Before Video: A History of the Non-Theatrical Film

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Wright, George D., 11
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Yates, Stanley, 129
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About the Author

ANTHONY SLIDE has held executive positions with both the American Film Institute and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is the author or editor of more than forty books on the history of popular entertainment, including Sourcebook for the Performing Arts (with Patricia King and Stephen L. Hanson, Greenwood, 1988), The International Film Industry ( Greenwood, 1989), and The Television Industry ( Greenwood, 1991). Slide has also been active in the 16mm field. He has directed three short documentaries on Hollywood film personalities and in 1991 completed a feature length documentary, The Silent Feminists: America's First Women Directors. Just as Before Video is a pioneering, first history of the non-theatrical film, Slide has also authored first-time histories of Early American Cinema, Early Women Directors, and The Cinema and Ireland.

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