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Working in the World of Propaganda: Creel, Lippmann & Bernays

[ Below, I’ve excerpted a section from my recent paper on early trailers and discourses of social control. This section considers the theoretical and practical writings about a/v entertainments (film) and their marketing (trailers, etc.) by three of the most … Continue reading

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THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION: A Triumph of American AV Propaganda in WW I

In researching an essay on the emergence of the movie trailer in the 1910’s for a special edition of the cinema journal Frames devoted to film promotion, (scheduled for Spring 2013 publication), I’ve been reading some of the foundational texts … Continue reading

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THE MOVIE TRAILER & THE BIRTH OF MODERN PROPAGANDA – Notes toward an essay

I’ve recently had a paper accepted to a special edition of the academic film journal FRAMES, due out in Spring of ’13 and dedicated entirely to movie promotion and marketing, a first ever! Ever since writing about propaganda and movie … Continue reading

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