Dancing woman [Unidentified Film]
A dancing-girl wearing a white dress dances waving the edges of her voile skirt. Her silhouette stands out on a black background. The movie is an example of “dancers film” in vogue in the early motion picture industry. Despite the brevity, the fragment returns the grace and the simplicity of this genre aimed at surprising the neophyte public.
The digital restoration of this unidentified fragment was conducted by the Museo Nazionale del Cinema di Torino, from a colored nitrate copy conserved at the Museum.
The restoration was carried out at the laboratory L’Immagine Ritrovata in Bologna in 2011.
|Collection||Museo Nazionale del Cinema|
|Subject Terms||motion pictures (visual works), motion picture (visual work), short subjects, short subject|
|Provider||EFG - The European Film Gateway|