Cinema Journal Symposium on the Methodology of Film History, 14, 2, November, 1974/ Winter, 1975

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Front Matter
[Editorial Note]
Introduction, 1-2
Eileen Bowser
Influences between National Cinemas: Denmark and the United States, 3-10
Ron Mottram
A Method of Reconstructing Lost Films, 11-15
Gosta Werner
Early Stage and Screen: A Two-Way Street, 16-19
George Pratt
From a Written Film History to a Visual Film History, 20-24
Vladimir Petric
Formal Strategies as an Index to the Evolution of Film History, 25-36
Ted Perry
Next Steps in Film History Research, 37-39
Yon Barna
Toward a New Film History, 40-41
Jay Leyda
The Future Film Historian: Less Art and More Craft, 42-46
Thomas Cripps
Transcript of Discussion, 47-63
John Kuiper, Jacques Ledoux, Wolfgang Klaue, A. Ruszkowski, Vladimir Petric, Bujor Ripeanu, James Kitses, Ted Perry, Margareta Akermark, Eileen Bowser, Howard Suber, Yon Barna, Peter Kubelka, Peter Morris, Thomas Cripps, Pierre VĂ©ronneau, Keith Lucas, Vladimir Pogacic, Cosme Alves-Neto
Appendix I: Visual-Analytical History of the Silent Cinema, 64-71
Vladimir Petric
Appendix II: Reference Works for Film Study, 72-79
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