New York's Animation Culture: Advertising, Art, Design and Film, 1939-1940 (Hardcover)

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Acknowledgements List of Figures Chapter 1. Introduction "New York is NOT America" Themes of Animation Expanded and Micro Histories Chapter 2. The City Fifth Avenue's Animated Shop Windows Artistic Motion and Commercial Motion Douglas Leigh on Broadway Animation, Art and Memory Value Rockefeller Center and the Hall of Motion Chapter 3. The World's Fair Walter Dorwin Teague and the Cycle of Production Rhythm and Design Norman Bel Geddes and Futurama Animating Design The Art of Motion at the Fair Chapter 4. The Gallery Norman McLaren and Motion Itself Dwinell Grant: Composing Animation Movement Between Media Mary Ellen Bute and Kinetic Space Chapter 5. The Cinema Pinocchio in New York Fantasia as a New Form of Cinema Animated Film at the Fair Chapter 6. Conclusion

About the Author


Kristian Moen is Senior Lecturer in Film at the University of Bristol. He is the author of Film and Fairy Tales: The Birth of Modern Fantasy, as well as a number of other works which explore animation, fantasy, film history and modernity.


Product Details
ISBN: 9783030279301
ISBN-10: 3030279308
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: December 6th, 2019
Pages: 222
Language: English