- Public address. T.N. // Pro Sound News;Feb96, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p28
Reports that December 28, 1995 marks the centenary of the motion picture industry in France. Attendance of 100 people to see the new `cinematographe' invented by the Lumiere Brothers; Publicity by word of mouth.
- Movie madness. Olson, Tod // Scholastic Update;5/6/95, Vol. 127 Issue 14, p16
Focuses on the era when the Hollywood motion picture industry dominated the American cultural life. First words spoken in a feature film; Emergence of Hollywood's Golden Age; Audience's means of escaping the economic hardships of the Great Depression; Theaters' marketing strategies; Major...
- Flashback. // SHOOT;7/14/95, Vol. 36 Issue 28, p4
Features past events in the motion picture industry. Red Car company's opening of a New York Office on July 13, 1990; July 13, 1990 signing of a deal by director Michael McNamara to join Lucasfilm Commercial Production; Disappointment of creative executives after returning from the 1985 Cannes...
- Hollywood's fascist follies. Slide, A. // Film Comment;Jul/Aug91, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p63
Examines fascist activity within the film industry in the 1930s. The relationship between the major film studios and Nazi Germany up to 1938; Roles of Gary Cooper and Victor McLaglen; Attempts by the German consul in Los Angeles to destroy the careers of actors in anti-German films; Prelude to...
- Cross-cultural influences. Sterritt, David // Christian Science Monitor;12/11/95, Vol. 88 Issue 11, p12
Talks about the history of American film industry and its influence on the global cinema. Hollywood's influence on the global cinema and the cross-cultural influence on Hollywood; Important events in the history of cinema; Details on the popularity of American films abroad.
- 1940-1960. Robinson, David // Sight & Sound;Nov94, Vol. 4 Issue 11, The chronicle of cinema p58
Chronicles the motion picture industry from 1940-1960. World events; Cinema developments; Films shown; Births and deaths.
- French supremacy. Robinson, David // Sight & Sound;Nov94, Vol. 4 Issue 11, The chronicle of cinema p63
Highlights events in the French motion picture industry from the 1930s to the 1950s. Economic crisis in the French cinema in the 1930s; Escapist mood during the cinema of Occupation; Optimism typified in the 1940s and 50s; Consolidation of the film careers of Jean Cocteau and Jacques Tati.
- Italian neo-realism. Robinson, David // Sight & Sound;Nov94, Vol. 4 Issue 11, The chronicle of cinema p63
Highlights events in the Italian motion picture industry from the 1940s to the 1950s. Breakdown of Italy's film industry; Film-makers that worked throughout Musollini's rule under the Centro Sperimetale della Cinematografia; Impact of the end of dictatorship and the collapse of the industry;...
- Movies. Gleiberman, Owen; Burr, Ty // Entertainment Weekly;2/24/95 - 3/3/95, Issue 263/264, p84
Presents an essay by a movie critic for `Entertainment Weekly' in which he looks back on the movie industry during the first five years of the magazine's existence (1990-1995). Blockbuster movies; The growth of independent films; `Pulp Fiction' and the reinvention of mainstream American cinema;...