- Here are entered works on short films from the early years of cinema that emphasize apparent transformations through the use of trick photography or special optical effects.
- found: The dream of a rarebit fiend, 1906.
- found: Yee, M.M. Moving image materials, 1988 (Trick films; use for films made during the period of early cinema, up to ca. 1907, in which apparent transformations occur, primarily through the use of camera techniques)
- found: Lopez, D. Films by genre, c1993 (Trick film; trick films are essentially special effects films, although the term trick film is usually restricted to films which make extensive use of trick photography or special optical effects such as stop motion, fast and slow motion, multiple exposure and the use of mattes)
- found: Everitt, D. Film tricks, 1980.
Here are entered works on short films from the early years of cinema that emphasize apparent transformations through the use of trick photography or special optical effects.
- 1998-09-11: new
- 2015-12-01: revised
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