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Cinema 16: Documents Toward History Of Film Society (Wide Angle Books) by [Macdonald, Scott]
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"The ABCs of independent film-making in the 20th century. From Kenneth Anger to Luis Bunuel to John Cassavetes, these letters, programs, notes, and conversations reveal the vibrant history of the Cinema 16 Film Society and its central role in the development of independent film. This insider's view is an essential read to filmmakers and film lovers alike." -Michelle Citron, Professor, Radio/TV/Film, Northwestern University; media artist; and author of Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions "The largest and most seminal of American film societies, Cinema 16 was an important sponsoring institution for the great post-war explosion of non-commodity American filmmaking. Scott MacDonald's lovingly-edited new collection of documents provides fascinating historical insights into Cinema 16, and gives at last recognition to Amos and Marcia Vogel's long-overlooked contributions to this vital and socially-responsive era of American culture." -David James, Critical Studies, School of Cinema, USC

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"The ABCs of independent film-making in the 20th century. From Kenneth Anger to Luis Buñuel to John Cassavetes, these letters, programs, notes, and conversations reveal the vibrant history of the Cinema 16 Film Society and its central role in the development of independent film. This insider's view is an essential read to filmmakers and film lovers alike."
—Michelle Citron, Professor, Radio/TV/Film, Northwestern University; media artist; and author of Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions

"The largest and most seminal of American film societies, Cinema 16 was an important sponsoring institution for the great post-war explosion of non-commodity American filmmaking. Scott MacDonald's lovingly-edited new collection of documents provides fascinating historical insights into Cinema 16, and gives at last recognition to Amos and Marcia Vogel's long-overlooked contributions to this vital and socially-responsive era of American culture."
—David James, Critical Studies, School of Cinema, USC


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  • File Size: 7941 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Temple University Press; 1 edition (January 24, 2002)
  • Publication Date: November 30, 1996
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003OQUMAU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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