Because Close Up sought to review the film of its day, it had
a substantial number of high-quality images in each issue. The images
in the magazine included still-pictures of movie scenes, pictures of
film sets, and portaits of
important figures in film. These
accompanied articles that
film thereby giving both visual and verbal descriptions
a movie set
Close Up often showed
Close Up often printed pictures
Close Up printed many still shots from movies that they
CLOSE UP, a monthly magazine to
for film art.
The first periodical
from any angle but the commonplace.
--1927 Advertisement for Close Up
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