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FILM AND REALITY / Mogg, Ken and Gillies, Max.
JOURNAL TITLE: Montage
VOL. 2 ISSUE NO. 1 PAGE NO(S): 3-4.
ISSUE DATE:
March 1963

ID
40650
RECORD TYPE: Journal article
SUBJECT:
1. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. 2. REALISM IN FILMS. 3. LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS. 4. FLAHERTY, ROBERT. 5. NANOOK OF THE NORTH (US, Robert Flaherty, 1922). 6. Grierson, John.
SUMMARY:
An accompanying article for the screening of the compilation film “Film and Reality” (Britain, 1942) produced by the National Film Library.
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LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS
ID
2584
RECORD TYPE
Clippings file
SUBJECT:
1. LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS.
CALL NO:
PERSONALITY MICROFILM COLLECTION
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CINEMA FUTURES : Cain, Abel or cable?: the screen arts in the digital age / Elsaesser, Thomas; Hoffmann, Kay. — Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
, 1998.
ID
36045
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
312 p. : illus. bibliog. index
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. LUMIERE, LOUIS. 2. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. 3. VIRTUAL REALITY. 4. DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY. 5. TELEVISION AND THE CINEMA. 6. MULTIMEDIA.
ISBN:
9053563121
CALL NO:
401″313″ CIN

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A CENTURY OF CINEMA : Australian and French connections / Warren, Jane; Kirsop, Wallace; Nettelbeck, Colin W. – Parkville, Vic. University of Melbourne, Department of French and Italian Studies in association with the ‘Australian journal of French studies’, and Institute for the Study of French-Australian Relations, 1996.
ID
269
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
117 p., [20] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 25 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. CENTENARY OF CINEMA. AUSTRALIA. 2. CENTENARY OF CINEMA. FRANCE. 3. MELODRAMA. 4. FRANCE. 5. AUSTRALIA. 6. NOUVELLE VAGUE. 7. CAHIERS DU CINEMA. 8. PARTIE D’ECARTE (FR, Louis Lumiere, 1895). 9. REGLE DU JEU, LA (FR, Jean Renoir, 1939). 10. SPENCER, WALTER BALDWIN. 11. DEPARDIEU, GERARD. 12. LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS.
NOTES:
“The various essays in this volume were originally presented as papers at a University of Melbourne conference entitled ‘A century of cinema : Australian and French connections. The conference was held in 1995 …” –Introduction. Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:
0732513561
CALL NO:
408.3(94) AUS

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FILM AND REALITY : an historical survey / Armes, Roy. — Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1974.
ID
42743
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
254 p. ; 18 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. MODERNISM AND THE CINEMA. 2. REALISM IN FILMS. 3. DOCUMENTARIES. 4. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. 5. CINEMA VERITE. 6. NEOREALISM. 7. EXPRESSIONISM. 8. SURREALISM AND THE CINEMA. 9. UNDERGROUND FILMS. 10. ANIMATION. 11. HISTORY OF CINEMA. SILENT PERIOD. 12. STUDIO SYSTEM. 13. NARRATIVE IN FILMS. 14. STARS. 15. AUTHORSHIP. 16. WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS. 17. WESTERNS. 18. LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS. 19. MELIES, GEORGES. 20. FLAHERTY, ROBERT. 21. VERTOV, DZIGA. 22. VON STROHEIM, ERICH. 23. RENOIR, JEAN. 24. ROSSELLINI, ROBERTO. 25. EDISON, THOMAS ALVA. 26. GRIFFITH, DAVID WARK. 27. HITCHCOCK, ALFRED. 28. BUNUEL, LUIS. 29. RESNAIS, ALAIN. 30. GODARD, JEAN-LUC. 31. ANGER, KENNETH. 32. LOACH, KENNETH. 33. CHAPLIN, CHARLES.
SUMMARY:
Explores the history of cinema by looking at three broad areas – Film Realism, Film Illusion, and Film Modernism, and describes within these areas the most important film-makers, directors and companies within the film industry.
NOTES:
contains index. contains bibliography with descriptions and recommendations for the books sourced.
ISBN:
0140217010
CALL NO:
62 ARM

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ON THE HISTORY OF FILM STYLE / Bordwell, David. — Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, 1997.
ID
2272
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
x, 322 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. THEORY. 2. EDITING. 3. CAHIERS DU CINEMA. 4. HOLLYWOOD. 5. LENSES. 6. MODERNISM AND THE CINEMA. 7. MONTAGE. 8. REALISM IN FILMS. 9. WIDE-SCREEN SYSTEMS. 10. BAZIN, ANDRE. 11. BURCH, NOEL. 12. ASTRUC, ALEXANDRE. 13. BARDECHE, MAURICE. 14. BENJAMIN, WALTER. 15. BRASILLACH, ROBERT. 16. COMOLLI, JEAN-LOUIS. 17. GUNNING, TOM. 18. KULESOV, LEV. 19. LEENHARDT, ROGER. 20. LUMIERE, LOUIS. 21. WYLER, WILLIAM. 22. MELIES, GEORGES. 23. TOLAND, GREGG. 24. WELLES, ORSON. 25. CITIZEN KANE (US, Orson Welles, 1941)
NOTES:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
0674634284 (cloth : alk. paper) 0674634292 (pbk. : alk. paper)
CALL NO:
62 BOR

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“IMAGE” ON THE ART AND EVOLUTION OF THE FILM : photographs and articles from the magazine of the International Museum of Photography / Deutelbaum, Marshall. / International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House; Image (Rochester, N.Y.) — New York: Dover Publications, 1979.
ID
23823
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
viii, 248 p. : ill. ; 29 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. PRE-CINEMA HISTORY. 2. PROJECTION. 3. EDISON, THOMAS ALVA. 4. LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS. 5. HISTORY OF CINEMA. SILENT PERIOD. 6. DENMARK. 7. STILLS. 8. NIELSEN, ASTA. 9. EDISON, THOMAS ALVA. 10. SWEET, BLANCHE. 11. KEYSTONE. 12. LUBITSCH, ERNST. 13. DEMILLE, CECIL B.. 14. PICKFORD, MARY. 15. BROOKS, LOUISE. 16. PABST, GEORG WILHELM. 17. TITLING. 18. RIEFENSTAHL, LENI. 19. Keaton, Buster. 20. LLOYD, HAROLD. 21. HOWE, W.J.. 22. MOHR, HAL. 23. TERRY, ALICE. 24. NOVARRO, RAMON. 25. ANDERSON, BRONCHO BILLY. 26. MIX, TOM. 27. HART, WILLIAM S.. 28. MUYBRIDGE, EADWEARD. 29. INCE, THOMAS HARPER. 30. LONEDALE OPERATOR, THE (US, David Wark Griffith, 1911). 31. WHITE ROSE, THE (US, David Wark Griffith, 1923). 32. PAINTED LADY, THE (US, David Wark Griffith, 1912). 33. CHAMBER MYSTERY, THE (US, Abraham S. Schomer, 1920). 34. SMOULDERING FIRES (US, Clarence Brown, 1925). 35. BLAUE LICHT, DAS (G, Leni Riefenstahl, 1932). 36. BUCHSE DER PANDORA, DIE (G, Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1929). 37. GREED (US, Erich von Stroheim, 1925). 38. CROWD, THE (US, King Vidor, 1928)
NOTES:
“Consists substantially of articles originally published in Image between 1952 and 1977.”. Includes index.
ISBN:
048623777X : $8.95
CALL NO:
70″01″ IMA

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REDISCOVERING FRENCH FILM / Bandy, Mary Lea. / Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) — New York Boston: Museum of Modern Art Distributed by New York Graphic Society Books, Little, Brown, c1983.
ID
24125
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
220 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. FRANCE. 2. FRANCE. 1927-1932. 3. CLAIR, RENE. 4. PAGNOL, MARCEL. 5. GREMILLON, JEAN. 6. GABIN, JEAN. 7. COCTEAU, JEAN. 8. RENOIR, JEAN. 9. RESNAIS, ALAIN. 10. LUMIERE, LOUIS. 11. MELIES, GEORGES. 12. FEUILLADE, LOUIS. 13. GANCE, ABEL. 14. FEYDER, JACQUES. 15. BRESSON, ROBERT. 16. BECKER, JACQUES. 17. MELVILLE, JEAN-PIERRE. 18. CARNE, MARCEL. 19. JAUBERT, MAURICE. 20. GUITRY, SACHA. 21. ARLETTY. 22. LUMIERE D’ETE (FR, Jean Gremillon, 1942). 23. DOUCE (FR, Claude Autant-Lara, 1943)
NOTES:
Published in conjunction with an exhibition organized by the Museum, and others. Includes index. Filmography: p. 167-193. Bibliography: p. 195-210.
ISBN:
0870703358 (pbk.)
CALL NO:
71(44) RED

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DOCUMENTARY : a history of the non-fiction film / Barnouw, Erik, 1908. — New York: Oxford University Press, 1974.
ID
5103
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
vi, 332 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. 2. FASCISM AND THE CINEMA. 3. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. JAPAN. 4. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. UK. 5. OLYMPICS IN FILMS. 6. ART AND THE CINEMA. 7. ARCHIVES & INSTITUTES, FILM. 8. NUCLEAR ISSUES IN FILMS. 9. COMPILATION FILMS. 10. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. US. 11. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. USSR. 12. VIETNAM WAR IN FILMS. 13. CINEMA-DIRECT. 14. CINEMA VERITE. 15. NAZIS IN FILMS. 16. NEWSREELS. 17. POETRY AND THE CINEMA. 18. DOCUMENTARY FILMS. FRANCE. 19. PARAMOUNT STUDIOS. 20. WORLD WAR II FILMS. 21. SHELL FILM UNIT [AUSTRALIA]. 22. EMPIRE MARKETING BOARD. 23. GPO FILM UNIT. 24. BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION. 25. COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 26. REISZ, KAREL. 27. RIEFENSTAHL, LENI. 28. ROUCH, JEAN. 29. RUTTMAN, WALTER. 30. FLAHERTY, ROBERT. 31. CAPRA, FRANK. 32. GRIERSON, JOHN. 33. IVENS, JORIS. 34. JENNINGS, HUMPHREY. 35. KAUFMAN, MIKHAIL. 36. LEACOCK, RICHARD. 37. LORENTZ, PARE. 38. MAYSLES, ALBERT & DAVID. 39. MURROW, EDWARD R.. 40. LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS. 41. VERTOV, DZIGA. 42. WRIGHT, BASIL. 43. SUCKSDORFF, ARNE. 44. MOANA (US, Robert Flaherty, 1926). 45. CELOVEK S KINOAPPARATOM (UR, Dziga Vertov, 1929). 46. BACK OF BEYOND, THE (AT, John Heyer, 1953). 47. AMERICAN DREAM (US, Barbara Kopple, 1990). 48. NANOOK OF THE NORTH (US, Robert Flaherty, 1922). 49. NIGHT MAIL (UK, Basil Wright & Harry Watt, 1936). 50. PLOW THAT BROKE THE PLAINS, THE (US, Pare Lorentz, 1936). 51. SALESMAN (US, David Maysles & Albert Maysles & Charlotte Zwerin, 1969). 52. SONG OF CEYLON, THE (UK, Basil Wright, 1934). 53. TRIUMPH DES WILLENS (G, Leni Riefenstahl, 1935). 54. WHY WE FIGHT SERIES (US, 1942-44)
SUMMARY:
Barnouw traces the documentary from its beginning at the dawn of film history – the work of the Lumiere brothers – to the remarkable group of films that have portrayed the Vietnam war. Films are placed within their broader social perspective, and Barnouw traces filmmaking developments in a single country to global uptake. Particular emphasis is placed on the influence of governments and large corporations on the content of films. The book covers television documentary, direct cinema, cinema verite as well as film-makers dealing with exploration, animals, aspects of war, human behaviour, social problems and propaganda. Such diverse film-makers as Flaherty, Vertov, Grierson, Ivens, Lorentz, Jennings, Sucksdorff, Rouch, Leacock, and the Maysles are included.
NOTES:
Includes index. Bibliography: p. [297]-311.
ISBN:
0195018354 : $10.95
CALL NO:
761 BAR

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PROJECTIONS 4 : film-makers on film-making / Boorman, John, 1933. – London: Faber and Faber, 1995.
ID
2214
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
xi, 333 p. : ill., ports; 24 cm
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. WARD, VINCENT. 2. TOLKIN, MICHAEL. 3. SCORSESE, MARTIN. 4. TOBACK, JAMES. 5. PENN, ARTHUR. 6. MALLE, LOUIS. 7. MOORE, JULIEANNE. 8. MURCH, WALTER. 9. POTTER, SALLY. 10. Fellini, Federico. 11. ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 12. FORD, JOHN. 13. LUMIERE, LOUIS. 14. BROWNLOW, KEVIN. 15. BURNS, KEN. 16. HOWARD, SYDNEY. 17. GREGORY, ANDRE. 18. BERNER, FRED. 19. SHAWN, WALLACE. 20. PINE, LARRY. 21. FOWLIE, EDDIE. 22. SEALE, JOHN. 23. KELLY, GENE. 24. DENNIS, SANDY. 25. MORTENSEN, VIGGO. 26. QUIET MAN, THE (US, John Ford, 1952)
ISBN:
0571173632
CALL NO:
802 PRO V.4

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FILM MAKERS ON FILM MAKING : Statements on their art by thirty directors — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967.
ID
41484
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
18 cm; 303 p.
RECORD TYPE
Book
SUBJECT:
1. AUTHORSHIP. 2. LUMIERE, LOUIS. 3. PORTER, EDWIN S.. 4. SENNETT, MACK. 5. GRIFFITH, DAVID WARK. 6. FLAHERTY, ROBERT. 7. CHAPLIN, CHARLES. 8. VON STROHEIM, ERICH. 9. VERTOV, DZIGA. 10. DREYER, CARL TH.. 11. HITCHCOCK, ALFRED. 12. RICHARDSON, TONY. 13. COCTEAU, JEAN. 14. RESNAIS, ALAIN. 15. ROBBE-GRILLET, ALAIN. 16. BUNUEL, LUIS. 17. BERGMAN, INGMAR. 18. Fellini, Federico. 19. VON STERNBERG, JOSEF. 20. ANTONIONI, MICHELANGELO. 21. LANG, FRITZ. 22. WAJDA, ANDRZEJ. 23. WELLES, ORSON. 24. Ray, Satyajit. 25. KUROSAWA, AKIRA. 26. ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 27. Lean, David. 28. RENOIR, JEAN. 29. BARDEM, JUAN ANTONIO. 30. ANGER, KENNETH.
SUMMARY:
Does the making of films – a group activity – permit anything that can be called self-expression? Can a director, as the conductor of an orchestra of writers, actors, cameramen and technicians, stamp his personal vision on the films he makes? This and related questions are raised by this collection of statements made by famous directors about their art. Harry Geguld’s anthology of “patristic writings” runs from the days (in 1895) when Louis Lumiere filmed a train entering a station, by way of Charlie Chaplin’s knockabout ad-libbing, to the sophisticated ruminations of Antonioni and Bergman and the ideas behind the nouvelle vague. Here is D.W. Griffith’s scouting the very idea of talking pictures; Mack Sennett on custard pies; Eisenstein on three-dimensional film; Cocteau on the raw materials of illusion; Kurosawa on filming in Japan; Hitchcock on the macabre; and some other twenty leading directors on aspects of their work. In his introduction, Harry Geguld assesses the unique characteristics of motion pictures and comments refreshingly on the eternal controversy of “book into film”. [Taken from back cover.]
CALL NO:
802.25 FIL

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