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American Cinematographer, May 1937, 205.

Duncan MacD. Little

Club Affiliation

Amateur Cinema League

Metropolitan Motion Picture Club of New York

Gender:

Male

Awards/Recognition:

American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1934 - Honorable Mention
ACL Ten Best 1935, Honorable Mention
American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1935 - Honorable Mention
American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1936 - Honorable Mention
First Annual Little Movie Party, 1929
Second Annual Little Movie Party, 1930
Third Annual Little Movie Party, 1932
Fourth Annual Little Movie Party, 1933
Fifth Annual Little Movie Party, 1934
Sixth Annual Little Movie Party, 1935
Seventh Annual Little Movie Party, 1936
Eighth Annual Little Movie Party, 1937
Ninth Annual Little Movie Party, 1938
Eleventh Annual Little Movie Party, 1940

Films:

Making of Canadian Homespun, The (1935)

Storm At Sea, On Board the S.S. Homeric; A (1929)

Voyageur’s Trail (1936)

Paris (1929)

The Circus is in Town (1934)

Chateaux of Old Touraine (1929)

Nova Scotia Scenes (1930)

Vacation Days in Nova Scotia (1929)

Lessons for Beginners (1932)

More Experiments (1936)

Leaves from an Old Scrap-Book (1932)

Canoe Race on the St. Maurice River, The (1936)

Midnight Sailing of the S.S. Manhattan (1933)

Below Zero (1940)

Follies and Scandals of 67th Street (1933)

Profession:

Insurance Broker

Biographical Notes:

"New York insurance broker and amateur filmmaker Duncan MacD. Little organized his first movie party for a small group of friends in 1929; he repeated the event annually for over a decade, eventually forging cooperative relationships with institutions such as Columbia University to enhance the screening further" (Tepperman, 76).

Bibliographic Resources:

Tepperman, Charles. Amateur Cinema: The Rise of North American Moviemaking, 1923-1960. University of California Press, 2014.