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100 1  Dulac, Nicolas 
245 12 A Companion to Early Cinema 
250    1st ed 
264  1 New York :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (647 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- A Companion to Early Cinema -- Contents -- List 
       of Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part
       I Early Cinema Cultures -- 1 The Culture Broth and the 
       Froth of Cultures of So-called Early Cinema -- 2 Toward a 
       History of Peep Practice -- 3 "We are Here and Not Here": 
       Late Nineteenth-Century Stage Magic and the Roots of 
       Cinema in the Appearance (and Disappearance) of the 
       Virtual Image -- 4 The Féerie between Stage and Screen -- 
       5 The Théâtrophone, an Anachronistic Hybrid Experiment or 
       One of the First Immobile Traveler Devices? -- 6 The 
       "Silent" Arts: Modern Pantomime and the Making of an Art 
       Cinema in Belle Époque Paris: The Case of Georges Wague 
       and Germaine Dulac -- Part II Early Cinema Discourses -- 7
       First Discourses on Film and the Construction of a 
       "Cinematic Episteme" -- 8 The Discourses of Art in Early 
       Film, or, Why Not Rancière? -- 9 Sensationalism and Early 
       Cinema -- 10 From Craft to Industry: Series and Serial 
       Production Discourses and Practices in France -- 11 Early 
       American Film Publications: Film Consciousness, Self 
       Consciousness -- 12 Early Cinema and Film Theory -- Part 
       III Early Cinema Forms -- 13 A Bunch of Violets -- 14 
       Modernity Stops at Nothing: The American Chase Film and 
       the Specter of Lynching -- 15 "The Knowledge Which Comes 
       in Pictures": Educational Films and Early Cinema Audiences
       -- 16 Motion Picture Color and Pathé-Frères: The Aesthetic
       Consequences of Industrialization -- Part IV Early Cinema 
       Presentations -- 17 The European Fairground Cinema: 
       (Re)defining and (Re)contextualizing the "Cinema of 
       Attractions" -- 18 Early Film Programs: An Overture, Five 
       Acts, and an Interlude -- 19 "Half Real-Half Reel": 
       Alternation Format Stage-and-Screen Hybrids -- 20 Advance 
       Newspaper Publicity for the Vitascope and the Mass Address
       of Cinema's Reading Public 
505 8  21 Storefront Theater Advertising and the Evolution of the
       American Film Poster -- 22 Bound by Cinematic Chains: Film
       and Prisons during the Early Era -- Part V Early Cinema 
       Identities -- 23 Anonymity: Uncredited and Unknown in 
       Early Cinema -- 24 The Invention of Cinematic Celebrity in
       the United Kingdom -- 25 The Film Lecturer -- 26 Richard 
       Hoffman: A Collector's Archive -- Part VI Early Cinema 
       Recollections -- 27 Early Films in the Age of Content -- 
       or, "Cinema of Attractions" Pursued by Digital Means -- 28
       Multiple Originals: The (Digital) Restoration and 
       Exhibition of Early Films -- 29 Pointing Forward, Looking 
       Back: Reflexivity and Deixis in Early Cinema and 
       Contemporary Installations -- 30 Is Nothing New? Turn-of-
       the-Century Epistemes in Film History -- Index 
520    An authoritative and much-needed overview of the main 
       issues in the field of early cinema from over 30 leading 
       international scholars in the field First collection of 
       its kind to offer in one reference: original theory, new 
       research, and reviews of existing studies in the field 
       Features over 30 original essays from some of the leading 
       scholars in early cinema and Film Studies, including Tom 
       Gunning, Jane Gaines, Richard Abel, Thomas Elsaesser, and 
       André Gaudreault Caters to renewed interest in film 
       studies' historical methods, with strict analysis of 
       multiple and competing sources, providing a critical re-
       contextualization of films, printed material and 
       technologies Covers a range of topics in early cinema, 
       such as exhibition, promotion, industry, pre-cinema, and 
       film criticism Broaches the latest research on the subject
       of archival practices, important particularly in the 
       current digital context 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Motion pictures -- History.;Silent films -- History and 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Hidalgo, Santiago 
700 1  Gaudreault, André 
700 1  Gaudreault, André 
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