Luis Buñuel:
A Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Library













Web Sites
Books: English
Books: Other Languages
Journal Articles

Articles and Books on Individual films
UCB Student Writing About Buñuel

Movies by Director videography for works of Buñuel in MRC

Books: English

Acevedo-Muñoz, Ernesto R.
Buñuel and Mexico: the crisis of national cinema / Ernesto R. Acevedo-Munoz. Berkeley : University of California Press, c2003.
Full text available (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 A64 2003
Moffitt PN1998.3.B86 A64 2003 AVAILABLE
Pacific Film Archive PN1998.3.B85 A64 2003

Almeida, Diane M.
The esperpento tradition in the works of Ramon del Valle-Inclan and Luis Buñuel Lewiston [N.Y.]: E. Mellen Press, c2000.
Main: PQ6641.A47 Z52 2000

Aranda, J. Francisco
Luis Buñuel: A Critical Biography / by Francisco Aranda: translated [from the Spanish] and edited by David Robinson. London: Secker and Warburg, 1975. Series title: Cinema two.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B75131 1975
Moffitt PN1998 .A3B7513 1975 (another edition)

Aub, Max
Conversaciones con Buñuel: Seguidas de 45 Entrevistas con Familiares, Amigos y Colaboradores del Cineasta Aragones / Max Aub; prologo de Federico Alvarez. 1a ed. Madrid: Aguilar, 1985. Series title: Coleccion literaria.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B751 1985

Baxter, John
Buñuel / John Baxter. London: Fourth Estate, 1994.
UCB Main PN1998.3.A3 B83 B3,199

Bazin, Andre
The cinema of cruelty : from Buñuel to Hitchcock / by Andre Bazin ; edited and with an introduction by Francois... 1st ed. New York : Seaver Books, 1982.
Main Stack PN1995.9.C7.B313 1982

Bazin, Andre
"Luis Buñuel -- An aesthetic of reality: neorealism (extract) (1948)." In: The European cinema reader / edited by Catherine Fowler. London ; New York : Routledge, 2002.
Main Stack PN1993.5.E8.E97 2002

Buache, Freddy.
The Cinema of Luis Buñuel; translated [from the French] by Peter Graham. London, Tantivy Press; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1973. Series title: The International Film Guide Series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B757131
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B757131

Buñuel, Luis
"Cinema: instrument of poetry" (1953). In: The European cinema reader / edited by Catherine Fowler. London ; New York : Routledge, 2002.
Main: PN1993.5.E8 E97 2002
PFA : PN1993.5.E8 E97 2002

Buñuel, 100 Years: it's dangerous to look inside = Buñuel, 100 anños: es peligroso asomarse al interior
New York: Instituto Cervantes: Museum of Modern Art, 2001.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 B88 2001

Buñuel, Luis
My Last Sigh / Luis v; translated by Abigail Israel. 1st American ed. New York: Knopf, 1983.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B74131 1983
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B7413 1983

Buñuel, Luis
My last sigh. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2003.
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 A313 2003

Buñuel, Luis
Objects of Desire: Conversations with Luis Buñuel / Jose de la Colina & Tomas Perez Turrent; edited and translated by Paul Lenti. New York: Marsilio, c1992.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B757513 1992
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B757513 1992

Buñuel, Luis
An unspeakable betrayal: selected writings of Luis Buñuel / with a foreword by Jean-Claude Carriere; and a new afterword ... Berkeley: University of California Press, c2000.
Main Stack PQ2603.U56.C4713 2000
Table of contents via Google books

Dada and surrealist film
Edited by Rudolf E. Kuenzli. 1st MIT Press ed. Cambridge, Mass. : The MIT Press, 1996.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S85.D341 1996

Deleuze, Gilles
"A characteristic of Buñuel's work: power of repetition in the image." In: The Movement-Image / translated by Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota, c1986.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1994 .D39313 1986b

Durgnat, Raymond.
Luis Buñuel. London, Studio Vista, 1967. Series title: Movie paperbacks.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 D8

Edwards, Gwynne.
A companion to Luis Buñuel Woodbridge, UK ; Rochester, NY : Tamesis, 2005.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 E38 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0420/2004017554.html

Edwards, Gwynne.
The Discreet Art of Luis Buñuel: A Reading of His Films / Gwynne Edwards. London; Boston: M. Boyars, 1982.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B7571 1982

Edwards, Gwynne.
Indecent exposures : Buñuel, Saura, Erice & Almodovar / Gwynne Edwards. London ; New York : M. Boyars, 1995.
Main Stack PN1993.5.S7.E39 1995

Edwards, Gwynne.
Lorca, Buñuel, Dalí : forbidden pleasures and connected lives / Gwynne Edwards. London : I.B. Tauris, 2009.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
NRLF (UCB) N7112 .E39 2009

Evans, Peter William.
The Films of Luis Buñuel: Subjectivity and Desire / Peter William Evans. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, c1995. Series title: Oxford Hispanic Studies.
UCB Main PN1998.3.B86 F55 1995

Ferlita, Ernest
"Luis Buñuel." In: Religion in film / edited by John R. May and Michael Bird 1st ed Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, c1982
UCB Main PN1995.9.R4.R4 1982

Geduld, Harry M.
"The film maker and the audience / Lindsay Anderson, J.A. Bardem, Luis Buñuel, David Lean, Satyajit Ray, & Jean Renoir." In: Film makers on film making; statements on their art by thirty directors, edited by Harry M. Geduld. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1967]
Main Stack PN1995.9.P7.G4
Moffitt PN1995.9.P7.G4

Gilliatt, Penelope.
"Of Luis Buñuel." In: Three-quarter face : reports and reflections / Penelope Gilliatt New York : Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, c1980
Main Stack PN1995.G49
Moffitt PN1995.G49

Gutierrez-Albilla, Julian Daniel.
Queering Buñuel : sexual dissidence and pyschoanalysis in his Mexican and Spanish cinema London ; New York : Tauris Academic Studies, 2008.
Full text available (UCB users only)
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 G88 2008

Halligan, Benjamin
"The tasks of the European underground : a letter to Luis Buñuel." In: Alternative Europe : eurotrash and exploitation cinema since 1945 / edited by Ernest Mathijs & Xavier Mendik ; [foreword by Jean Rollin]. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2004.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S284.A46 2004

Harcourt, Peter.
Six European Directors; Essays on the Meaning of Film Style. [Harmondsworth, Eng., Baltimore] Penguin Books [1974] (Series: Pelican books)
Main Stack PN1994.H2671 NRLF #: $D 62 871
Moffitt PN1994.H2671

Higginbotham, Virginia
Luis Buñuel / Virginia Higginbotham. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979. Series title: Twayne's Theatrical Arts series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 .B7513
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 .B7513

Isaac, Claudio.
Midday with Buñuel : memories and sketches, 1973-1983 Chicago : Swan Isle Press, 2007.
PFA : PN1998.3.B86 I8313 2007

Kinder, Marsha.
"Exile and ideological reinscription: the unique case of Luis Buñuel." In: Blood cinema : the reconstruction of national identity in Spain / Marsha Kinder. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.S7.K5 1993

Kinder, Marsha
"Exile and Ideological Reinscription: The Unique Case of Luis Buñuel." In: Blood Cinema: The Reconstruction of National Identity in Spain / by Marsha Kinder. pp: 278-338. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1993.
UCB Main PN1993.5.S7 K5 1993

Kyrou, Adonis
Luis Buñuel, An Introduction. Translated by Adrienne Foulke. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1963.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 K9
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B83

Lane, Anthony
"Luis Buñuel." In: Nobody's perfect : writings from the New Yorker / Anthony Lane. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2002.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995 .L28 2002

Lastra, James F.
"Ethnology/heterology/Buñuel." In: Rites of realism : essays on corporeal cinema / edited by Ivone Margulies. Durham : Duke University Press, 2003.
Grad Svcs PN1995.9.R3.R58 2003 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.
Main Stack PN1995.9.R3.R58 2003

Lefevre, Raymond.
Luis Buñuel / Raymond Lefevre. [Paris]: Edilig, [1984]. Series title: Filmo 9.
NRLF B 3 569 817

Lillo, Gaston.
Genero y Transgresion: El Cine Mexicano de Luis Buñuel / Gaston Lillo. Montpellier: Universite Paul Valery, C.E.R.S. (U.F.R.II), 1994. Series title: Co-textes no 26.
UCB Main PN1998.3.B86 L55 1994

Luis Buñuel [VIDEOCASSETTE]
TVE Nitra S.A. Iowa City, Iowa: PICS/Project for International Communication Studies, c1984. 1 videocassette (75 min.)
UCB Media Ctr VIDEO/C 4219

Luis Buñuel: A Symposium (papers given at Trinity and All Saints' College, November 1982)
Edited by Margaret A. Rees. Leeds: The College, 1983.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B843 1983

Luis Buñuel: new readings
Edited by Peter William Evans and Isabel Santaolalla. London : BFI, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 L855 2004
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 L855 2004

Lundkvist, Artur
Buñuel. En bok i Samarbete med Svenska Film Institutet. Stockholm, PAN/Norstedt, 1967. Series title: En PANbok.
NRLF $B 190 548

Mendelson, John
"From Dalí's "documental París; 1929" to Buñuel's Eating sea urchins (1930)." In: Documenting Spain : artists, exhibition culture, and the modern nation, 1929-1939 / Jordana Mendelson. University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2005.
Main Stack NX180.D63.M46 2005

Nelson, Ardis L.
"On Buñuel and surrealism: the art of audacity." In: Guillermo Cabrera Infante : assays, essays and other arts / edited by Ardis L. Nelson. New York : Twayne Publishers, c1999.
Main Stack PQ7389.C233.Z66 1999

Paranagua, Paulo Antonio
"Luis Buñuel stopped at Mexico" In: Mexican cinema / edited by Paulo Antonio Paranagua ; translated by Ana M. Lopez. London : British Film Institute, 1995.
Main Stack PN1993.5.M4.C4913 1995
Bancroft PN1993.5.M4.C4913 1995

Patrizi Zingarini, Francesco Luigi
Luis Buñuel: dalla poesia al cinema Firenze : Firenze Atheneum, 2001.
Main: PQ6603.U56 Z84 2001

Paz, Octavio
"Luis Buñuel: Three Perspectives." In: On Poets and Others / Octavio Paz; translated by Michael Schmidt. 1st pp: 152-65. ed. New York: Seaver Books: Distributed by H. Holt, c1986.
UCB Main PN761 .P381 1986
UCB Moffitt PN761 .P38 1986 *c2 copies

Paz, Octavio
"El poeta Buñuel = Buñuel the poet." In: Mexico en el surrealismo : la transfusion creativa. 1a. ed. Mexico, D.F. : Artes de Mexico, 2003.
Main Stack N7.A76 ser.2 no.64

Pechter, William S.
"Buñuel." In: American movie critics : an anthology from the silents until now / edited by Phillip Lopate. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, c2006.
Main Stack PN1995.A448 2006
Moffitt PN1995.A448 2006
PFA PN1995.A72 2006

Pechter, William S.
"Buñuel -- A persistence of vision." In: Twenty-four times a second: films and film-makers, by William S. Pechter [1st ed.] New York, Harper & Row [1971]
Main Stack PN1994.P37
Moffitt PN1994.P37

Perez Turrent, Tomas.
Buñuel por Buñuel / Tomas Perez Turrent, Jose de la Colina. 1a ed. Madrid: Plot, 1993.
NRLF B 3 986 152

Perez Turrent, Tomas.
"Luis Buñuel in Mexico." In: Mexican Cinema / edited by Paulo Antonio Paranagua; translated by Ana M. Lopez. pp: 202-08. London: British Film Institute, 1995.
Main Stack PN1993.5.M4.C4913 1995

Richardson, Michael
"Luis Buñuel and the Snares of Desire." In: Surrealism and cinema / Michael Richardson. Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2006.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
UCB Main PN1995.9.S85 R53 2006

Sánchez Vidal, Agustín.
"Buñuel and the Flesh." In: The Surrealist Adventure in Spain / edited by C. Brian Morris. pp: 205-24. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, 1990. Ottawa Hispanic studies; no. 6
Main Stack NX562.A1.S87 1991

Sandro, Paul.
Diversions of Pleasure: Luis Buñuel and the Crises of Desire / Paul Sandro. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1987.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B87461 1987

Sinyard, Neil
"The discreet charm of Huston and Buñuel: notes on a cinematic odd couple." In: John Huston : essays on a restless director / edited by Tony Tracy and Roddy Flynn. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Company, c2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.H87 J655 2010 -

Stam, Robert.
"Hitchcock and Buñuel: Authority, Desire, and the Absurd." In: Hitchcock's Rereleased Films: From Rope to Vertigo. Edited by Walter Raubicheck and Walter Srebnick, pp. 116-46. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c1991.
Main Stack PN1998.3.H58.H58 1991
Moffitt PN1998.3.H58.H58 1991

Surrealist Film: The Stuff of Dreams[Video recording]
Surrealist cinema sought to break with the conventional linear narrative style in favor of chance events and a world of the subconscious. This program analyzes the origin, evolution and legacy of this cinematic movement whose stylistic artifacts can still be found in today's mass culture. Key figures of Dadaism and Surrealism are highlighted including Germaine Dulac, Luis B~unuel and Man Ray with excerpts from their works and other films of the genre. 2005. 39 min. DVD 4145

Vargas-Llosa, Mario.
"A Visit to Buñuel." In: Making Waves / Jonathan Rosenbaum. pp: 45-51. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, c1997.
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.P6 R67 1997

Vargas-Llosa, Mario
"Luis Buñuel: A Festival of Excellent Bad Films." In: Making Waves / Jonathan Rosenbaum. pp: 52-54. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, c1997.
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.P6 R67 1997

Wall, James McKendree
Three European Directors: Francois Truffaut [by] James M. Wall. Fellini's Film Journey [by] Roger Ortmayer. Luis Buñuel and the Death of God [by] Peter P. Schillaci. Edited by James M. Wall. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans [1973].
GTU Library PN1998.A2 W33

White, Eric.
"Chance and Narrative in Musil and Buñuel." In: Chance, Culture and the Literary Text / edited by Thomas M. Kavanagh. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Dept. of Romance Languages, University of Michigan, 1994. Michigan Romance Studies; v. 14. pp: 173-202.
Main Stack PC13.M53 v.14

Williams, Linda.
"The Critical Grasp: Buñuelian Cinema and Its Critics." In Dada and Surrealist Film. Edited by Rudolf E. Kuenzli, pp.199-206. New York: Willis, Locker & Owens, c1987.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S85.D341 1996
Moffitt PN1995.9.S85.D34 1987 (earlier edition)

Williams, Linda
Figures of Desire: A Theory and Analysis of Surrealist Film / Linda Williams. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1981.
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.S85 .W5 *c2 copies

Williams, Linda
Figures of Desire: A Theory and Analysis of Surrealist Film / Linda Williams. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1981.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S85 W5 1981a

Wood, Michael.
"Buñuel in Mexico." In: Mediating Two Worlds: Cinematic Encounters in the Americas. Edited by John King, Ana M. Lopez, Manuel Alvarado, pp. 40-51. London: BFI, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L37.M43 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.L37.M43 1993

The World of Luis Buñuel: Essays in Criticism
Edited by Joan Mellen. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
UCB Main PN1998 .A3B89

Zants, Emily.
"Luis Buñuel." In: Creative encounters with French films / Emily Zants. Rev. ed. Lewiston, N.Y. : The Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.F7.Z36 2000

Books: Other Languages

Abajos de Pablos, Juan Eugenio Julio de.
Luis Buñuel: el cineasta de Calanda / Juan Julio de Abajo. Valladolid : Castilla, [2008]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 A62 2008

Aguirre Carballeira, Arantxa.
Buñuel, lector de Galdós / Arantxa Aguirre Carballeira. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria : Cabildo Insular de Gran Canaria, 2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 A67 2006

Aub, Max
Conversaciones con Buñuel : seguidas de 45 entrevistas con familiares, amigos y colaboradores del cineasta aragones / Max Aub ; prologo de Federico Alvarez. Madrid : Aguilar, 1985.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.A3 B751 1985

Barbachano, Carlos J.
Luis Buñuel / Carlos Barbáchano ; prólogo de Antonio Lara. Madrid : Alianza Editorial, c2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 B37 2000

Baxter, John
Luis Buñuel: una biografía / traducción del inglés de Núria Pujol i Valls. Barcelona : Paidos, 1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.A3 B83 B317 1996

Bermúdez, Xavier
Buñuel: espejo y sueño / Xavier Bermúdez. Valencia : Ediciones de la Mirada, [2000]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 B45 2000

Bernardi, Auro
Luis Buñuel / Auro Bernardi. Recco, Genova : Mani, c1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 B46 1998

Bertelli, Pino.
Luis Buñuel: il fascino discreto dell'anarchia. Pisa: BFS, 1996.
UCB Main PN1998.3.B86 B477 1996

Bikandi-Mejias, Aitor
El carnaval de Luis Buñuel: estudios sobre una tradicion cultural Madrid: Laberinto, [2000]
Main: PN1998.A3 B757 2000

Buñuel: cittadino messicano = Buñuel: ciudadano mexicano : [rassegna cinematografica, Cinema De Amicis, Milano, 7-17 ottobre 1999] / a cura di Auro Bernardi. Recco, Genova : Mani, c1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 B85 1999

Buñuel: L'Iconografia Personal
[Octavio Paz ... et al. 1a. ed. Mexico, D.F.: Fondo de Cultura Economica; [Guadalajara]: Universidad de Guadalajara, 1988.
UCB Bancroft pf PN1998.A3 B743 1988

Buñuel, Luis
Buñuel por Buñuel/ Tomós Pérez Turrent, José de la Colina. Madrid : Plot, 1993.
NRLF (UCB) PN1998.A3 B784 1993

Buñuel, Luis
Con Luis Buñuel en Hollywood y después / José Rubia Barcia. Sada, A Coruña : Ediciós do Castro, [1992]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 A4 1992

Buñuel, Luis
Mi Ultimo Suspiro. 4a. ed. Madrid: Plaza & Janes, 1983.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B7418 1983

Buñuel, Luis
Mon Dernier Soupir / Luis Buñuel. Paris: R. Laffont, c1982. Series title: Collection Vecu.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B74 1982

Buñuel, Luis
Querido sobrino: cartas a Francisco Rabal de Luis Buñuel / <2001> Valencia: Pre-Textos; [Teruel]: Diputacion Provincial de Teruel; [Alicante?]: Caja de Ahorros del Mediterraneo, c2001.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 A4 2001

Cattini, Alberto.
Luis Buñuel. 2. ed. aggiornata. Roma: Il castoro, 1996, c1995.
UCB Main Main Stack PN1998.3.B86 C28 1996

Clarin, Larra, y Buñuel (1985)
Madrid : Editorial de la Universidad Complutense, 1986, c1985.
Main Stack PQ6257.C521 1986

Cummings, Gerardo Tonatiuh
Buñuel y la novela Hispana: Un estudio de sus transposiciones Mexicanas (Luis Buñuel, Mercedes Pinto, Rodolfo Usigli, Miguel Alvarez Acosta) [Dissertation, Wayne State University]

Drouzy, Martin
Luis Buñuel, Architecte du Reve / par Maurice Drouzy. Paris: Lherminier, c1978. Series title: Collection Cinema permanent. Series title: Serie La Mise en film.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 .B76

Farassino, Alberto.
Tutto il cinema di Luis Buñuel / Alberto Farassino. Milano : Baldini & Castoldi, 2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 F27 2000

Fuentes, Víctor
La mirada de Buñuel: cine, literatura y vida / Víctor Fuentes. Madrid : Tabla Rasa Libros y Ediciones, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 F85 2005

Fuentes, Víctor
Buñuel en México : iluminaciones sobre una pantalla pobre / Víctor Fuentes. Teruel : Instituto de Estudios Turolenses, Excma. Diputación Provincial de Teruel ; [Aragón] : Gobierno de Aragón, Departamento de Cultura y Educación, c1993.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 F84 1993

Galeota, Vito.
Galdós e Buñuel : romanzo, film, narratività in Nazarín e in Tristana / Vito Galeota. Napoli : Istituto universitario orientale, 1988.
NRLF (UCB) PQ6555.N43 G35 1988

Galvez, Antonio.
Luis Buñuel, [Texte de Robert Benayoun, Leitre-preface de Luis Buñuel.]. Paris, E. Losfeld [c1970].
UCB Main f PN1998.A3 B83 G3

García Buñuel, Pedro Christian.
Recordando a Luis Buñuel / Pedro Christian García Buñuel. Zaragoza : Excma. Diputación Provincial de Zaragoza : Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Zaragoza, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1985.
Main (Gardner) Stacks

Garcia Lorca, Federico
"Dialogo con Luis Buñuel." In: Tres dialogos / Federico Garcia Lorca. Granada : Universidad de Granada ; Andalucia : Junta de Andalucia, 1985.
Main Stack PQ6613.A763.T7 1985

Gubern, Román.
Los a ños rojos de Luis Buñuel/ Román Gubern y Paul Hammond. Madrid : Cátedra, 2009. Location Call No. Status
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 G83 2009

Homenaje Postumo a Luis Buñuel
Seleccion de textos, Vicente Baca Lagos. Managua, Nicaragua: Cinemateca de Nicaragua, [19]83.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B7851 1983

Kyro, Ado
Luis Buñuel. Presentation par Ado Kyrou. Textes et propos de Luis Buñuel. Ecrits surrealistes. Extraits de films. Temoignages. Filmographie. Bibliographie. Documents iconographiques. [Paris] Seghers [1964]. Series title: Cinema d'aujourd'hui 4.
UCB Main PN1993 .C4 v.4 1964

Kyrou, Adonis
Luis Buñuel. Presentation par Ado Kyrou. Textes et propos de Luis Buñuel ... Bibliographie ... 4e edition remaniee et mise a jour. Paris, Seghers, 1970. Series title: Cinema d'aujourd'hui 4.
UCB Main PN1993 .C4 v.4 1970 n (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 L86 2000

Luis Buñuel: el ojo de la libertad : [exposición] febrero-mayo 2000 /
[realizada por] Residencia de Estudiantes ... [et al.]. Madrid : Publicaciones de la Residencia de Estudiantes, [2000]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 L84 2000

Luis Buñuel y el surrealismo
edición coordinada por Emmanuel Guigon. [Teruel] : Museo de Teruel, [2000]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 L86 2000

Millán Agudo, Francisco J.
Las huellas de Buñuel: influencias en el cine latinoamericano / Francisco J. Millán Agudo. Teruel : Instituto de Estudios Turolenses, c2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 M55 2004

Monegal, Antonio
Luis Buñuel: de la Literatura al Cine: Una Poetica del Objeto / Antonio Monegal. Barcelona: Anthropos, 1993. Series title: Autores, textos y temas literatura: 17.
UCB Main PN1998.3.B86 M66 1993

L'occhio anarchico del cinema, Luis Buñuel
A cura di Valentina Cordelli, Luciano De Giusti. Roma : Il castoro, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 O26 2001

Ola Pepin! : Dali, Lorca y Buñuel en la residencia de estudiantes
[Christopher Maurer ... et al.]. [Madrid] : Publicaciones de la Residencia de Estudiantes ; [Barcelona] : Fundacio Caixa Catalunya, [2007].
MAIN: N7113.D3 O52 2007

Oms, Marcel.
Don Luis Buñuel / Marcel Oms. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1985. Series title: Collection "Septieme art": 71.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B8651 1985

Patrizi Zingarini, Francesco Luigi.
Luis Buñuel: dalla poesia al cinema / Francesco Luigi Patrizi Zingarini. Firenze : Firenze Atheneum, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PQ6603.U56 Z84 2001

Paz, Octavio
Luis Buñuel: el doble arco de la belleza y de la rebeldia Barcelona : Galaxia Gutenberg : Circulo de lectores, 2000.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 P39 2000

Rebolledo, Carlos
Luis . Paris, Editions Universitaires [1964]. Series title: Classiques du cinema, 16.
UCB Main PN1993 .C5 v.16

Roche, Luis Armando
"Que boten mis cenizas al aire y se olviden de mi" : Luis Bu~nel, cineasta de realidad y sue~nos: guia para un proceso de descubrimiento de las peliculas de Luis Buñuel Caracas : EdicionXdemanda, 2001.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 R63 2001

Rodríguez Blanco, Manuel.
Luis Buñuel / Manuel Rodriguez Blanco. Courbevoie : Durante ; Paris : BiFi, [2000]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 R64 2000

Rucar de Buñuel, Jeanne.
Memorias de Una Mujer Sin Piano / Jeanne Rucar de Buñuel: escritas por Marisol Martin del Campo. 1. ed. Mexico, D.F.: Alianza Editorial Mexicana, 1990. Series title: Alianza literatura (Mexico City, Mexico). Memorias.
UCB Main DP272.4.R836 A36 1990

Sanchez, Francisco.
Todo Buñuel / [texto de Francisco Sanchez]. [Mexico City?]: Cineteca Nacional, [1978].
UCB Bancroft F1222.88 .B8S3

Sánchez Vidal, Agustín.
Buñuel, Lorca, Dalí : el enigma sin fin / Agustín Sánchez Vidal Barcelona : Planeta, c2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PQ6072 .S36 2000

Sánchez Vidal, Agustín.
Luis Buñuel/ Agustín Sánchez Vidal. Madrid : Cátedra, 2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 S25 2004

Sánchez Vidal, Agustín.
Luis v: Obra Cinematografica / Agustin Sanchez Vidal. 1a ed. Madrid: Ediciones J.C., 1984. Series title: Coleccion Directores de cine: no. 17-18.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B8741 1984

Sánchez Vidal, Agustín.
El mundo de Luis Buñuel / Agustín Sánchez Vidal. Zaragoza : Caja de Ahorros Inmaculada de Aragón, 1993.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.B86 S27 1993

Schwarze, Michael
Luis Buñuel / Michael Schwarze: [traduccion de Susana Andres]. 1. ed. Barcelona: Plaza & Janes, 1988. Series title: Tribuna de Plaza & Janes: 84.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B7572 1988

Susz Kohl, Pedro.
Poder y moral en el cine be Buñuel/ Pedro Susz K. La Paz, Bolivia : Plural Editores, c2007.
NRLF (UCB) PN1998.3.B84 S87 2007

Taranger, Marie-Claude.
Luis Buñuel: Le Jeu et la Loi / Marie-Claude Taranger; preface de Jean-Claude Carriere. Saint-Denis: Presses universitaires de Vincennes: Paris: Diffusion CID, c1990. Series title: L'Imaginaire du Texte.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B877 1990

Torres, Augusto M.
Buñuel y sus discipulos Madrid, España : Huerga & Fierro Editores, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.B86 T67 2005

Troiano, Felice.
Surrealismo e Psicanalisi Nelle Prime Opere di Buñuel / Felice Troiano. Parma: Universita di Parma, Centro studi e archivio della comunicazione, 1983. Series title: Quaderni di Storia dell'arte (Parma, Italy): 13.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S85 T7 1984

Valdivielso Miquel, E.
El Drama Oculto: Buñuel, Dali, Falla, Garcia Lorca y Sanchez Mejias / E. Valdivielso Miquel. 1. ed. Madrid: Ediciones de la Torre, c1992. Series title: Coleccion Nuestro mundo (Ediciones de la Torre). Serie Arte y cultura: no. 30.
UCB Main N7108 .V358 1992

Zagury, Fabrice.
Les metamorphoses du son dans le cinema de Luis Buñuel. Lille : Atelier national de reproduction des th`eses, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B85 Z24 2004

Journal Articles

Aitken, Ian.
"Distraction and Redemption: Kracauer, Surrealism and Phenomenology." Screen, v. 39 no2 (Summer '98) p. 124-40.
"Part of a special issue on surrealism in motion pictures. The writer argues that a common concern with indeterminacy and the concrete connects German film theory with such avant-garde movements as French surrealism. He examines this connection by analyzing the film theory of Siegfried Kracauer, focusing on his interpretation of surrealism, and developing a cinematic model to integrate elements of surrealism with Kracauerian phenomenology and naturalism. He begins with a synopsis of Kracauer's theory of reality and representation, going on to explore his position on surrealism. He concludes by discussing realism within surrealism, especially in relation to the films of Luis Buñuel, presenting a cinematic model that integrates surrealism, naturalism, and phenomenology." [ArtAbstracts]

Amiel V; Carriere Jc.
"Conversation With Jean-Claude Carriere Regarding His Collaboration With Luis Buñuel." Positif, 1993 Oct, N392:97-102.

Amiel, V.
"The Last Dreams Of Luis Buñuel - Films From The Late Period." Language: French. Positif, 1993 Oct, N392:85-87.

Aub, Max and Margarert Sayers Pelen.
"Religion, Eroticism, Death." (film maker Luis Buñuel)(Interview) Grand Street v14, n4 (Spring, 1996):8 (8 pages).

Aubry, Daniel and Jean Michel Lacor
"The Growing Edge: Luis Buñuel. Film Quarterly 12:2 (1958:Winter) 7
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Babington, Bruce, Evans, Peter William
"The Life Of The Interior: Dreams In The Films Of Luis Buñuel." Critical Quarterly 27:4 (1985:Winter) 5

Bazin, Andre; Doniol-Valcroze, Jacques
"Conversation with Bunuel." Sight and Sound Issue: 24:4 (1955:Spring) p.181
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Begin, Paul
"Buñuel, Eisenstein, and the 'Montage of Attractions': An Approach to Film in Theory and Practice." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Dec2006, Vol. 83 Issue 8, p1113-1132, 20p
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Begin, Paul
"Entomology as anthropology in the films of Luis Buñuel." Screen; Winter2007, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p425-442, 18p
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"The article presents a study on entomology of the films by Luis Buñuel. It aims to seriously take the director's penchant for the zoological by exploring the way in which it is conjoined with a surrealist vision that translates into a distinct cinematic language. The study contends that an examination of L'Âge d'or and Las Hurdes through Buñuel's unique entomological lens reveals the progressive deployment of a philosophical outlook of comparative biology of Roger Caillois. Furthermore, it is an aspect of Buñuel's early films that is part and parcel of his views on anti-artistic film, which produces a leveling effect among biological species in affirming the humanistic aims of surrealism." [Ebsco]

Bellow, Saul
"Buñuel's Unsparing Vision." Horizon 5:2 (1962:Nov.) 110

Bergala, Alain
"Le mystere Buñuel: a la source de la liberte creatrice." Cahiers du Cinema no546 May 2000. p. 56-9
"Part of a special section marking the centenary of the birth of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. The writer discusses Buñuel's work on the occasion of a program of his work showing at the Centre Pompidou and at the Institut Cervantes, Paris, May 3-June 11, 2000. He discusses the unique nature of Buñuel's work, attributing it to a creative impulse born of an amazing and yet mysterious loyalty to himself, regardless of cinematic trends; his focus on the moment when images are born in the imagination and his efforts to transform that moment into film; his fascination with things unfinished and how this comes through in his films; and similarities between his work and that of Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick." [Art Index]

Biette, Jean Claude
"Le cinema descend du singeCahiers du Cinéma no391 Jan 1987. p. viii-ix

Borau, Jose Luis.
"A Woman Without a Piano, A Book Without a Mark." Quarterly Review of Film and Video v13, n4 (Dec, 1991):9 (8 pages).

Cano Ballesta, Juan
"Un Luis Buñuel Desconocido." MLN Vol. 100, No. 2, Hispanic Issue (Mar., 1985), pp. 452-454
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Carriere, J. C.
"Making of Buñuel" [interview]. World Press Review v. 28 (August 1981) p: 61

Casciero, Alberto.
"Provocateur of Surreal Screens." Americas (English Edition) v45, n3 (May-June, 1993):40 (8 pages).
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The works of Spanish director Luis Buñuel left a legacy in the motion picture and art industry that tore down the walls of tradition and presented a medium for reality. Buñuel's works focused on the elements of the society he grew up in.

Coleman, John
"Bergman and Buñuel." New Statesman Issue: n.s.:85:2186 (1973:Feb. 9) p.207

Comuzio C.
"Luis Buñuel and Surrealism - Literary Writings And Cinema." Cineforum, 1989 Nov, V29 N11:40-44.

Connelly, Caryn, Juliet Lund.
"Virgins, brides and devils in disguise: Buñuel does Mexican melodrama." (Luis Buñuel)(Critical Essay) Quarterly Review of Film and Video July 2001 v18 i3 p235(22)
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Melodramatic motion pictures exploit gender stereotypes, but the films of Luis Buñuel in this genre subvert those limitations. The main characters in 'Subida al cielo' and 'Susana' use sexuality to achieve their goals and, although they are punished accordingly, continue to oppose patriarchal authority with feminist consciousness.

Conrad, Randall
""I Am Not a Producer!" - Working with Buñuel A Conversation with Film Quarterly 33:1 (1979:Fall) 2
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Conrad, Randall
"A Magnificent and Dangerous Weapon"-The Politics of Luis Bunñuel's Later Films." Cinééaste 7:4 (1976/1977:Winter) 10

Conrad, Randall.
"'The Minister of the Interior is on the Telephone': The Early Films of Luis Buñuel." Cinééaste v7, n3 (1976) pp: 2-14.

Cox, Alex
"Bug-eyed Buñuel."Sight and Sound ns5 Mar 1995. p. 61
"The writer discusses the work of Spanish film director Luis Buñuel. He asserts that behind his mask of anarchist politics and surrealism, Buñuel was a social conservative, bullying his wife and children, whining about imagined aches and pains, hypocritical, secretive, and duplicitous. He contends that Buñuel was in fact exactly like the characters in his films. He also comments on the making of Viridiana, which was subsequently banned by the Spanish authorities." [ArtAbstracts]

de León, Fernando González.
"Buñuel, Poe and Gothic Cinema." Edgar Allan Poe Review, Fall2007, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p49-64, 16p
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Decker, Christof.
"'Irony Is A Cheap Shot': Robert Altman, Luis Buñuel, and the Maneuvers of Comic Deconstruction. Amerikastudien 2007 52(1): 63-79 17p

Durgnat, Raymond.

"L'Enigme Buñuel" (les derniers films: 5 article special section; with interview)
Cahiers du Cinema no464 Feb 1993. p. 26-49

"Erotic Moments in the Films of Luis Buñuel"
Cinema Papers [3] (1974:July) 279

Everett, Wendy
"Screen as threshold: the disorientating topographies of surrealist film." Screen v 39 no2 Summer 1998. p. 141-52
"Part of a special issue on surrealism in motion pictures. The writer discusses surrealist practice in relation to film. The surrealists saw film as the ideal medium for expressing and exploring their concerns for several reasons, including its perceived similarities to the state of dreaming, which seemed perfect for their exploration of dreams and subconscious wishes. Such ideas underpin surrealist theory and practice in relation to film--the belief that the viewer's is an essentially creative role in negotiating a film's meaning--as well as perhaps forming the basis for the belief that film is inherently surrealistic. Beginning with an examination of the scene in Luis Buñuel's 1929 film Un Chien andalou, in which a razor slices open an eye and its contents spill out, the writer goes on to examine the idea of cinema as movement and locus within the process of surrealism, concluding that perhaps the surrealists' greatest contribution to film theory was their attempt to understand how films and dreams function as communication systems that are measurably different from verbal language." [ArtAbstracts]

Faber, Sebastiaan.
"Between Cernuda's Paradise and Buñuel's Hell: Mexico through Spanish Exiles' Eyes." Bulletin of Spanish Studies: Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. 80 (2): 219-39. 2003 Mar.

Flint, Peter B.
"Luis Buñuel Dies; Film Maker was 83; antagonist of religion and the conventional was leader in avant-garde surrealism. (obituary) New York Times v132, secI (Sun, July 31, 1983):22(N),

Fotiade, Ramona
"The slit eye, the scorpion and the sign of the cross: surrealist film theory and practice revisited." Screen v 39 no2 Summer 1998. p. 109-23
"Part of a special issue on surrealism in motion pictures. The writer examines the relationship between cinema and the artistic avant-garde of the 1920s and 1930s. Noting that the relationship between the literary avant-garde--especially surrealism--and early French cinema stretches back to the mid 1910s, she asserts that it is the ability of cinema to "visualize dreams" that represents the guiding principle for its appropriation amid the representations of surrealism. She goes on to discuss the work of Louis Buñuel, whose films Un Chien andalou (1929) and L'age d'or (1930) represent by far the most spoken-about exemplars of surrealist projects in the cinema. She concludes that such works as Jean-Jacques Beineix's 1986 film 37.2[degree] le matin/Betty Blue are examples of the possible reevaluation of surrealist themes and motifs in contemporary cinema." [ArtAbstracts]

Fragola, Anthony N.
"From the ecclesiastical to the profane: Foot fetishism in Luis Buñuel and Alain Robbe-Grillet." Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry. Vol 22(4), Win 1994, pp. 663-680

Fuentes, Carlos.
"The Discreet Charm of Luis Buñuel." New York Times Magazine, 122 (Mar. 11, 1973) pp: 27-29+

Fuentes, Carlos.
"Spain, Catholicism, surrealism, anarchism: the discreet charm of Luis Buñuel." The New York Times Magazine (March 11 1973) p. 27-9+

Fuentes, Victor
"Confluences: Buñuel's Cinematic Narrative and the Latin American New Novel." Discourse - 26.1&2, Winter & Spring 2004, pp. 91-110
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Gagnebin, L.
"Luis Buñuel and the Critique of Religion." (surrealism as the ideal judge of the gospels and of christianity) Language: French. Etudes Theologiques Et Religieuses, 1991, V66 N2:227-241.

García-Abrines, Luis; Daniel de Guzmán
"Rebirth of Buñuel." Yale French Studies, No. 17, Art of the Cinema. (1956), pp. 54-66.
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Gaston, Karen Carmean
"Luis Buñuel's Use of Metaphysical Conceits." New Orleans Review 9:2 (1982:Fall) 40

Gilliatt, P.
"Profiles [L. Buñuel]. The New Yorker v. 53 (December 5 1977) p. 53-4+

Greenbaum, Richard
"Luis Buñuel." [obituary] Films in Review 34:8 (1983:Oct.) 484

Grenier, C.
"Two filmmakers: the Buñuels." Harper's Bazaar v. 106 (January 1973) p. 84-5

Grossvogel, David I.
"Buñuel's Obsessed Camera." Diacritics 2:1 (1972:Spring) 51
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Gubern, Román; Hammond, Paul
"Buñuel: de "L'Union libre" au "Front rouge"." Positif; nr.482 (Apr 2001); p.63-67
Analysis of the period in which Luis Buñuel was a member of the Communist party.

Hammond, Robert M.
"The Literary Style of Luis Buñuel." Hispania 46:3 (1963:Sept.) 506
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Harcourt, Peter
"Luis Buñuel: Spaniard and Surrealist." Film Quarterly 20:3 (1967:Spring) 2
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Higginbotham, Virginia.
"Convictions & Contradictions of Luis Buñuel: Mon Dernier Soupir." Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, vol. 6 no. 2. 1987 Winter. pp: 63-73.

Higginbotham, Virginia.
"Feminism and Buñuel: Points of Contact."RLA: Romance Languages Annual, vol. 1. 1989. pp: 464-467.

Hogue, Peter
"The discreet fury of Luis Buñuel."Film Comment v 37 no1 Jan/Feb 2001. p. 42-6
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"Spanish surrealist Luis Buñuel ranked among the great names of film art, an original who became a master of cinema without ever going mainstream and who remains somewhat elusive. The writer considers a catalog of touchstone elements in Buñuel's work in an attempt to explore what the storied modernist auteur means to viewers at the start of a new century." [Art Index]

Irwin, Gayle.
"Luis Buñuel's postmodern Explicador: film, story and narrative space." Canadian Journal of Film Studies, 1995, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p27-47, 21p

Jones, Jack.
"Luis Buñuel, Avant-garde Director, Dies." (obituary) Los Angeles Times, v102, secII (Sat, July 30, 1983):1, col 1

Jones, Julie.
""Above all... don't perform!" Playing to the Camera of Luis Buñuel." Cineaste. Summer 2008. Vol. 33, Iss. 3; p. 22 (5 pages)
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Kinder, Marsha
"Hot Spots, Avatars, and Narrative Fields Forever - Buñuel's Legacy for New Digital Media and Interactive Database Narrative." Film Quarterly 554 [Summer 2002] 2-15
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Kirkup, James
"Cinema: Luis Buñuel." London Magazine n.s.:22:8 (1982:Nov.) 6

Kovacs, Katherine Singer
"Luis Buñuel and Pierre Louys: two visions of obscure objects." Cinema Journal v 19 no1 Fall 1979. p. 86-98
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Landis J
"Buñuel's Eyes + Gabriel Figueroa - In-memoriam." Sight & Sound 7: (6) 3-3 June 1997

Lauder, R.E.
"Luis Buñuel: the surrealist as moralist." America v. 128 (February 3 1973) p. 93-4

"Luis B. 2000."(6 article special section)
Cahiers du Cinema no546 May 2000. p. 54-69
"A special section marking the centenary of the birth of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. Articles discuss his work, his shortened version of Leni Riefenstahl's film Triumph of Will, and the second ending he made for his Mexican film Los Olvidados. An extract from his wife's biography of him and a time-line of his activities in America (1938-43), where he was sent by the Spanish Republic to act as a consultant on films about the Spanish Civil War, are also provided." [Art Index]

Malaguti, C.
"The Mexican Years of Luis Buñuel." Language: Italian. Cineforum, 1993 May, V33 N5:24-27.

Mayersberg, Paul
"The Happy Ending Of Luis Buñuel." Sight and Sound Issue: 52:4 (1983:Autumn) p.258 G
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Paul Mayersberg suggests that the scourge of the bourgeoisie was not quite what he seemed.

Miles, Robert J.
"Virgin on the edge: Luis Buñuel's transnational trope." Studies in Hispanic Cinema; 2006, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p169-188, 20p
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Millar, Gavin
"The Scandalous Charm of Luis Buñuel." London Review of Books 5:16 (1983:Sept. 1/14) 6

Milne, Tom
"Mexican Buñuel." Sight and Sound v 35 no1 Winter 1965/1966. p. 36-9
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Mortimore, Roger
"Buñuel, Saenz de Heredia and Filmofono." Sight and Sound v 44 no3 Summer 1975. p. 180-2

Olm, M.
"Luis Buñuel - The Filmmaking Years In Spain (1933-1936)." Language: French. Positif, 1993 Oct, N392:70-76.

Olney, Ian.
"Repetition (With Difference) and Ludic Deferral in the Later Films of Luis Buñuel." Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 2001, 18:1, 71-82.
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Repetition is the paradoxical element when Luis Bunuel explores mystery in his later films, especially in 'The Exterminating Angel.' Bunuel dismissed the critical "rage to understand" his work, showing that repeating elements while altering them slightly was the way to defer closure.

Papciak, Bryan M.
""Thank God I'm an atheist:" The surrealistic cinema of Luis Buñuel."

Pechter, William S
"Movies: Buñuel's Art." Commentary 51:3 (1971:Mar.) 76
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Perez, Gilberto
"Thread of the disconcerting: a note on Buñuel's narrative." Sight and Sound v 52 no1 Winter 1982/1983. p. 58-61
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Perilli, Plinio
"Luis Bunel: the blank eyelid of the screen." L'Architettura v. 48 (March 2002) p. 193-8
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"The work and career of Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel are discussed. The writer highlights a number of events in Buñuel's career, including his travels to Paris, the United States, and Mexico, as well as his return to Spain, which was followed by international success. He also examines a number of Buñuel's movies, the themes he explored in them, his iconography and style, and his anarchic vision." [Art Index]

Podol, Peter L.
"The Grotesque Mode in Contemporary Spanish Theatre and Film." Modern Language Studies, vol. 15 no. 4. 1985 Fall. pp: 194-207.

Powrie, Phil.
"Masculinity in the Shadow of the Slashed eye: Surrealist Film Criticism at the Crossroads." Screen, v. 39 no2 (Summer '98) p. 153-63.
"Part of a special issue on surrealism in motion pictures. Having given a brief history of surrealist film, including early psychoanalytical theory, the writer reviews The critical grasp: Buñuelian cinema and its critics, a 1986 review by Linda Williams, repeating some of the review's main points to ascertain whether there have been any important advances in surrealist film criticism since the review was published. Limiting himself to the period from the 1920s to the early 1930s and surrealist film criticism to works from that period, including Luis Buñuel's Un Chien andalou, he explores Lacanian-inspired spectatorship theory and the return to history or historical poetics as epitomized by the work of Richard Abel." [from ArtAbstracts]

Preston, Adam
"Script Special: Jean-Claude Carrière: I was Buñuel's Duble." Sight and Sound 15:12 (December 2005) p. 20-22
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"Screenwriter and intellectual Jean-Claude Carrière is profiled. Among the topics dicussed are Carrière's education, the evolution of his career, his many collaborations with director Luis Buñuel as well as other directors, and his ongoing analysis of the language of film. Some of his many films and publications are highlighted." [IIPA]

Prouse, Derek
"Interviewing Buñuel." Sight and Sound v 29 no3 Summer 1960. p. 118-19
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Rafael, George
"The discreet charms of Luis Buñuel." Cineaste v 25 no2 2000. p. 32-3
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"An appreciation of director Luis Buñuel on the occasion of the centenary of his birth. The dominant traits of Buñuel, whose films included Un chien andalou, l'age d'or, and The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, were a cozy ambiguity and an armchair amorality. He chose not to pass judgment or feign omniscience; in an indifferent universe, his characters are at liberty to bind themselves as they wish. This stoic temperament, which verged on cynicism, was guaranteed to rub right-thinking people up the wrong way. It meant, for the masses wanting an evening's entertainment, no happy endings or satisfying resolutions, no good guys and bad guys. He seldom faltered in his Surrealist beliefs or progressive ideals, despite the disillusionments he later admitted to, he just toned them down as experience dictated. The expression "Buñuelesque" has come to mean anything that is just a bit off or weird and is detectable in the works of such disparate talents as David Lynch, Robert Altman, Carlos Saura, Pedro Almodovar, and Victor Erice." [ArtAbstracts]

Ranciere, Jacques
"Buñuel et le cinema surrealiste." Cahiers du Cinema no. 548 (July/August 2000) p. 56-7
"The writer discusses the films Le Chien andalou, and L'age d'or, on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. Both films are testament to the great will of the Surrealists: to create images that go beyond the reality of art, after the fashion of the great lives as recounted in mythology. The new art of light projection piercing the dark movie theaters seemed to present the opportunity to inscribe dreamlike visions on the plain white canvas of cinema: the image of the director's razor slicing the eye at the beginning of the film is thus a sadistic surgery of romantic and symbolic dreams and an exact illustration of the Surrealist doctrine." [Art Index]

Reia-Baptista, Vitor
"The Heretical Pedagogy of Luis Buñuel: a study of the pedagogical character of the heresies and moralities in the cinema of Luis Buñuel." Biblioteca On-line de Ciências da Comunicação - BOCC Spring, 1987

Ribar, Margarita.
"Surrealism, Tremendismo, Love and Sexuality in Turn-of-the-Century Spanish Film: Images from the Cinema of Luis Buñuel." Hispanic Journal. 22(1):349-56. 2001 Spring

Rich, B. Ruby.
"Meet Jeanne Buñuel." (the influence of Luis Buñuel's wife in his films) Sight And Sound, 1995 Aug, V5 N8:20-23.
"A comment on the life of Jeanne Rucar de Buñuel, the wife of film director Luis Buñuel. Evidence suggests that Jeanne was not only the director's wife but also his muse, the secret model for the women of innocent mien and perverse desire who move so magically through his films and come, so frequently, to no good end. What can be revealed from Jeanne's memoirs, entitled Memories of a Woman without a Piano, is that Buñuel was a secret tyrant whose public face of antibourgeois anarchism concealed a domestic life of bourgeois regulation and sadistic authoritarianism." [ArtAbstracts]

Romney, Jonathan.
"Delirium Dilute." (the films of Luis Buñuel) New Statesman & Society, v5, n214 (August 7, 1992):31 (2 pages).

Roof, Gayle.
"Buñuel and the Romantic Fantastic: Techniques in his Avant-Garde Works." Hispanic Journal, vol. 13 no. 1. 1992 Spring. pp: 37-50.

Roof, Gayle.
"Context as Instability: Aspects of Object Presentation in Luis Buñuel's Avant-Garde Works." Tenth Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, La Chispa '89: Selected Proceedings. New Orleans. 1989. 418 pp. PageS: 257-267.

Ross, Kristin.
"Schoolteachers, Maids, and Other Paranoid Histories." Yale French Studies, vol. 91. 1997. pp: 7-27.

Rubinstein, Elliot
"Buñuel's World, Or The World and Buñuel." Philosophy and Literature 2:2 (1978:Fall) 237

Santander, Hugo N.
"Luis Buñuel, Existential Filmmaker." Especulo: Revista de Estudios Literarios. 20: (no pagination). 2002 Mar-June.

Siegel, Jeanne
"Image of the eye in Surrealist art and its psychoanalytic sources, part One: the mythic eye (symbolization of the Oedipal myth)." Arts Magazine v 56 Feb 1982. p. 102-6

Smith, P.J.
"Shocks and Prejudices." (The value and interest of the cinema of Luis Buñuel) Sight And Sound, 1995 Aug, V5 N8:24-26.
"The writer examines why Luis Buñuel's surrealist work has fallen out of critical fashion and how it might be rescued from neglect. He posits that the answer to the first question has to do with gender and that the answer to the second question has to do with nationality. He argues for a new reading of Buñuel that neglects surface sexism for the less tangible processes of cross-gender fantasy and identification. He points out that there is no doubt that the question of nationality is crucial to the Buñuel who lived a very public life as an exile. He contends that it is in Buñuel's attitude to nationality, nomadic and shifting, that he draws closer to the postmodern problematic from which he is elsewhere so distant." [ArtAbstracts]

Stam, Robert.
"Hitchcock and Buñuel: Desire and the Law." Studies in the Literary Imagination 16:1 (1983:Spring) p.7
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Stein, Elliott
"Buñuel's golden bowl." Sight and Sound v 36 no4 Autumn 1967. p. 172-5

Taves, B.
" Whose Hand?: The 'Beast With Five Fingers': Correcting a Buñuel Myth." Sight And Sound, 56: (3) 210-211 SUM 1987
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Tesson, Charles
"La Chair et la farce (l'enigme Luis Buñuel) Cahiers du Cinema no464 Feb 1993. p. 40-4

Tesson, Charles
"Buñuel, 1938-1943: sa nuit americaine." Cahiers du Cinema no546 May 2000. p. 63
"Part of a special section marking the centenary of the birth of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. A time-line of Buñuel's activities during his time in America (1938-43) is provided. Buñuel was sent to America on "official" mission of the Spanish government to act as a consultant on films made about the Spanish Civil War." [Art Index]

Thomson, David.
"In Buñuel's dreams began film's liberation. If 'Un Chien Andalou' and L'age d'Or' could be made in 1928 and 1930, how is there so much bland realism on film?" New York Times (Sun, Feb 20, 2000):AR13(N), AR13(L), col 1, 25 col in.

Tobias, James
" Buñuel's Net Work. (Luis Buñuel) Film Quarterly Winter 1998 v52 i2 p10(1)
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"Argues that "The Phantom of Liberty," directed by Luis Buñuel works by presenting a series of episodes which can be regarded as linear narratives cut short but as potential narrative networks, which, although only partially activated for our experience, can continue to operate and influence each other. Suggests that each episode presupposes the existence of a set of real world power networks. Informs that the narrative networks in which the characters make their moves in the film resemble these real world networks, so the film is understood as realistic to the degree that reality is recognized. Considers the surreal elements, and examines previous critical approaches to this film." [International Index to the Performing Arts]

Walker, Ian; Willis, Don
"Buñuel's half century." Sight and Sound v 47 no1 Winter 1977/1978. p. 2-8
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Weiss, Allen S.
"Between the Sign of the Scorpion and the Sign of the Cross: L'age d'or." Dada/Surrealism, vol. 15. 1986. pp: 159-175.

Williams, Linda.
"The Critical Grasp: Buñuelian Cinema and Its Critics." Dada/Surrealism , vol. 15. 1986. pp: 199-206.

Wilson, Peter.
"Immersed in Films." (Luis Buñuel, childhood and art) Sight and Sound v3, n1 (Jan, 1993):35.
"Artist Peter Wilson looks at the connection between the films of etymologist Luis Bunuel, and his own childhood memories of a water tank full of frogs outside of a cinema in Glasgow. The insects in Buñuel's films and the creatures in the watertank both convey a sense of mystery that has influenced Wilson's paintings. The debate over whether to kill insects in Buñuel's films points to a reverence for life, as well as a recognition of human mortality." [Expanded Academic Index]

Wood, Michael.
"Buñuel's private lessons." The New York Review of Books v. 25 (February 23 1978) p. 39-42

Wood, Michael.
"Down with liberty." Sight & Sound v. ns10 no. 9 (September 2000) p. 30-3
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"The writer contends that Luis Buñuel's films can be perceived as an act of war on the conventional story. In Le Fantome de la liberte/Phantom of Liberty, he uses narrative to refute the notion of personal freedom, taking the wreckage of convention to its furthest limits: scrambling and tearing both the practice of narrative and the very notion of human consequence, the possibility of getting logically from here to there. Although some of the gags in the film now look a little slow-moving, the film remains very funny and very disturbing, full of threat underneath its glossy appearance. However, despite the talk of chance in the film, and the appearance of chance in the sequence of events, Buñuel's real interest is not so much in chance but in the feelings the threat of chance raises. The disorderly pattern of recurring images, especially of animals, and the ragged story-line suggest that both narrative and society are versions of captivity, historical and cultural zoos. The film finally questions whether we really want to get out, and why we built the zoo." [Art Index]

Wood, Michael.
"'God Never Dies': Buñuel and Catholicism." Renaissance & Modern Studies,vol. 36. 1993. pp: 93-121.

Yeats, E.D.
"Image and Body: The Optical Alignment of Walter Benjamin and Luis Buñuel. Journal of European Studies v23, n91 (Sept, 1993):251 (32 pages)
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"Walter Benjamin and Luis Buñuel combine allegory and Freudian surrealism in their parallel portrayals of the moon and the human eye. A scene from Buñuel's film 'Un Chien andalou' depicts a human eye being sliced by a razor interspersed with shots of clouds on a moonlit night. Freud's parallel between the human eye and the male organ, and the corresponding fear of blindness and castration, provide a powerful physical image. Benjamin's metaphorical use of celestial images serves a more spiritual purpose of attempted theological and aesthetic enlightenment." [Expanded Academic Index]

Yeats, E.D.
"Image and Body: The Optical Alignment of Walter Benjamin and Luis Buñuel." Journal of European Studies, Vol. 23, 1993

Zenner M. C.
"The Surreal Feel: Luis Buñuel." (A mini-retrospective of films by Luis Buñuel) Senses of Cinema

Books and Articles on Individual Films

L'âge d'Or

Aranda, J. Francisco.
Luis Buñuel: A Critical Biography. Translated [from the Spanish] and edited by David Robinson. Londona: Secker and Warburg, 1975. Series title: Cinema two.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B75131 1975
UCB Moffitt PN1998 .A3B7513 1975 (another edition)

Barlow, Priscilla
"Surreal symphonies: L'Age d'or and the discreet charms of classical music." In: Soundtrack available : essays on film and popular music / edited by Pamela Robertson Wojcik and Arthur Knight.p. 31-52. Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 2001.
Music ML2075.S68 2001

Bertetto, Paolo
L'enigma del desiderio: Bu~nuel, Un chien andalou e L'age d'or 1944- [Roma]: Fondazione Scuola Nazionale di Cinema; Venezia: Marsilio Editori, c2001.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 B478 2001

Buache, Freddy.
The Cinema of Luis Buñuel. Translated [from the French] by Peter Graham. London, Tantivy Press; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1973. pp: 14-29 Series title: The International film guide series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B757131
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B757131

Buñuel, Luis
L'age d'Or: Correspondance Luis Buñuel-Charles de Noailles: Lettres et Documents (1929-1976) / [textes presentes et annotes par Jean-Michel Series title: Les Cahiers du Musee national d'art moderne.
NRLF B 4 080 112

Conrad, R.
"Un chien andalou / L'Âge d'or." Cineaste v. 30 no. 4 (Fall 2005) p. 64-5
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Durgnat, Raymond.
Luis Buñuel. [1st American ed. Berkeley] University of California Press [1968, c1967]. Series title: Movie paperbacks. pp: 38-45
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 D8 1968
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B77 1977 (another edition)

Gould, Michael.
Surrealism and the Cinema: (open-eyed screening) / by Michael Gould. pp: 59-78. Cranbury, N.J.: A. S. Barnes, 1976.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S85 G61 1976
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.S85 G61 1976

Hammond, Paul.
L'Âge d'Or / Paul Hammond. London: British Film Institute, 1997. Series title: BFI film classics.
UCB Main PN1997.A3119 H3 1997

Hammond, Paul.
"Lost and Found: Buñuel, L'Âge d'or and Surrealism." In: Luis Buñuel: new readings Edited by Peter William Evans and Isabel Santaolalla. London : BFI, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 L855 2004
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 L855 2004

Latil, Loredana
"L'Âge d'or." CinémAction; nr.103 (Mar 2002); p.26-29
On the scandal and banning of the film "L'age d'or".

Lyons, E.H.
"Luis Buñuel: the Process of Dissociation in Three Films." Cinema Journal, 13:1 (1973) pp: 45-48
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The article analyzes the three elements of the films "In Un Chien Andalou," "L'Age d'Or," and "Land Without Bread," in which director Luis Buñuel applies dissociative principles. The first element examined was the individual shot, the plastic properties of the image; followed by the relationship between sound and image; and third, the relationship between the shots, specifically the use of the faux-raccord, which means that one picture is connected between two realities. The author cites that each of the element builds the distinctive synthesis of form and content as evident in Buñuel's surrealist vision.

Magill's Survey of Cinema. Foreign Language Films. v1, pp: 29-33
Main Library Info Ctr PN1995 .M335 1985

Piazza, François
"Consideration of "Chien Andalou" by Louis Buñuel and Salvador Dali/Consideration sur la "Chien Andalou" de Luis Buñuel et Salvador Dali." Psyche. 4, 1949, pp. 147-156

Richards, Rashna Wadia.
"Unsynched: The Contrapuntal Sounds of Luis Buñuel's L'Âge d'or." Film Criticism, Winter2008/2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p23-43, 21p
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Savage, John.
"L'Amour Fou: nationalism, patriarchy and the nuptial farce in L'Âge d'or and Un chapeau de paille d'Italie." Studies in French Cinema, 2007, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p243-258, 16p
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Short, Robert.
"L'Âge d'or." In: The age of gold : Surrealist cinema / [Robert Short]. [London] : Creation, 2003.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.S85 S52 2003

Thomson, David.
"In Buñuel's dreams began film's liberation." If 'Un Chien Andalou' and L'Âge d'Or' could be made in 1928 and 1930, how is there so much bland realism on film? New York Times (Sun, Feb 20, 2000):AR13(N), AR13(L), col 1, 25 col in.

Weiss, Allen S.
"Between the Sign of the Scorpion and the Sign of the Cross: L'Âge d'or." In: Dada and Surrealist Film / edited by Rudolf E. Kuenzli. pp: 159-75 New York: Willis, Locker & Owens, c1987.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S85.D341 1987
Moffitt PN1995.9.S85.D34 1987

Williams, Linda
Figures of Desire: A Theory and Analysis of Surrealist Film / Linda Williams. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1981.
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.S85 .W5 *c2 copies

Williams, Sophy
"L'Âge d'or: faux-raccord (false match)." Senses of Cinema
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Belle de Jour

Carrière, Jean-Claude
"Il faut apporter ses souvenirs -- It Is Necessary to Bring One's Memories." Vertigo :20 [2000] p.24
Discusses Luis Buñuel's 1967 film about prostitution "Belle de Jour." Indicates that the film does not take place in a brothel but rather in a "maison de rendez-vous" ("meeting house") of the 1960s. States that the portrayal of brothels in French cinema is a study of history. Opines that filmmakers who reconstruct brothels today were not at all familiar with them. Remarks that contemporary cinematic brothels are decorative objects, much like ancient Rome as it was presented in the tragedies of Corneille.

d'Lugo, Marvin.
"Glances of Desire in "Belle de Jour"." Film Criticism, Winter/Spring78, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p84-89, 6p
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Denby, David.
"Belle de Jour." (movie reviews) New York v28, n28 (July 17, 1995):48 (2 pages).

Evans, Peter W.
"Myth and Ritual in Belle de Jour." In: Luis Buñuel: A Symposium: papers given at Trinity and All Saints' College, 12-14 November 1982 / edited by Margaret A. Rees. pp: 89-102. Leeds: The College, 1983.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B843 1983

Forcer, Stephen
"Trust me, I'm a director: sex, sado-masochism and institutionalization in Luis Buñuel's Belle de jour." Studies in European Cinema, vol 1, no 1, 2004

Jaehne, Karen
"Hooker" (films about prostitution)Film Comment v 23 May/June 1987. p. 25-32
"A recent spate of hooker movies has redefined not only the genre but also the image of women for hire. No longer content to stick with the love-for-sale concept, contemporary hooker films like Working Girls, Personal Services, and Mona Lisa stray into social issues, state politics, labor analysis, and the hottest topic of all, real estate. Meanwhile, the silver screen's traditional moral argument against prostitution has been replaced by the image of the hooker as a self-determined business woman who is free to rent access to her body to whomever and for whatever price she desires. An overview of hooker films includes discussion of classics in the genre like Luis Buñuel's Belle de Jour and Louis Malle's Pretty Baby and of recent films like Crimes of Passion and Half Moon Street." [ArtAbstracts]

Maslin, Janet.
"A Vision of Eroticism Among the Straitlaced." (re-released 1968 film by Luis Buñuel, 'Belle de Jour,' provides painful reminder of how subtle and intelligent films used be in those days, in contrast to current films) New York Times, v144, sec2 (Sun, June 25, 1995):H15(N), H15(L), col 1, 15

Maslin, Janet.
"Belle de Jour." (movie reviews) New York Times v144, sec2 (Sun, June 25, 1995):H15(N), H15(L), col 1, 15 col in.

Moine, Raphaëlle
"Débordements: les figures invasives de la débauche chez Buñuel -- Excesses: Invasive Figures in the Debauchery of Buñuel." Vertigo :20 [2000] p.67-71
"Discusses the metaphoric depiction of debauchery, brothels, and prostitution in several films of Luis Buñuel, including "Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie" ("The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie"), "Viridiana," and "Belle de Jour." Remarks that the metaphoric brothel in "Belle de Jour" does not allow itself to be confined by the walls of the house itself and, as in the other films of Buñuel, that the veritable disorder takes the form of a debauchery." [International Index to the Performing Arts]

Pearson, Harry, Jr.
"Belle de Jour." (Review). Films in Review, XLVI/9-10, Nov-Dec 95; p.98-99.
"The reissue prints of Luis Buñuel's Belle de Jour are in poor condition. The colors of this print have a yellowish cast: Part of the cool style of the film derives from the purity and coolness of Buñuel's color schemes. Worse, the sound becomes harsh when the conversations pass a simple forte. Another questionable feature is the decision to italicize the subtitles during the fantasy sequences." [ArtAbstracts]

Porton, Richard.
"Belle de Jour." (video recording reviews) Cineaste v23, n1 (Wntr, 1997):52 (2 pages).
"A review of Luis Buñuel's film Belle de Jour, now released on video. Depicting a woman escaping the boredom of her marriage by resorting to prostitution, the film inverts many of the viewer's most deeply rooted assumptions; prostitution and sadomasochism, activities that are commonly believed to exemplify sexual servitude and women's exploitation, here become vehicles for personal liberation." [ArtAbstracts]

Prodromidès, François
"F. for Fuck" Vertigo :20 [2000] p.89-91
"Provides a critical analysis of the brothel motif as presented in Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut." Compares Kubrick's orgy scene with the brothel in Luis Buñuel's "Belle de Jour," stating that both are interwoven between fantasy and reality." [International Index to the Performing Arts]

Sabbadini, Andrea
"Of Boxes, Peepholes and Other Perverse Objects. A Psychoanalytic Look at Luis Buñuel's Belle de jour." In: Luis Buñuel: new readings
Edited by Peter William Evans and Isabel Santaolalla. London : BFI, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 L855 2004
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 L855 2004

Solomon, Stanley J.
"Belle de Jour." In: The classic cinema; essays in criticism, edited by Stanley J. Solomon. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [1973]
Main Stack PN1994.S6141 NRLF #: B 3 567 120

Thomas, Kevin.
"Time Stands Still for La 'Belle'." (Catherine Deneuve introduces revival of Luis Buñuel's "Belle de Jour" made in 1967) Los Angeles Times v114 (Sat, June 24, 1995):F1, col 5, 26 col in.

Wood, Michael
Belle de jour London: BFI Publishing, 2000.
Main: PN1997.B7943 W66 2000

Wood, M.
"Double Lives."Sight & Sound I/9, Jan 92; p.20-23.
Discusses what is dream and what is reality in "Belle de jour", and wonders how love and pleasure can be reconciled.

Wood, Michael
Belle de jour London : BFI Publishing, 2000.
Main: PN1997.B7943 W66 2000

Wu, Harmony H.
"Unraveling Entanglements of Sex, Narrative, Sound, and Gender: The Discreet Charm of Belle de jour." In: Luis Buñuel's The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie / edited by Marsha Kinder. pp: 111-40 Cambridge [U.K.]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Series title: Cambridge film handbooks series.
UCB Main PN1997.C444 L85 1999
UCB Moffitt PN1997.C444 L85 1999

Chien Andalou

Adamowicz, Elza
Chien Andalou : French Film Guide. London: I.B.Tauris, 2010
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)

Bertetto, Paolo
L'enigma del desiderio: Buñuel, Un chien andalou e L'age d'or 1944- [Roma]: Fondazione Scuola Nazionale di Cinema; Venezia: Marsilio Editori, c2001.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 B478 2001

Brandon, Ruth.
"Andalusian Dogs." In: Surreal lives : the surrealists, 1917-1945 / Ruth Brandon. 1st American ed. New York : Grove Press, c1999.
Art/Classics NX456.5.S8.B745 1999

Buache, Freddy.
The Cinema of Luis Buñuel; translated [from the French] by Peter Graham. pp: 9-15+ London, Tantivy Press; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1973. Series title: The International Film Guide Series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B757131
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B757131

Buñuel, Luis
Un Chien Andalou. Foreword by Jean Vigo, transcription and introduction by Phillip Drummond. London; Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994.
UCB Main PN1997 .B794513 1994

>Buñuel, Luis
"Notes on the Making of Un chien andalou." In: The World of Luis Buñuel: essays in criticism / edited by Joan Mellen. New York : Oxford University Press, 1978.
Main Stack PN1998.A3B89
PFA PN1998.3.B85.W67 1978

"Un chien andalou ; Tierra sin pan" In: 100 years of Spanish cinema / Tatjana Pavlovic' ... [et al.]. Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
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Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.S72 A15 2009

Connelly, Caryn, Juliet Lund.
"Happy Sadist or Latent Feminist?: Un Buzzzñuel Mexicain." Studies in Latin American Popular Culture; 2002, Vol. 21, p233-249, 17p
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The article focusses on the works of Luis Buñuel and his first film (1928). His films and art are considered surrealist and the disturbing aspects of his surrealist aesthetics can also be attributed to his less acknowledged location in the Hispanic tradition. Because of the commercial nature of his Mexican films, critics and often Bunuel himself, have disparaged them in comparison to his European work. The article further exposes the conjunctions between the director and his context of production that provide evidence for a potentially feminist reading of the director's works. The article discusses the concrete realities of commercial cinema and its reception.

Conrad, R.
"Un chien andalou / L'Age d'or." Cineaste v. 30 no. 4 (Fall 2005) p. 64-5
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Dalí & film
Edited by Matthew Gale ; special advisors: Dawn Ades, Montse Aguer and Fèlix Fanés. New York : Museum of Modern Art, c2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks N7113.D3 D25 2007

Drummond, Phillip.
"Textual Space in 'Un Chien Andalou'." Screen, Autumn77, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p55-119, 65p
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Durgnat, Raymond.
Luis Buñuel. pp: 22-37. London, Studio Vista, 1967. Series title: Movie paperbacks.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 D8

Elder, R. Bruce
"Deception as Aggression: Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel's Un Chien andalou." In: Disguise, deception, trompe-l'oeil : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Leslie Boldt-Irons, New York : Peter Lang, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks BJ1421 .D57 2009

Film Culture, v29 (Summer 1963), pp: 22-27

Films and Filming, v8 (April 1962), pp: 13-15, 38-41

Finkelstein, Haim.
"Dali and Un Chien Andalou: The Nature of a Collaboration." Dada/Surrealism, vol. 15. 1986. pp: 128-142.

Gould, Michael.
Surrealism and the Cinema: (open-eyed screening) / by Michael Gould. pp: 13-14, 59-69+ Cranbury, N.J.: A. S. Barnes, 1976.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S85 G61 1976
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.S85 G61 1976

Iampolski, Michel
"Intertext against intertext: Buñuel and Dali's Un chien andalou." In: The memory of Tiresias : intertextuality and film / Mikhail Iampolski ; translated by Harsha Ram. p. 162-90. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1998.
Main Stack PN1995.I1813 1998

Koller, Michael
"Un Chien Andalou."Senses of Cinema

Kyrou, Adonis
Luis Buñuel, An Introduction. Translated by Adrienne Foulke. pp: 18-12. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1963.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 K9
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B83 *c2 copies

Lastra, James.
"Buñuel, Bataille, and Buster, or, the surrealist life of things." Critical Quarterly, Jul2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p16-38, 23p
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Liebman, Stuart.
"Un Chien Andalou: The Talking Cure."Dada/Surrealism, vol. 15. 1986. pp: 143-158.

LoBrutto, Vincent
"Surrealism in cinema: Un chien Andalou." In: Becoming film literate : the art and craft of motion pictures / Vincent LoBrutto ; foreword by Jan Harlan. Westport, Conn. : Praeger, c2005.
Main Stack PN1994.L595 2005
Moffitt PN1994.L595 2005
PFA PN1994.L595 2005

Lopez, Ignacio Javier.
"Film, Freud, and Paranoia: Dali and the Representation of Male Desire in An Andalusian Dog." Diacritics: A Review of Contemporary Criticism. 31 (2): 35--48. 2001 Summer.
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Lyons, E.H.
"Luis Buñuel: the Process of Dissociation in Three Films." Cinema Journal, 13:1 (1973) pp: 45-48
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The article analyzes the three elements of the films "In Un Chien Andalou," "L'Age d'Or," and "Land Without Bread," in which director Luis Buñuel applies dissociative principles. The first element examined was the individual shot, the plastic properties of the image; followed by the relationship between sound and image; and third, the relationship between the shots, specifically the use of the faux-raccord, which means that one picture is connected between two realities. The author cites that each of the element builds the distinctive synthesis of form and content as evident in Buñuel's surrealist vision.
Magill's Survey of Cinema--Silent Films
Edited by Frank N. Magill; associate editors, Patricia King Hanson, Stephen L. Hanson. pp: 298-300 Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, c1982.
UCB Hum/Area PN1997.8 .M3 V.1-3 (1982)
UCB Info Ctr PN1995 .M34 v.1-3

"Notes on the Making of Chien Andalou." In: Art in cinema : a symposium on the avantgarde film together with program notes and references for Series one of Art... [1st ed.] San Francisco : Art in Cinema Society, 1947.
PFA CineFiles
Bancroft PN1995.9.E8.A7
Main Stack PN1995.9.E96.A7

Un perro andaluz ochenta años después : Luis Buñuel y Salvador Dalí / textos de Agustín Sánche Vidal ... [et al.]. Madrid : La Fábrica Editorial, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.C464243 P47 2009

Powell, Anna.
"Ultra-confusional activity: dreams and Un chien andalou." In: Deleuze, altered states and film / Anna Powell. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks B2430.D454 P69 2007

Powrie, Phil; Rebillard, Eric
"Pierre Batcheff, the surrealist star." Studies in French Cinema; 2008, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p159-177, 19p
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Price, James
"The Andalusian Smile: Reflections on Luis Buñuel." Evergreen Review 10:40 (1966:Apr.) 24

Ranciere, Jacques
"Buñuel et le cinema surrealiste." Cahiers du Cinema no548 July/Aug 2000. p. 56-7
"The writer discusses the films Le Chien andalou, and L'âge d'or, on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. Both films are testament to the great will of the Surrealists: to create images that go beyond the reality of art, after the fashion of the great lives as recounted in mythology. The new art of light projection piercing the dark movie theaters seemed to present the opportunity to inscribe dreamlike visions on the plain white canvas of cinema: the image of the director's razor slicing the eye at the beginning of the film is thus a sadistic surgery of romantic and symbolic dreams and an exact illustration of the Surrealist doctrine." [Art Index]

Roof, Gayle.
"Un-Passionne-Appel-Au-Meurtre, Murder and Artistic Experience in Un 'Chien Andalou'" (An analysis of 2 episodes from Luis Buñuel's screenplay preface and the Film) Romance Quarterly, 1994 Fall, V41 N4:209-218.
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Screen, v18 (Autumn 1977), pp: 55-120

Short, Robert.
"Un chien Andalou" In: The age of gold : Surrealist cinema / [Robert Short]. [London] : Creation, 2003.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.S85 S52 2003

Siegel, J.
"Image of the eye in Surrealist art and its psychoanalytic sources, part One: the mythic eye." {symbolization of the Oedipal myth}. Arts Magazine v. 56 (February 1982) p. 102-6
Talens, Jenaro
The Branded Eye: Buñuel's Un Chien Andalou / Jenaro Talens; translated by Giulia Colaizzi. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1993.
UCB Main PN1997.C464243 T3513 1993

Thiher, Allen
"Surrealism's Enduring Bite: Un Chien Andalou." Literature/Film Quarterly 5:1 (1977:Winter) 38
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Thomson, David.
"In Buñuel's dreams began film's liberation. If 'Un Chien Andalou' and L'âge d'Or' could be made in 1928 and 1930, how is there so much bland realism on film?" New York Times (Sun, Feb 20, 2000):AR13(N), AR13(L), col 1, 25 col in.

Vigo, Jean.
"The Terrible Luis Buñuel."(Luis Buñuel's 'Un Chien Andalou') Index on Censorship v24, n6 (Nov-Dec, 1995):126 (3 pages).

White, Erdmute Wenzel.
"Dream as Reality: Buñuel/Dali's Un Chien Andalou Sel. Papers from Tenth Annual Florida State Univ. Conference on Literature & Film. The Kingdom of Dreams in Literature and Film. Tallahassee. 1986. vii, 148 pp. 104-113.

Williams, L.R.
"An Eye For An Eye - Why Is The Violation Of The Eye So Terrifying In Films From Buñuel To The 'Terminator'." Sight And Sound, 1994 Apr, V4 N4:14-16.
Discusses the violation of eyes on screen, and asks if this is the limit of cinematic violence; refers to films incl. "Un chien andalou", "The terminator" and "Opera".

Williams, Linda Ruth
"An Eye For An Eye." Sight and Sound Issue: n.s.:4:4 (1994:Apr.) p.14
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Why is the violation of the eye so terrifying in films from Buñuel to "The Terminator?"

Williams, Linda
"The Prologue ti Un Chien Andalou: a Surrealist Film Metaphor." Screen, Winter76/77, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p24-33, 10p

The World of Luis Buñuel: Essays in Criticism
Edited by Joan Mellen. pp: 149-53. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
UCB Main PN1998 .A3B89

The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz

Donnell, Sidney.
"Quixotic Desire and the Avoidance of Closure in Luis Buñuel's 'The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz.'" MLN (March, 1999):269 (2 pages).
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Luis Buñuel's 'The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz' is a motion picture set in the time of the Mexican Revolution. The end of the movie reflects the start. Mexican history moves in a circular way, as does Archie's life. The military and the Church affect the autonomy of the nation, while Archie's life appears to be controlled by enchanters and genies. The audience reaction to this movie leads to questions about the issue of closure, which go beyond the way that the movie ends, and involve an interaction between movie and audience.

Donnell, Sidney.
"Through the Looking Glass: Reflections on the Baroque in Luis Buñuel's The Criminal Life." In: Echoes and inscriptions : comparative approaches to early modern Spanish literatures / edited by Barbara A. Simerka and Christopher B. Weimer. Lewisburg [Pa.] : Bucknell University Press, c2000.
Main Stack PQ6066.E34 2000
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Diary of a Chambermaid

Chin, Daryl
"The Film That We Wanted To Live": Re-releasing Modernist Movies PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 69 (Volume 23, Number 3), September 2001, pp. 1-12 -
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Conrad, Randall
"Diaries of two chambermaids; the two film versions: Renoir's and Buñuel's." Film Quarterly v 24 no2 Winter 1970. p. 48-55
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Milne, Tom
"The two chambermaids." Sight and Sound v 33 no4 Autumn 1964. p. 174-8

Discreet Charm of the Bourgeouise (Le Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie)

Film Comment, v14 (May-June 1975), pp. 52-9

Film Quarterly, v26 (Winter 1972-73), p. 14

Films in Review, v24 (Jan. 1973), p. 54

Gantrel, Martine.
"La Gastronomie française au cinéma entre 1970 et 1990." The French Review: Journal of the American Association of Teachers of French 75(4):697-706. 2002 Mar

Horowitz, Irving Louis
"Buñuel's Bourgeouise." Society Thursday, September 20, 2007
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"Interruption as style; Buñuel's Le Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie."
Sight and Sound v 42 no1 Winter 1972/1973. p. 2-4

Izurieta, Ibon.
"Performativity In Buñuel's The Phantom of Liberty and The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. Modern Language Review, Jul2008, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p753-766, 14p

Jones, Julie
"The Picaro in Paris: "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" and the Picaresque Tradition." Journal of Film and Video 51:1 [Spring 1999] p.42-55
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"Examines the film "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" (1972) directed by Luis Buñuel, noting it is the middle film in a trilogy that starts with "Milky Way" (1969) and ends with "The Phantom of Liberty" (1974). States that as an essential part of the film's image of life as a "confused labyrinth," picaresque elements provide the film with a tone and structure of meaning that do much to explain its peculiar appeal. Explores "Discreet Charm" in relation to the conventions of the picaresque genre and the baroque mentality it embodies. Emphasizes the role of Rafael, the picareque protagonist, arguing that he is a tongue-in-cheeck self-portrait of Buñuel--a rogue from a Hispanic country who is the primary dreamer of the film." [IIPA]

Kael, Pauline. Reeling. 1st ed. pp: 70-3 Boston: Little, Brown, c1976.
Moffitt PN1995.K252
Main Stack PN1995.K2521

Luis Buñuel's The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie / edited by Marsha Kinder. Cambridge [U.K.]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Series title: Cambridge film handbooks series.
UCB Main PN1997.C444 L85 1999
UCB Moffitt PN1997.C444 L85 1999
Table of contents via Google books

Moine, Raphaëlle
"Débordements: les figures invasives de la débauche chez Buñuel -- Excesses: Invasive Figures in the Debauchery of Buñuel." Vertigo :20 [2000] p.67-71
"Discusses the metaphoric depiction of debauchery, brothels, and prostitution in several films of Luis Buñuel, including "Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie" ("The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie"), "Viridiana," and "Belle de Jour." Remarks that the metaphoric brothel in "Belle de Jour" does not allow itself to be confined by the walls of the house itself and, as in the other films of Buñuel, that the veritable disorder takes the form of a debauchery." [International Index to the Performing Arts]

New York Times, (Oct. 14, 1972), p. 40

New York Times, (Oct. 29, 1972), Sect II, p.1

New Yorker, v48 (Nov. 11, 1972), pp: 1532-35.

Pauly, Rebecca.
"A revolution is not a dinner party: the discrete charm of Buñuel's bourgeoisie. (Luis Bunuel)." Literature-Film Quarterly 22.n4 (Oct 1994): 232(6).
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"Luis Buñuel's surreal movie 'Le Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie' inverts the social order and shatters the normal facade of manners. It epitomizes his own definition of surrealism as 'a poetic...and moral movement.' Made in 1972 at the height of Mao Tse-Tung's Cultural Revolution, it symbolically portrays the decline of social conduct and mores and shows the ruling class to possess the worst of the traits that it hypocritically condemns." [Expanded Academic Index]

Rejda, Roger R.
Surrealism And Buñuel's 'The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie [Disseration, University Of Nebraska - Lincoln]

Rosenbaum, Jonathan
"Interruption as Style: Buñuel's The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie." In: Movies As Politics / Jonathan Rosenbaum. pp: 22-27. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, c1997.
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.P6 R67 1997

Scott, A.O.
"Dinner with bourgeois friends. Hold the realism." (movie review) New York Times (Fri, May 12, 2000):B18(N), E16(L), col 3, 20 col in.

Wood, Michael
"Discreet charm of Luis Buñuel." American Film v 7 Sept 1982. p. 34-9

Exterminating Angel

Aranda, J. Francisco
Luis Buñuel: A Critical Biography / by Francisco Aranda: translated [from the Spanish] and edited by David Robinson. pp: 206-13. London: Secker and Warburg, 1975. Series title: Cinema two.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B75131 1975
Moffitt PN1998 .A3B7513 1975 (another edition)

Buache, Freddy.
The Cinema of Luis Buñuel; translated [from the French] by Peter Graham. pp: 127-36. London, Tantivy Press; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1973. Series title: The International Film Guide Series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B757131
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B757131

Edwards, Gwynne.
The Discreet Art of Luis Buñuel: A Reading of His Films / Gwynne Edwards. pp: 169-93 London; Boston: M. Boyars, 1982.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B7571 1982

Film Culture, v41 (Summer 1966), pp. 66-67

Films in Review, v13 (June/July 1962), pp. 330-32

Film Society Review, (Feb. 1966), pp. 18-20

Higginbotham, Virginia
Luis Buñuel / Virginia Higginbotham. pp: 149-58. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979. Series title: Twayne's Theatrical Arts series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 .B7513
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 .B7513

Magill's Survey of Cinema--Silent Films
Edited by Frank N. Magill; associate editors, Patricia King Hanson, Stephen L. Hanson. pp: 1021-24. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, c1982.
UCB Hum/Area PN1997.8 .M3 V.1-3 (1982)
UCB Info Ctr PN1995 .M34 v.1-3

Miles, Robert J.
"Crossing the Line in Mexico? Luis Buñuel's El ángel exterminador." In: Latin American cinema : essays on modernity, gender and national identity. pp. 59-90. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2005.
Main: PN1993.5.L3 L28 2005; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip058/2005005041.html

New York Times, (Aug. 22, 1967), p. 33

New Yorker, v43 (Aug. 26, 1967), pp: 78-9

Stam, Robert
Reflexivity in Film and Lliterature: From Don Quixote to Jean-Luc Godard / by Robert Stam. pp: 184-5 Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, c1985. Series title: Studies in cinema: no. 31.
UCB Main PN1995 .S675 1985
UCB Moffitt PN1995 .S675 1985

Studies in the Literary Imagination, v16 n1 (1983), pp: 7-27

Village Voice, v13 (Aug. 24, 1967), p. 21

The World of Luis Buñuel: Essays in Criticism / edited by Joan Mellen. pp: 244-56 New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
UCB Main PN1998 .A3B89

Land Without Bread (Las Hurdes)

"Un chien andalou ; Tierra sin pan" In: 100 years of Spanish cinema / Tatjana Pavlovic' ... [et al.]. Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.S72 A15 2009

Conley, Tom.
"Documentary Surrealism: On Land without Bread." Dada/Surrealism, vol. 15. 1986. pp: 176-198.

Conley, Tom.
"Documentary Surrealism: On Land without Bread." In:

Elder, B.
"Luis Buñuel's Las Hurdes (1933)." In: Beauty and the abject : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Leslie Boldt-Irons, Corrado Fede New York : P. Lang, c2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.A23 B43 2007

Francis, Caroline.
"Slashing the Complacent Eye: Luis Buñuel and the Surrealist Documentary." Visual Anthropology, Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p72-87, 16p
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Green, J. F.
"This reality which is not one: Flaherty, Bunuel and the irrealism of documentary cinema." In: Docufictions : essays on the intersection of documentary and fictional filmmaking / edited by Gary D. Rhodes and John Parris Springer. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2006.
Main Stack PN1995.9.D62.D63 2006
Moffitt PN1995.9.D62.D63 2006
PFA PN1995.9.D62.D63 2006

Herrera Navarro, Javier
"Buñuel en el valle de la muerte: "Las Hurdes" y la tradicion realista Espanola." Goya no275 Mar/Apr 2000. p. 97-108
"The writer argues that the work of filmmaker Luis Buñuel (1900-83) should be inserted into the realist tradition of Spanish art, particularly that of the Baroque period of the 17th century, culminating with Goya. He maintains that Buñuel's discourse about death and the stages (hunger, misery, illness) that precede it as evidenced in his 1933 documentary film Las Hurdes, allows him to fit into the Spanish realist tradition. He explores the origins of the poetry of misery and death, which is so typical of the Baroque period and which is omnipresent throughout Buñuel's film. He argues that the exaggeration of reality is the basis of Buñuel's unique and peculiar style. He discusses Las Hurdes under the following headings: putrefaction as a premise, the poetry of misery, the triumph of death, and the extreme reality of Las Hurdes." [ArtAbstracts]

Herrera Navarro, Javier.
Estudios sobre Las Hurdes de Buñuel: (evidencia filmica, estetica y recepcion) Sevilla : Renacimiento, 2006.
MAIN: PN1997.H865 H477 2006

Ibarz, Mercè
Buñueldocumental : "Tierra sin pan" y su tiempo / Mercè Ibarz. Zaragoza, España : Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HN590.H87 I23 1999

Ibarz, Mercè
"A Serious Experiment: Land Without Bread, 1933." In: Luis Buñuel: new readings< Edited by Peter William Evans and Isabel Santaolalla. London : BFI, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 L855 2004
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 L855 2004

Lastra, James.
"Buñuel, Bataille, and Buster, or, the surrealist life of things." Critical Quarterly, Jul2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p16-38, 23p
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Lastra, James F.
"Why is this absurd picture here? Ethnology/equivocation/Buñuel." October (Cambridge, Mass) no89 Summer 1999. p. 51-68
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"Luis Buñuel's 1933 film Las Hurdes: Land Without Bread addresses the issue of cultural scapegoating in a resonant but strangely cryptic, equivocal way. Both a documentary and a dismantling of a documentary, the movie shows a string of atrocities that make up Hurdano everyday life, treading a thin line between revolutionary social critique and reactionary revulsion. Characteristic of the movie as a whole is one of its most notorious scenes, in which a goat, whose meat is eaten by the Hurdanos only when the animal dies as a consequence of a fall, plummets down a precipice after being shot. This stadeath and the staged scene both exemplifies the Hurdanos' dehumanization and thematizes the act of ethnographic representation. Because of its surprising duplicity, however, it also serves to subvert the movie's claims to objectivity and, more importantly, the viewer's certainty about its moral and political stance." [ArtAbstracts]

Lyons, E.H.
"Luis Buñuel: the Process of Dissociation in Three Films." Cinema Journal, 13:1 (1973) pp: 45-48
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The article analyzes the three elements of the films "In Un Chien Andalou," "L'Age d'Or," and "Land Without Bread," in which director Luis Buñuel applies dissociative principles. The first element examined was the individual shot, the plastic properties of the image; followed by the relationship between sound and image; and third, the relationship between the shots, specifically the use of the faux-raccord, which means that one picture is connected between two realities. The author cites that each of the element builds the distinctive synthesis of form and content as evident in Buñuel's surrealist vision.

Mauer, Barry
"Asynchronous Documentary: Buñuel's Land without Bread." In: Lowering the boom : critical studies in film sound / edited by Jay Beck and Tony Grajeda. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.7 .L69 2008

Mendelson, John
"Centennial revisions: Luis Buñuel's Las Hurdes: Tierra sin pan." Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 1.2 (Sept 1, 2000): 215(9).
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Mendelson, John
"Contested Territory: The Politics of Geography in Luis Buñuel's Las Hurdes: Tierra sin pan." Locus Amoenus, no. 2 (1996), pp. 230-42
"As Hurdes (1933), Luis Buñuel's third film and only documentary, has been the subject of critical attention throughout the past decade. Nevertheless, its early reception during the Thirties and its relationship to the political events of the Second Republic have been scarcely mentioned. This article seeks not only to historically contextualize the film, but also to examine the multiple references within the film to the conventions of documentary, the emerging disciplines of geography and ethnography, and the influence of the film's cameraman Eli Lotar and dissident surrealism. The article demonstrates that the film engages an aesthetic of collage and juxtaposition to provoke a different understanding of documentary, ethnography and the Spanish landscape."

Mendelson, John
"Land Without Bread." In: Documenting Spain : artists, exhibition culture, and the modern nation, 1929-1939 / Jordana Mendelson. University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2005.
Main Stack NX180.D63.M46 2005

Nannicelli, Ted
"Luis Buñuel's Land Without Bread: The critics and the contexts." Studies in Documentary Film v. 1 no. 2 (2007) p. 137-50
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Nichols, Bill
"Documentary Film and the Modernist Avant-Garde." Critical Inquiry Vol. 27, No. 4 (Summer, 2001), pp. 580-610
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Resina, Joan Ramon.
"Documentary as a space of intuition : Luis Buñuel's Land without bread." In: The spatial turn : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Barney Warf and Santa Arias. London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks G70 .S685 2009

Roof, Gayle.
"Approaching Las 'Hurdes' - The Confrontation of Avant-Garde and Pueblo in Luis Buñuel's Early Works." Revista De Estudios Hispanicos, 1993 Jan, V27 N1:89-111.

Rubinstein, E.
"Visit to a Familiar Planet: Buñuel Among the Hurdanos."Cinema Journal XXII/4, Summer 83; p.3-17.
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This paper explores, amplifies, and challenges some commonly accepted views of Buñuel's "Land Without Bread" as (1) a "scientific" document, (2) a travelogue, and (3) a radical variation on received notions of the relation of image and sound in film

Ruoff, Jeffrey.
"An Ethnographic Surrealist Film: Luis Buñuel's Land Without Bread." Visual Anthropology Review 14, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1998), 45-57
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Russell, Catherine
"Surrealist Ethnography: Las Hurdes and the Documentary Unconscious." In: F is for phony : fake documentary and truth's undoing / Alexandra Juhasz and Jesse Lerner, editors. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2006.
Main Stack PN1995.9.D62.F3 2006
PFA PN1995.9.D62.F3 2006

Sinclair, Alison
"Interior and Internal Spain: Visions of the Primitive at the Cultural Interface." Romance Studies, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 209-21, November 2004. p>
Sobchack, Vivian.
"Synthetic Vision: The Dialectical Imperative of Luis Buñuel's Las Hurdes." Millennium Film Journal, Fall1980/Winter81 Issue 7-9, p140-150, 11p

Sobchack, Vivian.
"Synthetic Vision: The Dialectical Imperative of Luis Buñuel's Las Hurdes." In: Documenting the Documentary: Close Readings of Documentary Film and Video / edited by Barry Keith Grant and Jeannette Sloniowski. pp: 70-82. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c1998. Contemporary film and television series
Moffitt PN1995.9.D6.D58 1998

Thomas, Nicholas
"Colonial surrealism: Luis Buñuel's Land without bread Third Text no26 Spring 1994. p. 25-32
"Luis Buñuel's 27-minute documentary known as Land Without Bread or Las Hurdes is discussed. The film depicts peasant life in an arid part of upland Spain, which, according to the introductory text frames of the film, was only made accessible by road in 1922. The peasants are unnamed bearers of illness, misery, and tragedy; life in Las Hurdes is construed strictly as an impoverished or degraded form of a more civilized existence through references to features such as bread and ploughs that are absent, not out of famine or deprivation, but out of ignorance. The condition of these peasants is radically dehistoricized; they are not shown to have any perception of the larger causes of their situation and are unable to improve it. The writer suggests that the denigration of the people depicted is contrived, and that the conventional reading of the film as a straightforward documentary is inaccurate; the film rather shares structures and tropes with colonial discourse." [ArtAbstracts]

Milky Way (La Voie Lactée)

Jones, Julie.
"The saint and the general: Buñuel cocks a snook at authority on the Road to Santiago." Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, 2009, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p19-30, 12p
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This reading of Luis Buñuel's La Voie Lactée/The Milky Way (1969) involves the director's response to General Franco's appropriation of Santiago (St. James) as his alter ego during the Civil War and his later exploitation of the Camino de Santiago (Road to Santiago) as a source of revenue. I explore the problem of uneven development between Spain and France in 1969 (the film starts in one and ends in the other). I argue that the film undermines any assertion of essential national identity; indeed, it undermines the sense of identity altogether with a transgression of the bounds of time and space and a self-conscious theatricality that mock Franco's reinvention of St. James and the rapture of fanatics of all stripes. Following the map with which it begins, the film ironically emulates the very pilgrimage it sends up and, relying on the arms of Surrealism, suggesting finally that the real revelation is that which opens the mind to other ways of seeing. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Nazarin

Adler, Renata
"Buñuel's relentless Nazarin." New York Times - 1968 Jun 21 - 1 page
PFA CineFiles

Faulkner, Sally
"Nazarin (Buñuel 1958): From uncertainty to censure." In: Literary adaptations in Spanish cinema London ; Rochester, NY : Tamesis, 2004.
Main Stack PN1993.5.S7.F34 2004
PFA PN1993.5.S7.F34 2004

Faulkner, Sally
"Artful Relation: Buñuel's Debt to Galdós in Nazarin and Tristana." Hispanic Research Journal, Feb2003, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p73-89, 17p
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Film Culture, v21 (Summer 1960), pp. 60-62

Film Culture, v41 (Summer 1966), pp. 60-65

Film Journal, n15 (March 1960), pp. 51-54

Film Journal, n18 (Oct. 1961), p. 19

Film Quarterly, v13 (Spring 1960), pp. 30-1

Galeota, Vito.
Galdos e Bunue: Romanzo, Film, Narrativita in Nazarin e in Tristana / Vito Galeota. Napoli: Istituto universitario orientale, 1988. Series title: Pubblicazioni della Sezione romanza. Studi: 11. NRLF B 3 820 257

Higginbotham, Virginia
Luis Buñuel / Virginia Higginbotham. pp: 107-10. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979. Series title: Twayne's Theatrical Arts series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 .B7513
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 .B7513

New Yorker, v44 (June 22, 1968), p. 66

Rodgers, Eamonn.
"Apurando la leccion: Luis Buñuel and Galdos's Nazarin." Romance Studies, vol. 26. 1995 Autumn. pp: 51-59.

Sight and Sound, v32 (Autumn 1963), pp. 194-5

Willis, D.
" Buñuel's Half Century. Nazarin: Bu¤uel's Comic Hero Revisited."Sight & Sound XLVII/1, Winter 77-78; p.5-7.
Analysis of the hero.

Los Olvidados (The Young and the Damned)

Austerlitz, Saul.
"Los Olvidados." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. 25:(no pagination). 2003 Mar-Apr

Barcia, J. Rubia
"Luis Buñuel's Los Olvidados." Film Quarterly 7 (1952/1953) 392
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Bazin, A.
"Los Olvidados." In: The World of Luis Buñuel: essays in criticism / edited by Joan Mellen. New York : Oxford University Press, 1978.
Main Stack PN1998.A3B89
PFA PN1998.3.B85.W67 1978

Buache, Freddy.
The Cinema of Luis Buñuel; translated [from the French] by Peter Graham. pp: 48-50. London, Tantivy Press; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1973. Series title: The International Film Guide Series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B757131
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B757131

Buñuel, Luis
Los olvidados : una pelicula de Luis Buñuel Mexico D.F ; Fundacion Televisa, 2004.
MAIN: \f\ PN1998.3.B86 O58 2004; Storage Info: D 2 612 110

Durgnat, Raymond.
Luis Buñuel. pp: 60-8. London, Studio Vista, 1967. Series title: Movie paperbacks.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 D8

Films in Review, v3 (May 1952), p. 245

Garbicz, Adam.
Cinema, The Magic Vehicle: A Guide to Its Achievement / by Adam Garbicz and Jacek Klinowski. pp: 506-7 Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1975-1979
Main Stack PN1995.G251

Gould, Michael.
Surrealism and the Cinema: (open-eyed screening) / by Michael Gould. pp: 70-79. Cranbury, N.J.: A. S. Barnes, 1976.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S85 G61 1976
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.S85 G61 1976

Gutiérrez-Albilla, Julian Daniel.
"Fictions of Reality/Documents of the Real Encounter: Mise-en-abîme and the Irruption of the Real in Luis Buñuel's Los olvidados (1950)." Hispanic Research Journal, Sep2007, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p347-357, 11p
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Hart, Stephen
"Buñuel's Box of Subaltern Tricks: Techniques in Los olvidados." In: Luis Buñuel: new readings
Edited by Peter William Evans and Isabel Santaolalla. London : BFI, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 L855 2004
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 L855 2004

Higginbotham, Virginia
Luis Buñuel / Virginia Higginbotham. pp: 77-82. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979. Series title: Twayne's Theatrical Arts series.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 .B7513
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 .B7513

Hoberman, J.
"Los Olvidados." American Film VIII/8, June 83; p.14-15.
A re-evaluation of the film.

Ibañez, Juan Carlos; Palacio, Manuel
"Los Olvidados: The Young and the Damned." In: The cinema of Latin America / edited by Alberto Elena & Marina Diaz Lopez. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2003.
Main Stack PN1993.5.L3.C496 2003
Full-text available via Google books

Jones, J.
"Interpreting Reality: "Los olvidados" and the Documentary Mode." Journal of Film and Video v. 57 no. 4 (Winter 2005) p. 18-31
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The study concerns those elements in the film, Los olvidados that align it with documentary practice and gives equal weight to Luis Buñuel's presentation of the film and contemporary reviews in the press, both of which stressed the film's serious social purpose and thereby reinforced an interpretation of the work as nonfiction. Buñuel's conception of the documentary was heavily influenced by his experience of surrealism and of communism.

Kael, Pauline.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. [1st ed.] pp: 404-5 Boston, Little, Brown [1968]
Main Stack PN1995.K24

New York Times, (Mar. 25, 1952), p. 23

New Yorker, v27 (Dec. 8, 1951), p. 74

New Yorker, v28 (Mar. 29, 1952), p. 106

Kyrou, Adonis
Luis Bñnuel, An Introduction. Translated by Adrienne Foulke. pp: 48-9 New York, Simon and Schuster, 1963.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 B83 K9
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 B83

Magill's Survey of Cinema--Silent Films
Edited by Frank N. Magill; associate editors, Patricia King Hanson, Stephen L. Hanson. pp: 2266-71. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, c1982.
UCB Main Ref PN1997.8 .M3 V.1-3 (1982)
UCB Info Ctr PN1995 .M34 v.1-3

Rivera-Cordero, Victoria.
"Transatlantic Visions: Imagining Mexico In Juan Rejano's La Esfinge Mestiza And Luis Bñnuel's Los Olvidados. Romance Notes, Spring2006, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p309-317N, 9p
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Sight and Sound, v20 (May 1951), p. 4

Sight and Sound, v22 (April/June 1952), pp: 167-68

Sight and Sound, v23 (July/Sept. 1953), pp: 21-23

Tesson, Charles
"L'autre fin de Los olvidados." Cahiers du Cinema no546 May 2000. p. 64-6
"Part of a special section marking the centenary of the birth of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. In 1950, Buñuel made a second ending for his Mexican film Los Olvidados, which was discovered in 1996. The second ending is more optimistic, more reassuring than the first, demonstrating that violence and delinquency can be "cared for" without being obliged to use punitive repression. The very existence of a second ending is precious evidence of the difficult conditions involved in the filming of Los Olvidados, and of the dangers and pressures that Buñuel was subjected to before his film was reevaluated and saved by its excellent reception at the 1951 Cannes Film Festival." [Art Index]

The World of Luis Buñuel: Essays in Criticism / edited by Joan Mellen. pp: 194-200. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
UCB Main PN1998 .A3B89

Phantom of Liberty

Clarens, Carlos
"Chance meetings: Le Fantome de la Liberte." Sight and Sound v 44 no1 Winter 1974/1975. p. 12-13

Humphries, R.
"Lacan and the Ostrich - desire and narration inBuñuel's 'Le-Fantome-De-La-Liberte'."American Imago, 1995 Summer, V52 N2:191-203.
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"The criticism of Jacques Lacan is used to analyze the 14 sequences in Buñuel's film. The analysis uncovers the social norms and coded understandings which Buñuel constantly attacks and debunks, challenging the audience to surrender preconceptions and expectations of social order." [Expanded Academic Index]

Jones, Julie.
"'Long Live Death!': The End of Revolution in Luis Buñuel's The Phantom of Liberty." Cinema Journal. 42 (4): 63-75. 2003.
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The confrontation between France and Spain in the Napoleonic period imaged in the prologue to Luis Buñuel's Phantom of Liberty (1974) introduces themes explored throughout the film: the cultural and historical forces that shape national identity, the contradictory nature of freedom, the connection between political and psychological realities (Oedipal conflicts both), and the enduring presence of Francisco Goya

Kinder, Marsha
"Tyranny of convention in The Phantom of Liberty." Film Quarterly v 28 no4 Summer 1975. p. 20-
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Lanzagorta, Marco
"The Phantom of Liberty." Senses of Cinema
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Madsen, Axel
"Phantom of liberty" Sight and Sound v 43 no3 Summer 1974. p. 170-1
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Suleiman, S.
"Freedom and Necessity: Narrative Structure in 'The Phantom of Liberty'."Quarterly Review of Film Studies III/3, Summer 78; p.277-295. charts
Discusses the structural analysis theories of Roman Jakobson and others, and applies them to "Le fantôme de la liberté‚". Incl. a chart of narrative sequences in the film.

Tobias, James.
"Buñuel's Net Work." (Performative Doubles in the Impossible Narrative of The Phantom of Liberty) Film Quarterly v52, n2 (Winter, 1998):10.
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"The writer argues that Luis Buñuel's The Phantom of Liberty represents an impossible narrative. He contends that the film works by presenting a series of episodes that can be regarded as potential narrative networks that, although only partially activated for the viewer's experience, can continue to operate and influence each other. Each episode of the film, he explains, presupposes the existence of a set of real world power networks, and the narrative networks in which the characters make their moves resemble these real world networks, so the viewer understands that the film is realistic to the degree that we recognize reality. Formulating the film as an impossible narrative structured through narrative networks allows for a contextualization of previous critical approaches, and in his view, this formulation also suggests that the film may well function as a decoder text for other impossible narratives that have since emerged." [ArtAbstracts]

Wood, Michael.
"Down with Liberty." Sight and Sound, 2000 Sept, 10:9, 30-33.
"Discusses the life of filmmaker Luis Buñuel and focuses on his 1974 film "The Phantom of Liberty"/"Le Fantûme de la liberté." Comments that in this film, Buñuel scrambles and tears not only the practice of narrative but the very idea of human consequence, the possibility of getting logically or causally from here to there. Remarks that in this experimental film, there is no reason for the narrative switches, and there is no convergence: the stories just take off and never come back, as if we lived in a world where there were repetitions and patterns and thematic echoes, but no progression of plot, a succession of passing years but no means of getting a particular date. Opines that the ragged story-line of "The Phantom of Liberty" and its disorderly pattern of recurring images, especially of animals, suggest that both narrative and society are versions of captivity, historical and cultural zoos." [International Index to the Performing Arts]

That Obscure Object of Desire (Cet Obscur Objet du Desir)

Ghillebaert, Françoise
"The Double in Buñuel's That Obscure Object of Desire." Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 57-68, Summer 2003.
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"Ghillebaert analyzes Luis Buñuel's 1977 film "Cet obscur objet du désir" ("That Obscure Object of Desire") and focuses in particular of the director's use of two different actresses, each possessing a unique appearance and demeanor, to portray a single character in the film, a young working-class woman who is obsessed upon by an older, wealthy man. In adapting French author Pierre Louys' 1898 book "La Femme et le pantin" ("The Woman and the Puppet"), Buñuel added his own interpolation by using two different actresses, often substituting one for the other with editing cuts. Ghillebaert explores the depiction of the two women throughout the film as evidence of Buñuel's talent for surrealist technique and his willingness to explore his own attitudes and obsessions about sexuality." [IIPA]

Jones, E.T.
"Desire under the Helms of Rohmer and Buñuel: Claire's Knee and That Obscure Object of Desire." Literature/Film Quarterly IX/1, 81; p.3-8.
Cinematic craft and humanistic heart combine in "Le genou de Claire" and "Cet obscur objet du d‚sir" to let the audience see the truth of what is said about desire - and in a distinctly European way.

Kaufman, Anthony
"Film: Foreign Cinema: Erotic Moments in Foreign Film" Soma 16:4 [May-June 2002] p.46-47
"Discusses several erotic moments in foreign films, including Paul Verhoeven's "De Vierde man" ("The Fourth Man"), Luis Buñuel's "Cet obscur objet du désir" ("That Obscure Object of Desire"), and Roger Vadim's "Et Dieu ... créa la femme" ("And God Created Woman"). Argues that erotic American cinema is not nearly as interesting or intense. Comments that the use of food is a common element in movie erotica." [International Index to the Performing Arts]

Kovacs, K.S.
"Luis Buñuel and Pierre Louys: Two Visions of Obscure Objects." Cinema Journal (XIX/1, Fall 79; p.86-98.
Discusses in detail the relationship of Buñuel's 'Cet obscur du desire' to Louys' novel 'La femme et le pantin'.

Scharfman, Ronnie
"Deconstruction Goes to the Movies: Buñuel's "Cet Obscur Objet du désir"." French Review 53:3 (1980:Feb.) 351

Vernon, Kathleen M.
"Remaking Spain: Trans/National Mythologies and Cultural Fetishism in The Devil Is a Woman (Sternberg, 1935) and Cet obscur objet du désir (Buñuel, 1977)." Journal of Romance Studies, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 13-27, Spring 2004.

Wood, Michael
"The Corruption of Accidents: Buñuel's That Obscure Object of Desire (1977) from the Novel The Woman And the Puppet by Pierre Louys." In: Modern European filmmakers and the art of adaptation / edited by Andrew Horton and Joan Magretta New York : F. Unger Pub. Co., 1981 (Series: Ungar film library)
Main Stack PN1997.85.M66
Moffitt PN1997.85.M66

Susana

Connelly, Caryn, Juliet Lund.
"Virgins, brides and devils in disguise: Buñuel does Mexican melodrama." (Luis Buñuel)(Critical Essay) Quarterly Review of Film and Video July 2001 v18 i3 p235(22)
"Melodramatic motion pictures exploit gender stereotypes, but the films of Luis Buñuel in this genre subvert those limitations. The main characters in 'Subida al cielo' and 'Susana' use sexuality to achieve their goals and, although they are punished accordingly, continue to oppose patriarchal authority with feminist consciousness." [Expanded Academic Index]

French, Tony .
"Handy-Dandy." ("Susana," by Luis Buñuel)(Critical Essay) CineAction Wntr 2001 p22

Tristana

Aranda, F.
"Buñuel's Tristana." Sight and Sound v 32 no3 Summer 1963. p. 123

Conde, Lisa P.
"The Buñuel Alternative to Galdos's Tristana." Romance Studies, 2000 Dec, 18:2, 135-44.

Dixon, John.
"'Tristana': Benito Perez Galdos and Luis Buñuel." New Comparison: A Journal of Comparative and General Literary Studies, vol. 7. 1989 Summer. pp: 172-176.

Evans Peter W.
"Buñuel and Tristana : Who is doing what to whom." In: Carnal knowledge : essays on the flesh, sex and sexuality in Hispanic letters and film / Pamela Bacarisse, editor. Pittsburgh : Ediciones Tres Rios, [1993?]
Main Stack PQ7081.A1.C37 1993

Faulkner, Sally
"Artful Relation: Buñuel's Debt to Galdós in Nazarín and Tristana." Hispanic Research Journal, Feb2003, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p73-89, 17p
UC users only

Faulkner, Sally
"Tristana (Buñuel 1970): From ambiguity to sabotage." In: Literary adaptations in Spanish cinema London ; Rochester, NY : Tamesis, 2004.
Main Stack PN1993.5.S7.F34 2004
PFA PN1993.5.S7.F34 2004
Galdos e Buñuel: Romanzo, Film, Narrativita in Nazarin e in Tristana / Vito Galeota. Napoli: Istituto universitario orientale, 1988. Series title: Pubblicazioni della Sezione romanza. Studi: 11.
NRLF B 3 820 257

Giard, R.
"Tristana." Film Heritage VII/2, Winter 71-72; p.1-9. illus.
Discussion of non-rational aspects of "Tristana" as portrayed in Don Lope and Tristana.

Geirola, G.
"The 'Tristana' By Luis Buñuel." Language: Spanish. Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos, 1993 Apr-May, N514-:227-237.

Gow, Gordon
"Tristana." Films & Filming, XVIII/4, Jan 72; p.58-59.

Grossvogel, David I.
"Buñuel's Obsessed Camera: Tristana Dismembered." Diacritics, Vol. 2, No. 1. (Spring, 1972), pp. 51-56.
UC users only

Hoffman, Donald L.
"Tristan la Blonde: Transformations of Tristan in Buñuel's Tristana." In: King Arthur on Film: New Essays on Arthurian Cinema / edited by Kevin J. Harty. pp: 167-82 Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c1999.
UCB Main PN1995.9.A75 K56 1999

Lopez, Ignacio Javier
"The Old Age of William Tell (A Study of Buñuel's Tristana)." MLN > Vol. 116, No. 2, Hispanic Issue (Mar., 2001), pp. 295-314
UC users only

Partridge, C. J.Tristana : Buñuel's film and Galdós' novel : a case study in the relation between literature and film / Colin Partridge.

Partridge, C. J. Lewiston [N.Y.] : Edwin Mellen Press, c1995.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PQ6555.T833 P37 1995

La Joven (The Young One)

Cabanas-Bravo,-Miguel
"El Joven Dali entre la tradicion y la vanguardia artistica. La amistad con Moreno Villa y el primer viaje a Paris y Bruselas." Archivo Espanol de Arte v 63 Apr/June 1990. p. 171-98

Conrad, R.
"No Blacks or Whites. The Making of Luis Buñuel's The Young One." Cineaste, XX/3, 94; p.28-34.
UC users only
"The writer discusses Luis Buñuel's film The Young One, which was released in 1960. This feature film concerns a black man, Traver, who is a fugitive from a manhunt. Traver ends up on an island with Miller, a garden-variety racist; Jackson, a more virulent white supremacist; and Evvie, an innocent young girl. The film contains an antiracist thesis; it offers an unremitting depiction of the social and economic exploitation of the black man. Although racism is shown, it is portrayed dynamically rather than statically; the film shows that it is not inborn and that certain racists are capable of change. The tension between pessimism and optimism gives the film both its dynamics and its contradictions. The film can be seen as an offshoot of momentous social currents of its time, such as the civil rights movements of the late 1950s, but, given the cultural politics of the time, it was bound to self-destruct and failed at the box-office. Although it has flaws, it is a unique small-scale work that reflects society's continuing conflict with irony and insight and which is fresher than many of its contemporaries." ." [ArtAbstracts]

Rosenbaum, J.
"The young one: Buñuel's neglected masterpiece." In: Essential cinema : on the necessity of film canons / Jonathan Rosenbaum. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main Stack PN1994.R5684 2004
Moffitt PN1994.R5684 2004
PFA PN1994.R63 2004

Santaolalla, Isabel
"Domination and Appropriation in The Young One." In: Luis Buñuel: new readings
Edited by Peter William Evans and Isabel Santaolalla. London : BFI, 2004.
Main: PN1998.3.B86 L855 2004
PFA : PN1998.3.B85 L855 2004

Viridiana

Buñuel, Luis
Viridiana: Scenario et Dialogues, Variantes, Dossier Historique et Critique / Luis Buñuel; preface de Georges Sadoul. Paris: Filmeditions, P. Lherminier, c1984. Series title: Collection Cinema classique. Serie Les Films.
UCB Main PN1997 .B7961 1984

Gutierrez-Albilla, Julian Daniel
"Between the phobic object and the dissident subject: abjection and vampirism in Luis Buñuel;'s Viridiana." In: Gender and Spanish cinema / edited by Steven Marsh and Parvati Nair. Oxford : Berg, 2004.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S47.G455 2004

Herpe, N.
"Good And Evil and the Character Of Dom-Jaime In Luis Buñuel's 'Viridiana'." Nouvelle Revue Francaise, 1992 Oct, N477:77-86.

Kael, Pauline.
I Lost It at the Movies. pp: 155-8 [1st ed.] Boston, Little, Brown [1965]
Main Stack PN1994.K25
Moffitt PN1994.K25

Kauffmann, Stanley
A World on Film; Criticism and Comment pp: 102-6 [1st ed.] New York, Harper & Row [1966]
Moffitt PN1995.K3 1966

Magill's Survey of Cinema, Foreign Language Films / edited by Frank N. Magill. pp: 2616-18 Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, c1985.
Info Center PN1993.45.M34 1985

Rodríguez, José Luis
"Contamination and transformation: a Kristevan reading of Luis Buñuel's Viridiana." Studies in Hispanic Cinemas Volume: 1, Issue: 3 April 2005; pp: 169-180
UC users only

"Viridiana" (review), Film , v32, April 1962, p. 29

"Viridiana" (review), Films and Filming, v8, April 1962, p. 29

"Viridiana" (review), Films in Review, v13, Feb. 1962, pp: 102-3

"Viridiana" (review), New Republic, v146, Feb. 12, 1962, pp: 26-7

"Viridiana" (review), New Yorker, v82, Jan. 27, 1962, p. 36

"Viridiana" (review), New York Times, Jan. 23, 1962, p. 82

"Viridiana" (review), Newsweek, v59, Jan. 22, 1962, pp: 80-1

"Viridiana" (review), Sight and Sound, v 31, Spring 1962, p0: 95-6

"Viridiana" (review), Village Voice, Feb. 22, 1962, p. 11

Wuthering Heights

Catania, Saviour.
"Wagnerizing "Wuthering Heights": Buñuel's "Tristan" Storm in "Abismos de Pasión." Literature Film Quarterly, 2008, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p272-280, 9p UC users only

Fragola, Anthony N.
"Buñuel's Re-vision of 'Wuthering Heights': The Triumph of 'L'amour Fou' Over Hollywood Romanticism." (Luis Buñuel's movie Abismos de pasion) Literature-Film Quarterly, v22, n1 (Jan, 1994):50 (7 pages).
"Abismos de pasion", Luis Buñuel's adaptation of 'Wuthering Heights', is more in keeping with its source than the Hollywood version.

Jones, Julie.
"Fatal Attraction: Buñuel's Romance with Wuthering Heights."Anales de la Literatura Espanola Contemporanea, vol. 22 no. 1. 1997. pp: 7, 149-63.

Popkin, M.
"Wuthering Heights and Its 'Spirit'." Literature/Film Quarterly XV/2, 87; p.116-122.
UC users only
On the fairytale basis of the novel 'Wuthering Heights' and the meaning of Luis Buñuel's claim to have reflected its 'spirit' in his film version, "Abismos de pasin".

Richart, Mar.a Seijo.
"Buñuel's Heights: Abismos de Pasion." Bronte Society Transactions. 27(1):27-33. 2002 Mar

Robinson, David
""Thank God-I am still an atheist": Luis Buñuel and Viridiana." Sight and Sound v 31 no3 Summer 1962. p. 116-18+
UC users only

Spence, Martin
"Green slime and devotion." (attempts to film the life and works of the Bronte sisters) Sight and Sound v 56 Summer 1987. p. 215-17

UCB Student Writing About Buñuel

Impossibility and Illusion, by Lindsay Krisel

Comments on Las Hurdes: Tierra Sin Pan, by Doug Spurling

Love, Lava and Lavatories, by Franci Arzt

Ha...You Think" Defining the Surrealist Act in Film, by Matthew Thatcher

Swamp Fever: Not Quite Saturday Night, by Benjamin Rubin

Reality and Paradox in Un Chien Andalou, by Taro Goto

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