African Film Production's Film Song of Africa (1951) --
Drum Arrives on the Scene --
Conclusions --
Chapter 9: Mapping the Dutch Film Magazine Market, 1920-1960 / Thunnis van Oort --
Pre-War Era: Westerbaan as a Key Figure --
The Cinephile Niche --
Movie Magazines During Occupation --
After the War: A Challenging Market --
Conclusions. Part III: Authors, Stars, and Fans --
Chapter 10: Looking at Movie Fans: On Pictures Published in French Film Magazines of the Interwar Years / Myriam Juan --
Dreaming of Being a Star: Pictures Sent in a ‘Search for a Star’ Contest --
Being a Member of a Cinephilic Society: Pictures in the Mail Section of Pour Vous --
Pictures of Stars Side by Side with Spectators: The Movie Family Gathered --
Conclusion: They Had Faces Too --
Chapter 11: Between Hollywood and Babelsberg: Popular Cinephilia in a Dutch Movie Magazine of the 1920s / André van der Velden --
Running a Movie Magazine in an Underdeveloped Market --
Modes of Interactive Fandom --
Engaging Dutch Movie Fans --
“Do You Want to Go to Berlin?” --
The Dutch Clara Bow --
Chapter 12: Hollywood Imaginaries at the End of the World: Ecran and the Construction of the International Industry from the Periphery / María Paz Peirano --
Chilean Film Magazines --
Ecran Magazine --
Ecran as a Mediator Between Hollywood and Chile --
Hollywood Between Modernity and Mistrust --
Ecran and Hollywood es así (1944) --
Conclusion --
Chapter 13: “How’s Your Sense of Direction?” Using Movie Magazines to Study Audiences’ Perception of Classical Hollywood Directors, 1934– 1943 / Dominic Topp --
“Pantheon Directors” --
“The Far Side of Paradise” --
Other Directors --
Conclusion --
Chapter 14: “Coming Attractions”: Tijuana Bibles and the Pornographic Reimagining of Hollywood / Ellen Wright and Phyll Smith --
Histories of the Tijuana Bible --
Tijuana Bibles as Bridging Episode --
Tijuana Bibles as an Object and Generic Category --
Tijuana Bibles Go to Hollywood --
Tijuana Bibles and Moral Panic --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Global cinema.
Responsibility: Daniël Biltereyst, Lies Van de Vijver, editors.

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