Film Citation

TITLE
The birth of a nation

DIRECTOR
Griffith, D. W.

COUNTRY OF PROD.
United States

YEAR
1915

LANGUAGE
English

PRODUCTION CO.
Epoch Producing Company

GENRES
Adaptation
Historical
Melodrama
Political
War

SUBJECTS
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Drama
Southern States -- Race relations -- Drama
Racism -- United States -- Drama
Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) -- Drama
Reconstruction -- Drama
Women -- Southern States -- History -- 1865-1900 -- Drama

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  3. Griffith's "Birth of a nation" is a masterpiece - - Motion Picture News - 1915 Mar - 1 page - - review -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
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  7. "Nation," passed by censors, will be shown in Philadelphia - - Motion Picture News - 1915 Sep 04 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  8. The birth of a nation - - Motion Picture News - 1915 Jun 19 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  9. Kansas court grants injunction against "Birth of a nation" - - Moving Picture World, The - 1917 Jul 28 - 1 page - - article
  10. Wm. Cranston joins Allen Bros. forces - - - 1918 Aug 12 - 1 page - - article
  11. D.W. Griffith - - - 1916 jan 01 - 1 page - - article
  12. Louis B. Mayer - - - 1918 Feb 16 - 1 page - - article
  13. Nashville censors permit film to run over protest of negroes - - - 1918 Feb 16 - 1 page - - article
  14. Thirs "Birth of nation" engagement - - - 1918 - 1 page - - article
  15. Crowds see "Birth of nation" - - Moving Picture World, The - 1918 Feb 16 - 1 page - - article
  16. Dixon's "One woman" is ready for camera - - - 1918 - 1 page - - article
  17. Griffith pictures go big in Alaska - - - - 1 page - - article
  18. "Nation" film back for third showing - - - 1918 - 1 page - - article
  19. No "Birth of nation" shows near colored troops - - Moving Picture World, The - 1918 - 1 page - - article
  20. Fairbanks engages Henaberry - - Moving Picture World, The - 1917 - 1 page - - article
  21. "Birth of a nation" for London - - Moving Picture World, The - 1915 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  22. "Birth of a nation" in Norfolk, Virginia - - Moving Picture World, The - 1915 Oct 09 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  23. "Birth of a nation" bill becomes law - - Moving Picture World, The - 1915 Jun - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  24. Griffith gets theatre for "The clansman" - - Motion Picture News - 1915 Feb 20 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  25. Sherman and "Birth of a nation" - - Moving Picture World, The - - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  26. Walthal still with Balboa - - Moving Picture World, The - 1915 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  27. "The clansman" is wonderful - - Riverside Daily Press - - 1 page - - review -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  28. Trouble over "The clansman" - Henry Christeen Warnack - - 1915 Feb - 2 pages - - article
  29. The birth of a nation. Advertisement. - - Los Angeles Times - 1915 Feb 09 - 2 pages - - advertisement
  30. The birth of a nation. Advertisement. - - - 1915 - 2 pages - - advertisement
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  36. Jackson bill passes in Illinois - - - 1917 - 1 page - - article
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  41. A statement by the Roosevelt University Film Society regarding the showing of The birth of a nation - - Roosevelt University Film Society - - 1 page - - program note -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  42. The birth of a controversy - Dick Sheppard - Los Angeles Herald Examiner - 1978 apr 02 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  43. Cancel Griffith's "Birth" of 1915 when "racist" slant revealed - - - - 1 page - - article
  44. "Birth of a nation" dies after attack - Philip Hager - Los Angeles Times - 1980 Jun 13 - 1 page - - article
  45. Vandalism closes "Birth of a nation" - Bill Wallace - San Francisco Chronicle - 1980 Jun 11 - 1 page - p. 2 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  46. Protesters shut down a classic film - Lynn Ludlow - San Francisco Examiner - 1980 Jun 12 - 2 pages - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  47. In Toleranceville, a protest rated "X" - - - 1980 Jun 15 - 1 page - - article
  48. A bad show all around - Daniel Wilkens - San Francisco Chronicle - 1980 Jun 14 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  49. Free speech - Charles R. Kelly - San Francisco Chronicle - 1980 Jun 17 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  50. The Richelieu incident - - San Francisco Chronicle - 1980 Jun 16 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  51. The birth of a nation: An assessment - Seymour Stern - American Classic Screen - 1980 nov - 6 pages - pp 26-31 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  52. The birth of a nation - Russell Merritt - University of Wisconsin, Madison. Communication Arts Department - - 5 pages - - program note -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  53. The birth of a nation - - Canyon Cinema - 1988 - 1 page - - distributor materials -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  54. The birth of a nation - - Lumivision Corporation - 1991 - 1 page - - distributor materials -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  55. Birth of a nation, The - - Monthly Film Bulletin - - 1 page - - review -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  56. In 'The birth of a nation,' the birth of serious film - Molly Haskell - New York Times - 1995 Nov 20 - 1 page - p C5 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
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  58. The birth of a nation by John Cuniberti - Anthony Slide - Films In Review - 1981 May - 1 page - pp 306-307 - article
  59. Griffith masterpiece as exciting as ever - Paine Knickerbocker - San Francisco Chronicle - 1962 Feb 07 - 1 page - - review -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  60. Racism, history, and mass media - Mark Pinsky - Jump Cut - 1983 Apr - 2 pages - pp 66-67 - article
  61. The birth of "the birth of a nation" - Bosley Crowther - - 1965 Feb 07 - 5 pages - - article
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  71. The teleological text: Causality and design in The birth of a nation - Janet Staiger - - 1978 Nov 29 - 14 pages - - manuscript
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  75. D'Homere a Proust: de Griffith a Bresson - Louis Jouvet - Cinematographe - 1977 Nov - 4 pages - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
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  78. D.W. Griffith: Part two: The feature films: 1914-1931 - Tom Gunning; Ron Mottram - Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) - 1975 Jan 23 - 64 pages - - program note
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  80. Cinema 609 film schedule - - Gallery 609 - 1979 - 6 pages - - press kit -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  81. The D.W. Griffith film festival: The Birth of a Nation (1915) - Iris Barry - Roosevelt University Film Society - 1955 Apr 14 - 3 pages - - program note -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  82. "Birth" blasted by Harry Brandt - - - 1947 - 1 page - - article
  83. Three of "Birth of a nation" cast still active in movies - Bob (Critic) Thomas - - 1954 - 1 page - - article
  84. "Birth of a nation" due for remake---cost, $8,000,000 - - San Francisco Chronicle - 1954 Dec 02 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  85. Dixie's color war revives "Nation"; Baltimore rescinds earlier ban, ignores inter-racial protests - - - 1958 - 1 page - - article
  86. Students protest "Birth of a nation" - - Oakland Tribune - 1960 - 1 page - - article
  87. "Birth of a nation" revival here declared a good turn for reds - Walter White - New York Herald Tribune - 1947 Oct 19 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  88. "The birth of a nation" plagued by money headaches from start - Bob (Critic) Thomas - - 1954 - 1 page - - article
  89. Plan to remake film classic starts "Storm" all over again - Bob (Critic) Thomas - - 1954 - 1 page - - article
  90. Bibliography of articles on Birth of a nation in the Oakland Tribune - - - - 1 page - - manuscript
  91. W.S. Griffith's Birth of a Nation - - - - 1 page - - flyer
  92. Protest - - Young Progressives of Illinois - - 1 page - - flyer
  93. An accounting is sought on 'The Birth of a Nation' - Bosley Crowther - New York Times - 1965 Jan 04 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  94. The birth of 'The Birth of a Nation' - Bosley Crowther - New York Times Magazine - 1965 Feb 07 - 6 pages - 24-25, 83-85 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  95. Controversial film approved - Stanton Caldwell - Willamette Collegian - 1967 Apr 14 - 2 pages - - article
  96. Seek accounting re 'Birth of a Nation' in continuous confusion for 50 years - - Variety - 1965 Jan 13 - 1 page - 12 - article
  97. No rebirth of D.W.'s 'Birth of a Nation' - Roy E. Aitken - Variety - 1965 Jan 13 - 1 page - 12 - article
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  103. Art film of the week - Aaron Sheley - Entertainment Today (Periodical) - 2006 Aug 18 - 1 page - 12 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  104. Michael Powell's guilty pleasures - Michael Powell - Film Comment - 1981 Jul - 4 pages - 28-31 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  105. The twelfth life achievement award recipient: Lillian Gish - - American Film Institute - 1984 Feb 15 - 3 pages - 10-12 - program note
  106. The movies, Mr. Griffith, and Lillian Gish - - Detroit Institute of Arts - - 2 pages - - program
  107. Hollywood honors Lillian Gish for work that stands the test of time - Aljean Harmetz - New York Times - 1984 Mar 1 - 1 page - 22 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  108. Lillian Gish - a tribute to a trouper - Anita Loos - New York Times - 1980 Sep 14 - 2 pages - 1, 19 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  109. Unbreakable blossom - Richard Schickel - The New York Times Book Review - 2001 Mar 04 - 1 page - 6 - book review
  110. Lillian Gish: a national treasure, still a trouper - Stewart McBride - Christian Science Monitor - 1982 sep 23 - 6 pages - B1-B3, B6 - article
  111. Then and now: Lillian Gish - Seymour Peck - New York Times Magazine - 1960 apr 17 - 3 pages - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  112. Lillian Gish: a life remembered - Nancy Blaine - LA Village View - 1993 Mar 05 - 1 page - 16 - article
  113. Lillian Gish, 99, star since films began, dies - Albin Krebs - New York Times - 1993 Mar 01 - 2 pages - A1, C13 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  114. Forever Gish - David Edelstein - Première - 1987 Oct - 1 page - 63 - article
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  116. Masterful Gish - David Bianculli - New York Post - 1988 jul 11 - 3 pages - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  117. The birth of a nation - Charles Taylor - New York Times - 2011 Sep 18 - 1 page - 40 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
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  119. The birth of a nation in retrospect - Seymour Stern - International Photographer - 1996 Mar - 4 pages - 50+52; 58 - article
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  124. Lilian Gish: film's unbroken blossom - Sheila Benson - Los Angeles Times - February 26, 1984 - 4 pages - 1; 18-20 - interview
  125. Lillian Gish the author talks on D.W. Griffith - Howard Thompson - New York Times - April 18, 1969 - 1 page - 32 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  126. The legendary Lillian Gish still has much to do - John Fitzgerald - San Francisco Chronicle - August 22, 1982 - 2 pages - 20; 22 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  127. Her life has been a grand adventure - - San Francisco Chronicle - April 17, 1984 - 1 page - 34 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  128. TV: American salute to Lillian Gish - John J. O'Connor - New York Times - April 17, 1984 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  129. Lillian Gish's story: memories of a century - John J. O'Connor - New York Times - 7/11/1988 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  130. A graceful toast to miss Gish - Michael Grieg - San Francisco Chronicle - 1968 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  131. Film institute award for Lillian Gish - - San Francisco Chronicle - 10/1/1983 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  132. A prim star dollies in on her director - Tom Prideaux - Life Magazine - May 2, 1979 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  133. Like walking into another world - Terrence O'Flaherty - San Francisco Chronicle - June 5, 1980 - 1 page - 62 - review -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  134. Lillian Gish - - San Francisco International Film Festival - 1968 - 1 page - - program note
  135. Lillian Gish: an actor's life - Michael Dougan - San Francisco Examiner - July 14, 1988 - 1 page - D-5 - review -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
  136. Lillian Gish: The UCLA Film Archives in association with the American Film Institute present a tribute to Lillian Gish - - - - 3 pages - - program
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  141. The dainty and durable Miss Lillian Gish - Norman K. Dorn - San Francisco Chronicle - September 25, 1977 - 1 page - - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
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  143. Gish's achievement award - - San Francisco Chronicle - March 3, 1984 - 1 page - 36 - article -- Restricted. Please click here for detailed citation and access information
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