Four Aspects of the Film.

By: Limbacher, James L.

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Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; [6] - 386 pp. Black cloth over boards with off-white cloth and black lettering on the spine. No publisher of place is given, copyrighted by the author. Limbacher appears to have written a labour of love here. An in-depth look at 4 key physical aspects of film making: color, width, depth and sound with a concluding look at the avant-garde. Extremely well researched and documented with some rather unique appendices. Listings of films by the type of projection to be used and visual presentation methods required. Illustrated with 16 plates, 2 of which are in full colour. General and moderate wear to the extremities. Two page bibliography, 4 appendices: "Key to Abbreviations", 1 - "Natural Color and Tinted Films" 73 pages, 2 - "Widescreen Films" 25 pages, 3 - "Third-Dimensional Films" 3 pages, 4 - "Pioneer Sound Films" 8 pages, and lastly a 8 page index. Mild wear and soiling to the externals. Small tear or pull at the back of the spine head. Otherwise a clean interior and a sound binding.

Title: Four Aspects of the Film.

Author Name: Limbacher, James L.

Categories: Performing Arts,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Privately published.: 1968

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 5958

Keywords: Film; Art; Avant Garde Movies Motion Pictures Photography Cinema Criticism Technicolor History