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Unidentified photographer, Scene from the film 'Metropolis' showing the destroyed Heart Machine, 1926, Gelatin silver print, film still, Bassenge Photography Auctions, Photography 19th-21st Century (1 June 2011) Lot: 4216, LL/43749
Film stills
Improving content
525.01   Improving content on Filmmaking and Cinema
Film stills
525.02   Film stills
Continuity shots
525.03   John Divola: Continuity - Film set photographs of bars
525.04   Georges Méliès: Voyage dans la Lune (1902)
525.05   Use of a cased photograph in the film "The Birth of a Nation" (1915)
525.06   Carl Mayer & Hans Janowitz: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
525.07   Sergei Eisenstein: Strike (1925)
525.08   Dziga Vertov:The Man with a Movie Camera (1929)
525.09   Fritz Lang: M (1931)
525.10   German Expressionism: Vampyr (1932)
525.11   Fritz Lang: The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933)
525.12   Leni Riefenstahl: Triumph of the Will (1935)
525.13   Leni Riefenstahl: Day of Freedom (1935)
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