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Incident

Date produced: 1928

Description:

"Third prize of $150, in the dramatic division went to the Undergraduate Motion Pictures of Princeton University for 'Incident,' which was marked by some extraordinary cinematography. This was in 16 millimeters." Photoplay, Nov. 1929, 67-86.


Hey-Hey!

Date produced: 1925

Description:

"The Motion Picture Club of the Oranges was formed in 1924 and, after a year's work, produced a two-reel picture, 'Love by Proxy'. which attracted considerable attention in amateur circles. This was made on 16 millimiter film. Then the club made a two-reel 35 millimiter production, 'Hey-Hey!'." Photoplay, Jun. 1928, 66-7.


Love by Proxy

Date produced: 1925

Description:

"The Motion Picture Club of the Oranges was formed in 1924 and, after a year's work, produced a two-reel picture, 'Love by Proxy'. which attracted considerable attention in amateur circles. This was made on 16 millimiter film. Then the club made a two-reel 35 millimiter production, 'Hey-Hey!'." Photoplay, Jun. 1928, 66-7.


And How!

Date produced: 1927

Filmmaker(s):

Russell T. Ervin

Description:

"This proved to be an unusual serio-comedy, telling of a restless young husband and how he was cured. It was very well acted by Alfred Fontana as the husband, Margaret Ervin as the vamp, Anne Howe, and Beatrice Traendly as the wife. The directon of Russell T. Ervin Jr. was remarkably good, revealing an unusual facility for telling a story concisely and quickly. Then too, he understood how to cover any histrionic imperfections of his cast. 'And How!' is a suprisingly neat amateur film" Photoplay, June. 1928, 66


Sophistication

Date produced: 1928

Filmmaker(s):

Jack Nevin

Description:

"This drama, something of a satire upon life as reflected by the tabloids, was written, acted and filmed by a group of youngsters." Photoplay, Nov. 1929, 86


Inland Sea of Japan, The

Date produced: 1928

Filmmaker(s):

Khoji Tsukamoto

Description:

"ASIDE from the honorable mentions already noted, another was given to Koji Tsukamoto,of Tokio, Japan, for his lovely 9 millimeter entry, "The Inland Sea of Japan." This contestant achieved some astonishing results with a difficult medium." Photoplay, Nov. 1929, 86


Nemesis

Date produced: 1928

Filmmaker(s):

Leonard Clairmont

Description:

"Another honorable mention goes to Leonard Clairmont, of 6247 Banner Place, Hollywood, Calif., for his tragedy, "Nemesis." Mr. Clairmont is an amateur cinematographer, although he is employed as a retoucher in a professional movie studio. "Nemesis" cost exactly $92.50. This entry was in 35 millimeters." Photoplay, Nov. 1929, 86


Summer

Date produced: 1928

Filmmaker(s):

Hiram Percy Maxim


What Does It Matter?

Date produced: 1928

Filmmaker(s):

Edward Jacobsen


Our Metropolis

Date produced: 1928

Filmmaker(s):

Edward Jacobsen

Description:

"EDWARD E. JACOBSEN, of 9 East 41st Street, New York City, won the fourth prize in the non-dramatic division for his short study of New York City, "Our Metropolis." Mr. Jacobsen also submitted a drama, "What Does It Matter?," which was given an honorable mention. His study of Manhattan was deemed of greater merit, presenting some fine photography and excellent choice of subject. Both films were in 16 millimeter width, Mr. Jacobsen using a Bell and Howell Filmo. Mr. Jacobsen, by the way, is an art director of an advertising agency." Photoplay, Nov. 1929, 86


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