Torn Sprockets: The Uncertain Projection of the Canadian Film
The history of Canadian filmmaking is a fascinating topic and, in this book, the author takes the reader through the early years of the twentieth century when Hollywood monopolized the industry, Edison's Kinctoscope enthralled the public, and motion picture exhibitions swept across Canada.
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Canada's Best Features: Critical Essays on 15 Canadian Films
Eugene P. Walz
No preview available - 2002