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ANIMATED FILMS. NETHERLANDS
Dutch art today--film
Amsterdam: Contact; commissioned by the Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences, [1958 or 9].
Call No: 71(492) BOO Author: Boost, Charles Place: Amsterdam Publisher: Contact; commissioned by the Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences PubDate: [1958 or 9] PhysDes: 100 p. illus. 19 cm Subject: NETHERLANDS LON: 1749512 More info
Dutch cinema : an illustrated history / by Peter Cowie
London South Brunswick [N.J.]: Tantivy Press A. S. Barnes, 1979.
Call No: 71(492) COW Author: Cowie, Peter Place: London South Brunswick [N.J.] Publisher: Tantivy Press A. S. Barnes PubDate: 1979 PhysDes: 154 p. : ill. ; 25 cm Subject: NETHERLANDS Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 0498024253 : ª6.00 ($12.00 U.S.) LON: 1451629 More info
The Dutch documentary tradition
[Netherlands]: [s.n.], 1999.
Dutch film / Fred Raadman (ed.)
The Hague: [n.s.],
Call No: F023(492) "year" NET CorpAuthor: Netherlands Government Infirmation Service Source: NE Place: The Hague Publisher: [n.s.] Subject: NETHERLANDS Notes: held 1969/73-89 [incomplete] ISBN: 9012005175 More info
Films from The Netherlands
Amsterdam: Nederlandse Bioscoopbond,
Call No: REFERENCE SECTION; 023(492) "year" FIL CorpAuthor: Nederlandse Bioscoopbond Place: Amsterdam Publisher: Nederlandse Bioscoopbond Subject: NETHERLANDS Notes: held 1944/55-73 [incomplete] More info
Hollywood in Europe : experiences of a cultural hegemony / edited by David W. Ellwood, Rob Kroes ; with contributions from Gian P. Brunetta ... [et al.]
Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1994.
Jean Desmet's dream factory : the adventurous years of film (1907-1916) / edited by Marante Bloemheuvel, Jaap Guldemond, Mark-Paul Meyer
Amsterdam, Netherlands: Eye Filmmuseum ; Rotterdam : nai010 publishers, c2014, c2014.
Call No: 81DES JEA Author: Bloemheuvel, Marante (ed.); Guldemond, Jaap (ed.); Meyer, Mark-Paul (ed.) Source: NE Place: Amsterdam, Netherlands Publisher: Eye Filmmuseum ; Rotterdam : nai010 publishers, c2014 PubDate: c2014 PhysDes: 192 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm Subject: HISTORY OF CINEMA; FILM; NETHERLANDS; HISTORY OF EXHIBITION; DESMET, JEAN Summary: "Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory: The Adventurous Years of Film (1907-1916) offers an inspiring picture of the early years of film. This new medium developed rapidly into a popular form of entertainment thanks to new technology, artistic ingenuity and creative entrepreneurship. The film industry could grow in part because of passionate businessmen like Jean Desmet (1875-1956), who rose from fairground showman to become one of the most important cinema exhibitors and film distributors in the Netherlands. This publication pays tribute to Jean Desmet the entrepreneur and pioneer, and especially to the films he screened. Films from the second decade of the last century surprise today’s audiences with their original imaginative power, uninhibited vision and inventive use of film techniques. The visual refinement of many of these films makes them both artistic and modern." -- BACK COVER BLURB Notes: Published on the occasion of the exhibition Jean Desmet's Dream Factory: the adventurous years of film (1907-1916) during 13 December 2014-12 April 2015 in Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.; Includes bibliographical references (page 190) ISBN: 9789462081741 Donation: Senses of Cinema Contents: -- in our sight , in our mind / Sandra den Hamer -- Jean Desmet's Dream Factory The Adventurous Years of Film (1907-1916) / Jaap Guldemond --
Jean Desmet in His Time / Sanne Baar -- A Treasure Trove of Adventure and Experimentation / Mark-Paul Meyer -- The Desmet Collection: A Perspective from Abroad / David Robinson -- The Wondrous Images of Silent Film / Mark-Paul Meyer -- `Femmes Fatales' and Film Divas: The Decadent Sense of Life / Peter Delpeut -- Terrifying, Modern and Artistic: The Film Posters in the Desmet Collection / Ivo Blom -- The Forgotten Modernism of Vitagraph / Peter Delpeut -- Jean Desmet and the Transition Years: From a Travelling Cinema to a Picture Palace / Rommy Albers and Leanne van Schijndel -- Jean Desmet's Time Capsule From Company Archive to Cultural Heritage / Elif Rongen-Kaynakci and Soeluh van den Berg -- Films and Posters in the Desmet Collection in the EYE Filmmuseum: Films, Posters, Cinemas -- More info
Netherlands film catalogue / National Film Collection
Canberra: National Library of Australia, [no date].
Call No: 027(492) NET CorpAuthor: National Film Collection Place: Canberra Publisher: National Library of Australia PubDate: [no date] PhysDes: 16 p. ; 24 cm Subject: NETHERLANDS; DISTRIBUTION. EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Donation: Donated by Peter Datson More info
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NETHERLANDS, THE : (NE, Bert Haanstra, 1983)
Roeland Kerbosch filmproduktie
Call No: REFERENCE SECTION; 023(492) CorpAuthor: Roeland Kerbosch filmproduktie Source: NE PubDate: [197?] PhysDes: 30 cm Subject: NETHERLANDS Notes: production catalogue More info
True variety : Funding the art of world cinema
Watching films : new perspectives on movie-going, exhibition and reception / Karina Aveyard / Albert Moran
Bristol, UK ; Chicago: Intellect, 2013.
Call No: 410.81 WAT Author: Aveyard, Karina (ed.); Moran, Albert (ed.) Source: UK Place: Bristol, UK ; Chicago Publisher: Intellect PubDate: 2013 PhysDes: 418 p. ; 23 cm Subject: THEORY; CINEMAS; CINEMAS. UK; NEWSREELS; AUDIENCE RECEPTION; AUDIENCES; AUDIENCES
THEORY; AUDIENCE RESEARCH; AUDIENCE RESEARCH. AUSTRALIA; AUDIENCE RESEARCH. UK; AUDIENCE RESEARCH. USA; AUDIENCE RECEPTION. NEW ZEALAND; AUDIENCE RECEPTION. AUSTRALIA; ITALY; NETHERLANDS; INDIA; BELGIUM; PORNOGRAPHY; INDEPENDENT FILMS Summary: With a focus on the social, economic, and cultural factors that influence how we watch and think about movies, this volume centres its investigations on four areas of inquiry: Who watches films? Under what circumstances? What consequences and effects follow? And what do these acts of consumption mean? Responding to these questions, the contributors provide both historical perspective and fresh insights into the ways in which new viewing arrangements and technologies influence how films are watched around the world. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9781841505114 Contents: Foreword : Richard Maltby -- Introduction : New perspectives on movie-going, exhibition and reception --; Part one: Theoretical perspectives -- Chapter one: Cinema, modernity and audiences: Revisiting and expanding the debate: Daniel Biltereyst -- Chapter two: What is a cinema? Death, closure and the database: Deb Verhoeven -- Chapter three: A poetics of film-audience reception? Barbara Deming goes to the movies: Albert Moran -- Chapter four: The porous boundaries of newsreel memory research: Louise Anderson -- Chapter five: Why are children the most important audience for pornography in Australia?: Alan McKee --; Part two: The film industry - systems and practices -- Chapter six: Local promotion of a 'Picture Personality': a case study of the vitagraph girl: Kathryn Fuller-Seeley -- Chapter seven: 'Calamity howling': the advent of television and Australian cinema exhibition: Mike Walsh -- Chapter eight: A nation of film-goers: audiences, exhibition and distribution in New Zealand: Geoff Lealand -- Chapter nine: The critical reception of 'Certified Copy': original art or copy of a rom-com?: Eylem Akatav; Part three: Moview theatres - from Picture Palace to the Multiplex -- Chapter ten: Movie-going in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia: A case study of place, transportation, audiences, racism, censorship and Sunday showings: Douglas Gomery -- Chapter eleven: From Mom-and-Pop to Paramount Publix: selling the community on the benefits of national theatre chains: Jeffrey Klenotic -- Chapter twelve: A progressive city and its cinemas: technology, modernity and the spectacle of abundance: Mark Jancovich and Lucy Faire with Sarah Stubbings -- Chapter thirteen: 'They don't need me in heaven...there are no cinemas there, ye know': cinema culture in Antwerp (Belgium) and the Empire of Georges Heylen, 1945-75: Kathleen Lotze and Philippe Meers -- Chapter fourteen: from out-of-town to the edge and back to the centre: multiplexes in Britain from the 1990s: Stuart Hanson --; Part four: on the margins -- Chapter fifteen: The place of rural exhibition: makeshift cinema-going and the Highlands and Islands Film Guild (Scotland): Ian Goode -- Chapter sixteen: 'A Popcorn-free zone': distinctions in independent film exhibition in Wellington, New Zealand: Ian Huffer -- Chapter seventeen: getting to see women's cinema: Julia Knight -- Chapter eighteen: Shifting fandoms of film, community and family: Tom Phillips --; Part five: Just watching movies? -- Chapter nineteen: watching popular films in the Netherlands, 1934-36: Clara Pafort-Overduin -- Chapter twenty: Contemporary Italian film-goers and their critics: Alan O'Leary and Catherine O'Rawe -- Chapter twenty one: Imagining a 'decent crowd' at the Indian multiplex: Adrian Mabbott Athique -- Chapter twenty two: The VHS generation and their movie experiences: Janna Jones -- More info