THE “I” OF THE CAMERA – Judith of Bethulia (1913) – by William Rothman

Essays in Film Criticism, History, and Aesthetics William Rothman © Cambridge University Press 1988 Judith of Bethulia (1913) was D. W. Griffith’s first feature-length film. Griffith devoted extraordinary energy and attention to its making. Indeed, he broke irrevocably with the Biograph management, for whom he had directed over five hundred short films, by his refusal … Continue reading THE “I” OF THE CAMERA – Judith of Bethulia (1913) – by William Rothman