Dreyer in Double Reflection: Translation of Carl Th. Dreyer's writings About The Film (Om Filmen)

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, NY (1973)

Keywords:

bibliographic

Abstract:

Dreyer in Double Reflection: Translation of Carl Th. Dreyer's writings About The Film (Om Filmen). Contents follow: Introduction by Donald Skoller, Swedish Film, New Ideas About the Film: Benjamin Christensen and His Ideas, French Film, Realized Mysticism, The Real Talking Film, Peer Gynt at the Palace Theatre, The Gulliver Movie, The Jannings Film, Dreyer's Reply- About Playacting: On the Occasion of the Jannings Film, Film and Criticism, I-III, Behind the Boulevards of Paris, New Roads for the Danish Film- H.C. Andersen, Film Technique and Scripts: Some Comments for Kjeld Abell, Two Plays that Flopped: Was It the Fault of the Direction?, and an Exchange of Letters, The Stage Life of the Dead: Morgens Dam's Reply, "When the Dead Live": An Objective Reply to Mogens Dam, Photography in Danish Film, A Letter to Politiken, A Little on Film Style, My Only Great Passion, Who Crucified Jesus?, The Cinematization of Ordet (The World), Color Film and Colored Film, Imagination and Color, The Roots of Anti-Semitism, and Ebbe Neergaard.

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