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UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE, Reel No. 1 (626A - H68449, Epileptic Seizures, Nos. 1-8 (1905) [8-film compilation]
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directed by Walter G. Chase, fl. 1906; produced by Cineric, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 2020), 22 mins
VIVA LA DANCE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. Walter G. Chase’s experimental records of epileptic seizure movements present cold, hard facts. Akin to transgressive documentary photographs by later 20th century contemporaries Weegee, Dian...
directed by Walter G. Chase, fl. 1906; produced by Cineric, in UNSEEN CINEMA 7: Viva La Dance: The Beginnings of CINÉ-DANCE (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 2020), 22 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 025: Operatives Leaving Messrs Pilkington Bros. Works, St. Helen's, March 10, 1900
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 2013), 2 mins
Workers spill out of a glass manufacturing factory in this early film from travelling filmmakers Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon. This is one of 124 ‘factory gate’ films in the Mitchell & Kenyon collection. The interiors of factories were not recorded due to the lack of light. In film’s early years, the pion...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 2013), 2 mins
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Stars of the Silver Screen, Season 3, Episode 1, Charlie Chaplin
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produced by 3DD Productions, in Stars of the Silver Screen, Season 3, Episode 1 (London, England: 3DD Productions, 2013), 1 min
Stars Of The Silver Screen, celebrates the lives of those who soared the highest. From Marlon Brando to Elizabeth Taylor, we uncover what drove them and why the world loved them. Each episode focuses on a classic star and their film biography
produced by 3DD Productions, in Stars of the Silver Screen, Season 3, Episode 1 (London, England: 3DD Productions, 2013), 1 min
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Do Zan
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written by Tahmineh Milani, fl. 1989-2013; directed by Tahmineh Milani, fl. 1989-2013; performed by Merila Zare'i, 1971-, Atila Pesiani, fl. 1988-2012, Reza Khandan, 1953-2010, Niki Karimi, 1971- and Mohammad Reza Forutan, 1965- (Iran: Privately Published, 1999), 1 hour 35 mins
This drama was directed by Tahmineh Milani and features Mohammad Reza Forutan, Niki Karimi, and Reza Khandan.
written by Tahmineh Milani, fl. 1989-2013; directed by Tahmineh Milani, fl. 1989-2013; performed by Merila Zare'i, 1971-, Atila Pesiani, fl. 1988-2012, Reza Khandan, 1953-2010, Niki Karimi, 1971- and Mohammad Reza Forutan, 1965- (Iran: Privately Published, 1999), 1 hour 35 mins
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Silent Shakespeare
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William K. L. Dickson, 1860-1935, Walter Pfeffer Dando, 1852-, Percy Stow, 1876-1919, J. Stuart Blackton, 1875-1941, Charles Kent, 1852-1923 and Gerolamo Lo Savio, 1865-1931; produced by British Mutoscope and Biograph Company, Clarendon Film Company, Vitagraph Company of America, Film d'Arte Italiana and Co-operative Cinematograph; performed by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, 1852-1917, Dora Senior, 1878-1945, William V. Ranous, 1857-1915, Maurice Costello, 1877-1950, Ermete Novelli, 1851-1919, Francesca Bertini, 1892-1985, Florence Turner, 1885-1946, Charles Kent, 1852-1923, James Berry, 1883-1915 and Alfred Brydone, 1863-1920 (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 1999), 1 hour 29 mins,
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In the early days of the cinema, pioneer filmmakers created these seven charming, moving and magical films based on the plays of William Shakespeare. Considered a "lowbrow" medium, the fledgling movie industry sought to elevate its status by immortalizing the classics and hiring the greatest actors of the day. As...

written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William K. L. Dickson, 1860-1935, Walter Pfeffer Dando, 1852-, Percy Stow, 1876-1919, J. Stuart Blackton, 1875-1941, Charles Kent, 1852-1923 and Gerolamo Lo Savio, 1865-1931; produced by British Mutoscope and Biograph Company, Clarendon Film Company, Vitagraph Company of America, Film d'Arte Italiana and Co-operative Cinematograph; performed by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, 1852-1917, Dora Senior, 1878-1945, William V. Ranous, 1857-1915, Maurice Costello, 1877-1950, Ermete Novelli, 1851-1919, Francesca Bertini, 1892-1985, Florence Turner, 1885-1946, Charles Kent, 1852-1923, James Berry, 1883-1915 and Alfred Brydone, 1863-1920 (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 1999), 1 hour 29 mins,
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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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UNSEEN CINEMA 4: Inverted Narratives: New Directions in Storytelling,
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directed by Leo Hurwitz and Paul Strand, 1890-1976; produced by Leo Hurwitz and Paul Strand, 1890-1976, Frontier Films; performed by Paul Robeson, 1898-1976, Fred Johnson, 1894-1964, Mary George, fl. 1942 and John Rennick, fl. 1942, in UNSEEN CINEMA 4: Inverted Narratives: New Directions in Storytelling (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 1943), 13 mins,
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INVERTED NARRATIVES is part of the retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. Capping a decade of political filmmaking, Hurwitz and Stand summarize the momentous growth of labor unions into a vital force. The film adroitly mixes footage from Workers’ Film and Photo Le...
directed by Leo Hurwitz and Paul Strand, 1890-1976; produced by Leo Hurwitz and Paul Strand, 1890-1976, Frontier Films; performed by Paul Robeson, 1898-1976, Fred Johnson, 1894-1964, Mary George, fl. 1942 and John Rennick, fl. 1942, in UNSEEN CINEMA 4: Inverted Narratives: New Directions in Storytelling (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 1943), 13 mins,
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UNSEEN CINEMA 4: Inverted Narratives: New Directions in Storytelling, The World Today: Black Legion-Shadow of Fascism Over America, Issue No. 1
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directed by Willard Van Dyke, 1906-1986, Ralph Steiner, 1899-1986, Irving Lerner, 1909-1976, Ben Maddow, 1909-1992, Mike Gordon, 1965- and Lionel Berman, fl. 1930; produced by Nykino, in UNSEEN CINEMA 4: Inverted Narratives: New Directions in Storytelling (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 2020), 7 mins
INVERTED NARRATIVES is part of the retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. Unhappy with the limited structure of league newsreels, NYKino, a splinter filmmaking collective, produced a March of Time-type series under the banner “The World Today”. Only two episodes...
directed by Willard Van Dyke, 1906-1986, Ralph Steiner, 1899-1986, Irving Lerner, 1909-1976, Ben Maddow, 1909-1992, Mike Gordon, 1965- and Lionel Berman, fl. 1930; produced by Nykino, in UNSEEN CINEMA 4: Inverted Narratives: New Directions in Storytelling (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 2020), 7 mins
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UNSEEN CINEMA 3: Light Rhythms: Music and Abstraction, Skyline Dance, Slavko Vorkapich Montage Sequences (1928-1950s)  [9-film compilation]
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produced by Cineric, in UNSEEN CINEMA 3: Light Rhythms: Music and Abstraction (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 1928), 18 mins
LIGHT RHYTHMS is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. Awe-inspired by D.W. Griffith, Douglas Fairbanks, and Charlie Chaplin, Serbian émigré Slavko Vorkapich landed in Hollywood and proceeded to create a stellar montage-editing style that relied...
produced by Cineric, in UNSEEN CINEMA 3: Light Rhythms: Music and Abstraction (United States: Filmmakers Showcase, 1928), 18 mins
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UNSEEN CINEMA 1: The Mechanized Eye: Experiments in Technique and Form, 3-Panel Poem Film - In Youth, Beside the Lonely Sea
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produced by Cineric; performed by Winston Miller, 1910-1994, in UNSEEN CINEMA 1: The Mechanized Eye: Experiments in Technique and Form (Filmmakers Showcase, 1925), 6 mins,
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THE MECHANIZED EYE is part of the film retrospective UNSEEN CINEMA that explores long-forgotten American experimental cinema. When I saw this, I assumed the filmmaker had seen the triptychs from Gance’s “Napoleon” (1927). But “Napoleon” was stripped of its three screens in the United States, and this ap...

produced by Cineric; performed by Winston Miller, 1910-1994, in UNSEEN CINEMA 1: The Mechanized Eye: Experiments in Technique and Form (Filmmakers Showcase, 1925), 6 mins,
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