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 Theme: Technique and Technology in the History of Media

 

Article

 

Lukáš Skupa:

The Gottwaldov Film Studio as an Alternative Model of Production and Aesthetic Practice

 

Theme Articles

 

Editorial

 

Wolfgang König:

Telegraphy, Telephony, Wireless. Communication and Technology in the 19th Century

 

John Belton:

Digital Cinema: A False Revolution

 

Alberto Friedemann:

Cinematographic Technology and Patents. Notes for Critical Analysis

 

Silvio Alovisio:

Italian Magazines from the Era of Silent Film: A Source for Technological Research?

 

Anna Batistová:

Meopton IIIa: The Way to the Czechoslovak Wide-Screen Projector

 

Karel Čada – Jan Hanzlík:

„"As Griffith Said, You Can't Stop Progress..." Czech Projectionists Reflect on the Changes in Projection Technology

[full text (CZ)]

 Interview

 

Anna Batistová:

What Went before and after the Finished Film. An Interview with Alberto Friedemann

 

Ad Fontes

 

Tomáš Lachman:

Slaviafilm, a. s. (1921–1955)

 

Matěj Kotalík:

Václav Pštross (1887–1932 /1946/)

 

Horizon

 

Anna Batistová:

History from the Pages of Magazines (Michele Canosa – Giulia Carluccio – Federica Villa /eds./: Cinema muto italiano: Tecnica e tecnologia. Vol. 1.: Discorsi, precetti, documenti. Vol. 2.: Brevetti, macchine, mestieri)


Patrik Vacek:

Media Education as a Research Theme (National Media Education Conference / World Media Education Research Summit 2007)

 

Projects

 

Kevin Johnson:

Annexation Effects: Cultural Appropriation and the Politics of Place in Czech-German Films, 1930–1945

[full text (CZ)]

 

Alice Lovejoy:

Cinema by the state, Cinema for the state: Czechoslovak Army Film, 1945–1992

[full text (CZ)]

 

Appendices

 

Recent Acquisition of the NFA Library

Contents of Volume XIX of Iluminace

 

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