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On the Birth of Experimental Cinema
Guernica Editions, Fall 2010
56 pages
Trade Paperback
ISBN13: 9781550712223
ISBN10: 1550712225
Translated from the Italian
$9.00 Canada, $9.00 US

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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.

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