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History of Australian Cinema, Part 1, The Pictures That Moved, 1896-1920
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directed by Alan Anderson, fl. 1948, in History of Australian Cinema, Part 1 (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1968), 43 mins
The film starts with the 1896 Melbourne Cup race, the 1900 multimedia event 'Soldiers of the Cross' and the 1906 hour-long feature 'The Story of the Kelly Gang'. It moves through ethnographic and actuality films, newsreels and features to the 1920 features 'Robbery Under Arms' and 'The Sentimental Bloke'. Using ex...
directed by Alan Anderson, fl. 1948, in History of Australian Cinema, Part 1 (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1968), 43 mins
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The Astronomer's Dream
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directed by Georges Melies, 1861-1938; produced by Georges Melies, 1861-1938; performed by Georges Melies, 1861-1938 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1898), 3 mins
This short fantasy, by director Georges Melies, is about an astronomer’s fantasy about an interaction of Satan, the Fairy Queen, and the Moon.
directed by Georges Melies, 1861-1938; produced by Georges Melies, 1861-1938; performed by Georges Melies, 1861-1938 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1898), 3 mins
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UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE, Ella Lola, A La Trilby (1898), The Kinetoscope: Dance Work Play (1893-1898) [12-film compilation]
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directed by James H. White, 1872-1944, William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1898), 6 mins
VIVA LA DANCE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. These brief glimpses were some of the first images captured in America to show us the world in motion. They were viewed one at-a-time through a peephole viewer known as the Kinetoscope machin...
directed by James H. White, 1872-1944, William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1898), 6 mins
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UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE, Edison Butterfly [Serpentine] Dance
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directed by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903, Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1895), 2 mins
VIVA LA DANCE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. An exquisitely sharp image and fancy hand tinting-toning make this little “serpentine dance” a uniqie viewing experience, even though it is mistitled as a “butterfly dance.” The new tit...
directed by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903 and William K.L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by William Heise, fl. 1890-1903, Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (Filmmakers Showcase, 1895), 2 mins
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UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE, Annabelle Butterfly Dance #1 (1894), Annabelle Dances and Dances (1894-1897) [10-film compilation]
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directed by William K. L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by William K. L. Dickson, 1860-1935, Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 1894), 5 mins
VIVA LA DANCE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. Annabelle’s skirt dances are among the earliest artistic works in film history. Looking directly at us, she turns, crouches, extends her arms, carves the space of the frame with the multi-hue...
directed by William K. L. Dickson, 1860-1935; produced by William K. L. Dickson, 1860-1935, Edison Manufacturing Company; performed by Annabelle Moore, 1878-1961, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 1894), 5 mins
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