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The Translation of Films, 1900-1950$
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Carol O'Sullivan and Jean-François Cornu

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780197266434

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: September 2019

DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197266434.001.0001

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Conclusion The public face of film translation history

Conclusion The public face of film translation history

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(p.291) 16 Conclusion The public face of film translation history
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The Translation of Films, 1900-1950
Author(s):
Carol O’

Jean-François Cornu

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British Academy
DOI:10.5871/bacad/9780197266434.003.0016

This concluding chapter goes beyond summing up the main issues addressed in the volume. It emphasises how its methodology was designed to foster an awareness of the significant stakes of film translation history for film history in general. It provides further leads to expand and deepen our knowledge of translated films as essential elements of film history and the film-going experience. A core element of the volume, key archival issues include the accurate identification and cataloguing of prints of translated films: silent films with localised intertitles, dubbed and subtitled versions of talking films. The editors remind the readers how they intend the volume to be a first step in identifying the material aspect of film translation history, and sharing the findings and related excitement with the general public.

Keywords:   Audience, archival issues, cataloguing, film-going experience, print identification, audiovisual translation history

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