History on/and/in Film

Contents

  • Tom O'Regan, Introduction
  • John O'Connor, The Moving Image as Historical Document
  • Script of "See it Now"
  • Peter Morris, Rethinking Grierson
  • Richard Thompson & William Routt, Surplus and Subversion in "Roman Scandals"

    FILM HISTORY 1: THE 1930s

  • Kristin Thompson, The Film Europe Movement
  • Colin Crisp, The Discovery of Editing in the French Cinema 1930-1945
  • Brian Shoesmith, The Bombay Film Studios in the 1930s
  • Freda Freiberg, The Transition to Sound in Japan

    FILM HISTORY 2: AUSTRALIAN FILM HISTORY

  • Stuart Cunningham, The Chauvel School of Scenario Writing
  • Albert Moran, Documentary Consensus: The CFU 1954-1964
  • Neil McDonald, The Making of "Assault on Salamaua"
  • Ina Bertrand, The Grand Theatre Company and the National Exhibition Chains
  • Tom O'Regan, Rethinking the Revival

    HISTORY ON FILM 1: REMEMBERING NAZISM

  • Leonie Naughton, Recovering the "Unmastered Past"
  • Tony Barta, "Heimat" and the Ideology of Innocence
  • Ron Burnett, Lumiere's Revenge

    HISTORY ON FILM 2: GENERAL

  • Charles Geshekter, The Historian as Film Producer
  • Sally Stockbridge, Music Video Clips and Historical Film
  • Jane Madsen, "Fortini-Cani" as Marxist Reflection

    HISTORY AND FILM IN THE CURRICULA

  • Tom O'Regan & Brian Shoesmith, An Interview with John O'Connor
  • Tony Barta, History, Film and Video for History Students

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