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HAA-263803-19Digital Humanities: Digital Humanities Advancement GrantsTrustees of Dartmouth CollegeUnderstanding Visual Culture through Silent Film Collections1/1/2019 - 9/30/2022$222,438.00MarkJ.WilliamsJohnP.BellTrustees of Dartmouth CollegeHanoverNH03755-1808USA2018Film History and CriticismDigital Humanities Advancement GrantsDigital Humanities22243802224380

The creation of a large-scale compendium and research platform for silent films that are currently housed in separate collections and a suite of tools to be used by scholars studying the transition of visual culture from stage to screen.

This Level III Digital Humanities Advancement Grant project aims to produce a digital compendium of over 400 films from the silent film era that document the transition of visual culture from stage to screen. It will combine highly-influential and rare works archived in the Paper Print collection of pre-1930 cinema at The Library of Congress with films at the EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam to create a digital resource designed for film scholars around the world. The compendium will be built by merging two pieces of software: The Media Ecology Project's Semantic Annotation Tool and the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture's Scalar. The resulting platform will provide an open software and data framework scholars can use to compare disparate types of data in a single interface. This valuable tool will unite a wide and growing variety of data and invite scholars to gather and post ideas, asking and answering new questions about key historical features in the evolution of motion pictures.