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A Quarterly Devoted To The Arts Of Films

- First and last issue: 1927-1933
- An early serious and advanced analysis of film.
- Covered such films as those from Eisenstein and Pudovkin.
- Edited by Kenneth Macpherson.

Monthly/Quarterly
Magazine
from
United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
6 March 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 GALLERIES: 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 All DATABASE INFO
54 listed issue(s)
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Issue 54
December 1933



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Issue 53
September 1933



Issue 52
June 1933



Issue 51
March 1933



Issue 50
December 1932



Issue 49
September 1932



Issue 48
June 1932



Issue 47
March 1932



Issue 46
December 1931



Issue 45
September 1931



Issue 44
June 1931



Issue 43
March 1931



Issue 42
Vol 7 # 6 December 1930



Issue 41
Vol 7 # 5 November 1930



Issue 40
Vol 7 # 4 October 1930



Issue 39
Vol 7 # 3 September 1930



Issue 38
Vol 7 # 2 August 1930



Issue 37
Vol 7 # 1 July 1930



Issue 36
Vol 6 # 6 June 1930



Issue 35
Vol 6 # 5 May 1930



Issue 34
Vol 6 # 4 April 1930



Issue 33
Vol 6 # 3 March 1930



Issue 32
Vol 6 # 2 February 1930



Issue 31
Vol 6 # 1 January 1930



Issue 30
Vol 5 # 6 December 1929



Issue 29
Vol 5 # 5 November 1929



Issue 28
Vol 5 # 4 October 1929



Issue 27
Vol 5 # 3 September 1929



Issue 26
Vol 5 # 2 August 1929



Issue 25
Vol 5 # 1 July 1929



Issue 24
Vol 4 # 6 June 1929



Issue 23
Vol 4 # 5 May 1929



Issue 22
Vol 4 # 4 April 1929



Issue 21
Vol 4 # 3 March 1929



Issue 20
Vol 4 # 2 February 1929



Issue 19
Vol 4 # 1 January 1929



Issue 18
Vol 3 # 6 December 1928



Issue 17
Vol 3 # 5 November 1928



Issue 16
Vol 3 # 4 October 1928



Issue 15
Vol 3 # 3 September 1928


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