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Moving Pictures: The History of Early Cinema
(Released July 2011)

 
  by Brian Manley  

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  1. The 'imponderable fluidity' of modernity: Georges Méliès and the architectural origins of cinema
    Early Popular Visual Culture, Vol. 8, No. 2, May 2010, pp. 189-207

  2. Productive intermediality and the expert audiences of magic theatre and early film
    Early Popular Visual Culture, Vol. 8, No. 1, February 2010, pp. 31-46

  3. Review: ARTS: Feet off the ground: He transformed photography and laid the foundations for motion pictures, but Eadweard Muybridge has always been dogged by controversy. His biographer, Rebecca Solnit, defends the great innovator against a new campaign of innuendo
    The Guardian, Sep 4 2010, pp. 16

  4. Workers Leaving the Factory
    Our Times, Vol. 28, No. 6, Dec 2009/Jan 2010, pp. 37

  5. Deserted histories: The Lumiere Brothers, the pyramids and early film form
    Early Popular Visual Culture, Vol. 6, No. 2, July 2008, pp. 159-170

  6. An early piece of cinematic history?
    TechTrends [H.W.Wilson - EDUC], Vol. 52, No. 6, Nov 2008, pp. 17

  7. Movie pioneer caught in a disappearing act
    The Daily Telegraph, Oct 14 2008, pp. 38

  8. Americanizing the Movies and "Movie-Mad" Audiences, 1910-1914
    The Journal of American History, Vol. 93, No. 4, Mar 2007, pp. 1289

  9. Illusory Bodies: Magical performance on stage and screen
    Early Popular Visual Culture, Vol. 5, No. 2, July 2007, pp. 175-188

  10. Subversive Sounds: Ethnic Spectatorship and Boston's Nickelodeon Theatres, 1907-1914
    Film History: An International Journal, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2007, pp. 213-227

  11. Louis Le Prince: the body of evidence
    Screen, Vol. 47, No. 2, Summer 2006, pp. 179-200

  12. Why Girls Leave Home: Victorian and Edwardian 'Bad-Girl' Melodrama Parodied in Early Film
    Theatre Journal, Vol. 58, No. 4, 2006, pp. 575-593

  13. "Wonderful Apparatus," or Life of an American Fireman
    American Literature, Vol. 77, No. 4, Dec 2005, pp. 669

  14. Penny Pleasures: Film Exhibition in London during the Nickelodeon Era, 1906-1914
    Film History: An International Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2004, pp. 60-91

  15. RAIDERS OF THE LOST ART; Dayton's Library of Congress restores lost movies
    Dayton City Paper, Vol. 2, No. 35, Dec 1-Dec 7 2004, pp. 10

  16. Film Exhibition in Seattle, 1897-1912: leisure activity in a scraggly, smelly frontier town
    Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television; 23 (2) Jun 2003, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp.101-115 2003, pp. 101-115

  17. Film rolled out a century ago with 'Great Train Robbery'
    Chicago Sun - Times, Dec 21 2003, pp. 13

  18. One Film Saved the Industry ; 'Great Train Robbery' Received its Copyright nearly 100 Years Ago
    Richmond Times - Dispatch, Nov 28 2003, pp. C.4

  19. Cinematic art L'art cinématographique
    The Journal of aesthetics and art criticism, Vol. 60, No. 4, 2002, pp. 299-312

  20. From Méphistophélès to Méliès: Spectacle and narrative in opera and early film
    London: Routledge, 2002, pp. 1-18

  21. "The living nickelodeon," The sounds of early cinema
    Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2001, 232-240

  22. A movie murder mystery
    The Times Higher Education Supplement [H.W.Wilson - EDUC], No. 1394, Jul 23 1999, pp. 18

  23. Nationalism and the beginnings of cinema: The Lumiere cinematographe in the US, 1896-1897
    Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, Vol. 19, No. 2, Jun 1999, pp. 149

  24. Directors celebrate Lumieres' fabulous relic
    Boston Globe, May 23 1997, pp. D.7

  25. The Lumiere Cinematographe and the Grand Cafe projection of 1895: a reexamination
    SMPTE Journal [H.W.Wilson - AST], Vol. 105, Oct 1996, pp. 653

  26. The Lumière Cinématographe and the production of the cinema in Japan in the earliest period
    Film History (ARCHIVE), Vol. 8, No. 4, 1996, pp. 431

  27. Auguste and Louis Lumiere created first movie in 1895
    Stamps, Vol. 251, No. 3, Apr 15 1995, pp. 5

  28. Buster Keaton could picture it Comic's great eye for film angles was unmatched
    Denver Post (pre-1997 Fulltext), Jan 15 1995, pp. E.01

  29. Lumiere and his view: The cameraman's eye in early cinema
    Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, Vol. 15, No. 4, Oct 1995, pp. 461

  30. What First Movie Audiences Saw
    Daily News, Dec 28 1995, pp. L.5

  31. The Black Maria (Thomas Edison and WKL Dickson's invention of motion pictures)
    Queen's Quarterly, Vol. 100, No. 1, Spring 1993, pp. 239