Canadian Film and Video: A Bibliography and Guide to the by Loren Lerner

By Loren Lerner

This large bibliography and reference consultant is a useful source for researchers, practitioners, scholars, and an individual with an curiosity in Canadian movie and video. With over 24,500 entries, of which 10,500 are annotated, it opens up the literature dedicated to Canadian movie and video, eventually making it effectively available to students and researchers. Drawing on either English and French resources, it identifies books, catalogues, govt reviews, theses, and periodical and newspaper articles from Canadian and non-Canadian guides from the 1st decade of the 20 th century to 1989. The paintings is bilingual; descriptive annotations are provided within the language(s) of the unique booklet.

Canadian movie and Video / movie et vidéo canadiens offers an in-depth consultant to the paintings of over 4000 members operating in movie and video and 5000 motion pictures and movies. The entries in quantity I conceal subject matters corresponding to movie forms, the position of presidency, legislation and laws, censorship, gala's and awards, construction and distribution businesses, schooling, cinema constructions, girls and movie, and video paintings. a huge part covers filmmakers, video artists, cinematographers, actors, manufacturers, and diverse different movie humans. quantity II offers an writer index, a movie and video name index, and a reputation and topic index.

In the culture of the hugely acclaimed e-book Art and structure in Canada those volumes fill a long-standing desire for a complete reference device for Canadian movie and video. This bibliography publications and helps the paintings of movie historians and practitioners, media librarians and visible curators, scholars and researchers, and individuals of most people with an curiosity in movie and video.

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Correspondence. Canadian Forum 22 (January 1943) 303. En. In response to H. J. Heap criticizes Frye's lack of knowledge about the practises of early Soviet filmmakers in the realm of film music and the often very sophisticated use of music in many Hollywood films. 8 Wolfe, Roy. Correspondence. Canadian Forum 22 (February 1943) 330-331. En. In response to H. Northrop Frye's article "Music in the movies" (Canadian Forum 22 (December 1942) 275-276) Roy Wolfe criticizes Frye's assumption that music was first used in a background role and explains the technical process of incorporating film and music.

The information is transcribed exactly as given in the catalogue. Changes and additions to exhibition schedules are common; however, entries are based on the information published in the catalogue rather than on the final itinerary. The bibliographic description includes references to illustrations, bibliography, index, and the language(s) of the text: 928 Walter Phillips Gallery. The Second Link: Viewpoints on Video in the Eighties. 8 July-21 July 1983. Catalogue essays by Lome Falk, Gene Youngblood, Carl Loeffler, Sandy Nairne, Dorine Mignot, Barbara London, Kathy Huffman, Peggy Gale, and Brian MacNevin.

Hommages aux pionniers du septieme art. 17 Canadian film-making in the 20th century: A brief history of motion picture production in Canada. Canadian Cinematography 1 no 1 (November 1961) 3,12-14. 2 ill, En. Outlines the history of motion picture production in Canada describing it as following the developments of the United States, Great Britain, and France. Lists the projection of films in Canada chronologically beginning with the projection of a film by John C. Green in 1896. Describes the difficulties of the Canadian film industry in creating features due to the monopoly of the American studios and the subsequent export of Canadian acting talent to the United States and Great Britain.

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