Press: Film FORTUNE

While the Cinema has been growing up as industry and art, the movie press has signally failed to keep pace with it. That the Cinema deserved, and the literate portion of its U. S. public would welcome, something more than tradepapers, highbrow snippets and vulgar fan magazines, has long seemed obvious. This week on U. S. newsstands appeared 52,000 copies of the first substantial effort to supply this demand. It was Cinema Arts, a FORTUNE-sized, 50¢, slick-paper magazine, published by Albert Griffith-Grey, younger brother of the oldtime cinema director, David Wark Griffith.

Cinema, Arts will "attempt to do for the Cinema what...

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