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Celluloid is a tough, highly flammable substance consisting essentially of cellulose nitrate and camphor, used in the manufacture of motion-picture and x-ray film and other products.
Celluloid is motion-picture film.
Celluloid is Informal. of or involving motion pictures.
Celluloid is a flammable thermoplastic material consisting of cellulose nitrate mixed with a plasticizer, usually camphor: used in sheets, rods, and tubes for making a wide range of articles
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Drawing attention to the special qualities of 16mm and 35mm celluloid film, Celluloid presents the work of Tacita Dean, Joao Maria Gusmao & Pedro Paiva, Rosa Barba and Luis Recorder & Sandra Gibson--artists who incorporate, in complex films and installations, celluloid film into their oeuvres....Read More
British Pop Music in Film and TV 1965-1974
The definitive guide to the decade when swinging London was the film capital of the world. Illustrated throughout with colour images of the period, Psychedelic Celluloid covers over 300 British and European films and TV shows from the Beatles via Bond spin offs to crazy personal follies de grandeur, Blow Up and its imitators,...Read More
From Bollywood to the Emergency
In Indian Cinema in the Time of Celluloid, Ashish Rajadhyaksha argues that any exploration of the social uses to which cinema is put in a place like India can only make sense if it transforms our understanding of cinema itself. Taking as his timeframe the era of celluloid, which is also marked by public experiences of spectator...Read More
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