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List of Picture Sources

Unless otherwise stated, all photographic material in the book was obtained from the British Film Institute. While every effort has been made to secure permissions, we may have failed in a few cases to trace the copyright holder. We apologize for any apparent negligence. The editor and publisher would like to thank Vicki Reeve and Diana Morris for their assistance in permissions clearance of the illustrations throughout this book, and the following companies and individuals who have kindly given permission to reproduce the illustrations on the following pages:

26 © Danish Film Museum. 30 © Museum of Modern Art, New York. 34 Photo: Kobal Collection. 40 Photo: Kobal Collection. 44 © Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 49 © 1930 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 54 © 1919 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 64 © 1927 Twentieth Century Fox. 69 © 1925 Twentieth Century Fox. 72 © 1996 DACS, London. 75 © Felix the Cat Productions Inc.76 © 1928, Saturn Film. 83 © Pathé Television. 84 © Chaplin Films. 91 © Fox/Europa. 92 © Mosfilm. 97 © 1996 DACS, London. 99 © Pathé Television. 102 © Palladium, Denmark. 120(bottom) © Pathé Television. 133 © By courtesy of the Rank Organisation Plc. 138 © Rohauer Pendemis. 140 © Still courtesy of CTE and the Samuel Goldwyn Co.142 © Friedrich- Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung. 146 © Friedrich- Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung. 148 © Friedrich- Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung, MGM Costume Dept. 152 © Svensk Filmindustri. 155 © Svensk Filmindustri. 156 © Svensk Filmindustri. 168 © 1944 Mosfilm. 169 © 1937 Mosfilm. 173 © 1929 Sovkino. 176 © 1936, Greenfilm. 190 © 1928 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 200 © 1927 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 206 © 1939 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 208 © 1927 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 212(top and bottom) © BIP. 215 © 1952 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 216 © 1928 Paramount Pictures. 222 © 1938Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 224-5 © 1943 Warner Brothers. 228 © 1944 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 231 © 1949 Excelsa Film/Renzo Rossolini. 232 © Still courtesy of CTE and the Samuel Goldwyn Co.240 © 1932 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 244 © 1933 Universal Elekta Film. 246 © 1934 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 251 © By courtesy of The Rank Organisation Plc. 254 © 1938 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 256 © Range/Bettmann[ UPI. 262 © 1941 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 264 © 1953 Twentieth Century Fox. 269 © 1944 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 271 © 1949 Warner Brothers. 278 © 1944 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 281 © 1946 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 282 © 1940 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 284 © 1944 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 287 © 1923 Paramount. 288 © 1946 Twentieth Century Fox. 290 © 1949 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 292 © 1950 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 295 © 1933 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 296 Photo: Kobal Collection. 298 © 1936 RKO Pictures Inc. Used by permission of Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 302 © 1955 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 305 © 1931 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 307 © 1939 Ste UGC. 308 © 1947 RKO Pictures Inc. Used by permission of Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 310 © 1960 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 311 © 1972 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 314 © 1935 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 317 © 1931 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 318 © 1943 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 320 With thanks to Pandora and to the C.L.T. © Visionlight. 323 © 1935 British Gas Sponsored. 324 Resettlement Administrative Unit. 238 Crown copyright. Reproduced by Permission of the Controller of HMSO. 331 Mme Loridan Ivens/Capi Films. 336 © Still courtesy of CTE and the Samuel Goldwyn Company. 338 © Les Grands Films Classiques, Paris. 341 © 1936 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 346 © Ste UGC. 347 © 1945 Pathé Television. 348 © 1953 VGC. 349 © 1951 Les Films Ariane. 351 Caday/Discina. 354 1937 ENIC. 359 1951 Janus. 360 1948 MOMA, NY. 364 © By courtesy of The Rank Organisation Plc. 366 © 1934 Lumière Pictures Ltd.368 © By courtesy of The Rank Organisation Plc. 371 © 1951 Lumière Pictures Ltd.373 (top) © By courtesy of The Rank Organisation Plc. (bottom) © Hammer Films/Lumière Pictures Ltd.378 © Friedrich- Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung. 380 © Courtesy of the Rank Organisation. 386 1936 Barrandov Studios. 388 © Stefan Themerson Estate, 1996. Themerson Archive, 12 Belsize Park Gardens, London NW3 4LD. 391 1937 Lenfilm. 392 1934 Lenfilm. 410 © Twentieth Century Fox. 418 1939 Daiei Film Productions. 430 © Courtesy of Clasa Films Mundiales. 432 1961 UNICI. 434 1957 Argentina Sono Film. 438 1946 Excelsa Film/ Renzo Rossolini. 439 © Lumière Pictures Ltd.440 1954 Janus/Lux. 444 © 1931 Warner Bros. 447 © 1948 RKO Pictures Inc. Used by permission of Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 448 © By courtesy of Romulus Films. 452 1963 Seven Arts/Joel/John Frankenheimer. 454 Internaccional Films Espanola. 457 © 1955 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 458 © 1961 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 460 © 1975 Warner Bros. 469 © Hammer Films. 470 1977 Twentieth Century Fox. 472 1964 Eastwood. 476 © Paramount. 478 © Orion Pictures Corp.481 © 1979 Metro Goldwyn Mayer Inc.482 © 1982 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 487 1961 Rome-Paris/Euro International. 492 © Ste Les Films Ariane. 493 © Warner Bros. 494 Janus. 499 Courtesy of the Edward Mapp Collection. 501 © 1939 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved. 503 © Twentieth Century Fox. 504 © 1967 Metro Goldwyn Mayer Inc.506 © Warner Bros. 508 UIP/Forty Acres and a Mule Filmworks. 510 © 1975 The Saul Zaentz Company. All Rights Reserved. 512 © Orion Pictures. 514 © Warner Bros. 517 © 1981 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 520 © 1972 by Universal City Studios, Inc. Courtesy of MCA Publishing Rights, A Division of MCA Inc. All Rights Reserved. 524 © 1981 Lucas Film Ltd.525 © Warner Bros. 529 © Les Films du Jeudi. 530 © Ste Argos Films. 533 1968 ICAIC. 534 1980 Clarity Educational Productions. 533 © 1990 J & M Entertainment Ltd./ Miramax Film Corp.538 MOMA, New York. 544 The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts. Photo: John Chamberlain. 556 © 1976 Bruno Bozzetto. 560 © Ste Artedis. 563 © Warner Bros. 365 © Apple Corps Inc./ Walter Shenson. 368 1962 Interopa- Cineriz, Paris Film. 571 © UGC DA. 572 © Svensk Filmindustri. 577 © Ste AFMD. 579 © Ste Path- Cinema. 581 © 1950 Robert & Mylène Bresson. 583 © Gaumont/Walt Disney ( France) SA. 583 © Gaumont/Walt Disney ( France) Ltd. 587 © MOMA, New York/Film Stills Archive. 588-9 1975 PEA/UA. 591 1963 CCC/Concordia. 593 1970 Mars/Marianne/Maran. 593 1958 Vides. 598 1981 Emiliano Piedra Produccion/ Edificio Luna. 599 © El Imar Cine y TV SA. 600 Photo: Mimmo Catarinich/El Deseo SA. 605 © Woodfall Films. 606 © By courtesy of the Rank Organisation plc. 610 1968 Warner Brothers. 611 © 1982' BFI/Channel 4.615 © 1968 Kairos Film. 618 © Filmverlag der Autoren. 620 1972 Hessischer Rundfunk. 624 1974 Film Verlag der Autoren. 626 © 1977 Bioskop Film. 629 1946 DEFA. 634 1958 Film Polski. 638 © Euro London Films Ltd.639 1989 Film Polski/Tor. 642 © 1959 Mosfilm. 645 1971 Lenfilm. 646 1979 Mosfilm. 649 1970 Lenfilm. 653 1968 Armenfilm. 655 1978 Uzbekfilm. 659 1983 Contemporary/Guney Prod/MKZ Prod/TFI Films. 671 1982 Les Films Cissé.676 1985 Institute for the Intellectual Development of Young Children and Young Adults, Teheran. 682 1977 Devki Chitra. 689 1994 Mainline/Kaleidoscope/ Channel 4. 700 Guangxi Film Studio. 702 1991 Century Communications Ltd.707 © 1973 Warner Bros. 710 Still courtesy of Video Tartan.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contributors ix
  • Contents xi
  • Special Features xv
  • List of Colour Illustrations xvii
  • General Introduction xix
  • 1 - Silent Cinema 1895-1930 1
  • Origins and Survival 6
  • Early Cinema 13
  • Transitional Cinema 23
  • The Hollywood Studio System 43
  • The World-Wide Spread of Cinema 53
  • The First World War and the Crisis in Europe 62
  • Tricks and Animation 71
  • Comedy 78
  • Documentary 86
  • Cinema and the Avant-Garde 95
  • Serials 105
  • French Silent Cinema 112
  • Italy- Spectacle and Melodrama 123
  • British Cinema from Hepworth to Hitchcock 130
  • Germany- The Weimar Years 136
  • The Scandinavian Style 151
  • Pre-Revolutionary Russia 159
  • The Soviet Union and the Russian émigrés 162
  • Yiddish Cinema in Europe 174
  • Japan- Before the Great Kanto Earthquake 177
  • Music and the Silent Film 183
  • The Heyday of the Silents 192
  • 2 - Sound Cinema 1930-1960 205
  • The Introduction of Sound 211
  • Hollywood- The Triumph of the Studio System 220
  • Censorship and Self-Regulation 235
  • The Sound of Music 248
  • Technology and Innovation 259
  • Animation 267
  • Cinema and Genre 276
  • The Western 286
  • The Musical 294
  • Crime Movies 304
  • The Fantastic 312
  • Documentary 322
  • Socialism, Fascism, and Democracy 333
  • The Popular Art of French Cinema 344
  • Italy from Fascism to Neo-Realism 353
  • Britain at the End of Empire 361
  • Germany- Nazism and after 374
  • East Central Europe before the Second World War 383
  • Soviet Film under Stalin 389
  • Indian Cinema- Origins to Independence 398
  • China before 1949 409
  • The Classical Cinema in Japan 413
  • The Emergence of Australian Film 422
  • Cinema in Latin America 427
  • After the War 436
  • Transformation of the Hollywood System 443
  • Independents and Mavericks 451
  • 3 - The Modern Cinema 1960-1995 461
  • Television and the Film Industry 466
  • The New Hollywood 475
  • New Technologies 483
  • Sex and Sensation 490
  • The Black Presence in American Cinema 497
  • Exploitation and the Mainstream 509
  • Dreams and Nightmares in the Hollywood Blockbuster 516
  • Cinéma-Vérité and the New Documentary 527
  • Avant-Garde Film- The Second Wave 537
  • Animation in the Post-Industrial Era 551
  • Modern Film Music 558
  • Art Cinema 567
  • New Directions in French Cinema 576
  • Italy- Auteurs and after 586
  • Spain after Franco 596
  • British Cinema- The Search for Identity 604
  • The New German Cinema 614
  • East Germany- The Defa Story 627
  • Changing States in East Central Europe 632
  • Russia after the Thaw 640
  • Cinema in the Soviet Republics 651
  • Turkish Cinema 656
  • The Arab World 661
  • The Cinemas of Sub-Saharan Africa 667
  • Iranian Cinema 672
  • India- Filming the Nation 678
  • Indonesian Cinema 690
  • China after the Revolution 693
  • Popular Cinema in Hong Kong 704
  • Taiwanese New Cinema 711
  • The Modernization of Japanese Film 714
  • New Australian Cinema 722
  • New Zealand Cinema 731
  • Canadian Cinema/Cinéma Canadien 731
  • New Cinemas in Latin America 740
  • New Concepts of Cinema 750
  • The Resurgence of Cinema 759
  • Index 785
  • List of Picture Sources 823
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