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Time travel with Pathé Baby: The small-gauge film collection as historical archive
Focusing on European collectors of the 1930s, this essay argues that historians must consider the private film collection's status as an archive and a source for film historiography. Expand
Home movie-making and Swiss expatriate identities in the 1920s and 1930s
' D ie ganze Schweiz in Feststimmung ...' All Switzerland en fete this was the slogan Kodak chose for the Zurcherlllustrierte in June 1931 to advertise their Cine-Kodak, a 16mm clockwork camera forExpand
Potentials of Digital Technology for Participation of Special Needs Children in Kindergarten
It is concluded that efforts to rise media literacy among kindergarten educators is needed to exploit digital medias potentials. Expand
Cinema Stars in Europe
Stellar Encounters: Stardom in Popular European Cinema participates in the rethinking of European cinema. Its notion of popular European cinema signals a fundamental revision of the assumed binary ofExpand
Documentaries without documents? Ecocinema and the toxic
a recent wave of ecological documentaries made in the United States and Europe appear to confer with this sense that waste is something to which we are blind. These documentaries forecast anExpand
Autosonntag (Switzerland, 1930) -- A Film Safari in the Swiss Alps
Two couples discover the attractions of the mountain world. With the cine camera they bring along, they record domestic animals and farmers, vegetation and impressive views. The result is aExpand
The Kid Selfie as Self-Inscription: Reinventing an Emerging Media Practice
Adopting a media-archaeological perspective, Alexandra Schneider and Wanda Strauven suggest putting the kid selfie in relation to different intertwining genealogies of writing (-graphy) practices,Expand