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Growing Things: the Rural Patience of Robert Flaherty
As Robert Flaherty was making his first documentary with synchronous sound (MAN OF ARAN, released 1934), he discovered that he had never learned to cut smoothly between shots. He had become the most renowned maker of ...
The Virtues and Limitations of Cookbooks: A Review of Manuals (Hastings House, 1976) by Daniel Arijon and Dwight V. Swain
A review of Daniel Arijon's Grammar of the Film Language and Dwight V. Swain's Film Scripting: A Practical Manual (New York, New York: Hastings House, 1976).
Review of Yon Barna's Eisenstein (Indiana University Press, 1973), 287 pages
A review of Yon Barna's Eisenstein published under the title "Barna's Eisenstein" on pages 1, 4 and 5 of the University Film Study Center Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 5 (June, 1974) with a reply by EWC to a response to the ...
Review of Eric Barnouw's Documentary: a History of the Non-Fiction Film (Oxford University Press, New York, 1974), 332 pages
A review of Eric Barnouw's Documentary: a History of the Non-Fiction Film (Oxford University Press, New York, 1974), 332 pages, published under the title 'Barnouw on Documentary' on pages 1 and 7 of the University Film ...
Pudovkin's Precept, Part 2: 'This Method of Temporal Concentration'
In 1926, Vsevolod Pudovkin, a not-so-young Russian of thirty-two making his first movie of feature length, articulated within a brief manual for filmmakers how to solve the fundamental problem of film design by describing ...