As some of this is perhaps about intent and ways of thinking I'd push for you to consider those that were never made. Leopold Survage, designs for his 'Le Rythme Colore' for instance. OK it dates from 1913 but being flexible with dates could accomodate an ever so slightly wider range of material.





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On Wed, 13 Dec 2017, Mark Street wrote:

Hey All,

Preparing a brief talk on The Experimental Impulse in Early Cinema.... thinking 
about how it ALL was that way by
definition early on; an inventory of tricks, effusions, failed and successful 
experiments.

Any favorites anyone can recommend? 

Mark



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