Reference : 'Hare Majesteit de Smalfilm' - De making of de vroege amateurfilm(er)
Scientific journals : Article
Arts & humanities : History
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/31200
'Hare Majesteit de Smalfilm' - De making of de vroege amateurfilm(er)
Dutch
van der Heijden, Tim mailto [Universiteit Maastricht > Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences]
Aasman, Susan mailto [Rijksuniversiteit Groningen - RUG > Faculty of Arts]
2014
Tijdschrift voor Mediageschiedenis
Boom Lemma Uitgeverij
17
1
The making of media
7-26
Yes
1387-649X
2213-7653
Amsterdam
The Netherlands
[en] Media history ; Amateur film ; Photography
[en] This article reconstructs the world of the Dutch amateur film around 1930; a dynamic period during which the amateur film gradually developed from being just one branch of photography (cinematography) to becoming an independent film discipline. On the basis of a series of articles about amateur film, published in the photography magazine 'Focus', we shed light on the changing creative processes and discourses of early amateur films and by extension the ‘making of’ early amateur filmmakers themselves. The series, which was written by a beginning amateur filmmaker on the threshold of the ‘Nederlandse Smalfilmliga’ [Dutch Amateur Film League] (1931) and the amateur film magazine 'Het Veerwerk' (1932), offers an interesting insider view of the world of amateur films as it is taking shape. Taking the themes that are covered in the series – ranging from simple films of children and holidays to editing – and the associated user dynamics, the article throws light on the amateur filmmakers’ quest for a distinct production culture and way of creating films.
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students ; General public
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/31200
http://www.tmgonline.nl/index.php/tmg/article/view/112

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