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Close Up 1927-1933:
Cinema and Modernism
Edited by James Donald, Anne Friedberg, & Laura Marcus

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Introduction: Reading Close Up, 1927-19331
Pt. 1Enthusiasms and Execrations
Introduction28
As Is (July 1927)36
British Solecisms41
Emak Bakia43
An Interview: Anita Loos48
A New Cinema, Magic and the Avant Garde50
The French Cinema57
The Aframerican Cinema65
The Negro Actor and the American Movies73
Pt. 2From Silence to Sound
Introduction79
The Sound Film: A Statement from U.S.S.R.83
The Sound Film: Salvation of Cinema87
Why 'Talkies' Are Unsound89
As Is (October 1929)90
Pt. 3The Contribution of H.D.
Introduction96
The Cinema and the Classics105
Conrad Veidt: The Student of Prague120
Expiation125
Joan of Arc130
Russian Films134
An Appreciation139
Pt. 4Continuous Performance: Dorothy Richardson
Introduction150
Continuous Performance [unnumbered and untitled] (July 1927)160
Dawn's Left Hand, reviewed by W. B. [Bryher]209
Pt. 5Borderline and the POOL Films
Introduction212
Borderline: A POOL Film with Paul Robeson221
As Is (November 1930)236
Pt. 6Cinema and Psychoanalysis
Introduction240
Mind-growth or Mind-mechanization? The Cinema in Education247
Film Psychology250
Freud on the Films254
The Film in Its Relation to the Unconscious256
Dreams and Films260
Kitsch262
Pt. 7Cinema Culture
Introduction270
The Independent Cinema Congress274
Russian Cutting277
'This Montage Business'278
First Steps Towards a Workers' Film Movement281
Films for Children283
What Can I Do?286
How I Would Start a Film Club290
A Note on Household Economy294
Towards a Co-operative Cinema: The Work of the Academy, Oxford Street296
Modern Witch-trials299
Acts under the Acts301
Pt. 8Fade
What Shall You Do in the War?306
App. 1The Contents of Close Up, 1927-1933310
App. 2Notes on the Contributors and Correspondents315
App. 3Publishing History and POOL Books318
App. 4A Chronology of Close Up in Context319
Notes322
Index337

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