This selected filmography includes only extant films that I have analyzed in the text.
Most of these are 35mm archival prints that I viewed in film archives. Films are listed
alphabetically, using their English- language release titles (when I have been able to
verify them) or using an English translation of a foreign release title or archival print
title. To promote access, I list archival locations for each title. Some films are more
readily accessible, and for these I list DvD or Internet availability.
I have left out of this filmography: (1) films I refer to in the text that are no longer
extant (to the best of my knowledge); (2) films I refer to in the text that are or might
be extant in film archives but that I have not been able to view myself; and (3) the
hundreds of other archival films that I watched while researching this book that I do
not analyze in the text.
For a listing of all known travel subjects released during the period covered by this
book, extant or not, culled from the lists of film releases published in the motion pic-
ture trade press, see Jennifer Peterson, “World Pictures: Travelogue Films and the
Lure of the Exotic, 1890–1920” (PhD diss., University of Chicago, 1999), app. A, table 1.
Information given (when known):
• Film title: English- language release title (or English translation of title in
original language or English translation title of archival print)
• Date of production
• Film production company, director, or other crew
• Country of production
• U.S. release date or other release date
• Alternative titles (alternative release title, foreign- language release title, or title
of archival print)
• Access information: archival collection, DvD release, Internet access
Film archives and abbreviations:
• Academy Film Archive, Los Angeles (amPas)
• bFi National Archive, London (bFi)