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Lehmanns Verlag. Jennifer Lynn Peterson Autor. Through innovative readings of travelogues and other nonfiction films exhibited in the United States between and , Jennifer Lynn Peterson offers new insights into the aesthetic and commercial history of early cinema.
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In the earliest years of cinema, travelogues were a staple of variety film programs in commercial motion picture theaters. These short films, also known as "scenics," depicted tourist destinations and exotic landscapes otherwise inaccessible to most viewers. Scenics were so popular that they were briefly touted as the future of film. But despite their pervasiveness during the early twentieth century, travelogues have been overlooked by film historians and critics.
Through innovative readings of travelogues and other nonfiction films exhibited in the United States between and , she offers fresh insights into the aesthetic and commercial history of early cinema and provides a new perspective on the intersection of American culture, imperialism, and modernity in the nickelodeon era. Peterson describes the travelogue's characteristic form and style and demonstrates how imperialist ideologies were realized and reshaped through the moving image. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Fischer Lucy. Castro Street: The sensibility of style.
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