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Reference EXEBD 33880
Title Cinema acting as a profession: practical course in cinema acting in ten complete lessons
Author Pickford, Mary
Date c.1920
Place of Publication London
Publisher The Standard Art Book Co. Ltd.
Document Type Printed Book
Library/Archive The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum
Notes A series of ten lessons in acting delivered by actors of the day, and including portrait photographs of each contributor. Lessons include: 'The art of film acting' by Mary Pickford; 'Charlie Chaplin's methods' by Elsie Codd; 'The work of the film producer' by Kenelm Foss; 'General advice' by Aurele Sydney; 'The real cowboy on the screen' by Tom Mix; 'Writing screenplays' by Eliot Stannard; 'The value of specialisation' by Stewart Rome; 'Advanced study' by Jose Collins; 'Things to remember' by Gladys Brockwell.
Topics technical book, acting, actor, film star, producer, production, filmmaker
Copyright The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum