Complete Program Listings for "Unseen Cinema"
Ballet mécanique is being shown twice, in programs 5 and 14

Films projected at 24 frames per second unless noted
ft = feet; m = minutes; fps = frames per second
 

1

Picturing a Metropolis: NYC Unveiled
94 minutes

Star Theatre (1902) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, 35mm, bw, sil, 45ft, 0.67m, 18fps
Coney Island at Night (1905) Edison Manufacturing: Edwin S. Porter, 35mm, bw, sil, 236ft, 3.5m, 18fps
Interior N.Y. Subway, 14th St. to 42nd St. (1905) American Mutoscope & Biograph: G.W. "Billy" Bitzer, 35mm, bw, sil 325ft, 4.81m, 18fps
[Split Skyscrapers] Looney Lens (1924) Fox Movietone Newsreel: Al Brick, 35mm, bw, sil, 58ft, 0.65m, 18fps
Twenty-Four Dollar Island: A Camera Impression of New York (c. 1925-27) Robert Flaherty, 35mm, bw, sil, 690ft, 10.2m, 18fps
Manhattan Medley (1931) Magic Carpet of Movietone: Bonney Powell, 35mm, bw, snd, 941ft, 10.46m
Seeing the World — Part One: A Visit to New York (1937) Rudy Burckhardt, 16mm, bw, sil w/snd added 1970s by Jacob Burckhardt, 375ft, 10.42m
Footnote to Fact [As I Walk] (1933) Lewis Jacobs, 16mm, bw, sil, 145ft, 5.37m, 18fps
Ghost Town: The Story of Fort Lee (1935) Theodore Huff, Mark Borgatte, 16mm, bw, sil, 378ft, 14m, 18fps
A Bronx Morning (1931) Jay Leyda, 35mm, bw, sil, 1055ft, 14.07m, 20fps
The Pursuit of Happiness (1940) Rudy Burckhardt, 35mm [16mm orig], bw, sil, 497ft, 6.63m, 20fps
[Lullaby of Broadway] Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935) Warner Bros.: Busby Berkeley, 35mm, bw, snd, 1202ft, 13.35m

2
The Devil’s Plaything: Fantastic Myths and Fairytales
85 minutes

Jack and the Beanstalk (1902) Edison Manufacturing: Edwin S. Porter, 35mm, bw, sil, 614ft, 9.09m, 18fps
The Love of Zero (1928) Robert Florey, [William Cameron Menzies, Edward Fitzgerald], 35mm, bw, sil, 1106ft, 14.75m, 20fps
Beggar on Horseback [dream fantasy] (1925) Paramount: James Cruze, 35mm, bw, sil, 545ft, 7.27m, 20fps
The Tell-Tale Heart (1928) Charles Klein, [Leon Shamroy], 35mm, bw, sil, 1811ft, 24.15m, 20fps
The Hearts of Age (1934) William Vance, Orson Welles, 16mm, bw, sil, 222ft, 8.22m, 18fps
Pie in the Sky (1935) Nykino: Ralph Steiner, Irving Lerner, Elia Kazan, Russell Collins, Molly Day Thatcher, Elman Koolish, 16mm, bw, sil, 585ft, 21.67m, 18fps
All of the above accompanied by David Sosin piano score.

3
Light Rhythms: Melodies & Montages
98 minutes

Radio Dynamics [Allegretto — Early Version] (1936) Oskar Fischinger, 35mm, clr, snd, 225ft, 2.5m
Moods of the Sea (1940-42) Slavko Vorkapich, John Hoffman, 35mm, bw, snd, 905ft, 10.06m
Nuit sur le Mont Chauve [Night on Bald Mountain] (1933) Alexander Alexeieff, Claire Parker, 35mm, bw, snd, 747ft, 8.3m
Object Lesson (1941) Christopher Young, 35mm, bw, snd, 868ft, 9.68m
Poem 8 (1933) Emlen Etting, video [16mm orig], bw, sil, 520ft, 14.45m
Light Rhythms (1929-30) Francis Bruguière, Oswell Blakeston, 35mm, bw, sil, 487ft, 6.49m, 20fps
Montage Sequences (1926-39)
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So This Is Paris [Artist’s Ball] (1926) Warner Bros.: Ernst Lubitsch 35mm, bw, sil, 330ft, 4.4m, 20fps
Manhattan Cocktail [Skyline Dance] (1928) Paramount: Slavko Vorkapich, [Dorthy Azner], 35mm, bw, sil, 42ft, 0.56m, 20fps
The Wolf of Wall Street [The Money Machine] (1929) Paramount: Slavko Vorkapich, [Roland V. Lee, Victor Milner], 35mm, bw, sil, 13ft, 0.17m, 20fps
Sins of the Fathers [Prohibition] (1929) Paramount: Slavko Vorkapich, [Ludwig Berger, Victor Milner], 35mm, bw, sil, 132ft, 1.76m, 20fps
Crime Without Passion [The Furies] (1934) Paramount: Slavko Vorkapich, [Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur], 35mm, bw, sil, 249ft, 2.76m
Firefly [Battle of Vitoria-Vorkapich cut] (1937) MGM: Slavko Vorkapich, [Robert Z. Leonard], 35mm, bw, sil, 165.5ft, 1.84m
Firefly [Battle of Vitoria—final cut] (1937) MGM: Slavko Vorkapich, [Robert Z. Leonard], 35mm, bw, snd, 49.5ft, 0.55m
Maytime [Romance & Opera Singer’s Career] (1937) MGM: Slavko Vorkapich, [Robert Z. Leonard], 35mm, bw, snd, 400.5ft, 4.45m
Melody on Parade (1936) Unidentified filmmaker 35mm, bw, snd, 472ft, 5.24m
Hollywood Boulevard [title sequence] (1936) Paramount: Robert Florey 35mm, bw, snd, 180ft, 2m
The City [excerpt] (1939) Ralph Steiner, Willard Van Dyke, [Henwar Rodakiewicz, Theodore Lawrence], 35mm, bw, snd, 1350ft, 15m
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington [Lincoln Memorial] (1939) Columbia: Slavko Vorkapich, [Frank Capra, Gene Havlick, Al Clark], 35mm, bw, snd, 306ft, 3.4m

An American March (1941) Oskar Fischinger, 35mm, clr, snd, 360ft, 4m

4
Down to Earth: Social Realism and the Experimental Melodrama
90 minutes

Lullaby (1929) Boris Deutsch, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 390ft, 14m, 18fps
The Country Doctor (1909) American Biograph: D.W. Griffith, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 376ft, 13.9m, 18fps
Broken Earth (1936) Roman Freulich, 35mm, bw, snd, 958ft, 10.64m
Wingbeat [fragment] (1927) Pool Film: H.D. [Hilda Doolittle], Kenneth MacPherson, Winifred Bryher, 35mm, bw, sil, 1275ft, 18.1m, 18fps
Dawn to Dawn (1933) Cameron MacPherson Productions: Josef Berne [Seymour Stern, Paul Ivano], 35mm, bw, snd, 2970ft, 33m

5
A F***ing Miracle! Revolutions in Technique and Form
81 minutes

Eiffel Tower from Trocadero Palace (1900) Edison Manufacturing: James White, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 75ft, 1.25m, 16fps
Palace of Electricity (1900) Edison Manufacturing: James White, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 57ft, 0.95m, 16fps
Champs de Mars (1900) Edison Manufacturing: James White, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 86ft, 1.43m, 16fps
Panorama of Eiffel Tower (1900) Edison Manufacturing: James White, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 100ft, 1.66m, 16fps
Scene from the Elevator Ascending Eiffel Tower (1900) Edison Manufacturing: James White, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 125ft, 2.08m, 16fps
Suspense (1913) Rex Pictures: Lois Webber, [Philips Smalley], 35mm, bw, si, 711ft, 7.9m
[Triptych Film Poem] [Polyvision test?](c. 1925) Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 360ft, 4m
Manhatta [New York the Magnificent; Fumée de New York](1921) Charles Sheeler, Paul Strand, 35mm, bw, sil, 646ft, 10.77m, 16fps
Le Retour à la raison [Return to Reason] (1923) Man Ray, 35mm, bw, sil, 180ft, 3m, 16fps
Anémic cinéma (1926) Rrose Selavy [Marcel Duchamp], [Man Ray, Marc Allegret], 35mm, bw, sil, 499ft, 6.65m, 20fps
Ballet mécanique [Kiesler version] (1924)
Fernand Léger, Dudley Murphy, 35mm, bw, sil w/George Antheil’s 1924 original score for film, "Ballet pour instruments mécaniques et percussions," arranged by Paul Lehrman, 1184ft, 15.79m, 20fps
The Soul of Cypress [with interpolated scenes] (1920) Dudley Murphy, 35mm, bw-clr tint, sil w/Claude Debussy’s "Afternoon of a Faun," 777ft, 7.48m, 20fps
Ella Lola, a la Trilby (1898) Edison Manufacturing: James White, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 65ft, 0.87m, 20fps
M. Lavelle, Physical Culture, No.1 (1905) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, 35mm, bw, sil, 23ft, 0.64m
Epileptic Seizures No. 1-2-3-4-6-7-8 (1905) Walter G. Chase, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 561ft, 15.58m

6
Dance, Dance, Dance: Image, Movement, Abstraction
83 minutes

Davy Jones’ Locker (1903) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 9ft, 0.35m, 18fps
Neptune’s Daughters (1903) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 10ft, 0.37m, 18fps
A Nymph of the Waves (1903) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 9ft, 0.34m, 18fps
Hände [Hands: The Life and Loves of the Gentler Sex] (1928) Miklos Bandy, Stella Simon, 35mm, bw, sil w/Marc Blitzstein score, 1178ft, 13.09m
Joie de vivre (1934) Anthony Gross, Hector Hoppin, 35mm, bw, snd, 1010ft, 11.2m
An Optical Poem (1938) MGM: Oskar Fischinger, 35mm, clr, snd, 614ft, 6.82m
NBC Valentine’s Day Greeting (1939) Norman McLaren, 35mm, bw, sil [snd added 1980s], 166ft, 1.84m
Abstract Movies (1939-47) George L. K. Morris, 35mm [16mm orig], clr, sil, 1100ft, 12.22m
[Simple Destiny Abstractions] (c. 1937-40) Douglass Crockwell, 35mm [16mm orig], clr-bw, sil, 225ft, 2.5m
Glens Falls Sequence (1937-46) Douglass Crockwell, 16mm, clr, sil, 288ft, 10.67m, 18fps
Composition #1: Themis (1940) Dwinell Grant, 16mm, clr, sil, 96ft, 3.5m, 18fps
Composition #2: Contrathemis (1941) Dwinell Grant, 16mm, clr, sil, 108ft, 4m, 18fps
Abstract Experiments in Kodachrome
(c. 40s-50s) Slavko Vorkapich, 35mm [16mm orig], clr, sil, 247ft, 2.74m
1941 (1941) Francis Lee, 35mm [16mm orig], clr, snd, 540ft, 6m
Introspection (1941-46) Sara Kathryn Arledge, 35mm [16mm orig], clr, snd, 630ft, 7m

7
Writing with Lightning : D.W. Griffith, Mary Ellen Bute, Busby Berkeley
88 minutes

Pippa Passes (1909) American Biograph: D.W. Griffith, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 364ft, 13.48m, 18fps
Rhythm in Light [Anitra’s Dance] (1934) Mary Ellen Bute, Ted Nemeth, Melville Webber, 35mm, bw, snd, 450ft, 5m
Synchromy No. 2 [O Evening Star] (1936) Mary Ellen Bute, Ted Nemeth, 35mm, bw, snd, 520ft, 5.7m
Dada (1936) Mary Ellen Bute, Ted Nemeth, 35mm, bw, snd, 200ft, 2.2m
[Don’t Say Goodnight] Wonder Bar (1934) First National: Busby Berkeley, [Lloyd Bacon], 35mm, bw, snd, 938ft, 10.42m
Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912) American Biograph: D.W. Griffith, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 404ft, 14.95m
Synchromy No 4: Escape [Toccata and Fugue] (1937) Mary Ellen Bute, Ted Nemeth, 35mm, clr, snd, 360ft, 4m
Parabola (1937) Mary Ellen Bute, Ted Nemeth, Rutherford Boyd, 35mm, bw, snd, 835ft, 9.2m
Tarantella (1940) Mary Ellen Bute, 35mm, clr, snd, 397ft, 4m
[By a Waterfall] Footlight Parade (1933) Warner Bros.: Busby Berkeley, [Lloyd Bacon], 35mm, bw, snd, 941ft, 10.45m
Spook Sport (1940) Mary Ellen Bute, Norman McLaren, 35mm, clr, snd, 720ft, 8m

8
The Mechanized Eye
86 minutes

Down the Hudson (1903) American Mutoscope and Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, A.E. Weed, 35mm, bw, sil, 179ft, 2.65m, 18fps
Captain Nissan Going through Whirlpool Rapids Niagara Falls (1901) Edison Manufacturing: Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 147ft, 2.18m, 18fps
Seeing New York Harbor by Yacht (1903) American Mutoscope and Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, A.E. Weed, 35mm, bw, sil, 193ft, 2.86m, 18fps
Panorama of Machine Co. Aisle, Westinghouse Works (1904) American Mutoscope & Biograph: G.W. "Billy" Bitzer, 35mm, bw, sil, 189ft, 2.8m, 18fps
Panorama View Street Car Motor Room, Westinghouse Works (1904) American Mutoscope & Biograph: G.W. "Billy" Bitzer, 35mm, bw, sil, 145ft, 2.15m, 18fps
[Pas de deux] Looney Lens (1924) Fox Movietone Newsreel: Al Brick, 35mm, bw-clr tint-tone, sil, 304ft, 4.05m, 20fps
Skyscraper Symphony (1929) Robert Florey, 35mm, bw, sil w/Donald Sosin piano score, 760ft, 10.13m, 20fps
Mechanical Principles [Gears in Motion and Design] (1930) Ralph Steiner, [Jay Leyda], 35mm, bw, sil, 750ft, 10m, 20fps
Portrait of a Young Man (1925-31) Henwar Rodakiewicz, 16mm, bw, sil, 1296ft, 48m, 18fps

9
A Mirrored Romance
89 minutes

The Thieving Hand (1908) Vitagraph: Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 320ft, 5.34m, 16fps
Living Pictures (1899) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Frederick S. Armitage, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 41ft, 1.52m, 18fps
Diana the Huntress (1916) Pluragraph: Francis Trevelyan Miller, Charles W. Allen, 16mm [35mm orig], bw-clr tint-tone, sil, 784ft, 29m, 18fps
Autumn Fire: A Film Poem (1930-33) Herman G. Weinberg, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 612ft, 22m, 18fps
Case-Sponable Sound Tests [Bragg Recording Tests] (1927) Theodore Case, 35mm, bw, snd, 684ft, 7.6m
Tomato Is Another Day (1933) J. S. Watson, Jr., Alec Wilder, 35mm, bw, snd, 625ft, 6.94m
Mr. Motorboat’s Last Stand (1933)
John A. Flory, [Theodore Huff, Priscilla Peck], video [16mm orig], bw, sil, 589ft, 16.37m

10
Cinema’s Secret Garden: The Amateur as Auteur
102 minutes

Little Geezer (1932) Theodore Huff, video [16mm orig], bw, sil, 410ft, 11.4m
Forest Shadows (c. 1937) James Card, 35mm [16mm orig], bw, sil w/David Knudtson organ music, 1445ft, 19m, 20fps
Impossible Convicts (1905) American Mutoscope & Biograph: G.W. "Billy" Bitzer, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 70ft, 1.94m
Rose Hobart (1936) Joseph Cornell, 16mm, bw-clr tint, sil w/music selections from Nester Amaril’s "Holiday in Brazil," 469ft, 13.01m
Reel 66 [Part One] (1936) Archie Stewart, 16mm, bw-clr, snd, 225ft, 6.25m
[Unidentified film] (c. 1900) Unidentified filmmaker, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 22ft, 0.61m
Cotillion (c.1938-) Joseph Cornell, [Larry Jordan], 16mm, bw, sil, 265ft, 7.36m
Reel 66 [Part Two](1936) Archie Stewart, 16mm, bw-clr, snd, 151ft, 4.20m
Thimble Theater (c. 1940-) Joseph Cornell, [Larry Jordan], 16mm, bw-clr, sil, 166ft, 4.6m
Midnight Party (c. 1938-) Joseph Cornell, [Larry Jordan], 16mm, bw, sil, 115ft, 3.19m, 4.26m
Reel 66 [Part Three](1937) Archie Stewart, 16mm, bw-clr, snd, 242ft, 6.73m
The Children’s Party (c. 1938-) Joseph Cornell, [Larry Jordan], 16mm, clr, sil, 294ft, 8.16m
Reel 66 [Part Four](1937-39) Archie Stewart, 16mm, bw-clr, snd, 159ft, 4.42m
Carrousel — Animal Opera (c. 1940-) Joseph Cornell, [Larry Jordan], 16mm, bw, snd, 206ft, 5.72m
Jack’s Dream (c. 1940-) Joseph Cornell, [Larry Jordan], 16mm, bw, clr, snd, 144ft, 4m

11
Ecstatic Moments Along the River of Time
86 minutes

Storm (1940) MGM: [John Nesbitt’s Passing Parade] Paul Burnford, 35mm, bw, snd, 730ft, 8.19m
Eisenstein’s Mexican Footage [Dance of the Heads & Day of the Dead — camera roll excerpts] (1931) Sergei Eisenstein, Grigory Alexandrov, Edmund Tisse, 35mm, bw, sil, 1260ft, 14m
Miss Tilly Losch in Her Dance of the Hands (c. 1930-33) Norman Bel Geddes, 16mm, bw, sil, 190ft, 7.04m, 18fps
Fragment from Caroland’s Mansion (1938) Frank Stauffacher, 16mm, bw-clr tint, sil, 72ft, 2m, 18fps
Bicycle Polo in San Mateo (1940-42) Frank Stauffacher, 16mm, bw-clr, sil, 108ft, 3m, 18fps
Windy Ledge Farm: Reel 2 (c. 1929-34) Elizabeth Woodman Wright, 16mm, bw, sil, 480ft, 17.7m, 18fps
Nass River Indians (1927-28) J.S.Watson, Jr., C. Maritn Barbeau, 35mm, bw, sil, 1566ft, 20.88m, 20fps
Oramunde (1933) Emlen Etting, 35mm [16mm orig], bw, sil, 878ft, 13m, 18fps

12
First Steps: Early Efforts by Hollywood Directors
86 minutes

Fultah Fisher’s Boarding House (1921) Montague Studios: Frank R. Capra, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 424ft, 15.72m, 18fps
The Enchanted City (1922) Warren Newcombe, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 310ft, 11.48m, 18fps
The Bridge [The Spy] (1929) Charles Vidor, 35mm, bw, sil w/Bob Vaughn organ score, 909ft, 10.1m
The Life and Death of 9413—A Hollywood Extra [The Life and Death of a Hollywood Extra; A Hollywood Extra; Rhapsody of Hollywood; The Blues—A Rhapsody of Hollywood; Holywoood Extra 9413; Suicide of 9413; Suicide of a Hollywood Extra, $97] (1927) Robert Florey, Slavko Vorkapich, Gregg Toland, 35mm, bw, sil w/Donald Sosin piano track, 990ft, 13.20m, 20fps
Tree Trunk to Head (1937) Lewis Jacobs, 16mm, bw, sil, 952ft, 35m, 18fps

13
The World Observed: Hard Facts and The Great Depression
83 minutes

Blacksmithing Scene (1893) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 33ft, 0.29m
The Barber Shop (1893) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 33ft, 0.29m
The Lone Fisherman (1896) Edison Manufacturing: William Heise, James White, 35mm, bw, sil, 109ft, 0.97m
[Indian Club Swinger] (1891)

Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 34 in., bw, sil, 7ft, 0.06m
Caicedo (with Pole) (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 37ft. 0.33m
Annabelle Butterfly Dances [MOMA] (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 50ft, 0.44m
Annabelle Butterfly Dances [LOC] (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 25ft, 0.22m
Annabelle Serpentine Dances [LOC] (1895) Edison Manufacturing: William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 52ft, 0.58m
Annabelle Serpentine Dances [MOMA] (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw-hand clr, sil, 40ft, 0.44m
Sandow (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 40ft, 0.36m
Sandow [1896] American Biograph: Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 24ft, 0.21m
Monkey’s Feast (1903) American Biograph: Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 23ft, 0.20m
The Boxing Cats (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 40ft, 0.36m
Cock Fight (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 40ft, 0.36m
Hornbacker-Murphy Fight (1894) Edison Manufacturing: W.K.L. Dickson, William Heise, 35mm, bw, sil, 69ft, 0.61m
H2O (1929) Ralph Steiner, 35mm, bw, sil, 875ft, 13m, 18fps
Oil — A Symphony in Motion (1933) Artkino: Jean D. Michelson, M. G. MacPherson, 35mm, bw, sil [snd missing], 700ft, 7.78m
Travel Notes (1932) Walker Evans, 35mm, bw, sil, 744ft, 12m, 16fps
America Today & The World in Review (1932-34) [compiled 1979 by Leo Seltzer] Film & Photo League of New York: Leo Seltzer, Tom Brandon, Lewis Jacobs, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, sil, 396ft, 14.67m
Halstead Street (1934) Film & Photo League of Chicago: Conrad Friberg [C.O. Nelson], 16mm, bw, sil, 405ft, 15m, 18fps
[Protest — camera roll excerpts] (1937) Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, snd, sil, 577ft, 6.41m
The World Today: Black Legion [Shadow of Fascism over America] (1936-37) Nykino: Willard Van Dyke, Ralph Steiner [Ben Maddow, Mike Gordon, Irving Lerner, Lionel Berman, Henri Cartier-Bresson], 35mm, bw, snd, 518ft, 5.76m

14
Edgy Movies: Roots and Branches
84 minutes

Ballet mécanique [Kiesler version] (1924)
Fernand Léger, Dudley Murphy, 35mm, bw, sil w/George Antheil’s original 1924 score to film, "Ballet pour instruments mécaniques et percussions," arranged by Paul Lehrman, 1184ft, 15.79m, 20fps

Salome (1922) Alla Nazimova, Natacha Rambova, [Charles Bryant], 35mm, bw, sil w/Donald Sosin piano tracks, 5122ft, 68.29m, 20fps
 

15

Lovers of Cinema
94 minutes

The Fall of the House of Usher (1926-28) J. S. Watson, Jr., Melville Webber, 35mm, bw, sil w/ Alec Wilder score added 1950s, 1189ft, 13m
La Cartomancienne [Fortune Teller] (1932) Jerome Hill, 35mm [16mm orig], bw, clr tint, sil w/snd added 1972, 1065ft, 11.8m
Haiti (1938) Rudolph Burckhardt, 35mm [16mm orig], bw, snd, 1440ft, 16m
Sredni Vashtar by Saki (1940) [completed 1959-83] David Bradley, 16mm, bw, sil w/snd added 1970s, 425ft, 11.8m
Even as You and I (1937) Roger Barlow, Harry Hay, Leroy Robbins, 16mm, bw, sil w/Gershwin’s "An American in Paris," Prokofiev’s "Love for Three Oranges", 432ft, 12m
Lot in Sodom (1930-32) J. S. Watson, Jr., Melville Webber, Alec Wilder, Remsen Wood, 35mm, bw, snd, 2520ft, 28m

16
The Grand Experiment
50 minutes

Danse Macabre (1922) Dudley Murphy, Francis Bruguière, 35mm, bw, sil w/Saint-Saens’ "Danse Macabre," 554ft, 8.21m, 18fps
The Yellow Girl: A Decorative Playlet (1916) Edgar M. Keller, 16mm [35mm orig], bw, clr tint, sil, 931ft, 13m, 18fps
Laureate (1940) Emlen Etting, 16mm, clr, sil, 360ft, 10m
Pathe Review Monsters of the Past (c. 1927)

Pathe Newsreel #237 [‘jes driftin down ole lazy river] (c.1927) Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 158ft , 2m
Cockeyed [Gems from the Memory of a Nutty Cameraman] (c.1927) Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 241ft, 3m
[Unidentified Title] (c.1927) Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 26ft, 0.29m
Plastigrams Stereoscopic Film (c. 1927) Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, red-green anaglyph
3-D, sil, 514ft, 5.7m
 

17

Fantasy
80 minutes

Dreams of a Rarebit Fiend (1906) Edison Manufacturing Co.: Edwin S. Porter, 35mm, bw, clr tint, sil, 270ft, 10m, 18fps
The Bluebird (1918) Maurice Tourner, 35mm, bw-clr tint/tone, sil, 4725ft, 70m, 18fps

18
Realism
83 minutes

City of Contrasts (1931) Irving Browning, 35mm, bw, snd, 1586ft, 17.66m
The Salvation Hunters (1925) Josef von Sternberg, 35mm, bw, sil, 5930ft, 65m

19
Angst
90 minutes

Borderline (1930) Pool Film: Kenneth MacPherson, Winifred Bryher, 35mm, bw, sil, 5400ft, 80m, 18fps

20
Unseen Cinema
15.6 seconds

The Ghost Train (1903) American Mutoscope & Biograph: Unidentified filmmaker, 35mm, bw, sil, 9.5ft, 15.6 sec

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