First Steps: Early Efforts by Renowned Hollywood Directors | Chicago Reader

First Steps: Early Efforts by Renowned Hollywood Directors

A slight misnomer, because not all the artists are Hollywood directors or renowned, and one who's both (Gregg Toland) isn't renowned as a director. But this sounds like an interesting program all the same: Frank Capra's Fulta Fisher's Boarding House (1921), Charles Vidor's The Bridge (1929), Robert Florey and Slavko Vorkapich's The Life and Death of 9413—A Hollywood Extra (on which Toland worked, 1927), Orson Welles's Hearts of Age (1934, five minutes of juvinelia codirected by William Vance), Lewis Jacobs's Tree Trunk to Head (1936), and Warren Newcombe's The Enchanted City (1922).

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