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Art of the Moving Picture

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ISBN-10: 0871402041

ISBN-13: 9780871402042

Edition: Reprint 

Authors: Vachel Lindsay, S. Kauffmann

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"In the field of film aesthetics, it is the first important American work, still important--The Art of the Moving Picture is astonishing." --Stanley Kauffmann Written in 1915, The Art of the Moving Picture by poet Vachel Lindsay is the first book to treat movies as art. Lindsay writes a brilliant analysis of the early silent films (including several now lost films). He is extraordinarily prescient about the future of moviemaking--particularly about the business, the prominence of technology, and the emergence of the director as the author of the film.
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Book details

List price: $31.95
Publisher: Liveright Publishing Corporation
Publication date: 3/17/1970
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1
Size: 5.30" wide x 8.30" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Introduction to Modern Library: The Movies
Introduction
A Word from the Director of the Denver Art Association
The General Photoplay Situation in America, January 1, 1922, Especially as Viewed from the Heights of the Civic Centre at Denver, Colorado, and the Denver Art Museum, Which Is to Be a Leading Feature of This Civic Centre
The Outline Which Has Been Accepted as the Basis of Photoplay Criticism in America, Both in the Studios of the Los Angeles Region, and All the Serious Criticism Which Has Appeared in the Daily Press and the Magazines
The Point of View
The Photoplay of Action
The Intimate Photoplay
The Motion Picture of Fairy Splendor
The Picture of Crowd Splendor
The Picture of Patriotic Splendor
The Picture of Religious Splendor
Sculpture-in-Motion
Painting-in-Motion
Furniture, Trappings, and Inventions in Motion
Architecture-in-Motion
Thirty Differences between the Photoplays and the Stage
Hieroglyphics
More Personal Speculations and Afterthoughts not Brought Forward so Dogmatically
The Orchestra, Conversation, and the Censorship
The Substitute for the Saloon
California and America
Progress and Endowment
Architects as Crusaders
On Coming Forth by Day
The Prophet-Wizard
The Acceptable Year of the Lord
Appendix
Index