Television: A New Weapon for the New Imperialist War from The Daily Worker, June 14, 1930. Reprinted in Jump Cut, a Review of Contemporary Media.
A Souvenir of Brody's New York meeting with Sergei Eisenstein
The "Censored" Mother Goose Rhymes
Dziga Vertov on Film Technique translated by S. Brody from the January 28, 1935 issue of Film Front. Soviet filmmaker Dziga Vertov's theory of the "Kino-Eye", a ground-breaking approach to documentary montage. Working from the French, Brody was the first to translate Vertov's writing into English. Take a little time to watch Vertov's remarkable film Chelovek s Kinoapparatom (Man With a Movie Camera).
On the Theory of Sources from Experimental Cinema, Vol. 1, No. 3, early 1931. Reprinted in Jump Cut, a Review of Contemporary Media.
Paris Hears Eisenstein from the British film journal Close Up, April 1931. Reprinted in Jump Cut, a Review of Contemporary Media.
The Revolutionary Film: Problems of Form from New Theater, February 1934. Reprinted in Jump Cut, a Review of Contemporary Media.
How to Strike Effective Blow At Hollywood Anti-Labor Films from The Daily Worker, July 15, 1935.
Review of the novel Russie by Henri Barbusse, in the August, 1930 issue of New Masses. One of Brody’s photographs of Barbusse is elsewhere in this site.
Review of the film Drifters directed by John Grierson, in the August 1930 issue of New Masses.
Reviews of the film Holiday and the Soviet film The Law of the Siberian Taiga in the September 1930 issue of New Masses.
Review of the controversial film Thunder Over Mexico co-authored with Tom Brandon in the September 1930 issue of New Masses. This film was cobbled together from footage shot by Sergei Eisenstein for the abortive project Que Viva Mexico.
Review of the book Nouvelle Age Litteraire by Henry Poulaille in the September 1930 issue of New Masses.
Brief Review of the book ABC of Television by R. F. Yates in the November 1930 issue of New Masses. Brody understood the terrible power of this nascent medium.
Review of the Nazi propaganda film S. A Mann Brand co-authored with Tom Brandon in the June 1934 issue of New Masses.
Two of Sam Brody's From Up in the Gallery by Lens film reviews in Film Front, 1935.