This drama is Joseph Hepp’s first attempt to coordinate sound and image by means of a devise which synchronizes the revolutions of the record turntable with the speed of the film projector.
The destruction of Smyrna as recorded in the newsreels of Giorgos Prokopiou and Josef Hepp and edited by Achilleas Madras.
Villar gets a job at a dry cleaner’s and wanders through Athens. He makes one gaffe after the other and gets involved in various adventures.
1. INTRODUCTION: VILLAR’S MORNING AWAKENING We see Villar waking up in a cow’s trough. The title reads: "Villar, newly arrived from Paris, wakes up early in the morning and steps out of his comfor...
This is a two-act film which was presented as “audio” in the cinema, since the film was accompanied by a device producing sound and music, one of Joseph Hepp’s own inventions.
A gypsy (Achilleas Madras) falls for an American girl, but his old love (Frinta Poupelina) does all she can to break up the couple. This film was not shown publicly, and a large part of it was later ...
Comedy along the lines of the French and American films, with the lead played by Nikolaos Sfakianos, who later developed into a big star of the Greek cinema in the interwar period.
The making of this film began in 1922 with the title “The Gypsy of Athens” and was not completed. However, excerpts, together with newsreels of the Asia Minor campaign and the following Disaster,...
D. KALAPOTHAKIS’ LETTER [MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, THE PRESS DEPARTMENT] TO CAMERAMAN JOSEPH HEPP, 1919, ABOUT THE TITLES OF THE FILM ON WESTERN THRACE.
ISSUE OF THE “FILM LIBRARY” MAGAZINE ABOUT CAMERAMAN’S JOSEPH HEPP’S ACCIDENT.
T. ZOGRAFOS’ MODEL FOR KOSTAS FERRIS’ FILM “THE MURDERESS”. ISSUE OF THE “FILM LIBRARY” MAGAZINE ABOUT JOSEPH HEPP’S