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Breathing Underwater
Pablo Valdivia's debut collection, Respirar bajo el agua (Breathing Underwater), stands as a conversation between...
Choice of Uppercuts, A
An uppercut, in boxing, is a punch that comes from underneath and hits you on...
Sarrasine: A Screenplay
In Montreal, at the beginning of the century, an Italian accidentally shot and killed a...
Blue Ashes: Selected Poems (1982-1998)
Gay literature will never be the same after this book. This book is unique in...
Wings Folded in Cracks
Where other poets of his generation developed strategies of deconstruction, Jean-Pierre Vallotton invented a brave...
First Secrets and Other Poems
The images are limpid and precise: the poet's hand is sure in creating images that...
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the young unknown artists, Arnaldo Ginna, Bruno Corra, and Leopold Survage, chose cinema in order to expand their artistic expression. Contrary to Vasili Kandinski, Franz Marc, Pablo Picasso and Arnold Schonberg, these artists' interest in cinema was intense and unwavering. Ginni, Corra, and Survage pave the way for the outburst of the 1920s avant-garde films. Enzo Nicola Terzano studies how these experimental films fused painting and the new technology in fascinating and exquisite ways.
On the Birth of Experimental Cinema

Enzo Nicola Terzano, Nina Robinson
2010
On the Birth of Experimental Cinema
The Past at Our Feet
The Man Who Delivers Clouds
The Inventor of the Horse
The Clarity of Voices: Selected Poems 1974-1981
In the Claws of the Cat
Directory of the Vulnerable
The Wall of the Earth
Émile Nelligan: Selected Poems
Farida
Love Poems: A Selection
Palestine
Girls Closed In