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  1. D.W. Griffith: An American Life by Richard Schickel, 2004-07-01
  2. D.W. Griffith and the Origins of American Narrative Film: THE EARLY YEARS AT BIOGRAPH by Tom Gunning, 1993-09-01
  3. D.W. Griffith's the Birth of a Nation: A History of the Most Controversial Motion Picture of All Time by Melvyn Stokes, 2008-01-15
  4. The Films of D. W. Griffith (Cambridge Film Classics) by Scott Simmon, 1993-07-30
  5. Adventure With D.W. Griffith by Karl BROWN, 1973-01-01
  6. D.W. Griffith's Intolerance: Its Genesis and Its Vision by William M. Drew, 2001-09
  7. Adventures with D.W. Griffith by Karl Brown, 1988-05-03
  8. D W GRIFFITH LIFE & WORK (Cinema classics) by Henderson, 1985-08-01
  9. The Man Who Invented Hollywood (The Autobiography Of D. W. Griffith) by D. W Griffith, 1972
  11. D. W. Griffith: The Years at Biograph by Henderson, 1970-12
  12. D. W. Griffith's Film, The Birth of a Nation: The Film that Transformed America by Michael R. Hurwitz, 2006-09-18
  13. Dinner with D. W. Griffith and Other Memories by Joseph Woodson Oglesby, 2006-03-22
  14. Orphans Of The Storm by D. W. Griffith, Henry MacMahon, 2010-09-10

1. D. W. Griffith - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
D. W. griffith has been called the father of film grammar. Few scholars still hold that his innovations really began with him, but griffith was a key
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Birth name David Llewelyn Wark Griffith Born January 22
La Grange, Kentucky
United States Died July 23
Hollywood, California
United States Spouse(s) Linda Arvidson
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1936 Lifetime achievement David Llewelyn Wark "D. W." Griffith January 22 July 23 ) was a premier pioneering American film director . He is best known as the director of the controversial 1915 film The Birth of a Nation and the subsequent film Intolerance
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Griffith was born in La Grange, Kentucky to Jacob "Roaring Jake" Griffith and Mary Perkins Oglesby . His father was a Confederate Army colonel, a Civil War hero, and a Kentucky legislator. D.W. was educated by his older sister, Mattie , in a one-room country school. His father died when he was 10, upon which the family experienced serious financial hardships. At age 14, D.W.'s mother abandoned the farm and moved the family to Louisville where she opened a boarding house, which failed shortly. D.W. left high school to help with the finances, taking a job first in a dry goods store, and, later, in a bookstore.

2. D.W. Griffith
Director The Birth of a Nation. griffith was born in rural Kentucky to Jacob.
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Date of Birth: 22 January LaGrange, Kentucky, USA more Date of Death: 21 July , Hollywood, California, USA (cerebral hemorrhage) more Mini Biography: Griffith was born in rural Kentucky to Jacob "Roaring Jake" Griffith,... more Trivia: By 1909 he was turning out 2 to 3 films per week. more Awards: 3 wins more Alternate Names: David W. Griffith / David Wark Griffith / Lawrence Griffith / Granville Hicks / Capt. Victor Marier / Captain Victor Marier / Victor Marier / Irene Sinclair / Roy Sinclair / Granville Warwick / Gaston de Tolignac / M. Gaston de Tolignac

3. American Masters . D.W. Griffith | PBS
At the pinnacle of his worldwide prominence, D.W. griffith screened his films for the urban workingclass as well as for presidents at the White House.
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"To watch his work is like being witness to the beginning of melody, or the first conscious use of the lever or the wheel; the emergence, coordination, and first eloquence of language; the birth of an art: and to realize that this is all the work of one man." - James Agee L illian Gish called him "the father of film" and Charlie Chaplin called him "the teacher of us all." At the pinnacle of his worldwide prominence, D.W. Griffith screened his films for the urban working-class as well as for presidents at the White House. Griffith’s films became part of history in the making—unleashing the power of movies as a catalyst for social change. More than anyone of the silent era, he saw film’s potential as an expressive medium, and exploited that potential.
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4. D.W. Griffith
Is there anyone today – any historian, any student of film, anyone with the least political sensitivity – who will dare to praise D.W. griffith?
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The Birth of a Nation prevents it from even being shown in most venues. The content of this one film, out of the more than 400 directed by Griffith, taints his entire oeuvre and prevents any kind of objective analysis of his films. In 1999, the Screen Directors' Guild removed his name from their lifetime achievement award. Griffith remains the most reviled and detested film director in history, with the possible exception of Leni Riefenstahl. Even the most flattering biography of Griffith, by Richard Schickel, describes his drunken, maudlin escapades after his star had fallen, his blind lack of business acumen, his unconscious but insidious racism, his self-defeating egomania.

5. D. W. Griffith (1875-1948)
Despite D. W. griffith’s central position in film history as the cinema’s most influential director, his legacy has still not been fully assimilated by most
D. W. Griffith (1875-1948) by William M. Drew
Fired with an ambition to become a great playwright, Griffith began working on the stage in Louisville at the age of 20 and was soon touring the country in stock companies. For a decade he alternated work on the stage with manual labor, holding a variety of jobseverything from shoveling ore to picking hops between theatrical engagements. During play rehearsals when he was not on stage, he continued to write. His ambition to become a playwright was given a boost in 1907 when James K. Hackett produced a play he had written entitled A Fool and a Girl. It proved such a flop, however, that, out of sheer necessity, Griffith and his young actress wife, Linda Arvidson, whom he had married in 1906, then turned to the new motion picture industry for their livelihood. Griffith began his work in motion pictures near the end of 1907 by playing the lead in Rescued from an Eagle’s Nest , directed by Edwin S. Porter for the Edison Company and released in early 1908. Griffith soon moved to the Biograph Company in New York City, where he both acted in films and provided stories. When Biograph’s chief director became ill, Griffith was hired as a replacement. With the release of his first film

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Mr. D. W. griffith, the creator of the film, took the stand and denied that there was anything in The Birth of a Nation which could be objected to.
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David Walk Griffith was born in Oldham County, Kentucky, on 22nd January, 1875. Griffith attempted to become a writer but only managed to have one of his plays performed.
In 1907 Griffith moved to Hollywood and tried to sell a script to a movie producer, Edwin S. Porter. H e rejected the script but gave him a part in a film he was making. After appearing in Rescued from an Eagle's Nest (1907) Griffith managed to find work as a director with the Biograph Company. Over the next six years Griffith made over 400 films. During this period he discovered Mary Pickford and gave her the leading role in his picture The Little Teacher
Griffith wanted to make feature-length films but when this idea was reject ed he left the Biograph Company.

7. D.W. Griffith:: A Bibliography Of Materials In The UC Berkeley Libraries
D.W. griffith and the Birth of Classical Cinema from Literature. In Film and Literature An Introduction and Reader / Timothy Corrigan. pp 1925.
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"David Wark Griffith." In: Great film directors : a critical anthology / edited by Leo Braudy and Morris Dickstein New York : Oxford University Press, 1978
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Family secrets : the feature films of D.W. Griffith / Michael Allen. London: British Film Institute, 1999.
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"Dickens, Griffith, and Film Theory Today." In: Silent Film / edited, and with an introduction by Richard Abel. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1996. Rutgers Depth of Field Series. pp: 145-62.
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8. Bright Lights Film Journal | D.W. Griffith
In Lillian Gish s last years, when she was a peachesand-cream old lady, she talked openly and frequently about D. W. griffith (1875-1948), the director who
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To be automatically notified when the next issue is posted, join our mailing list home current issue archives ... links Making History D. W. Griffith on DVD A weighty package of early films by the cinematic titan By Matthew Kennedy In Lillian Gish 's last years, when she was a peaches-and-cream old lady, she talked openly and frequently about D. W. Griffith (1875-1948), the director who defined her early film career. At every opportunity she spoke of him in superlatives, and in a 1970s conversation that appears in Kino's magnum new D. W. Griffith DVD box set, she calls him "the father of film" as casually as if she were calling him "daddy." Many film historians routinely bestow such distinctions on the prickly Kentucky-born son of a Confederate officer. It comes off as a bit of hyperventilation, especially in light of the early feature-length work of contemporaries Raoul Walsh Regeneration ), Giovanni Pastrone (

9. Mainly About D.W. Griffith
No volume on the subject of directing would be complete without the mention of D.W. griffith. And yet it is utterly impossible to deal with D.W. griffith in
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By Peter Milne (1922) Chapter VIII - Mainly About D.W. Griffith
The producer and director of The Birth of a Nation, Hearts of the World, Way Down East , and Orphans of the Storm works with amazing disregard of system. Others attempt his methods of procedure and come more often to grief than to glory. No volume on the subject of directing would be complete without the mention of D.W. Griffith. And yet it is utterly impossible to deal with D.W. Griffith in any comprehensive way. The producer of the first great picture The Birth of a Nation , the man who strove for something beyond the times in Intolerance , the artist who made Hearts of the World and the masterly technician who stands sponsor for Way Down East , is singularly hard to approach from any ordinary viewpoint. There is no doubt that D.W. Griffith at intervals gives just cause to the commentators who place him at the top of the list of all directors. But at the same time he often does the most ordinary of things on the screen. In one picture he is an artist and in the next he appears in the light of a producer of hack pieces of motion picture film. The reason, no doubt, is that Mr. Griffith is a business man as well as an artist. He sinks an unusually large amount of money in a picture such as

10. D.W. Griffith: Directorial Debut
Also included is a biography of D.W. griffith, and a complete filmography of the movies he It was truly D.W. griffith who turned filmaking into an art.
When Knighthood Was In Flower - From left to right is Linda A. Griffith, D.W. Griffith, Ann Lorley and Harry Salter.
David Wark Griffith, born in a small Kentucky town, revolutionized the Motion Picture industry as a director during the Silent Film Era. He perfected his technique while working at the old Biograph studios from 1908 - 1913.
Contained here, is an article from 1916 which recounts the tale of how Griffith was chosen to direct his first movie. The article was written by Linda A. Griffith, his wife at the time, and appeared in Film Fun Magazine.
Also included is a biography of D.W. Griffith, and a complete filmography of the movies he directed and supervised.
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David W. Griffith and Billy Bitzer filming Enoch Arden
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11. D.W. Griffith: Biography And Much More From
DW griffith , Filmmaker Born 22 January 1875 Birthplace La Grange, Kentucky Died 21 July 1948 Best Known As Groundbreaking director of Birth of.
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  • Born: 22 January 1875 Birthplace: La Grange, Kentucky Died: 21 July 1948 Best Known As: Ground-breaking director of Birth of a Nation
Name at birth: David Wark Griffith D.W. Griffith was an American filmmaker who is considered by many to be the most influential figure in the history of cinema. He began his career as a stage actor and writer in the first part of the 20th century. He took his stories to the early movie studios, landing at the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company in 1908. Until 1913 Griffith oversaw the production of almost all of Biograph's movies, more than 450 films. He joined Reliance-Majestic's studios, taking most of his regular actors and technicians, including his best cameraman, G.W. "Billy" Blitzer. The quality of Griffith's productions was generally considered superior to his contemporaries, and his projects became more ambitious than the standard one-reel films. His three-hour feature The Birth of a Nation (1915) was a stunning success and is considered the most important film in the development of cinema as an art. Its racism the protagonists are members of the Ku Klux Klan keeps it from being enjoyed as a cinematic experience, but as an item of historical interest it includes all of Griffith's innovations in the language of cinema: cross-cutting, close-ups, parallel narratives, camera movement and more restrained acting.

12. D.W. Griffith, The Birth Of A Nation (1915)
In D.W. griffith s masterpiece, two families the Stonemans from the North and the Camerons from the South experience the Civil War and Reconstruction.
D.W. Griffith, The Birth of a Nation
In D.W. Griffith's masterpiece, two families the Stonemans from the North and the Camerons from the South experience the Civil War and Reconstruction. Through these families' stories, Griffith addresses the devastation wrought by the Civil War (especially in the South) and the social disruptions caused by Reconstruction. Griffith adapted the film from a propaganda piece about the Ku Klux Klan, The Clansman , written by Thomas Dixon. D.W. Griffith, a Southerner and the son of a Confederate War cavalry officer who returned from the war a broken man only to "suffer the disgrace of Reconstruction," blamed Reconstructionists and Southern blacks for his own misfortunes. This film reflects that resentment by depicting radical Republicans and "uppity" African-Americans as the cause of all social, political, and economic problems since the Civil War.
When Griffith released the film in 1915, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (or NAACP) and other groups protested; the NAACP published a 47-page pamphlet titled "Fighting a Vicious Film: Protest Against The Birth of a Nation ," in which they referred to the film as "three miles of filth." W. E. B. Du Bois published scathing reviews in

13. Allmovie ((( D.W. Griffith > Overview )))
Born in Kentucky to Confederate colonel Roaring Jake griffith, D.W. griffith grew up in poverty, particularly after his father died.

14. Internet Archive: Details: Abraham Lincoln
This is a historically important film simply for the fact that it is the first sound film directed by D.W. griffith. You can definately tell that the actors
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16. D. W. Griffith: Hollywood Independent
Director and independent producer, DW griffith with producer Harry Aitken, The Birth of a Nation and Triangle Pictures. . . .
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The Birth of a Nation , producer Harry Aitken, and the rise and fall of Triangle Pictures. Excerpt from Hollywood Renegades by J. A. Aberdeen D. W. Griffith , Hollywood independent, 1920s. ( Aberdeen Collection ). To purchase Aberdeen photos for reprint purposes click here Many of the SIMPP producers traced their independent filmmaking roots to director D. W. Griffith. During the time before the development of the studio system—a time known for its powerful directors who acted autonomously—D. W. Griffith became the leading artistic and commercial filmmaker, and embodied the independent spirit of movie production. Born David Wark Griffith on January 22, 1875, Griffith was a stage actor and playwright who entered the fledgling film industry during the era of the Edison patents monopoly. D. W. Griffith transitioned from actor to director at the American Biograph Company, one of the member studios of the Motion Picture Patents Company (aka The Edison Trust). Between June 1908 and August 1913 he directed over 450 shorts before leaving Biograph to make feature-length movies without the hostility that characterized the retrogressive attitude of the Trust. Harry A. Aitken in 1916.

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American filmmaker D. W. griffith’s groundbreaking film Birth of a Nation (1915) forever changed American filmmaking. It not only established the star
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19. D.W. Griffith And Mack Sennett
The New York Hat, directed by D.W. griffith in 1912, is my favorite of all of griffith s silent short filmsat least the ones I ve seen.
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The New York Hat, directed by D.W. Griffith in 1912, is my favorite of all of Griffith's silent short filmsat least the ones I've seen. It stars Mary Pickford, the Canadian who become America's Sweetheart and who founded a studio in Hollywood. She plays a sad young girl with a miserly widower for a father who longs for a fancy hat recently placed in the milliner's window. The local minister, seeing her pine, buys her the hat, for her late mother has left him some money in trust. But the hat doesn't bring her the admiration and respect which she craves from her small town neighbours: it only causes a scandal. They think she is having an affair with the Minister! (Just read Margaret's 1908 letters to see how she was snubbed for being a suffragist!)
By 1912, they'd already figured out what looks good on screen: pretty young faces, love scenes, and war scenes. And film was a great medium to explore the gaping divide between the upper and lower classes. There are few middle class subjects, like this Pickford character, in Griffith's films, just the struggling poor and haughty rich. The middle class were going to the movies and probably not interested in seeing themselves.
Mack Sennett, the father of silent film comedy was born in Richmond, Quebec about the same time as Edith. He was Irish Catholic and Edith Scotch Presbyterian so it is not likely their paths crossed much, although Norman did do business with Sennett's father, J F Sinnott. He sold him some grain in the late 1880s.

20. The Birth Of A Nation (1915)
A controversial, explicitly racist, but landmark American film masterpiece these all describe ground-breaking producer/director D. W. griffith s The Birth
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A controversial, explicitly racist, but landmark American film masterpiece - these all describe ground-breaking producer/director D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915). The domestic melodrama/epic originally premiered with the title The Clansman in February, 1915 in Los Angeles, California, but three months later was retitled with the present title at its world premiere in New York, to emphasize the birthing process of the US. The film was based on former North Carolina Baptist minister Rev. Thomas Dixon Jr.'s anti-black, 1905 bigoted melodramatic staged play, The Clansman , the second volume in a trilogy:
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