The Influence of the Cinema on Children and Adolescents: An Annotated International Bibliography

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7. MISCELLANEOUS

(a) SPECIAL NUMBERS OF
GENERAL PERIODICALS

453.Les ciné-clubs de jeunes. [ "Cinema clubs for young people".] In: Enfance, Paris, 1957, p. 195-419, (special number).

Preface by Henri Wallon; articles by: Henri Agel and Jean Delmas ( "Hommage à Jean Michel"); Jean Michel ( "Les ciné-clubs de jeunes"; "Pour la création de ciné-clubs d'enfants"). Reports on the activity of cinema clubs. Article by Hélène Gratiot-Alphandery ( "Sur les réponses au questionnaire") . Interviews with: C. Autant-Lara - A. Bazin - G. Charensol - Christian Jaque - G. Cohen- Séat - L. Daquin - M. Delafond - J. Grémillon - H. Jeanson - Albert Lamorisse - R. Régent - G. Sadoul.Articles by: Etienne Souriau ( "Culture et cinéma"); Etienne Fuzellier ( "Possibilités d'un enseignement du cinéma"); André Beley ( "L'hygiène mentale au ciné-club de jeunes"); Bianka Zazzo ( "Une enquête sur le cinéma et la lecture chez les adolescents"). Appendices: Administrative information; Examples of model statutes for a cinema club for young people; addresses of the main groups of young people's cinema clubs .

454.Il cinema e i bambini.[ "The cinema and young children".] In: Bianco e Nero, Rome, III ( 8), August 1939.

An issue devoted to the results of an inquiry carried out among children at a Rome school. This number, which has an introductory note by Giuseppe Bottai and a foreword by Luigi Chiarini, contains the impressions of the children after the screening of the film "Scipio Africanus", presented in the form of school compositions.

455. (Il) Cinema e i giovani. "The cinema and young people".] In: Bianco e Nero, Rome, XVI ( 1-2), January-February 1955.

A collection of articles: "Justice for young people", by Giuseppe Sibilia; "Those who are not young and the cinema", by Sergio Frosall; "Why is middle‐ class youth in Italian films so featureless?" by Luciano Santitale; "The university at the crossroads", by Giancarlo Tesi.An issue devoted mainly to the portrayal of youth in films.

456.[Le]cinéma pour enfants. [ "Cinema for children".] In: Télé-Ciné, Paris, 8 ( 39), December 1953, 32 p. (special number).

This special number contains contributions by: (1) Macke, Claude - L'enfant a-t-il droit au cinema?[ "Is the child entitled to the cinema?"] (2) Salachas, Gilbert - Préhistoire du cinema pour enfant. [ "Prehistory of the cinema for children".] (3) Marroncle, G. - L'animation des séances de cinema pour enfants. [ "Directing cinema performances for children".] (4) Pialat, Henri - Problèmes économiques du cinema pour enfants. [ "Economic problems of the cinema for children".] (5) Calvet, Jean - Cinéma, moyen d'éducation. [ "The cinema as a means of education".] Anonymous : (6) Cinema pour enfants et perspectives d'avenir. [ "The cinema for children - the outlook for the future".] (7) Comment crier un ciné-club. [ "How to start a ciné-club".]

457.[Le]cinema pour la jeunesse. [ "Cinema for young people".] In: Pour l'enfance, Paris, ( 13-14), May-August 1956, p. 1-61.

This special issue contains a detailed report on the Journée Nationale du Cinema pour Enfants, organized at the Musée Pédagogique in Paris, on 18 March 1956, by the Mouvement national pour la defense de l'enfance.It includes articles on psychological and educational problems (dangers of bad films, juvenile delinquency, cartoon films), accounts of exchanges of views between the various committees, monographs and suggestions.

458./Le / cinema pour les jeunes en URSS. [ "Cinema for young people in the USSR".] In: Ciné-Jeunes, Paris, ( 12), 1957, p. 1-30.

Members of the " Comité français pour la jeunesse" took advantage of their visit to Moscow during the Sixth World Youth Festival, to ascertain the state of children's cinema in Russia.This publication contains the results of their inquiries concerning the place of the cinema in Soviet education, the types of films shown, the production of films, the organization of studios, cartoons and puppet films, the documentary series "Central Journal of the Pioneers", the distribution of films, young people's camera clubs and educational cinema. This panorama is completed by reproductions of scenes from an excellent Soviet film for children, "Cuk and Guek", and by some young people's opinions.

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