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281 Index Italicized page numbers indicate pages where an image appears. adventure narrative, hunting as, 255, 263, 270 advertising: corporate and industrial film, 200, 209, 214; gendered messaging, 192-193; Kodak and women, 257; signage and storefronts, 59-61; tourism, 48-49 aerial cinematography, 148, 163 aerial mapping, 82-83 aesthete, alienated, 194 aesthetics: cinematic composition, 78-79; cinematic language, Hollywood style, 184185 ; evolution of amateur film, 126, 132; exploration of form, 116; gay inventiveness, 192; “low art,” 109; “mistakes” in amateur film and home movies, 102, 112-113, 203-204; of photochemical film, 79, 107 African American Home Movie Archive, 8 African Americans, 7-8, 8, 119-120, 120 agriculture, 52, 56-57. See also Paris, Maine, Excerpt; Raymond C. Cotton Presents Field of Blue; Sheep on Naushon Island airplanes: stunt flying, 163 Akeley 35mm camera, 152, 153, 157, 166-167 Amateur Cinema League, 31, 45; Archie Stewart Collection, 113; contests and exchanges, 126, 130, 234; film leader, 143, 248; how-to guides, 184; Maxim, 32, 142. See also Maxim, Hiram Percy; Movie Makers; Pinkham, Cyrus; Stewart, Thomas Archibald amateur film: as cultural resource, 253; definition, 4; diversity of filmmakers, 7-8; as documentation, 20, 50, 63-64, 102, 254, 260; educational value, 24-26; expense of creating, 41-42, 43, 44, 45, 77, 107; experience interpreted by, 79-80, 86, 87; localization of, 84-85; personal expression, 65-66; relationship to market, 21; scholarship on, 3, 18, 23-24; as social activity, 128. See also home movies amateurism, 76, 80, 128 Amateur Movie Makers. See Movie Makers amateur photoplays. See Be Beautiful?; Mag the Hag; Miss Olympia; Motormaulers series amateur travelogue, 134 Ames, Alfred, 19, 25 “Amateur Turns a Penny, The,” 201 American Alliance of Museums, 241 American Film Institute, 26, 30 Anderson, Kim, 233, 237-239, 245 Anderson, Wes, 183, 190, 192 Andy Warhol Museum, 234 Angell, Roger, 221-222, 225, 225 Anthology Film Archives, 23-24 antimodernism, 260, 270 aperture settings, 227. See also lenses archives: access, 25, 31; advocacy, 30-31, 109; construction of, 7-8, 17-18, 24; funding, 24-25, 26-27; regional, 30-31. See also Association of Moving Image Archivists; Northeast Historic Film archivists, contextualization by, 27, 121 art, 21, 107; market, 21, 23, 24 aspect ratio, 46n2 Association of College & Research Libraries, 241 Association of Moving Image Archivists, 7, 30, 31, 241 audience: advice for improving experience of, 129-130; appears in film, 187; family setting and commentary, 112; public, 121. See also public access to amateur film, home movies automobiles: havoc, 147, 150, 150, 157-162, 160; landscape and, 1, 60, 147, 149, 160-161, 161, 259 avant-garde film, 31, 108, 137-138, 141, 145n37 Barker, Pamela Barnum, 164 Barrett, Ross, 111 Barstow, Robbins, 243 Barthes, Roland, 88 Batchen, Geoffrey, 111 beauty, 134, 136, 141 Be Beautiful? (circa 1937), 192-193 282 | Index Becker, Snowden, 235, 243 Belanger, Pamela, 255 Bell & Howell cameras, projectors: Filmo 141, 12; Filmo 70-A, 42-43; Filmo 70-D, 36, 43, 102, 122, 143-144, 166-168, 216; Filmo 127-A Straight Eight, 44; Filmo models, 42-44; Filmo 57 projector, 85; 8mm, 44, 176, 180; Model 172, 180; Zoomatic 8, 180. See also cameras Bemis, Alan, 147, 157, 159 Benedict, Karen, 248 Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 234 Berman, Marshall, 254 Billy Sterling (circa 1942), 118, 119, 123 Bird, Helen V., 40 Birth of a Bag (1979), 192-193 blueberries, 54-59, 68 Blue Hill (ME), 40, 40 Bolex, 44 books, close-ups of, 211, 212 Boothbay Harbor (ME), 1, 2 Bourdieu, Pierre, 106, 107, 108 Boym, Svetlana, 261-262 Boy Reading (1930), 222, 225-227, 225 Bridgham, Lester, 28, 59-61, 61, 66-67 Bridgton (ME), 51, 54, 61-62, 64 Brooklin, Maine, Excerpt (1936, 1941), 221-227, 223-225 Brown, Dona, 255 Building Berry Cliff (1930), 101-103, 101 business reforms, 206-208 Business Screen (magazine), 214 Cambridge (MA), 254, 256, 258, 260, 261 cameras: Akeley 35mm, 152, 153, 157, 166-167; Bell & Howell Filmo 141, 12; Bell & Howell Filmo 70-A, 42-43; Bell & Howell Filmo 70-D, 36, 43, 102, 122, 143-144, 166-168, 216; Bell & Howell Filmo 127-A Straight Eight, 44; Bell & Howell 8mm, 44, 176, 180; Bell & Howell Model 172, 180; Bell & Howell Zoomatic 8, 180; CinéKodak Eight Model 20, 43-44, 68; CinéKodak Eight Model 60, 35; Ciné-Kodak Eight Model 90, 181; Ciné-Kodak Model A, 42, 271, 272; Ciné-Kodak Model B, 226-227, 248, 271...

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9780253026446
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9780253026163
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OCLC
991052130
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304
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2017-06-28
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English
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