Exhibition, the film reader


Exhibition, the film reader

edited by Ina Rae Hark

(In focus : Routledge film readers)

Routledge, 2002

  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [183]-187) and index



From the kinetoscope, used by one viewer at a time, to the lavish movie palaces of Hollywood's golden era, the experience of watching films has varied enormously across film. Exhibition, The Film Reader traces the emergence of a culture of moviegoing, exploring the range of venues in which films have been shown and following the fluctuating status of film and the continuning struggle over audiences.


  • Part I - Where the movies were: the nickelodeon theatre 1905-1914 - building an audience for the movies, Russell Merritt
  • another audience - black movie-going from 1907-1916, Gregory Waller
  • nickelodeon nomenclature - the urban picture palaces, Kathryn Helgesen Fuller
  • the movie palace and the theatrical sources of its architectural style, Charlotte Herzog
  • discourses on art house in the 1950s, Barbara Wilinsky
  • the K-Mart audience at the mall movies, William Paul. Part 2 - The business of exhibition: the rise of national theatre chains - Balaban and Katz postscript, Douglas Gregory
  • the relationship between motion picture distribution and exhibition - an analysis of the effects of anti-blind bidding legislation, Suzanne I. Schiller
  • where the drive-in fits into the movie industry, Anthony Downs
  • the evolution of the motion picture theatre business in the 1980s, Thomas Guback. Part 3 - The meanings of the exhibition site, Thomas Guback
  • an acre of seats in a garden of dreams - the stage moves to the screen, Ben M. Hall
  • the "theatre man" and "the girl in the box office", Ina Rae Hark
  • the multiplex - the modern American motion picture theatre as message, Gary Edgerton, film and society - public rituals and private space, Dudley Andrew
  • spectatorial bibliography, Anne Friedberg.

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