United Kingom Cinema:
A Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Library












British Cinema

Books
Journal Articles

Black British Film

Articles and Books on UK Directors
Irish Cinema

Articles and Books on Irish Directors

Books and Articles about the British Documentary Movement
Books and Articles about Hammer Films (separate page)
Books and Articles about Ealing Studios


British Cinema

Books/Videos

Aldgate, Anthony.
Britain can take it: the British cinema in the Second World War / Anthony Aldgate & Jeffrey Richards. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1994.
Main Stack D743.23.A43 1994
Moffitt D743.23.A43 1994

Aldgate, Anthony.
Censorship in theatre and cinema Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005.
MAIN: PN2044.G6 .A43 2005

All our yesterdays: 90 years of British cinema
Edited by Charles Barr. London: British Film Institute, 1986.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.A431 1986

Allen, Michael
"'In the mix': how electrical reproducers facilitated the transition to sound in British cinemas." In: Film music: critical approaches / edited by K.J. Donnelly. New York: Continuum, 2001.
Music ML2075.F453 2001

Armes, Roy.
A critical history of the British cinema / Roy Armes. London: Secker & Warburg, 1978 (Series: Cinema two)
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.A84 1978b

Armes, Roy.
A critical history of the British cinema / Roy Armes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978. (Series: Cinema two)
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.A84
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.A84

Bamford, Kenton.
Distorted images: British national identity and film in the 1920s / Kenton Bamford. London: I.B. Tauris, 1999. Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 1980
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B34 1999

Barnes, John
The beginnings of the cinema in England Newton Abbot [Eng.: David & Charles ; New York: Barnes & Noble, c1976
Main Stack TR848 .B351 1976

Belmans, Jacques.
Jeune cinema anglais ... Lyon, Societe d'etudes, recherches et documentation cinematographiques, 1967. Premier plan, 44
Main Stack PN1993.P7 no.44

Benyahia, Sarah Casey.
Teaching contemporary British cinema London: British Film Institute, 2005.
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 B395 2005

The Best of British Cinema: Five Decades of Classic British Films[Video]
Explores the richness and diversity of the British cinema, featuring a spectrum of renowned historical dramas, adventurous tales around the world, romantic sagas and the amusing films that reflect the unique British sense of humor. The final episode looks at twelve actors important to British film. Contents: Private lives / writers-creators, Maurice Sellar, Lou Jones -- The Gentle touch / writers-creators, Ashley & Robert Sidaway -- World of Adventure / writers-creators, Robert and Ashley Sidaway -- The Romantics / writers-creators, Maurice Sellar, Lou Jones -- A Class of their own / writers-creators, Lou Jones, Ashley Sidaway ; actors, Marlene Dietrich, Merle Oberon, Robert Donat, Rex Harrison, Valerie Hobson, Ralph Richardson, Charles Laughton, Leslie Howard, Conrad Veidt, Sabu, Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh.1999. 120 min. DVD X5337

Betts, Ernest
The film business: a history of British cinema, 1896-1972. London, Allen & Unwin, 1973.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B391

Betts, Ernest
Inside pictures; with some reflections from the outside. London, Cresset Press, 1960.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B4 1960 NRLF #: B 3 567 988

BFI film and television handbook
British Film Institute. London: British Film Institute, 1990 Continues: BFI film and television yearbook
Media Center PN1993.B75.B2 Library has: UNBOUND 2001-
Main Stack PN1993.B75.B2 Shelved: Latest vol. (2003) in Doe Reference Library has: BOUND 1990-2002-
Doe Refe PN1993.B75.B2 Non-circulating. Library has: BOUND 2003-

Blandford, Steven.
Film, drama and the break-up of Britain Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA: Intellect, 2007.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 B52 2007

Boon, Timothy M.
"Health education films in Britain, 1919-39: production, genres and audiences." In: Signs of life: cinema and medicine / edited by Graeme Harper and Andrew Moor. London ; New York: Wallflower Press, 2005.
Main Stack PN1995.9.P44.S54 2005

Border crossing: film in Ireland, Britain and Europe
Edited by John Hill, Martin McLoone and Paul Hainsworth. [Belfast]: Institute of Irish Studies, in association with the University of Ulster, and the British Film Institute, 1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.E8.C34 1994

Bourne, Stephen.
Brief encounters: lesbians and gays in British cinema 1930-1971 / Stephen Bourne. London; New York: Cassell, 1996.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.B68 1996

Britain and the cinema in the Second World War
Edited by Philip M. Taylor. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988.
Main Stack D743.23.B741 1988

British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started
Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

The British cinema book
Edited by Robert Murphy. 2nd ed. London: British Film Institute, 2001.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B66 2001

The British cinema book
Edited by Robert Murphy. London: British Film Institute, 1997.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B66 1997

British cinema history
Edited by James Curran and Vincent Porter. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B68 1983

British cinema history
Edited by James Curran and Vincent Porter. Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble Books, 1983.
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B68 1983

British cinema in the 1960s an educational resource
[London]: British Film Institute, c2003.
Media Resources Center: COMPU/D 563

British cinema of the 90s
Edited by Robert Murphy. London: BFI Publishing, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B686 2000

British cinema, past and present
Edited by Justine Ashby and Andrew Higson. London; New York, NY: Routledge, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B695 2000

British crime cinema
Edited by Steve Chibnall and Robert Murphy. London ; New York: Routledge, 1999. British popular cinema.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main Stack PN1995.9.G3.B72 1999

The British film catalogue
Denis Gifford, [editor]. 3rd ed. London; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001, c2000.
Doe Refe PN1993.5.G7.G5 2001 Non-circulating. Library has: v.1-2 (2001, c2000)

British historical cinema: the history, heritage and costume film
Edited by Claire Monk and Amy Sargeant. London ; New York: Routledge, 2002.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H5 B75 2002
Introduction: the past in British cinema / Claire Monk and Amy Sargeant -- Do we need another hero?: Ecce homo and Nelson (1919) / Amy Sargeant -- Death or glory?: the Great War in British film / Alan Burton -- Secrets and lies: black histories and British historical films / Stephen Bourne -- "If the world does not please you, you can change it": The history of Mr Polly (1949) and The card (1952) / Tim O'Sullivan -- Cinema, monarchy and the making of heritage: A queen is crowned (1953) / James Chapman -- Camping on the borders: history, identity, and Britishness in the Carry on costume parodies, 1963-74 / Nicholas J. Cull -- Monkey feathers: defending Zulu (1964) / Sheldon Hall -- Ireland, the past, and British cinema: Ryan's daughter (1970) / Fidelma Farley -- Imperial migrations: reading the Raj cinema of the 1980s / T. Muraleedharan -- Kenneth Branagh's Henry V (1989): genre and interpretation / James Quinn and Jane Kingsley-Smith -- The British heritage-film debate revisited / Claire Monk -- The content and the form: invoking "pastness" in three recent retro films / Amy Sargeant -- Taking liberties with the monarch: the royal bio-pic in the 1990s / Kara McKechnie.

British queer cinema
Edited by Robin Griffiths. London ; New York: Routledge, 2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 B75 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0519/2005027729.html

British science fiction cinema
Edited by I.Q. Hunter. London; New York: Routledge, 1999. British popular cinema.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main Stack PN1995.9.S26.B65 1999

British thrillers [videorecording]
Berkeley, CA: University of California, Office of Media Services, [198-?]
Media Center VIDEO/C 2228 NRLF #: B 4 452 426

Brunel, Adrian.
Nice work; the story of thirty years in British film production. London, Forbes Robertson [1949]
Main Stack PN1998.A3.B7 A3 NRLF #: B 3 569 816

Buache, Freddy.
Cinema anglais: autour de Kubrick et Losey / Freddy Buache. Lausanne: Editions L'Age d'homme, cop. 1978. (Series: Histoire et theorie du cinema)
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B77 NRLF #: B 3 567 990

Butler, Margaret.
Film and community in Britain and France: from La reegle du jeu to Room at the top London ; New York: I.B. Tauris ; New York: In the United States and Canada distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 B795 2004

Butler, Alison.
"Under the Skin: Feminism, Realism and British Cinema." In: Gender in film and the media: East-West dialogues / Elzbieta H. Oleksy, Elzbieta Ostrowska, Michael Stevenson (eds.) pp: 93-103. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S47.G46 2000

Chanan, Michael.
The dream that kicks: the prehistory and early years of cinema in Britain / Michael Chanan London; Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.C44

Chapman, James.
The British at war: cinema, state, and propaganda, 1939-1945 / James Chapman. London; New York, N.Y.: I.B. Tauris Publishers; New York, N.Y. : Distributed by St. Martin's Press, 1998. Cinema and society.
Main Stack D743.23.C45 1998

Chapman, James
Past and present : national identity and the British historical film / James Chapman. London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : In the United States of America and Canada distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N352 C43 2005

Chowdhry, Prem.
Colonial India and the making of empire cinema: image, ideology, and identity / Prem Chowdhry. New Delhi: Vistaar Publications, 2001.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.C47 2002

The cinema of Britain and Ireland
Edited by Brian McFarlane. London: Wallflower, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005

Cinema: the beginnings and the future: essays marking the centenary of the first film show projected to a paying audience in Britain
Edited by Christopher Williams. London: University of Westminster Press, 1996.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7 C536 1996 [earlier edition]

Claydon, E. Anna (Elizabeth Anna)
The representation of masculinity in British cinema of the 1960s: Lawrence of Arabia, The loneliness of the long distance runner, and The Hill Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, c2005.
MAIN: PN1995.9.M46 C45 2005

Cooke, Lez.
"British Cinema: From Cottage Industry to Mass Entertainment." In: Literature and culture in modern Britain / edited by Clive Bloom. pp: 167-88. London ; New York: Longman, 1993-2000.
Main Stack PR471.L5 1993 Library has: v.1-3 (1993-2000)

Cooke, Lez.
"British cinema." In: An Introduction to film studies / edited by Jill Nelmes. 2nd ed. London ; New York: Routledge, 1999.
Main Stack PN1994.I537 1999
PFA PN1994.I59 1999

Cook, Pam.
Fashioning the nation: costume and identity in British cinema / Pam Cook. London: British Film Institute, 1996.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.C66 1996

Cook, Pam. "Memory in British Cinema: Brief Encounters."
In: Screening the past: memory and nostalgia in cinema / London ; New York: Routledge, 2005.
MAIN: PN1995.9.N67 C66 2005; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0416/2004006798.html

Coultass, Clive.
Images for battle: British film and the Second World War, 1939-1945 / Clive Coultass. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses, c1989.
Main Stack D743.23.C681 1989
Grad Svcs D743.23.C68 1989 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.

Crusz, Robert.
"Black Cinemas, Film Theory, and Dependent Knowledge." In: Black British cultural studies: a reader / edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr., Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg. pp: 107-13. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1996. Black literature and culture.
Main Stack DA125.A1.B56 1996

Dave, Paul.
Visions of England: class and culture in contemporary cinema / Paul Dave. Oxford ; New York: Berg, 2006.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.D38 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip064/2005034776.html

Davies, Alistair.
"A Cinema in Between: Postwar British Cinema." In: British culture of the postwar: an introduction to literature and society, 1945-1999 / edited by Alistair Davies and Alan Sinfield. pp: 110-24. London ; New York: Routledge, 2000.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main Stack PR478.S57.B75 2000

Dissolving views: key writings on British cinema
Edited by Andrew Higson. London; New York, NY: Cassell, 1996. Rethinking British cinema.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.D56 1996

Donnelly, K. J. (Kevin J.)
Pop music in British cinema: a chronicle / K.J. Donnelly. London: BFI Pub., 2001.
Music ML128.M7.D66 2001 Circ. note: Library use only

Don't look now : British cinema in the 1970s
Edited by Paul Newland. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2010.
Full text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010
PFA PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010

Durgnat, Raymond.
A mirror for England; British movies from austerity to affluence. New York, Praeger [1971]
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.D8 1971

Easthope, Antony.
"Derrida and British Film Theory." In: Applying-- to Derrida / edited by John Brannigan, Ruth Robbins, and Julian Wolfreys. pp: 184-94. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.
Main Stack PN75.D45.A67 1996

The encyclopedia of British film
Edited by Brian McFarlane; associate editor, Anthony Slide ; foreword by Philip French. London: Methuen, 2003.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7 E53 2003

Ellis, Jack C.
"British film after the war 1945-1963." In: British film after the war 1945-1963 / Jack C. Ellis. 4th ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, c1995.
Moffitt PN1993.5.A1.E4 1995

Eyles, Allen.
Gaumont British cinemas / by Allen Eyles. Burgess Hill, West Sussex: Cinema Theatre Association; London: Distributed by BFI Pub., 1996.
Main Stack PN1999.G38.E97 1996

Farmer, Richard.
The food companions : cinema and consumption in wartime Britain, 1939-45 / Richard Farmer. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 F375 2011x
The introduction of rationing ensured that food became a central concern for the British people during the Second World War. 'The Food Companions' investigates the cinema of this period and demonstrates the cultural impact that rationing and food control had on both government propaganda and commercial feature films.

Field, Audrey
Picture palace; a social history of the cinema. London, Gentry Books [1974]
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.F481

Fox, Jo.
Film propaganda in Britain and Nazi Germany: World War II cinema Oxford ; New York: Berg, 2007.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 F68 2007;
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0701/2006031633-t.html

Geraghty, Christine.
British cinema in the fifties: gender, genre and the 'new look' / Christine Geraghty. London; New York: Routledge, 2000. Communication and society (Routledge (Firm))
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.G47 2000
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Gifford, Denis.
British cinema; an illustrated guide. London, A. Zwemmer; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1968. International film guide series
Main Stack PN1998.A2.G43 NRLF #: B 3 569 792

Gifford, Denis.
The British film catalogue, 1895-1985: a reference guide / Denis Gifford. New York, N.Y.: Facts on File, c1986.
Main Stack PN1998.G5431 1986

Gifford, Denis.
The illustrated who's who in British Films / Denis Gifford. London: Batsford, 1978.
Main Stack PN1998.A2.G485

Gillett, Philip (Philip John)
The British working class in postwar film New York: Manchester University Press, 2003.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L28 G55 2003
Publisher's description

Glancy, H. Mark.
When Hollywood loved Britain: the Hollywood "British" film, 1939-45 / H. Mark Glancy. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Main Stack PN1993.5.U65.G4 1999

Gledhill, Christine.
Reframing British cinema, 1918-1928: between restraint and passion London: BFI Pub., 2003.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 G58 2003

Great Britain 1900-1912: along the great divide [Videorecording
Channel 4 TV, PI Production [and] FR3; French Ministry ... [videorecording] What do those old films mean [videorecording]; 1
Media Center VIDEO/C.1406:1

Hall, Stuart.
"Cultural Identity and Cinematic Representation." In: Black British cultural studies: a reader / edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr., Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg. pp: 210-22. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1996. Black literature and culture.
Main Stack DA125.A1.B56 1996

Hammond, Michael.
The big show: British cinema culture in the Great War, 1914-1918 Exeter, UK: University of Exeter Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 H26 2006

Harding, Colin.
In the kingdom of shadows: a companion to early cinema / Colin Harding and Simon Popple. London: Cygnus Arts; Madison, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1996.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.H33 1996

Harper, Sue
British cinema of the 1950s: a celebration Manchester ; New York: Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA: Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2003.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 M263 2003

Harper, Sue
British cinema of the 1950s: the decline of deference Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 H36 2003

Harper, Sue.
Picturing the past: the rise and fall of the British costume film / Sue Harper. London: BFI Publishing, 1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.H37 1994

Harper, Sue.
Women in British cinema: mad, bad, and dangerous to know / Sue Harper. London ; New York: Continuum, 2000. Rethinking British cinema.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.H28 2000

Heffernan, Kevin.
"The color of blood: Hammer films and Curse of Frankenstein." In: Ghouls, gimmicks, and gold: horror films and the American movie business, 1953-1968 Durham: Duke University Press, 2004.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H6.H45 2004

Higson, Andrew.
"British Cinema." In: The Oxford guide to film studies / edited by John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson. PP: 501-09. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.O93 1998

Higson, Andrew.
Waving the flag: constructing a national cinema in Britain / Andrew Higson. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.H54 1995

Hill, John
"British cinema as national cinema: production, audience and representation." In: The film cultures reader / edited by Graeme Turner. London ; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Main Stack PN1994.F4384 2002
PFA PN1994.F4384 2002

Hill, John (W. John)
British cinema in the 1980's: issues and themes / John Hill. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.H549 1999

Hill, John
Sex, class and realism: British cinema 1956-1963 / John Hill. London: British Film Institute, 1986.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.H541 1986

Holmes, Susan.
British film and television culture of the 1950s: coming to a TV near you! / Susan Holmes. Bristol ; Oregon : Intellect Books, c2005.
Full text available online (UCB users only)

Hogenkamp, Bert.
Deadly parallels: film and the left in Britain, 1929-1939 / Bert Hogenkamp. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1986.
Moffitt PN1995.9.L28.H64 1986

Holmes, Su.
British TV and film in the 1950s: coming to a TV near you Bristol, UK ; Portland, Ore.: Intellect Books, 2005.
MAIN: PN1992.63 .H66 2005; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0602/2005296567.html
PFA: PN1992.3.G7 H65 2005

House of horror: the complete Hammer Films story.
Edited by Jack Hunter. [London]: Creation, 2000.
MAIN: PN1999.H3 H6 2000

Hutchings, Peter.
"'We're the Martians Now': British SF Invasion Fantasies of the 1950s and 1960s." In: British science fiction cinema / edited by I.Q. Hunter. pp: 33-47. London; New York: Routledge, 1999. Series title: British popular cinema.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S26 B65 1999

Jaikumar, Priya
Cinema at the end of empire: a politics of transition in Britain and India Published: Durham: Duke University Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 J28 2006; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip061/2005029787.html

Johnson, Tom
Hammer Films: an exhaustive filmography / by Tom Johnson and Deborah Del Vecchio. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c1996.
Main Stack PN1999.H3.J64 1996

Jones, Stephen G.
The British Labour movement and film (1918-1939) / Stephen G. Jones. London; New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987. Cinema and society.
Main Stack HX550.M65.J651 1987

Jaikumar, Priya
Cinema at the end of empire: a politics of transition in Britain and India / Priya Jaikumar. Durham: Duke University Press, 2006.
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip061/2005029787.html

Korte, Barbara.
Bidding for the mainstream?: black and Asian British film since the 1990s Amsterdam ; New York: Rodopi, 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 K67 2004

Korte, Barbara.
"The Grandfathers' War: Re-Imagining World War I in British Novels and Films of the 1990s." In: Retrovision: reinventing the past in film and fiction / edited by Deborah Cartmell, I.Q. Hunter, and Imelda Whelehan. pp: 120-34. London ; Sterling, Virginia: Pluto Press, 2001. Film/fiction ; v. 6
Main Stack PN1995.9.H5.R46 2001

Landy, Marcia
British genres: cinema and society, 1930-1960 / Marcia Landy. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1991.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.L36 1991
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.L36 1991

Landy, Marcia
"'You Remember Diana Dors, Don't You?': History, Femininity, and the Law in 1950s and 1980s British Cinema." In: The historical film: history and memory in media / edited and with an introduction by Marcia Landy. pp: 143-72. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2001. Rutgers depth of field series.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H5.H59 2001

Lant, Antonia
Blackout: reinventing women for wartime British cinema / Antonia Lant. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1991.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.L36 1991

Leach, Jim.
British film Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 L38 2004; circ info
Publisher description http://www.loc.gov/catdir/description/cam041/2004040683.html
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/cam041/2004040683.html

Low, Rachael.
Film making in 1930s Britain / by Rachael Low. London: Allen & Unwin, 1985. History of the British film series; 7 History of the British film 1929-1939.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.L6 v.7

Low, Rachael.
Films of comment and persuasion of the 1930s / by Rachael Low London: Allen & Unwin; New York: distributed by Bowker, 1979 Films of comment and persuasion of the 1930s History of the British film series; 6. History of the British film 1929-1939.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.L6 v.6

Low, Rachael.
The history of the British film, by Rachael Low and Roger Manvell London, Allen & Unwin; [New York] Distributed in the United States by Bowker [1973
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.L6 Library has: 4-7 (1971-1985) More than 1 copy of some volumes

Low, Rachael.
The history of the British film.London, G. Allen & Unwin [1948-1971]
Main Stack 906v.L912.his Library has: v. 1-4 (1948-1971) Shelved at NRLF: v. 1-4

Low, Rachael.
The history of the British film, 1918-1929 London, Allen & Unwin [1971] History of the British film series; 4.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.L6 v.4

Making history: art and documentary in Britain from 1929 to now. London: Tate Publishing, 2006.
Main Stack N72.M6.M335 2006

Manvell, Roger
New cinema in Britain. London, Studio Vista, 1969. Studio Vista/Dutton pictureback [34]
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.M31 NRLF #: $D 62 584

Maxford, Howard.
Hammer, house of horror: behind the screams. Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 1996.
MAIN: PN1999.H3 M38 1996
MOFF: PN1999.H3 M38 1996

Mayer, Geoff.
Guide to British cinemaWestport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2003.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 M327 2003

McCrillis, Neal R.
"Atomic anxiety in Cold War Britain: science, sin and uncertainity in nuclear monster films." In: Screening scripture: intertextual connections between scripture and film / edited by George Aichele and Richard Walsh. Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, c2002.
Main Stack PN1995.5.S35 2002

McFarlane, Brian
"The novel and the rise of film and video: adaptation and British cinema." A companion to the British and Irish novel 1945-2000 / edited by Brian W. Shaffer. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005.
Main Stack PR881.C655 2005

Meikle, Denis.
A history of horrors: the rise and fall of the house of HammerLanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, c1996.
MAIN: PN1999.H3 M45 1996
PFA: PN1999.H35 M44 1996)

Miles, Peter.
Cinema, literature & society: elite and mass culture in interwar Britain / Peter Miles and Malcolm Smith. London; New York: Croom Helm, c1987. Croom Helm studies on film, television, and the media.
Main Stack DA566.4.F5171 1987
Moffitt DA566.4.F565 1987

Missing believed lost: the great British film search
Edited by Allen Eyles and David Meeker; foreword by J. Paul Getty; ... London: BFI Publishing, 1992.
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.M57 1992

Murphy, Robert
British cinema and the Second World War / Robert Murphy. London; New York: Continuum, 2000.
Main Stack D743.23.M87 2000

Murphy, Robert
Realism and tinsel: cinema and society in Britain, 1939-1949 / Robert Murphy. London; New York: Routledge, 1989.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.M871 1989

Murphy, Robert
Sixties British cinema / Robert Murphy. London: BFI, 1992. History of the British film.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.M873 1992
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.M873 1992

Nationalising femininity: culture, sexuality, and British cinema in the Second World War
Edited by Christine Gledhill and ... Manchester, U.K.; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1996. BFI working papers.
Main Stack HQ1593.N37 1996

Neame, Christopher.
Rungs on a ladder: Hammer Films seen through a soft gauze Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2003.
MAIN: PN1999.H3 N43 2003

New questions of British cinema
Edited by Duncan Petrie. London: BFI Publishing, 1992. BFI working papers.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.N49 1992

Oakley, Charles Allen.
Where we came in; seventy years of the British film industry, by C. A. Oakley. London, G. Allen & Unwin [1964]
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.O2 1964 NRLF #: B 2 801 419

Palmer, Scott
British film actors' credits, 1895-1987 / by Scott Palmer. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c1988.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P31 1988

Paris, Michael.
"Enduring Heroes: British Feature Films and the First World War, 1919-1997." In: The First World War and popular cinema: 1914 to the present / edited by Michael Paris. pp: 51-73. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2000.
UCB Main D522.23 .F57 2000

Park, James.
British cinema: the lights that failed / James Park. London: B.T. Batsford, 1990.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.P348 1990
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.P348 199

Park, James.
Learning to dream: the new British cinema / James Park. London; Boston: Faber and Faber, 1984.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.P35 1984 NRLF #: B 3 567 991

Perry, George C.
The great British picture show / George Perry. London: Hart-Davis, MacGibbon, 1974.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.P41 1974b

Petrie, Duncan
Creativity and constraint in the British film industry / Duncan J. Petrie. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.P44 1991

Phillips, Gene D.
Major film directors of the American and British cinema / Gene D. Phillips. Bethlehem: Lehigh University Press; London: Associated University Presses, c1990.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P55 1990
Moffitt PN1998.2.P55 1990

Pines, Jim.
"The Cultural Context of Black British Cinema." In: Black British cultural studies: a reader / edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr., Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg. pp: 183-93 Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1996. Black literature and culture.
Main Stack DA125.A1.B56 1996

Plain, Gill.
John Mills and British cinema: masculinity, identity and nation Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN2598.M545 P53 2006

Powell, Dilys
Films since 1939. London, New York, Pub. for the British Council by Longmans, Green [1947] Arts in Britain; no. 3
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.P6

Propaganda, politics, and film, 1918-45
Edited by Nicholas Pronay and D.W. Spring. London: Macmillan Press, 1982.
Main Stack PN1995.9.P6.P77 1982

Quart, Leonard
"British film in the Thatcher era." In: The political legacy of Margaret Thatcher / edited by Stanislao Pugliese. London: Politico's, 2003.
Main Stack DA589.7.P655 2003

Quinlan, David.
British sound films: the studio years 1928-1959 / David Quinlan. Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble Books, 1985, c1984.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.Q56 1985

Ramsden, John
The dam busters / John Ramsden. London; New York: I.B. Tauris, 2003. Cinema and society. British film guide.
Main Stack PN1997.D27.R36 2003

Rattigan, Neil
"The Last Gasp of the Middle Class: British War Films of the 1950s." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews / edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. pp: 143-53 Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Rattigan, Neil
This is England: British film and the People's War, 1939-1945 / Neil Rattigan. Madison [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London: Associated University Presses, c2001.
Main Stack D743.23.R38 2001

Reeves, Nicholas.
Official British film propaganda during the first world war / Nicholas Reeves. London; Wolfeboro, N.H.: C. Helm, published in association with the Imperial War Museum, c1986.
Main Stack D639.P7.G781 1986

Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews
Edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Richards, Jeffrey.
The age of the dream palace: cinema and society in Britain, 1930-1939 / Jeffrey Richards. London; Boston: Routlege & K. Paul, 1984. Cinema and society.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S6.R48 1984

Richards, Jeffrey.
Best of British: cinema and society, 1930-1970 / Jeffrey Richards and Anthony Aldgate. Oxford, England: B. Blackwell, 1983.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R48 1983

Richards, Jeffrey.
Films and British national identity : from Dickens to Dad's army / Jeffrey Richards. Manchester, UK ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : St. Martin's Press [distributor], 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N352 R53 1997
Contents via Google books

Richards, Jeffrey.
British cinema and society, 1930-1970 / Jeffrey Richards and Anthony Aldgate. Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble Books, 1983.
Moffitt PN1995.2.R52 1983

Robertson, James C. (James Crighton)
The hidden cinema : British film censorship in action, 1913-1972 / James C. Robertson. London ; New York : Routledge, 1989.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.65.G7 R641 1989

Rogue reels: oppositional film making in Britain, 1945-90
Edited by Margaret Dickinson. London: British Film Institute, 1999.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R64 1999

Russell, Ken
Fire over England: the British cinema comes under friendly fire / Ken Russell. London: Hutchinson, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R77 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.R77 1993

Sargeant, Amy
British cinema: a critical history London: BFI Publishing, 2005.
GRDS: PN1993.5.G7 S35 2005; Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 S35 2005;

Shafer, Stephen C.
British popular films, 1929-1939: the cinema of reassurance / Stephen C. Shafer. London; New York, N.Y.: Routledge, c1997. Studies in film, television, and the media.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.S46 1997

Shaw, Tony.
British cinema and the Cold War: the state, propaganda and consensus / Tony Shaw. London; New York: I.B. Tauris; distributed in U.S. by St. Martin's Press, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.P6.S52 2001

Since 1939. London, Phoenix House [1948
Main Stack N6761.S56 Library has: v.1-2 ([1948-1849]) Shelved at NRLF: v.1-2

Sixty voices: celebrities recall the golden age of British cinema
Edited by Brian McFarlane. London: BFI with the assistance of Monash University, Melbourne, 1992.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.S54 1992

Slide, Anthony.
"British silent films in the United States." In: Silent topics: essays on undocumented areas of silent film / Anthony Slide. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2005.
Main Stack PN1995.75.S57 2005

Spicer, Andrew.
Typical men: the representation of masculinity in popular British cinema / Andrew Spicer. London; New York: I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2001. Cinema and society.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main Stack HQ1090.7.G7.S65 2001

Street, Sarah.
British cinema in documents / Sarah Street. London; New York: Routledge, 2000.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.S74 2000

Street, Sarah.
British national cinema / Sarah Street. London; New York: Routledge, 1997. National cinemas series
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.S75 1997
Contents via Google Books

Street, Sarah.
Transatlantic crossings: British feature films in the United States / Sarah Street. New York: Continuum, c2002. Rethinking British cinema.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.S76 2002

Swann, Paul.
The Hollywood feature film in postwar Britain / Paul Swann. London; Wolfeboro, N.H.: Croom Helm, c1987.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.S891 1987

Swann, Paul.
The Hollywood feature film in postwar Britain / Paul Swann. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987.
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.S89 1987b

Towers, Harry Alan, 1920-
The march of the movies, by Harry Alan Towers and Leslie Mitchell. London, S. Low, Marston [1947]
Main Stack 906v.T739.ma NRLF #: B 3 515 155

Twenty years of British film, 1925-1945
Michael Balcon [and others]. London] Falcon Press, 1947.
Main Stack 906v.T971 NRLF #: B 4 507 929

Typically British [Videorecording]
Directed by Mike Dibb and Stephen Frears. Stephen Frears leads a discussion with other British filmmakers, and explores the wealth of images created by the British film industry over the last century. 1996.
Media Center Video/C MM442

Typiquement British: le cinema britannique: ouvrage publie a l'occasion de la manifestation Typiquement British, 200 films anglais, au Centre Pompidou, concue en collaboration avec le British Council et le British Film Institute et presentee au Centre Pompidou du 4 octobre 2000 au 5 mars 2001
Sous la direction de N. T. Binh, Philippe Pilard. Paris: Centre Pompidou, c2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.T97 2000

The unknown 1930s: an alternative history of the British cinema 1929-39
Edited by Jeffrey Richards. London; New York: I.B. Tauris, 1998. Cinema and society.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7 1998

Walker, Alexander
National heroes: British cinema in the seventies and eighties / Alexander Walker. London: Harrap, 1985.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.W341 1985

Walker, J. A. (John Andrew)
The once and future film: British cinema in the seventies and eighties / John Walker. London: Methuen, 1985.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.W3 1985

Warren, Patricia.
British film studios: an illustrated history / Patricia Warren; foreword by Sir Sydney W. Samuelson. London: Batsford, 1995.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.W328 1995

Wayne, Mike.
"The UK." In: The politics of contemporary European cinema : histories, borders, diasporas / Mike Wayne. Bristol, UK ; Portland, Or. : Intellect Books, 2002.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks; PFA PN1993.5.E82 W29 2002

Williams, David R.
"Ladies of the Lamp: The Employment of Women in the hitBritish Film Trade During World War I." Film History 9:1 (1997) p. 116-127
UC users only

Williams, Tony
Structures of desire: British cinema, 1939-1955 / Tony Williams. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2000. SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.W55 2000

Wollaeger, Mark A.
Modernism, media, and propaganda: British narrative from 1900 to 1945 Princeton: Princeton University Press, c2006.
Main: PR888.M63 W65 2006;
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0611/2006009788.html

Wood, Alan.
Mr. Rank; a study of J. Arthur Rank and British films. London, Hodder and Stoughton [1952]
Main Stack PN1998.A3.R35 NRLF #: $B 120 658

Young and innocent?: the cinema in Britain, 1896-1930
Edited by Andrew Higson. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2002. Exeter studies in film history.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.Y68 2002

Journal Articles

Aldgate, Tony.
" I Am a Camera: Film and Theatre Censorship in 1950s Britain." (Critical Essay) Contemporary European History Nov 1999 v8 i3 p425(14)
Author's Abstract: COPYRIGHT 1999 Cambridge University Press "Although the processes of censorship as exercised over the stage and screen in 1950s Britain shared similar characteristics, there were vital differences in the way in which the governing authorities construed the audiences who frequented these entertainment media. Because cinemagoers constituted a mass audience and were considered to be more impressionable, the criteria of 'quality' applied by the British Board of Film Censors differed markedly to those put into effect for the theatre by the Lord Chamberlain's Office. The reception afforded both the play and film of I Am a Camera reveals the subtlety of approach adopted by the censors in each instance." [Expanded Academic Index]

Allen, Jessica. Livingstone, Sonia. Reiner, Robert.
"True Lies: Changing Images of Crime in British Postwar Cinema." European Journal of Communication. 13(1):53-75. 1998 Mar

Ashby, Justine
"In Focus: Postfeminism in the British Frame." Cinema Journal 44:2 (Winter 2005) p. 127-132
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Austen, D.
"The fifties: 'Let's go to the pictures'." Films & Filming Vol XX nr 12 (Sept 1974); p 20-25
A nostalgic look at the US and British films of the 1950's and the cinema-going habits during those days.

Bell-Williams, Melanie
"Gender and Modernity in Post-War British Cinema: A Case Study of Young Wives' Tale." Women's History Review, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 227-43, April 2007

Bell-Williams, Melanie
"'Shop-soiled' Women: Female Sexuality and the Figure of the Prostitute in 1950s British Cinema." Journal of British Cinema & Television; 2006, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p266-283, 18p
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Bottomore, S., ed
"Early British Cinema." [Special section]. Film History v. 16 no. 1 (2004) p. 3-91
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Boyd, Don.
"Cowards, liars, cultural despots and subsidized cronies: a portrait of Britain's film industry - from the inside, naturally." New Statesman (1996) Oct 31, 1997 v126 n4358 p34(3) (2131 words)
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"Poor marketing and distribution of British films are the reasons why second-class Hollywood fare is taking over the film industry. Concerned filmmakers have to rally in support of the British film industry and say no to American junk." [Expanded Academic Index]

"British Cinema Questionnaire." Cineaste. 26(4) 2001 Fall
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Brunsdon, Charlotte
"From Private Gardens to Utopian Moments." (contemporary British cinema) Cineaste Fall 2001 v26 i4 p43
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"The established landmark iconography of London found in a wide range of films in which the capital city is signified through Tower Bridge, Big Ben, the River Thames, Piccadilly Circus, and Trafalgar Square, and in which the streets are full of telephone kiosks, red buses, black taxis, and policemen in helmets, is discussed. Several films in which London is seen from angles not generally used are examined." [ProQuest]

Burrows, J.
"Penny Pleasures: Film exhibition in London during the Nickelodeon era, 1906-1914." Film History v. 16 no. 1 (2004) p. 60-91
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"Part of a special section on early British cinema. London had a substantial "nickelodeon" culture between 1906 and 1914. An examination of a variety of sources, mainly police reports on moving picture shows and county licensing records, enables the identification of 154 nickelodeon-style shows, housed mostly in small converted shops, operating in London at different times between 1906 and 1911. They were by no means legislated out of existence by the Cinematograph Act of 1910, as was once assumed, with the number of closures from 1911 to 1914 only amounting to a loss of 17 per cent of the sector. However, the proliferation and penetration of these shows still fell some way short of the scale established in certain areas of the United States. A range of municipal regulatory impediments and internal industry prejudices functioned all too effectively to stifle and smother the commercial development of London's penny/shop shows during the formative period before 1910." [Art Index]

Burrows, J.
"Girls on film: the musical matrices of film stardom in early British cinema." Screen v. 44 no. 3 (Aut 2003) p. 314-25

Byrne, Eleanor.
"See(k)ing in the Dark: Looking at White People in Black British Cinema." Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 5(2):171-80. 1998

Cacqueray, Elizabeth de.
"Constructions of Women in British Cinema: From Losey/Pinter's Modernism, to the Postmodernism of Frears/Kureishi." Caliban. 32:109-20. 1995. Toulouse, France

Carson, Bruce
"Comedy, sexuality and "Swinging London" films." Journal of Popular British Cinema nr 1 (1998); p 48-62.
"Alfie", "Georgy girl" and "The knack" are three British comedies that represent and explore the new "permissiveness" in 1960's London. Their role in mediating a move from the ideology of earlier cinema is explored.

Caughie, John.
"Small Pleasures: Adaptation and the Past in British Film and Television." Ilha do Desterro: a Journal of Language & Literature. 32(1):27-50. 1997

Caughie, John.
"A Culture of Adaptation: Adaptation and the Past in British Film and Television." Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 5(1):55-66. 1998

Chapman, James
'Our finest hour revisited." Journal of Popular British Cinema nr 1 (1998); p 63-75
British war films of the 1950's and early 1960's have been largely ignored by scholars. This article seeks to provide an exploratory discussion of the cultural and ideological significance of World War II narrative in British. [FIAF]

Chapman, James
"The True Business of the British Movie'? A Matter of Life and Death and British Film Culture." Screen, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 33-49, Spring 2005.
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Chibnall, Stephen.
"Britain's Funk Soul Brothers: Gender, Family and Nation in the New Brit-Pics." Cineaste. 26(4):38-42. 2001 Fall
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"In a reaction to the rabidly white and heterosexist sex comedies of the 1970s, and encouraged by the emerging politics of identity and difference, British films of the 1980s had largely ignored their residual audience base in search of alternative gender, multicultural, and polysexual markets. The greatest disturbances of meaning surround the notions of Britishness and Englishness and their relationships to masculinity. The current state of gender, family and nation in new British motion pictures is discussed." [ProQuest]

Christie, Ian
""Has the cinema a career?" Pictures and prejudice: the origins of British resistance to film." TLS. Times Literary Supplement, Nov 17, 1995 n4833 p22(2)
"British antipathy and the lack of financial support have resulted in stunted growth of the British film industry. British intellectuals never appreciated the medium as a viable art. The domestic market came under the domination of the American film industry by 1910. Virginia Woolf criticized cinematic adaptations of literary works in a 1926 essay, 'The Cinema,' in 'The Captain's Death Bed.' The intellectuals did support the Film Society during the 1920s for private screening of controversial films, but motion pictures are still culturally suspect in Britain." [Expanded Academic Index]

Ciecko, Anne.
"Representing the Spaces of Diaspora in Contemporary British Films by Women Directors." Cinema Journal. 38(3):67-90. 1999

Clark, George.
"An Overview of Shoot, Shoot, Shoot: The First Decade of the London Film Makers' Cooperative and British Avant-Garde Film 1966-1976." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. 21:(no pagination). 2002 July-Aug

Combs, Richard
"New British cinema: a prospect and six views." Film Comment Nov-Dec 1995 v31 n6 p52(8)
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The landscape of British cinema and its sense of place is lacking in the surprise British hit "Four Weddings and a Funeral." This trend and other movie criticisms are chronicled through other British films such as "Shallow Grave," and "London."

Craven, Peter
"Retro grade." (and British Cinema) Quadrant Jan-Feb 1999 p64(4) (3068 words)

Crothall, Geoffrey
"Images of Regeneration: Film Propaganda and the hitBritish Slum Clearance Campaign, 1933-1938." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 19:3 (August 1999)
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Diawara, Manthia.
"Black British Cinema: Spectatorship and Identity Formation in Territories." Public Culture. 3(1):33-47. 1990 Fall

Dixon, Wheeler Winston.
"British Film Comedy in the New Millennium: Rik Mayall, Adrian Edmondson, and Guest House Paradiso." Popular Culture Review. 12(1):115-26. 2001 Feb

Donnelly, K. J.
"The Perpetual Busman's Holiday: Sir Cliff Richard and British Pop Musicals." Journal of Popular Film & Television. 25(4):146-54. 1998 Winter

Dupin, Christophe
"The Postwar Transformation of the British Film Institute and Its Impact on the Development of a National Film Culture in Britian." Screen, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 443-51, Winter 2006

Enkemann, Jyrgen.
"Globalization, Sense of Place and Questions of Identity: British Film in the 1990s." Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 5(2):111-27. 1998

Fink, Janet. Holden, Katherine
"Pictures from the Margins of Marriage: Representations of Spinsters and Single Mothers in the Mid-Victorian Novel, Inter-War Hollywood Melodrama and British Film of the 1950s and 1960s." Gender & History, 11 (2): 233-55 1999.

Gilbey, Ryan
"British Cinema Special: Reasons To Be Cheerful." Sight and Sound 12:10 (October 2002) p. 14-17
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Gledhill, Christine
"Play as Experiment in 1920s British Cinema." Film History 20:1 (2008) p. 14-34
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Guy, S.
"'High Treason' (1951) - Britains Cold-War Fifth-Column (Film Directed By Roy Boulting)."Historical Journal Of Film Radio And Television, 1993, V13 N1:35-47.

Hanke, Ken
"The British film invasion of the 1960s, part III." Films in Review Vol XL nr 6-7 (June-July 1989); p 348-356
Survey of British films imported to the USA continues, focusing on "Help!", "The loved one", "Morgan a suitable case for treatment" and "How I won the war".

Hardy, Sylvia.
"H. G. Wells and British Cinema: The War of the Worlds." Foundation: Review of Science Fiction. 28(77):46-58. 1999 Autumn

Harper, Sue; Porter, Vincent
"Moved to tears: weeping in the cinema in postwar Britain."Screen Vol XXXVII nr 2 (Summer 1996); p 152-173
A 1950's British Mass Observation survey on crying in the cinema is examined and conclusions drawn about the social and psychological function of film in the postwar period. [FIAF]

Healy, Murray.
"Were We Being Served? Homosexual Representation in Popular British Comedy." Screen. 36(3):243-56. 1995 Autumn

Higson, Andrew
"Space, place, spectacle." Screen Vol XXV nr 4-5 (July-Oct 1984); p 2-21.
Exploration of landscape and townscape in the British realist films of the late 1950's and early 1960's, taking as the main examples "Saturday night and Sunday morning" and "A taste of honey".

Hill, John.
"Contemporary British Cinema: Industry, Policy, Identity." Cineaste. 26(4):30-33. 2001 Fall
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"The current state of British cinema shows a familiar mix of strengths and weaknesses. There have been increases in British cinema admissions, new cinemas, and film production and a number of recent high-profile commercial successes. However, Hollywood films have benefited most from the growing audiences, and most British films without links to major Hollywood studios find it hard to get a foothold in the market. The UK film industry is relatively fragmented, with little integration across various sectors. British film production is most often carried out by relatively small production companies on an irregular or one-time basis, with finance usually pieced together from a range of sources including international presales and funding by government-backed agencies and television companies. There is no longer just one British cinema but different types of "British" cinemas often aimed at different audiences and addressing different aspects of social and cultural life." [Art Index]

Hill, John
"Government Policy and the British Film Industry 1979-90." European Journal of Communication. 8(2):203-24. 1993 June

Holmes, Susan.
"'As They Really Are, and in Close-Up': Film Stars on 1950s British Television." Screen. 42(2):167-87. 2001 Summer

Holmes, Su .
"Looking at the wider picture on the small screen: reconsidering British television and widescreen cinema in the 1950s." (Critical Essay)Quarterly Review of Film and Video April-June 2004 v21 i2 p131-147
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"The author argues against the conventional assumption that the technological rejuvenation of British cinema during the 1950s was driven by the motion picture industry's desire to distance itself from television. She instead posits that television promoted cinema's technological advancements through the emerging genre of feature-length television cinema programs." [Expanded Academic Index]

Jaikumar, Priya.
"An Act of Transition: Empire and the Making of a National British Film Industry, 1927." Screen. 43(2):119-38. 2002 Summer

Jones, Glen
""Down on the Floor and Give Me Ten Sit-Ups": British Sports Feature Film." Film & History 35:2 (2005) p. 29-40
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James, Nick
"British Cinema Now: Overview: Greenlit Unpleasant Land." Sight and Sound 17:1 (January 2007) p. 14-18
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Jones, Robert A.
"The Boffin: A stereotype of scientists in post-war British films (1945 - 1970)." Public Understanding of Science, Vol. 6, No. 1, 31-48 (1997)
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Kember, Joe.
"The Cinema of Affections: The Transformation of Authorship in British Cinema before 1907." Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film & Television, Spring2006 Issue 57, p3-16, 14p
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Kemp, Philip
"New Maps of Albion: Philip Kemp Looks Over Recent British Cinema." Film Comment 35:3 (May-June 1999)
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Kennedy, Harlan
"WWII: how they won the war; British cinema and World War Two." Film Comment, Sept-Oct 1996 v32 n5 p24(8)
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The British films of the World War II era are exotic to viewers today. The films are experiencing a revival with the 50th anniversary of the war and show British society at its most stoic. Films analyzed include 'Millions Like Us,' 'The Way to the Stars' and 'Ice Cold in Alex.'

Kirk, John.
"Urban Narratives: Contesting Place and Space in Some British Cinema from the 1980s." Jnt-Journal of Narrative Theory. 31(3):353-79. 2001 Fall

Kuhn, Annette
"Cinema-going in Britain in the 1930s: Report of a Questionnaire Survey." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Oct 1999 v19 i4 p531
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Surveys of British movie-goers in the 1930s reveal motion pictures' impact on British society. Topics include the age at which people first attended a movie, whether cinema-goers remembered portions of their favorite movie, loyalty to their favorite stars, and membership to fan clubs.

Kitses, Jim
"Gavin Lambert." Screen Vol XIII nr 2 (Summer 1972); p 55-78.
G.L.'s reasons for leaving Britain. The different attitudes to film aesthetics and criticism in England and France. The problems of the British cinema. Incl. bio-filmographic notes on: Paul Rotha, John Schlesinger, Tony Richardson and Karel Reisz.

Kuhn, Annette
"Children, 'horrific' films, and censorship in 1930s Britain." (Critical Essay) Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television June 2002 v22 i2 p197(6)
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Landy, Marcia.
"Looking Backward: History and Thatcherism in the Recent British Cinema." Film Criticism, Fall90, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p17-38, 22p
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Landy, Marcia.
"The Sexuality of History in Contemporary British Cinema." Film Criticism. 20(1-2):78-87. 1995 Fall-1996 Winter

Lawrenson, E.
"Mass observation." Sight & Sound v. ns16 no. 4 (April 2006) p. 88
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"Free Cinema was a program of four films by young British-based directors presented at the National Film Theatre in February 1956. If these films appear less groundbreaking today, it is because much of their immediacy is now standard practice. However, while their stylistic achievements are beyond doubt, the films have not dated well because they insisted that a film cannot be too personal and because they were polemical against Britain of the 1950s." [Art Index]

Leong, Karen J.
"Anna May Wong and the British Film Industry." Quarterly Review of Film and Video, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 13-22, 2006
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Lindley, Arthur
"Translations of the Flesh: International Relations as Romantic Comedy in Recent Australian and British Film." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 28, pp. (no pagination), September 2003.

Lovell, Alan
"The Unknown Cinema of Britain." Cinema Journal Vol. 11, No. 2 (Spring, 1972), pp. 1-8
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Lovell, T.
"Landscapes and stories in 1960s British realism." Screen Vol XXXI nr 4 (Winter 1990); p 357-376.
Study of the portrayal of British working-class life in the film "A taste of honey" and on tv in 'Coronation Street'. The influence of Richard Hoggart's book 'The uses of literacy' and other British new wave films are discussed, esp. the importance of domestic interiors and urban landscape.

Macnab, Geoffrey
"British cinema." (compilation of several significant events in the history of British film industry) Sight and Sound July 1996 v6 n7 p22(4)
" A survey of significant events in the history of the British film industry and a brief account of film stars and studios are presented. The Studios section traces the origin of film studios, such as Elstree, Pinewood, Bray, and notes about past and current films shot there. The stars section offers glimpses into the life and career of famous stars, such as Sean Connery and Vanessa Redgrave. The column 'Some Key Moments' lists important events in the industry from late 19th century to late 20th century." [Expanded Academic Index]

Macnab, Geoffrey
"British cinema Special: That Shrinking Feeling Sight and Sound 12:10 (October 2002) p. 18-20
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Macnab, Geoffrey
"Caught in the act."Sight & Sound Vol IV nr 4 (Apr 1994); p 61
On the acting styles used in British films of the 1950's.

Marris, Paul
"Northern Realism: An Exhausted Tradition?" (British cinema) Cineaste Fall 2001 v26 i4 p47
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"The contemporary North of England cries out for economic and social renewal. Film and program-makers can choose to participate in this, searching to express new perceptions, new insights, new understandings, new contestations, as part of the collective push for a new North. Expanded opportunities for the North to represent itself on the screen over the coming years are discussed." [ProQuest]

McCrillis, Neal R.
""Simply try for one hour to behave like gentlemen": British cinema during the early Cold War, 1945-1960." Film & History
Study of British Cold War culture which suggests that British films were less anti-communist and ideologically conservative than American films of the same period. [FIAF]
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McFarlane, B.
"Now and Then: The Ebbs and Flows of British Cinema." Screen Education 37 (2004) p. 9-15
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McFarlane, B.
"Pulp fictions: the British B film and the field of cultural production." Film Criticism v. 21 (Fall 1996) p. 48-70
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"The writer discusses the neglect of the British B movie. The British B movie never acquired a respected place in the film industry and has existed in a very obscure field of cultural production. Matters such as the system of exhibition, budgetary constraints, and the homological relationship of the film industry to the social class system, have combined with the essentially middle-class nature of critical discourse on British cinema to venerate the literary and realist strains of A-level film making, thereby marginalizing and neglecting the rest. British B movies are deserving of a revival of interest: Their neglect has consigned some good quality films to oblivion, and they are revealing about the periods from which they originate. To ignore these films suggests snobbery and distorts one's sense of the structure of the film industry." [Art Index]

McLoone, Martin.
"Challenging Colonial Traditions: British Cinema in the Celtic Fringe." Cineaste. 26(4):51-54. 2001 Fall
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"There is now a substantial body of film work that represents a kind of cinematic decolonization of Britain's Celtic fringe. The shared factor in the experience of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland is that in the 1990s, sufficient funding and technical facilities were finally made available to sustain a concerted program of indigenous film production. On the one hand, the films of Britain's Celtic fringe are interested in exploding myths and moving beyond the regimes of representation that have been bequeathed by dominant British cinema, which have tended to romanticize and marginalize the Celtic fringe. On the other hand, this new cinema has also been focused inward, exploring the dominant nationalist responses to representations of the center. It has pushed peripherality to the center and operates on the cutting edge of a contemporary cultural debate about identity. The writer goes on to examine various examples of this cinema of the Celtic fringe." [Art Index]

Miller, Laurence.
"Evidence for a British Film Noir Cycle." Film Criticism, Fall91/Winter92, Vol. 16 Issue 1/2, p42-51, 10p
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Monk, Claire.
"The British 'Heritage Film' and Its Critics." Critical Survey. 7(2):116-24. 1995
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Neely, S.
"Scotland, heritage and devolving British cinema." Screen v. 46 no. 2 (Summer 2005) p. 241-5

Nowell-Smith, Geoffrey
"The 1970 Crisis at the BFI and Its Aftermath." Screen, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 453-59, Winter 2006

Nugent, Julie.
"The Remains of Empire: Conflicting Representations in Contemporary Film." Irish Studies Review. 7:23-27. 1994 Summer

Petrie, Duncan.
"A brief history of British cinematography." American Cinematographer v. 80 no. 12 (December 1999) p. 86-8+

O'Pray, M.
"The B movie phenomenon: British cinema today." Aperture no. 113 (Winter 1988) p. 68-71

Petrie, Duncan.
"A brief history of British cinematography." American Cinematographer v. 80 no. 12 (December 1999) p. 86-8+
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"The writer traces the history of British cinematography. The art and craft of lighting was slow to develop in the formative years of the British film industry, but in the 1920s this began slowly to change, partly due to pressure exerted by the arrival of a few Hollywood cameramen. Some British filmmakers also learned a great deal while working in Germany on coproductions. German cinema had transformed the camera from a passive recorder of action to an active tool able to convey the fluidity and dynamism of dramatic action and subjective emotion, but this sort of sophistication was temporarily restrained in Britain by the arrival of sound in 1929, which confined cameras to booths, limiting movement to basic panning and tilting. British cinematography came of age around the end of World War II with the dominant aesthetic of a high-contrast, low-key style that combined the artistic subtleties of Germanic technique and the bold chiaroscuro of American "film noir." The 1970s saw a slump in film production, but the past two decades have continued to offer rich creative work by British cinematographers." [Art Index]

Petrie, Duncan.
"Devolving British Cinema: The New Scottish Cinema and the European Art Film." Cineaste. 26(4):55-57. 2001 Fall
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"Among the most interesting and important developments in British filmmaking in the 1990s was the emergence of a distinctive cinema in Scotland. Spearheaded by a number of high-profile, low-budget films, the new Scottish cinema impressed both audiences and critics at home and abroad and challenged the idea that British cinema could still be viewed as a culturally homogeneous or unified entity. A series of key institutional developments also led to the provision of new sources of financial support for Scottish film production. Recent Scottish cinema is distinct from much of the rest of current British cinema, often seeming more successful in appropriating external creative influences. The achievements of such idiosyncratic and cineliterate films as Orphans, Ratcatcher, and One Life Stand are a timely reminder of the rich European tradition within which some of the best Scottish cinema of the past two decades rightly belongs." [Art Index]

Porter, Vincent
"The hegemonic turn: film comedies in 1950s Britain." Journal of Popular British Cinema; nr.4 (2001); p.81-94
Analysis of 1950's British comedies, incl. 'Carry on' films which concludes that comedy was an ideal genre for resolving changing social and sexual attitudes in postwar Britain.

"Prodigal returns." (future of British cinema) (Editorial) Sight and Sound Nov 1994 v4 n11 p3(1)
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"British motion pictures may now be made on bigger budgets with the acquisition of London's Shepperton Studios by British expatriate film-makers Ridley and Tony Scott at a price of 12 million pounds sterling and the start of actor Hugh Grant's British-based company Simian Films. The Scott brothers hope that Shepperton Studios will be able to attract big foreign producers to shoot in Britain, thus enabling the making of better quality British films. Motion picture distribution in the UK is monopolized by Hollywood productions, and it is doubtful if the profits of these movies are being used to improve the production standards of British films." [Expanded Academic Index]

Pronay, N.
"British Film Sources For The Cold-War - The Disappearance Of The Cinema-Going Public." Historical Journal Of Film Radio And Television, 1993, V13 N1:7-17.
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Pulleine, T.
"Hollywood's baby brother? British films of the Fifties." Films & Filmingno. 339 (December 1982) p. 19-22+

Ramsden, John.
"Refocusing 'The People's War': British war films of the 1950s." (includes appendix on the war film boom of the 1950s) Journal of Contemporary History, Jan 1998 v33 n1 p35(32)
"British war films of the 1950s, which generally glorified Allied achievements of World War II, were shown during the last period in which the country's cinema could be said to have a national audience and had much box office appeal. In 1959, 14.5 mil people weekly were in theaters in Britain, a figure that was greater than the number of homes with television sets and almost equal to the total circulation of all national daily newspapers. In the '50s war features were still black and white and in traditional screen dimensions as a deliberate policy to maintain the look of films made during war years. Wartime film might be spliced in." [Expanded Academic Index]

Rapp, Dean
"Sex in the cinema: war, moral panic, and the British film industry, 1906-1918 (1). Albion Fall 2002 v34 i3 p422(30)
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Remael, Aline.
"Censorship: Cross-Media Cutting in 1950s-60s Britain." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature-Revue Canadienne de Litterature Comparee. 23(2):547-60. 1996 June

Richards, Jeffrey.
"Cinemagoing in worktown: regional film audiences in 1930s Britain." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television June 1994 v14 n2 p147(20) (11070 words)
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"Cinemas almost always registered full attendance in Britain during the 1930s. In the 1930s, Bolton, Lancashire, UK, which was referred to as 'Worktown,' registered a sharp increase in middle-class cinema patronage comprising mainly women, children and the unemployed. The choice of films included musicals, romance, drama, tragedy and history. Film stars whose films were widely watched by the working class included Geo

Pronay, N.
"British Film Sources For The Cold-War - The Disappearance Of The Cinema-Going Public." Historical Journal Of Film Radio And Television, 1993, V13 N1:7-17.

Roisman-Cooper, Barbara.
"Real to reel: World War II and British film." British Heritage Nov 2003 v24 i6 p38(8)
The article examines the importance of motion pictures in bolstering morale in Great Britain during World War II. Discussion includes the films 'In Which We Serve,' 'Spitfire,' and 'The Way Ahead.'

Ryall, Tom
"Urban Legends: Ten Cities That Shook Cinema: London: England's Dreaming." Sight and Sound 11:8 (August 2001) p. 30-33
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Sawhney, Cary Rajinder.
"'Another Kind of British': An Exploration of British Asian Films." Cineaste. 26(4):58-61. 2001 Fall
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"A discussion of British-Asian film. In the UK, the term "Asian" usually describes the ethnicity of peoples originating from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, and British-Asian films for the most part have Asian themes and some common features. While British films with Asian themes have been developing a distinctive identity and hybrid aesthetic with links to different sources, they are arguably most closely related to other "black" films in Britain. These share approaches that have changed over the past 20 years from essentially issue-based work challenging social injustice to more commercially viable features exploring a diverse range of experiences. The writer goes on to examine the history of British-Asian film since the 1980s, the themes and aesthetics of British-Asian films and their parallels with other cinemas, and shifting attitudes in Britain toward Asian cultures." [Art Index]

Scorsese, M.
"About English cinema." [influence of British filmmakers on Scorsese]. Cahiers du Cinema no. 500 (March 1996) p. 52-5

Sedgwick, John.
"Film 'hits' and 'misses' in the mid-1930s Britain." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television August 1998 v18 n3 p333(19) (7155 words)
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"A comparative analysis was performed by differentiating the cinemagoing preferences of Boltonians and the UK's national public to prove Jeffrey Richards' theory that a film audience's response is determined by the movie's appeal to a country's overall national identity that also encompasses the gender and regional identities. Results show that Richards' thesis is accurate as shown by UK's motion picture audience's preference for Hollywood produced films in the 1930s while still having a regional liking for British costume films amd musicals." [Expanded Academic Index]

Shaw, Tony
"Early Warnings of the Red Peril: A Pre-History of Cold War British Cinema, 1917-1939." Film History 14:3-4 (2002) p. 354-368

Simmons, Jerold.
"A Tale of Two Censors: The British Board of Film Censors, the Production Code Administrationand the Sad Fate of I Am a Camera." North Dakota Quarterly. 61(3):130-47. 1993 Summer

Smith, Rebecca
"J. Arthur Rank: the driving force behind the golden age of British cinema." (producer and director of cinema in Britain, includes filmographies) Films in Review May-June 1996 v47 n5-6 p2(10)
": Film producer Joseph Arthur Rank passed away in 1972. Born in a Methodist family of Yorkshire on Dec 22, 1888, Rank established a degree of reliability and success in the British film industry. He acquired Pinewood Studios in 1936 and founded Independent Producers at Pinewood in 1942. By the end of the 1940s, he created an empire with worldwide influence. During World War II, British films gained popularity in America because Rank's directors achieved a good combination of drama and realism. Rank Organization created some of the finest films in the history of cinema." [Expanded Academic Index]

Smith, R.
"J. Arthur Rank: the driving force behind the golden age of British cinema." [with filmography]. Films in Review v. 47 (May/June 1996) p. 2+

Sobchack, Tom.
"Bakhtin's 'Carnivalesque' in 1950s British Comedy." Journal of Popular Film & Television. 23(4):179-85. 1996 Winter

Stafford, Roy
"What's showing at the Gaumont?": rethinking the study of British cinema in the 1950s." Journal of Popular British Cinema nr 4 (2001); p 95-111
Examination of distribution and exhibition practices in the north of England in the early 1950's. A detailed analysis discovers a more varied and complex exhibition culture than is normally associated with 1950's British cinema. [FIAF]

Summerfield, Penny.
"War, film, memory: some reflections on war films and the social configuration of memory in Britain in the 1940s and 1950s." Journal of War & Culture Studies, 2008, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p15-23, 9p
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Voigts-Virchow, Eckart.
"Anglian Antics: British Film Comedies of the Eighties and Nineties." Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 5(2):129-41. 1998

Walsh, Michael.
" Reality, the Real, and the Margaret-Thatcher-Signifier in Two British Films of the 1980s." American Imago 52(2):169-89. 1995 Summer

Wayne, Mike.
"Constellating Walter Benjamin and British Cinema: A Study of The Private Life of Henry VIII." Quarterly Review of Film & Video. 19(3):249-60. 2002 July-Sept UC users only
"Alexander Korda's 1933 motion picture 'The Private Life of Henry VIII' filtered British history and myths through a European aesthetic in a similar way to how Walter Benjamin's conceptual apparatus can illuminate British cinema. Korda adapted his story to the political and economic crises of the early 1930s, and this provides links with Benjamin's work on 19th-century Paris arcades and the emergence of consumer culture." [Expanded Academic Index]

Wayne, Mike
"The Performing Northern Working Class in British Cinema: Cultural Representation and its Political Economy." Quarterly Review of Film and Video v. 23 no. 4 (2006) p. 287-97
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Webster, Wendy
"Reconstructing boundaries: gender, war and empire in British cinema, 1945-1950. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television March 2003 v23 i1 p43(15)
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Wilinsky, Barbara.
"First and Finest: British Films on U. S. Television in the Late 1940s." Velvet Light Trap. 40:18-31. 1997 Fall

Williams, Melanie.
"'Light on a Dark Lovely': Yvonne Mitchell and Stardom in British Cinema." Quarterly Review ofFilm & Video. 19(1):31-41. 2002
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" Yvonne Mitchell was a minor star in British motion pictures during the 1950s and her film career demonstrates how physical characteristics often typecast women in this period. Mitchell had dark hair and eyes and was usually cast as an unhappy, suffering character, a limitation to which she objected."

Williams, T.
"[British Horror Cinema]." Quarterly Review of Film and Video v. 22 no. 1 (January/March 2005) p. 90-2

Black British Film

Alexander, Karen.
"Black British Cinema in the 90s: Going Going Gone." In: British cinema of the 90s / edited by Robert Murphy. London : BFI Publishing, 2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 B686 2000

Bourne, Stephen.
Black in the British frame : the black experience in British film and television London : Continuum, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N4 B68 2001
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N4 B68 1998 [earlier edition])

Byrne, Eleanor.
"See(k)ing in the Dark: Looking at White People in Black British Cinema." Journal for the Study of British Cultures, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 171-80, 1998

Crusz, Robert.
"Black Cinemas, Film Theory, and Dependent Knowledge." In: Black British cultural studies: a reader / edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr., Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg. pp: 107-13. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1996. Black literature and culture.
Main Stack DA125.A1.B56 1996

"Don't Talk Black!" The Independent 21 August 2005
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Fitzgerald, John.
"Existing identities : reflecting black and Asian Britain in the Noughties." In: Studying British cinema : 1999-2009 / by John Fitzgerald. Leighton Buzzard [England] : Auteur, 2010.
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7 F58 2010

Hall, Stuart.
"Cultural Identity and Cinematic Representation." In: Black British cultural studies: a reader / edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr., Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg. pp: 210-22. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1996. Black literature and culture.
Main Stack DA125.A1.B56 1996

Karamath, Joel.
"Shooting black Britain." Index on Censorship; 2007, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p142-147, 6p, 1 Black and White Photograph
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Korte, Barbara.
"Bidding for the mainstream? : black and Asian British film since the 1990s / Barbara Korte and Claud." Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 K67 2004

Malik, Sarita.
"Beyond 'The Cinema of Duty'? The Pleasures of Hybridity: Black British Film of the 1980s and 1990s." In: Dissolving views : key writings on British cinema / edited by Andrew Higson. London ; New York, NY : Cassell, 1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 D56 1996

Mercer, Kobena.
"Diaspora Culture and the Dialogic Imagination: The Aesthetics of Black Independent Film in Britain." In: Theorizing diaspora : a reader / edited by Jana Evans Braziel and Anita Mannur. Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2003.
Main (Gardner) Stacks

Pines, Jim.
"Black Films in White Britain." In: Rogue reels : oppositional film making in Britain, 1945-90 / edited by Margaret Dickinson. London : British Film Institute, 1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 R64 1999

Pines, Jim.
""The Cultural Context of Black British Cinema." In: Black British cultural studies: a reader / edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr., Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg. pp: 183-93 Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1996. Black literature and culture.
Main Stack DA125.A1.B56 1996

Williams, Patrick.
"Imaged Communities: Black British Film in the Eighties and Nineties." Critical Survey. 8(1):3-13. 1996

Young, Lola.
"Representation and British 'racial problem' films." Women: A Cultural Review Volume 2, Issue 1, 1991

Articles and Books on Individual Directors

Lindsay Anderson

Anderson, Lindsay
The diaries : Lindsay Anderson / edited by Paul Sutton. Anderson, Lindsay, 1923-1994. London : Methuen, 2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.A525 D32 2004

Anderson, Lindsay
Never apologise : the collected writings London : Plexus, 2004.
MAIN: PN1998.3.A523 A2 2004; PFA : PN1998.3.A63 A2 2004

Anderson, Lindsay
"'This Sporting Life'." Tempo, New Ser., No. 139. (Dec., 1981), pp. 33-34.
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Anderson Lindsay; Gray, Paul;Morris, Kelly
"Class Theatre, Class Film. An Interview with Lindsay Anderson." The Tulane Drama Review, Vol. 11, No. 1 (Autumn, 1966), pp. 122-129
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Anderson, Lindsay; Paul Gray; Kelly Morris
"Class Theatre, Class Film. An Interview with Lindsay Anderson." The Tulane Drama Review, Vol. 11, No. 1. (Autumn, 1966), pp. 122-129.
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"British directors." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VIII nr 1 (1980); p 2-68.
Six articles on UK directors, Ken Russell, Carol Reed, Tony Richardson, Lindsay Anderson and John Schlesinger.

Cocks, Jay
"Lindsay Anderson." Film Comment; Nov/Dec94, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p7, 3p
Presents a tribute to motion picture director Lindsay Anderson. Background; Motion pictures directed; Directing style; Author's memoirs of Anderson.

Cowie, Peter; Lindsay Anderson
"An Interview with Lindsay Anderson." Film Quarterly Vol. 17, No. 4 (Summer, 1964), pp. 12-14
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Friedman, Lester; Stewart, Scott
"The tradition of independence : an interview with Lindsay Anderson." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992 : essays and interviews / edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Albany : State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 R4 1994

Graham, Allison.
Lindsay Anderson Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .A584; Storage Info: B 3 569 822

Hacker, Jonathan.
"Lindsay Anderson." In: Take ten: contemporary British film directors / Jonathan Hacker and David Price. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1998.2.H33 1991

Hedling, Erik.
"Lindsay Anderson and the Development of British Art Cinema." In: The British cinema book
Edited by Robert Murphy. 2nd ed. pp: 241-47. London: British Film Institute, 2001.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B66 2001

Hedling, Erik.
Lindsay Anderson: maverick film maker London: Washington: Cassell, 1998.
MAIN: PN1998.3.A525 H39 1998

Hedling, Erik.
"Lindsay Anderson: Sequence and the rise of auteurism in 1950s Britain." In: British cinema of the 1950s : a celebration / edited by Ian MacKillop and Neil Sinyard. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2003.
Full text available online [UCB users only]
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"An Interview with Lindsay Anderson." Film Criticism, Fall91/Winter92, Vol. 16 Issue 1/2, p4-17, 14p
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Izod, John; Magee, Karl; Mackenzie, Kathryn; Gourdin, Isablle.
"What is there to smile at? Lindsay Anderson's O Lucky Man." In: Don't look now : British cinema in the 1970s / edited by Paul Newland. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2010.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010

Lambert, Gavin.
"Lindsay Anderson: Unrequited Lover." Sight and Sound 4:10 (October 1994) e p. 18
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Late film director hitLindsay hitAnderson is profiled. In his last film, "Is That All There Is?" hitAnderson offered self-mockery and satire. Throughout his career, he was known to follow his own rules.

Lambert, Gavin.
Mainly about Lindsay Anderson New York: Alfred A. Knopf: Distributed by Random House, 2000.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
MAIN: PN1998.A525 L36 2000

Lindsay Anderson. Sussex, Elizabeth. London, Studio Vista, 1969.
NRLF (UCB) PN1998.A3 A587 1969

Robinson, David.
"Never Apologize A Personal Visit with Lindsay Anderson." Sight & Sound, Dec2007, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p83-84, 2p
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Sherwin, David.
Going mad in Hollywood: and life with Lindsay Anderson London: A. Deutsch, 1996.
MAIN: PN1998.3.S455 A3 199

Silet, Charles L. P.
Lindsay Anderson: a guide to references and resources Boston: G. K. Hall, 1979
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .A5868 1979; Storage Info: B 3 569 823

If...

Farber, Stephen.
"Before the Revolution." The Hudson Review, Vol. 22, No. 3 (Autumn, 1969), pp. 469-476
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Gladwell, David
"Editing Anderson's 'If….'" Screen (1969) 10(1): 24-33
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Hutchings, William.
"If... Then--And Now: Lindsay Anderson's If... and the Schoolboy Rebels of Fact, Fiction, and Film." Papers on Language & Literature, Spring87, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p192, 26p
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Rampell, Ed.
"The Whole World was Watching: Power to the People Pictures." In: Progressive Hollywood : a people's film history of the United States / by Ed Rampell. New York : Disinformation ; St. Paul, MN : Distributed in the USA and Canada by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution, c2005.
Includes discussion of Anderson's "If..."
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.P6 R34 2005
Moffitt PN1993.5.U65 R27 2005

Richards, Jeffrey H.
"The Revolt of the Young: If...." In: Best of British : cinema and society, 1930-1970 / Jeffrey Richards and Anthony Aldgate. Oxford, England : B. Blackwell, 1983.
Full text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 R48 1983

Sherwin, David.
If...: a film, by Lindsay Anderson and David Sherwin. [Screenplay by David Sherwin] London, Lorrimer Publishing Ltd, 1969.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997 .S4721 1969b

Spicer, Andrew.
"Rebel Males." In: Typical men : the representation of masculinity in popular British cinema / Andrew Spicer. London ; New York : I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2001.
Full text available online [UCB users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks; PFA HQ1090.7.G7 S65 2001

Spiers, David.
"Lindsay Anderson, If..." Screen 1969 10: 85-89
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Oh, Lucky Man

Cunningham, Frank R.
"Lindsay Anderson's O Lucky Man! and the Romantic Tradition." Literature Film Quarterly, Summer74, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p256, 6p, 1 Color Photograph
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Lavery, David L.
"O Lucky Man! And the Movie as Koan." Literature Film Quarterly, 1980, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p35, 6p
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This Sporting Life

Aldgate, Anthony .
"Defining the parameters of "quality" cinema for "the permissive society" : the British Board of Film Censors and This sporting life." In: Windows on the sixties : exploring key texts of media and culture / edited by Anthony Aldgate, James Chapman, Arthur Marwick. London ; New York : I.B. Tauris, 2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks P94.65.G7 W563 2000

Redhead, Steve.
"This Sporting Life: The Realism of The Football Factory." Soccer & Society, Mar2007, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p90-108, 19p UC users only

Taylor, B. F. (Barnaby F.)
"Bodies, Critics, and This Sporting Life." In: The British new wave : a certain tendency? / B.F. Taylor. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 T39 2006

Richard Attenborough

Cry Freedom

Burns, John F.
"Film is the weapon, apartheid the target." ("Cry Freedom" about the life and death of Stephen Biko) New York Times v137, sec2 (Sun, Nov 1, 1987):H1(N), H1(L), col 1, 71 col in.

Carchidi, Vitoria.
"South Africa from Text to Film: Cry Freedom and A Dry White Season." In: Florida State University Conference on Literature and Film (15th: 1990) Literature and film in the Historical Dimension: Selected Papers from the Fifteenth Annual Florida State University Conference on Literature and Film / edited by John D. Simons. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, c1994.
UCB Main PN50 .F57 1990

Claiborne, William.
"S. African police seize Biko movie; authorities raid theaters showing Attenborough's 'Cry Freedom.'" (Richard Attenborough, Steven Biko) Washington Post v111 (Sat, July 30, 1988):A1, col 2, 25 col in.

'Cry Freedom' is seized by Pretoria. (police seize copies of film claiming risk to public safety) New York Times v137 (Sat, July 30, 1988):5(N), 6(L), col 3, 8 col in.

Gilliam, Dorothy.
"'Cry Freedom' opens a window." (film on apartheid in South Africa) (column) Washington Post v110 (Thu, Nov 12, 1987):C3, col 4, 19 col in.

Hitchens, Christopher.
"White wash." American Film v 13 Jan/Feb 1988. p. 62-8.
"In Cry Freedom, director Sir Richard Attenborough fails to convey the texture and depth of apartheid in South Africa, making the film nothing more than an optimistic civil rights soap opera. One major fault lies in the film's simplistic portrayals of its two main characters. Attenborough treats journalist Donald Woods and black activist Stephen Biko as one-dimensional forces for good, considerably weakening the complexity and dramatic tension of the actual story on which the film is based. Even more disturbing are Attenborough's tendencies toward sentimentality and inaccuracy. When he neglects to show apartheid's reliance on tribalism and division, or the existence of continuing censorship in South Africa, Attenborough does severe damage to his film's credibility. By etching his film in such black and white terms, he merely patronizes everyone concerned, including the audience." [Art Abstracts]

Hoaglund, Jim.
"Setback for 'Freedom.'" ("Cry Freedom" banned in South Africa) (column) Washington Post v111 (Thu, Aug 4, 1988):A21, col 1, 14 col in.

Kraft, Scott.

"'Cry Freedom' viewed as history lesson; S. African critics oppose government suppression of movie." Los Angeles Times v107, secI (Tue, Aug 2, 1988):6, col 1, 25 col in.

Kraft, Scott.
"S. Africa bans showing of film 'Cry Freedom'; officials allege public safety threat, pull prints from theaters after premiere; censor overruled." Los Angeles Times v107, secI (Sat, July 30, 1988):1, col 3, 34 col in.

Mgxashe, Mxolisi.
"A black South African looks at 'Cry Freedom.'" Christian Science Monitor v80, n15 (Wed, Dec 16, 1987):13, col 1, 24 col in.

Nixon, Rob.
"Cry White Season: Apartheid, Liberalism, and the American Screen." South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 90 no. 3. 1991Summer. pp: 499-529.

Sampson, Anthony
"Attenborough's Biko." Sight and Sound v 57 Winter 1987/1988. p. 48-50.

Trucco, Terry.
"Denzel Washington on re-creating Biko's life." (Steven Biko) New York Times v137 (Sat, Dec 26, 1987):12(N), 15(L), col 1, 20 col in.

White, Armond.
"Apartheid chic." Film Comment v 23 Nov/Dec 1987. p. 11-14+.
"Richard Attenborough's film Cry Freedom and Philip Saville's HBO movie Mandela fail as political statements because they remain rooted in white ideology. Both films are about apartheid, both have black hero-martyrs, and both idealize their subjects. Nelson Mandela, jailed for speaking out for the African National Congress, is depicted as never getting angry and always preaching peace. Cry Freedom is told from the point of view of white journalist Donald Woods, who fled South Africa after black activist Stephen Biko was slain by the police. The black heroes are aggrandized, belittled, and never shown as real people in a bitter struggle. At best, these films may enlighten the politically ignorant, but through tear-jerking techniques rather than an appeal to principle." [Art Abstracts]

Gandhi

Attenborough, Richard.
In search of Gandhi London: Bodley Head, 1982
MAIN: PN1997.G22 .A8
MOFF: PN1997.G36 A87 1982 (different edition)

Buck, Lucien A.
"Nonviolence and Satyagraha in Attenborough's Gandhi." Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Vol. 24, No. 3, 130-141 (1984)
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Chapman, James; Culll Nicholas John
"The Raj Revival: Gandhi (1982)." In: Projecting empire : imperialism and popular cinema London ; New York : I.B. Tauris : Distributed in the United States and Canada exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Full text available online (UCB users only)

Cooper, D.
"Gandhi." Film Quarterly Vol XXXVII nr 2 (Winter 1983-84); p 46-50

DiSalvo, Charles R.
"Gandhi: The Spirituality and Politics of Suffering A Symposium on Film and the Law." Oklahoma City University Law Review v. 22 (Spring 1997) p. 51-
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Galbraith, J.K.
"Gandhi." Film Comment Vol XIX nr 1 (Jan-Feb 1983); p 26-29

Goodman, J.
"The empire shoots back." Film Comment Vol XIX nr 1 (Jan-Feb 1983); p 30-32

Gupta, U.
"Gandhi." Cineaste Vol XII nr 4 (1983); p 45-46

Stephen Hay
"Attenborough's "Gandhi"" The Public Historian, Vol. 5, No. 3. (Summer, 1983), pp. 84-94.
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Patwardhan, Anand.
"Gandhi: Film as Theology." Internationales Asienforum [West Germany] 1983 14(4): 399-404.

Rushdie, S.
"Attenborough's Gandhi." In: Imaginary homelands: essays and criticism 1981-1991 / <1991> London: Granta in association with Penguin, c1991 (1992[printing])
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Saxena, S. K.
"Richard Attenborough's 'Gandhi': An Essay in Understanding." Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics, vol. 5, no. 1-2, pp. 75-85, 1982

Sharma, Shailja.
"Citizens of the empire: revisionist history and the social imaginary in Gandhi." Velvet Light Trap (Spring 1995): 61(8).

Ward, Geoffrey C.
"Gandhi." In: Past imperfect: history according to the movies / general editor, Mark C. Carnes ; edited by Ted Mico, John Miller-Monzon, and David Rubel. 1st ed. New York: H. Holt, 1995.
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Danny Boyle

Danny Boyle: interviews
Edited by Brent Dunham. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2010.
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Slumdog Millionaire

Chan, Nadine.
"Slumdog Millionaire and the Troubled Place of Cinema and Nation." Spectator: The University of Southern California Journal of Film & Television, Fall2010, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p37-45, 9p

Collins, Alfred.
"Salaam Slumdog! Personal and cultural trauma and restitution in the Mumbai slums." Psychological Studies Volume 54, Number 3 / September, 2009
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Gehlawat, Ajay.
"Slumdog comprador: coming to terms with the Slumdog phenomenon." CineAction - Winter 2009 i78 p2(8)
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Jivani, Alkarim.
"Mumbai Rising." Sight and Sound, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 40-43, Feb 2009
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Kavoori, Anandam.
"Why the Sun Shines on Slumdog." Global Media and Communication, 2009, 5, 259
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Koehler, Robert
"Slumdog Millionaire.l" Cineaste 34:2 (Spring 2009) p. 75-77
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Larson, Kate.
"Slumdog Millionaire." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, Volume 21, Issue 4 October 2009 , pages 303 - 306
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Macnab, Geoffrey.
"Slumdog Millionaire." Sight and Sound 19:2 (February 2009) p. 75-76
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Mendes, Ana Cristina.
"Showcasing India Unshining: Film Tourism in Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire." Third Text, Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p471-479, 9p
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Paul, Robert A.
"Cultural narratives and the succession scenario: Slumdog Millionaire and other popular films and fictions." The International Journal of Psychoanalysis. Vol 92(2), Apr 2011, pp. 451-470
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Rapold, Nicolas.
"Slumdog Millionaire." Film Comment 44:6 (November-December 2008) p. 69-70
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Tyree, J.M.
"Against the Clock: Slumdog Millionaire and the Curious Case of Benjamin Button." Film Quarterly, Summer2009, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p34-38, 5p
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Vashishtha, Vipin M.
"Indian Slum Children in Western Cinema: Sensitive Portrayal of Stark Reality or Crass Exploitation?" Indian Pediatrics; Jun2009, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p499-500, 2p

Walsh, Mike.
"You Ain't Nothin' But a Slumdog: Global Cinema and the Slumdog Millionaire Effect." Metro Magazine: Media & Education Magazine Issue 160 (Mar 2009)

Trainspotting

Blackwell, Bonnie.
"The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Narrative." College Literature, Winter2004, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p1-26, 26p UC users only

Brunsdon, Charlotte.
"London Films: From Private Gardens to Utopian Moments. Cineaste, Fall2001, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p43, 4p
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Cardullo, Bert
"Fiction into Film, or Bringing Welsh to a Boyle." Literature Film Quarterly; 1997, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p158, 5p
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Gilmore, Richard A.
"Into the toilet: some classical aesthetic themes raised by a scene in Trainspotting." In: "Doing philosophy at the movies / Richard A. Gilmore. Albany : State University of New York Press, c2005.
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Hibbs, Thomas S.
"Normal nihilism as comic : Seinfeld, Trainspotting, and Pulp fiction." In: Shows about nothing : nihilism in popular culture / Thomas S. Hibbs. Waco, Tex. : Baylor University Press, c2012.
Main (Gardner) Stacks New books PN1995.9.N55 H53 2012

Hodge, John.
Trainspotting / John Hodge. New York : Miramax Books : Hyperion, c1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997 .T66 1996

Maurer, Monika
"Trainspotters" In: Danny Boyle: interviews
Edited by Brent Dunham. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2010.
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Mera, Miguel.
"'Reap Just What You Sow': Trainspotting's Perfect Day." In: Pop fiction : the song in cinema / edited by Steve Lannin and Matthew Caley. p85-97 Bristol, UK ; Portland, Or. : Intellect, c2005.
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Petrie, Duncan.
"Scottish cinema: introduction." Screen, Summer2005, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p213-216, 4p;
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Slavin, Willy.
"Trainspotting" Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology; Apr97, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p171-172, 2p
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Smith, Murray.
Trainspotting / Murray Smith. London : BFI Publishing, 2002.
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Stalcup, Scott.
"Trainspotting, High Fidelity, and the Diction of Addiction." Studies in Popular Culture, Spring2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p119-136, 18p
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Stollery, Martin.
Trainspotting : director, Danny Boyle / note by Martin Stollery. Harlow : Longman ; London : York Press, 2001.
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Street, Sarah
"Trainspotting." In: European cinema : an introduction / [edited by] Jill Forbes and Sarah Street. Hampshire, [Eng.] ; New York : Palgrave, 2000.
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28 Days Later

Bishop, Kyle.
"Dead Man Still Walking." Journal of Popular Film & Television, Spring2009, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p16-25, 10p
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Botting, Fred.
"A-ffect-less: zombie-horror-shock." English Language Notes, Spring/Summer2010, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p177-190, 14p
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In this article the author discusses aspects of the motion picture "28 Days Later," directed by Danny Boyle. The author notes that the film is an account of an all consuming a man-made virus that afflicts Great Britain. According to the author "28 Days Later," is both a zombie survival adventure film set in a post-apocalyptical world and a meditation on the nature of natural and man-made disasters. A number of topics are addressed including the credit sequence of the film, and the depiction of civil discontent and police repression in the film.

Botting, Fred.
"Zombie London: Unexceptionalities of the New World Order." In: London Gothic : place, space and the Gothic imagination / edited by Lawrence Phillips and Anne Witchard. London ; New York : Continuum, c2010.
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Boluk, Stephanie; Lenz, Wylie
"Infection, Media, and Capitalism: From Early Modern Plagues to Postmodern Zombies." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies ; 2010, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p126-147, 22p
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Froula, Anna
"Prolepsis and the "war on terror" : zombie pathology and the culture of fear in 28 days later." In: Reframing 9/11 [electronic resource] : film, popular culture and the "war on terror" / edited by Jeff Birkenstein, Anna Froula and Karen Randell. New York : Continuum, 2010.
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Hall, Derek.
"Varieties of Zombieism: Approaching Comparative Political Economy through 28 Days Later and Wild Zero." International Studies Perspectives, Feb2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1-17, 17p
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Hunter, Sandy
"28 Days Later: An Interview with Danny Boyle" In: Danny Boyle: interviews
Edited by Brent Dunham. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2010.
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Hutchings, Peter.
"Horror London." Journal of British Cinema & Television, 2009, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p190-206, 17p
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Johnson, Brian D.
"Disease, Monsters And Metaphor." Maclean's; 7/1/2003-7/8/2003, Vol. 116 Issue 26/27, p85, 3p
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Kermode, Mark.
"28 Days Later." Sight and Sound. Dec 2002. Vol. 12, Iss. 12; p. 59

Korte, Barbara
"Envisioning a Black Tomorrow? Black Mother Figures and the Issue of Representation in 28 Days Later (2003) and Children of Men (2006)" In: Multi-ethnic Britain 2000+ : new perspectives in literature, film and the arts / edited by Lars Eckstein ... [et al.]. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2008.
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Lane, Anthony.
"Days Of Plague: The Current Cinema" The New Yorker. Jun 30, 2003. Vol. 79, Iss. 17; pg. 102

May, Jeff.
"Zombie geographies and the undead city." Social & Cultural Geography, May2010, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p285-298, 14p
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Muntean, Nick; Payne, Matthew Thomas
"Attack of the livid dead: recalibrating terror in the post-September 11 zombie film." In: Michael Winterbottom / Brian McFarlane and Deane Williams. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2009.
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Murray, Robin L.
"Apocalypse as a "return to normality" in 28 days later and 28 weeks later" In: Ecology and popular film : cinema on the edge / Robin L. Murray and Joseph K. Heumann. Albany : SUNY Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N38 M87 2009

Ní Fhlainn, Sorcha
"All Dark Inside: Dehumanization and Zombification in Postmodern Cinema." In: Better off dead : the evolution of the zombie as post-human / edited by Deborah Christie and Sarah Juliet Lauro. New York : Fordham University Press, 2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks GR581 .B48 2011

Perleberg, Anna
"Lurching towards Eden: Post-Apocalyptic Paradise in Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later." In: The image of the road in literature, media, and society : selected papers [from the] 2005 conference Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Conference (15th : 2005 : Colorado Springs, Colo.) Pueblo, Co. : The Society, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.T7 S635 2005

Rogers, Martin
"Hybridity and post-human anxiety in 28 days later." In: Zombie culture : autopsies of the living dead / edited by Shawn McIntosh, Marc Leverette. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.Z63 Z66 2008

Rose, James.
"28 Days Later." In: Beyond Hammer : British horror cinema since 1970 / by James Rose. Leighton Buzzard : Auteur, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H6 R67 2009
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Williams, G. Christopher.
"Birthing an Undead Family: Reification of the Mother's Role in the Gothic Landscape of 28 Days Later." Gothic Studies, Nov2007, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p33-44, 44p
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John Boorman

Boorman, John
Hope and glory / by John Boorman. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1987.
Main Stack PN1997.H68 1987

Ciment, Michel
John Boorman / Michael Ciment ; translated by Gilbert Adair. London: Faber, 1986
Main Stack PN1998.A3.B6 C51, 1986

Film-makers on film-making
Edited by John Boorman and Walter Donohue. London: Faber and Faber, 1996. Boorman, John, 1933 Projections (London, England) ; 5.
Main Stack PN1994.F43912 1996

Peachment, Chris
"John Boorman: the deliverance of a one-man British film industry." (film director) New Statesman (1996) May 22, 1998 v127 n4386 p46(2)
Boorman can be considered the UK's greatest living film directorat age 65. He takes risks especially in his selections of remote and dangerouslocations. Boorman has established a name internationally, in Hollywood andin Ireland and his forthcoming movie 'The General' is very promising."

Smith,Gavin .
"Beyond images." (interview with director John Boorman)(Interview) Film Comment July-August 1995 v31 n4 p44(12)
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Director John Boorman's film 'Beyond Rangoon' recounts thetravails of a young woman who partakes in the socio-political struggles of acountry which she has visited. Boorman deals with the transformative qualityof experience in a theme that recalls the quest narrative of medievalromances.

Deliverance

Armour, Robert.
"Deliverance: Four Variations of the American Adam." Literature Film Quarterly, Summer73, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p280, 6p
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Barnett, Pamela.
"Rape and Repudiation, Masochism and Masculinity in Deliverance." James Dickey Newsletter 20.1 (2003): 1-19

Burns, Maggie
"Easy Rider and Deliverance: Or, The Death of the Sixties." University of Hartford Studies in Literature: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism, vol. 22, no. 2-3, pp. 44-58, 1990

Farmer, Angela
"The Worst Fate: Male Rape as Masculinity Epideixes in James Dickey's Deliverance and the American Prison Narrative." Atenea, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 103-115, 2008 June
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Griffith, James J.
"Damned If You Do, and Damned If You Don't: James Dickey's Deliverance." Post Script, Spring/Summer86, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p47-59, 13p

Houck, Davis W.; Picart, Caroline J. S.
"Opening the Text: Reading Gender, Christianity, and American Intervention in Deliverance'." In: The terministic screen : rhetorical perspectives on film / edited by David Blakesley. Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, c2003.
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Kellman, Steven G.
"All the World's a Movie Set: Dickey's Deliverance." South Carolina Review, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 155-61, 1994 Spring

Knepper, Steven.
""Do You Know What the "Hail" You're Talkin' about?": "Deliverance," Stereotypes, and the Lost Voice of the Rural Poor." James Dickey Newsletter, Fall2008, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p17-29, 13p
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Levin, Cherry
"Adherence to Propp: James Dickey's Deliverance in Novel and Film." In: The way we read James Dickey : critical approaches for the twenty-first century / edited by William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS3554.I32 Z94 2009

Madden, Ed
"The Buggering Hillbilly and the Buddy Movie: Male Sexuality in Deliverance." In: The way we read James Dickey : critical approaches for the twenty-first century / edited by William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS3554.I32 Z94 2009

Martell, William C.
"Take it to the limit." Script , Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p82-85, 4p
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Narine, Anil
"Global Trauma at Home: Technology, Modernity, Deliverance." Journal of American Studies; Dec2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p449-470, 22p
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Osborne, Virginia Nickles.
"Let's Go to the Woods, Boys": Reading "Deliverance" as a Cold War Novel." James Dickey Newsletter, Spring2008, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p1-20, 20p
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Palmer, R. Barton
"Narration, Text, Intertext: The Two Versions of Deliverance." In: Struggling for wings : the art of James Dickey / edited by Robert Kirschten. Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS3554.I32 Z86

Robinson, Sally
"'Emotional Constipation' and the Power of Dammed Masculinity: Deliverance and the Paradoxes of Male Liberation." In: Masculinity : bodies, movies, culture / edited by Peter Lehman. New York : Routledge, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.M46 M34 2001

Silver, Timothy
The 'Deliverance' Factor." Environmental History Vol. 12, No. 2 (Apr., 2007), pp. 369-371
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Suarez, Ernest.
"Deliverance": Dickey's original screen play." Southern Quarterly, 1995, Vol. 33 Issue 2/3, p161-169, 9p
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Thesing, William B.; Wright, David A.
"Dealing with "Immortal Works": James Dickey's Last Public Discussion of "Deliverance."" James Dickey Newsletter, Spring2008, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p36-42, 7p
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Welling, Bart H.M
"'Squeal Like A Pig': Manhood, Wilderness, and Imperialist Nostalgia in John Boorman’s Deliverance."

Willson Jr., Robert F.
"Deliverance from Novel to Film: Where Is Our Hero?" Literature Film Quarterly, Winter74, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p52, 7p
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Wright, David A.
"'The Advance Commandos of Some Invading Force': Deliverance and Predator, an (Un)Likely Comparison." James Dickey Newsletter, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 17-34, 2009 Spring

Excalibur

Bartone, Richard C.
"Variations on Arthurian Legend in Lancelot du Lac and Excalibur." In: Popular Arthurian traditions / edited by Sally K. Slocum. Bowling Green, Ohio : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1992.
Main Stack PN57.A6.P6 1992)

D'Heur, J. M.
"Arthur, Excalibur and the Enchanter Boorman." In: Studia in honorem prof. M. de Riquer. Barcelona : Quaderns Crema, c1986.
MAIN: PC14.R54 S77 1986

Grindley, Carl James.
"Arms and the Man: The Curious Inaccuracy of Medieval Arms and Armor in Contemporary Film." Film & History, May2006, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p14-19, 6p
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Lacy, Norris J.
"Mythopoeia in Excalibur." In: Cinema Arthuriana : essays on Arthurian film / edited by Kevin J. Harty. New York : Garland Pub., 1991.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A75.C5 1991

Purdon, Liam O.
"Hollywood's Myopic Medievalism: Excalibur and Malory's Morte d'Arthur." In: Popular Arthurian traditions / edited by Sally K. Slocum. Bowling Green, Ohio : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1992.
Main Stack PN57.A6.P6 1992

Robinson, Sally.
"'Emotional Constipation' and the Power of Dammed Masculinity: Deliverance and the Paradoxes of Male Liberation." In: Masculinity : bodies, movies, culture / edited by Peter Lehman. New York : Routledge, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.M46 M34 2001

Ruiz, Raúl.
"Three Thrusts at Excalibur." Screening the Past: An International, Refereed, Electronic Journal of Visual Media & History, Dec2009, Issue 26, p10-10, 1p

Shichtman, Martin B.
"Hollywood's New Weston: The Grail Myth in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now and John Boorman's Excalibur." Post Script, Fall84, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p35-48, 14p,

Shichtman, Martin B.
"Hollywood's New Weston: The Grail Myth in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now and John Boorman's Excalibur." In: The Grail : a casebook / edited with an introduction by Dhira B. Mahoney.
Main Stack PN686.G7.G73 2000

Whitaker, Muriel.
"Fire, Water, Rock: Elements of Setting in Excalibur." In: Cinema Arthuriana : essays on Arthurian film / edited by Kevin J. Harty. New York : Garland Pub., 1991.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A75.C5 1991

Hope and Glory

Boorman, John.
Hope and glory / by John Boorman. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1987.
Main Stack PN1997.H68 1987

Eley, Geoff.
"Finding the people's war: film, British collective memory, and World War II." American Historical Review, 2001, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p818-838, 21p
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Gough-Yates, Kevin.
"Hope and Glory." In: The cinema of Britain and Ireland Edited by Brian McFarlane. London: Wallflower, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005

Hacker, Jonathan.
"The Cinema and the Home Front: Yanks, Hope and Glory and Chicago Joe and the Showgirl." Twentieth Century British History, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 175-87, 1991

Lavery, David.
"Functional and Dysfunctional Autobiography: Hope and Glory and Distant Voices, Still Lives." Film Criticism, Fall90, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p39-48, 10p
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Springer, Claudia.
"The boy at the keyhole watching bombshells." Literature & Psychology, 1988, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p16-32, 17p

Point Blank

Gallagher, Mark.
"Tripped Out: The Psychedelic Film and Masculinity." Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Jul-Sep2004, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p161-171, 11p
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Hughes, Howard.
"'Somebody's got to pay' - Point Blank (1967)." In: Crime wave: the filmgoers' guide to the great crime movies / Howard Hughes. London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
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Martin, James Michael.
"'Point Blank." Film Quarterly, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Summer, 1968), pp. 40-43
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Shadoian, Jack.
"Contemporary Colorations: The Modernist Perspective: Point Blank (1967)." In: Dreams & dead ends : the American gangster film / Jack Shadoian. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
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Pacific Film Archive PN1995.9.G3 S5 2003

Jack Clayton

Room at the Top

Aldgate, Tony.
"Room at the Top" In: The cinema of Britain and Ireland / edited by Brian McFarlane. London : Wallflower, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005

Balio, Tino
"Angry Young Men: British New Cinema: Romulus' Entry." In: The foreign film renaissance on American screens, 1946-1973 / Tino Balio. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c2010.
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Butler, Margaret.
Film and community in Britain and France : from La règle du jeu to Room at the top / Margaret Butler. pp: 4+ London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : In the United States and Canada distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
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Cardullo, Bert.
"Pride of the Working Class: Room at the Top Reconsidered." North Dakota Quarterly, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 177-185, 1988 Winter

Marwick, Arthur.
"Room at the Top: The Novel and the Film." In: The Arts, literature, and society / edited by Arthur Marwick. London ; New York : Routledge in Association with the Social History Society of the United Kingdom, 1990.
Main (Gardner) Stacks NX180.S6 A78 1990

Marwick, Arthur.
""Room At The Top," "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning," and the "Cultural Revolution" In Britain." Journal of Contemporary History, Jan1984, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p127-152, 26p
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Palmer, R. Barton
"What Was New in the British New Wave? Re-Viewing Room at the Top" Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 124-135, 1986 Fall
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Richards, Jeffrey.
"The Swinging Sixties and After." In: Films and British national identity : from Dickens to Dad's army / Jeffrey Richards. Manchester, UK ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : St. Martin's Press [distributor], 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N352 R53 1997

Sinyard, Neil.
"Sex, Realism and Yorkshire Pudding: Some Reflections on the Critical Response in England to Room at the Top." Literature Film Quarterly, 2002, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p86, 6p
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Spicer, Andrew.
"Rebel Males." In: Typical men : the representation of masculinity in popular British cinema / Andrew Spicer. London ; New York : I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2001.
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Main (Gardner) Stacks; PFA HQ1090.7.G7 S65 2001

Alberto Cavalcanti

British Documentary Movement bibliography

Aitken, Ian.
Alberto Cavalcanti: realism, surrealism and national cinemas Trowbridge, Wiltshire: Flicks Books, 2000.
MAIN: PN1998.3.C39 A38 2000

"Alberto Cavalcanti." BFI Screen Online

Cavalcanti, Alberto.
"Essays on Film." In: The Documentary Film Movement: An Anthology / edited and introduced by Ian Aitken. pp: 179-215. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c1998.
Main Stack PN1995.9.D6.D56 1998

Corner, John.
"Coalface and Housing Problems" In: The art of record: a critical introduction to documentary Manchester ; New York: Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA: Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1996.
MAIN: PN1995.9.D6 C57 1996

Hillier, Jim; others
"Alberto Cavalcanti." Screen Vol XIII nr 2 (Summer 1972); p 36-47,51-53
A.C.'s involvement with the British Documentary Movement of the 1930's, association with Grierson and comments about 'the nature of realism' in the cinema.

Klaue, Wolfgang.
Alberto Cavalcanti Berlin, Staatliches Filmarchiv der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik, 1962.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 C475 1962; Storage Info: B 3 569 827

MacKenzie, S. P.
"Nazis into Germans: Went the Day Well? (1942) and The Eagle Has Landed (1976)." Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 83-92, Summer 2003.
Analyzes how two British films - "Went the day well?" and "The eagle has landed" -- portray changing British attitudes towards Germans.

Rodrigues, Antonio; Marchand, Alain
"Alberto Cavalcanti. An 'extraordinary man'."Griffithiana Vol XVI nr 60-61 (Oct 1997); p 190-199
An appraisal of the silent work of the Brazilian-born director. Text in English and Italian.

Sussex, Elizabeth
"Cavalcanti in England." Sight & Sound Vol XLIV nr 4 (Autumn 1975); p 201-211
Examination of Cavalcanti's contribution to the GPO film Unit and Ealing Films, and consequently to British cinema.

Terence Davies

Christensen, Claus; Vigsø, Orla (translator)
"A Vast Edifice of Memories: The Cyclical Cinema of Terence Davies." p.o.v: A Danish Journal of Film Studies (6:) pp. 125-139, 1998 Dec

Danks, Adrian.
"The Art of Memory: Terence Davies' Distant Voices, Still Lives." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema 16 (2001 Sept-Oct): (no pagination).

Dixon, Wheeler W.
"The long day closes : an interview with Terence Davies." Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 19. 2/3 (1992): 20.
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Dixon, Wheeler W.
"The long day closes : an interview with Terence Davies." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992 : essays and interviews / edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Albany : State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 R4 1994

Dixon, Wheeler W.
"Terence Davies." In: Collected interviews : voices from twentieth-century cinema / edited and with interviews by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, c2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1994 .D539 2001

Ellis, Jim.
"Terence Davies and the Unheimlich Home Movie" In: British queer cinema
Edited by Robin Griffiths. London ; New York: Routledge, 2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 B75 2006

Everett, Wendy.
"Remembering the Future: Terence Davies and the Paradoxes of Time." Film Studies; Winter2006, Vol. 9 Issue 0, p29-39, 39p
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Falsetto, Mario.
"Terence Davies." In: Personal visions : conversations with contemporary film directors / by Mario Falsetto. Los Angeles : Silman-James Press, 2000.
Pacific Film Archive PN1998.2 .F35 2000

Farley, Paul
Distant voices, still lives / Paul Farley. London : British Film Institute, 2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.D48 F37 2006

Freer, Ian.
"Terence Davies." Empire (Dec 2011): 94-97.
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Terence Davies is a ball of contradictions. He is one of cinema's greatest directors of misery, but in person he is very funny. His films eschew easy conventions to create poetic meditations on unendurable pain, Catholic guilt, thwarted passions, crushed dreams and other serious stuff. Davies making of "The Deep Blue Sea," an adaptation of Terence Rattigan's 1952 play, is described. His life and career are profiled.

Hunt, Martin.
"The poetry of the ordinary: Terence Davies and the social art film." Screen; Spring99, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p1-16, 16p
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Niel, Phillipe.
"Un film mélopée (Distant Voices, Still Lives)." Positif - Revue mensuelle de cinéma (Jan 1989): 48-49.
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Pinkerton, Nick.
"The Power of Restraint in the Films of Terence Davies." The Village Voice (Mar 14, 2012): np.
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British director Terence Davies is featured with a focus on his film "Deep Blue Sea," based on a play by Terence Rattigan.

Ruchti, Isabelle.
"The Long Day Closes" Positif - Revue mensuelle de cinéma (Jul 1992): 97-98.
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Spring, Katherine.
"Distant Voices, Still Lives" Film International, 2009, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p70-72, 3p
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Thomson, David.
"Sound and the Fury: Terence Davies." Sight and Sound 17. 4 (Apr 2007): 36, 38-39.
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Thomson comments on Terence Davies' 1992 film "The Long Day Closes." He touches on the violence in the movie, its semi-autobiographical status, its themes, a number of scenes, and its use of other films, including "The Magnificent Ambersons" and "Meet Me in St. Louis."

Valens, Grégory.
"Entretien avec Terence Davies : Pas de quoi être nostalgique." Positif - Revue mensuelle de cinéma (Feb 2009): 25-30.
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White, Armond
"Remembrance of songs past." Film Comment 29. 3 (May 1993): 12.
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Terence Davies' "The Long Day Closes" and "Distant Voices" are rich in sentiment. "The Long Day Closes," which is a biography of Davies' life through the songs and movies he grew up with, is discussed.

Williams, Tony.
"The Masochistic Fix: Gender Oppression in the films of Terence Davies." In: British cinema and Thatcherism : fires were started / edited by Lester Friedman. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 F57 2006

Terence Davies: House of Mirth

Cahir, Linda Costanzo.
"The house of mirth: an interview with director Terence Davies and producer Olivia Stewart." Literature/Film Quarterly, 2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p166-171, 6p
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Ellis, Jim.
"Temporality and queer consciousness in The House of Mirth." Screen, Summer2006, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p163-178, 16p
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Fuller, Graham.
"Summer's End." Film Comment v 37. 1 (Jan 2001): 54-59.
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Greer, Darroch.
"Fade to Black: Terence Davies, Director." Millimeter - The Magazine of Motion Picture and Television Production 29. 2 (Feb 2001): 104.
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Director Terence Davies adapted his film, "The House of Mirth," from Edith Wharton's tragic masterpiece. His attention to intimate emotions infuses the film and gives the mannered rituals of turn-of-the-century American aristocracy the shattering dimensions of Greek tragedy. Despite these classical overtones, Davies says that, for himself, the key to the piece was approaching it as a modern thriller.

Jackson, Kevin.
""The House of Mirth" Sight and Sound 10. 11 (Nov 2000): 53-54.
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Jones, Kent
"The Magnificent Anderson: The House of Mirth." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema (14:) pp. (no pagination), 2001 June

Morrison, James.
"The house of mirth." Film Quarterly, Fall 2001, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p49-51, 3p
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Nochimson, Martha P.
"The House of Mirth" Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 26. 2 (Mar 2001): 41-43.
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Porton, Richard
"The Discreet Charm of the Leisure Class: Terence Davies's The House of Mirth" In: Literature and film : a guide to the theory and practice of film adaptation / edited by Robert Stam, Alessandra Raengo. Malden, MA : Blackwell, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.85 .L515 2005

Romney, Jonathan.
"The House of Mirth" Film Comment 36. 3 (2000 May-June): 14-15.
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Rohrbach, Augusta.
"Sexing the Lily: Shadows and Darkness in Terence Davies' The House of Mirth." Edith Wharton Review 20. 1 (2004 Spring): 19-25.

Tibbetts, John C.
"House of Mirth: Rooms with a View." Literature Film Quarterly, 2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p199-202, 4p
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Villasur, Belen Vidal.
"Classic adaptations, modern reinventions: reading the image in the contemporary literary film." Screen; 2002, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p5-18, 14p
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Stephen Frears

Allison, Deborah.
"Stephen Frears Master of hi-lo culture." Film International, 2007, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p35-51, 17p
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Barber, Susan Torrey
"Insurmountable difficulties and moments of ecstasy: crossing class, ethnic, and sexual barriers in the films of Stephen Frears." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

Cacqueray, Elizabeth de.
"Constructions of Women in British Cinema: From Losey/Pinter's Modernism, to the Postmodernism of Frears/Kureishi." Caliban. 32:109-20. 1995. Toulouse, France

Friedman, Lester. Stewart, Scott.
"Keeping His Own Voice: An Interview with Stephen Frears." Post Script, Summer92, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p3-18, 17p

Friedman, Lester. Stewart, Scott.
"Keeping His Own Voice: An Interview with Stephen Frears." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews
Edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. pp: 221-40. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Friedman, Lester (ed.). Stewart, Scott (ed.).
"Keeping His Own Voice: An Interview with Stephen Frears." Post Script: Essays in Film & the Humanities. 11(3):3-18. 1992 Summer

Friedman, Lester; Stewart, Scott.
"Keeping His Own Voice: An Interview with Stephen Frears." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews / edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Hacker, Jonathan.
"Stephen Frears." In: Take ten: contemporary British film directors / Jonathan Hacker and David Price. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1998.2.H33 1991

James, Nick.
"Subterranean Homesick Blues." Sight & Sound. 12(11):23. 2002 Nov

Kennedy, Harlen
"Gritty Brit; Stephen Frears is England's class act." (interview) Film Comment March-April 1987 v23 p15(3)

O'Brien, Tom.
"Seduction with Vengeance: Frears's 'Dangerous Liaisons'." Commonweal. Mar 10, 1989. Vol. 116, Iss. 5; p. 147 (1 page)

Lucia, C.
"The Complexities of Cultural Change: An Interview with Stephen Frears." Cineaste v. 28 no. 4 (Fall 2003) p. 8-
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Meek, Allen.
"A Century of Exiles: National Cinemas and Transnational Mediascapes." In: Rueschmann, Eva. Moving pictures, migrating identities Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, c2003.
Main Stack PN1995.9.E44.R84 2003
Compar Ethn PN1995.9.E44.R84 2003 Housed at Ethnic Studies Library.

Mohanram, Radhika
"Postcolonial Spaces and Deterritorialized (Homo) Sexuality: The Films of Hanif Kureishi." In: Postcolonial discourse and changing cultural contexts : theory and criticism / edited by Gita Rajan Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1995.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.C63 P67 1995

Quart, Leonard.
"The Politics of Irony: The Frears-Kureishi." Film Criticism, Fall91/Winter92, Vol. 16 Issue 1/2, p33-41, 9p
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Quart, Leonard.
"The Politics of Irony: The Frears-Kureishi." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews
Edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. pp: 241-48. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Walsh, Michael
"Reality, the real, and the Margaret-Thatcher-signifier in two British films of the 1980s." American Imago Summer 1995 v52 n2 p169(21)
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"Richard Eyre and Ian McEwan's 'The Ploughman's Lunch,' and 'Sammy and Rosie Get Laid,' by Stephen Frears and Hanif Kureishi, highlight the degree of psychological representation and signification in modern UK film. Jacques Lacan film criticism technique is employed to analyze the un-subtle presence of Margaret Thatcher in the psychological workings of the films." [Expanded Academic Index]

Weinraub, Bernard
"An Englishman rides into town. (interview with actor Stephen Frears) The New York Times Dec 25, 1998 pE19(L) col 1 (14 col in)

Wood, Jason.
"Stephen Frears." In: Talking movies : contemporary world filmmakers in interview / Jason Wood. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2006.
Moffitt PN1995.9.P7.W66 2006

Dangerous Liaisons

O'Brien, Tom.
"Seduction with Vengeance: Frears's 'Dangerous Liaisons'." Commonweal. Mar 10, 1989. Vol. 116, Iss. 5; p. 147 (1 page)

Dirty Pretty Things

Amine, Laila
"A House with Two Doors? Creole Nationalism and Nomadism in Multicultural London." Culture, Theory & Critique; Apr2007, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p71-85, 15p
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Andrews, Beverly
"Films Dirty Pretty Things: Beverly Andrews on a new film depicting life in the African community in the UK." (Brief Article) New African April 2003 p61(1) (705 words)
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Chakravorty, Mrinalini; Neti, Leila.
"The Human Recycled: Insecurity in the Transnational Moment." Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, Summer2009, Vol. 20 Issue 2/3, p194-223, 30p
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Churilla, Emily
"'Time in a Bottle': Temporal Discontinuities in Narratives of Diaspora." Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. [no pagination], 2007

Coates, Paul.
"Ideologies of the Sacred and the Profane: 'Europe' and 'The Country and the City' in Polish Cinema Since 1989." Central Europe, May2007, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p65-70, 6p;
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The article reviews several films including "Lichter," directed by Hans-Christian Schmid, "Dirty Pretty Things," directed by Stephen Frears and "Last Resort," directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.

Davis, Emily S.
"The Intimacies of Globalization: Bodies and Borders On-Screen." Camera Obscura, May2006, Vol. 21 Issue 62, p32-73, 42p
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Dawson, Ashley
"The People You Don't See: Representing Informal Labour in Fortress Europe." Ariel; Jan2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p125-141, 17p
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Denby, David.
"Heartbreak Hotels." (Lost in Translation)(Dirty Pretty Things)(Movie Review) The New Yorker Sept 15, 2003 v79 i26 p100 (1442 words)
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Gibson, Sarah.
"Border Politics and Hospitable Spaces in Stephen Frears’s Dirty Pretty Things." Third Text, Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p693-701, 9p
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Klawans, Stuart
"The age of innocence." (Seabiscuit)(Dirty Pretty Things)(The Magdalene Sisters)(Movie Review) The Nation August 18, 2003 v277 i5 p51 (1791 words)

Lai, Larissa
"Neither hand, nor foot, nor kidney: biopower, body parts and human flows in Stephen Frears' Dirty Pretty Things." CineAction 80 (Spring 2010) p68
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Lucia, Cynthia
"The Complexities of Cultural Change: An Interview with Stephen Frears." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 8-15, 2003 Fall
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Miller, Keith.
"Illegally tender." (Dirty Pretty Things)(Movie Review) TLS. Times Literary Supplement Dec 20, 2002 i5203 p18(1)

O'Connell, Sean P.; Odamtten, Vincent
"Licit Desires, Alien Bodies and the Economics of Invisibility in Amma Darko's Beyond the Horizon and Stephen Frears' Dirty Pretty Things." In: Broadening the horizon : critical introductions to Amma Darko / edited by Vincent O. Odamtten. Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK : Ayebia Clarke Ltd. ; Boulder, CO : Distributed outside Africa, Europe, U.K. by Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR9379.9.D25 Z55 2007

Prime, Rebecca
"Stranger Than Fiction: Genre and Hybridity in the "Refugee Film." Post Script - Essays in Film and the Humanities 25:2 (Winter 2005-Spring 2006) p. 56-66
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Roddick, Nick.
"Dirty Pretty Things." (Movie Review) Sight and Sound Dec 2002 v12 i12 p45(1)

Roos, Henriette.
""Not Properly Human": Literary and Cinematic Narratives about Human Harvesting." Journal of Literary Studies, 2008, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p40-53, 14p
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Rosello, Mireille
"'Wanted': Organs, Passports and the Integrity of the Transient's Body." Paragraph; Mar2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p15-31, 17p
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Shumyatskaya, Olga
"Social value of Dirty Pretty Things." (Movie Review) Moscow News July 30, 2003 v4084 i29 p11-11
Dirty Pretty Things is a movie about the lower depths, about people one never notice, those who lead a miserable life and do the damnedest to survive. The role played by Audrey Tanton and her partner, theatre actor Chjwetel Ejiofor in the movie is described.

Shapiro, Michael J.
"The Sublime Today: Re-partitioning the Global Sensible." Millennium , 2006, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p657-681, 25p
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Inspired by Immanuel Kant's analytic of the sublime and Jacques Rancière's Kant-influenced politics of aesthetics, this article focuses on a reading of the film Dirty Pretty Things, directed by Stephen Frears. In parallel with this reading, the article analyses the way politics can be construed, not on the basis of Kant's politics but in terms of how it can be thought as a result of the insights in his Critique of Judgment. The article concludes with the suggestion that two registers of a reoriented politics, both of which are exemplified in Dirty Pretty Things, may be derived from the subject-in-disarray that emerges from the Kantian sublime encounter. The first register bears on the partitions within the subject and the second on the wider issue of the global partitioning of political subjects. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Sinclair, Iain.
"Heartsnatch hotel." ("Dirty Pretty Things" film) Sight and Sound Dec 2002 v12 i12 p32(3)
"Dirty Pretty Things" is a film by Stephen Frears that focuses on the immingrant underclass in London. Stories of lower-class immigrants, including a Nigerian, are intertwined.

Whittaker, Tom.
"Between the dirty and the pretty." International Journal of Cultural Studies, 03/01/2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p121-132, 12p
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Wills, Jenny.
"I's Wide Shut: Examining the Depiction of Female Refugees' Eyes and Hands in Stephen Frears's Dirty Pretty Things." Refuge, Fall2007, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p115-124, 10p

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The Grifters

Ansen, David.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Newsweek v117, n5 (Feb 4, 1991):71 (1 page).

Baumann, Paul.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Commonweal v118, n8 (April 19, 1991):259 (2 pages).

Blake, Richard A.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) America v164, n10 (March 16, 1991):292 (1 page).

Bowman, James.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) American Spectator v24, n4 (April, 1991):33 (2 pages).

Canby, Vincent.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) New York Times v140 (Wed, Dec 5, 1990):B1(N), C19(L), col 2, 24 col in.

Corliss, Richard.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Time v137, n6 (Feb 11, 1991):79 (2 pages).

Denby, David.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) New York v23, n48 (Dec 10, 1990):84 (2 pages).

Johnson, Brian D.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Maclean's v104, n9 (March 4, 1991):56 (2 pages).

Johnson, William.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Film Quarterly v45, n1 (Fall, 1991):33 (5 pages).

Kael, Pauline.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) New Yorker v66, n40 (Nov 19, 1990):127 (3 pages).

Klawans, Stuart.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Nation v252, n1 (Jan 7, 1991):23 (1 page).

McDonagh, Maitland.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Film Comment v26, n6 (Nov-Dec, 1990):30 (1 page).

Orr, Deborah.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society v3, n136 (Feb 1, 1991):29 (2 pages).

Rainer, Peter.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) American Film v16, n6 (June, 1991):58 (1 page).

Sharkey, Betsy.
"Anjelica Huston seeks the soul of a con artist." (film 'The Grifters') New York Times v140, sec2 (Sun, Dec 2, 1990):H1(N), H1(L), col 1, 48 col in.

Story, Richard David.
"Fatale attraction." (Annette Bening, actress in "The Grifters") New York v24, n2 (Jan 14, 1991):36 (4 pages).

Travers, Peter.
"The Grifters." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n592 (Nov 29, 1990):117 (2 pages).

Hi Fidelity

Cooper, Rand Richards.
"Committed." Commonweal. May 19, 2000. Vol. 127, Iss. 10; pg. 21, 2 pgs
UC users only

Doherty, Thomas.
"High Fidelity." Cineaste, 2000, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p50, 3p
UC users only

Mary Reilly

Alleva, Richard.
"Fatal attractions." Commonweal. Apr 5, 1996. Vol. 123, Iss. 7; pg. 22, 2 pgs
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My Beautiful Laundrette

Aldama, Frederick Luis
"The pound and the fury: a postcolonial conversation with Hanif Kureishi." (Pakistani writer; includes excerpt from his book "Intimacy")(Excerpt)(Interview)Poets & Writers Magazine, Sept-Oct 2001 v29 i5 p34(6)
"Author Hanif Kureish discusses his life and career. Topics include his Pakistani heritage; his upbringing in London, England; his work as a fiction writer on such books as "The Buddha of Suburbia" and "Love in a Blue Time" and as a screenwriter on such films as "My Beautiful Laundrette" and "Sammy and Rosie Get Laid"; his education; and his treatment of fragmented relationships in his book "Intimacy."[Expanded Academic Index]

Curry, Renee R. Allison, Terry L.
"'All Anger and Understanding': Kureishi, Culture, and Contemporary Constructions of Rage." In: States of rage: emotional eruption, violence, and social change / edited by Renee R. Curry and Terry L. Allison. pp: 146-66. New York: New York University Press, c1996.
Main Stack HN90.V5.S83 1996

Gairola, Rahul K.
"Capitalist houses, queer homes: National belonging and transgressive erotics in My Beautiful Laundrette." South Asian Popular Culture, Apr2009, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p37-54, 18p
UC users only

Harmetz, Aljean.
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) New York Times v135 (Fri, March 7, 1986):16(N), C8(L), col 4, 24 col in.

Kael, Pauline
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) The New Yorker March 10, 1986 v62 p117(3)

Kauffmann, Stanley
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) The New Republic April 7, 1986 v194 p24(2)

Kopkind, Andrew
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) The Nation April 19, 1986 v242 p560(1)

Kroll, Jack
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) Newsweek Feb 24, 1986 v107 p82(1) Jack Kroll.

MacCabe, Colin
"Hanif Kureishi on London." (Interview) Critical Quarterly, Autumn 1999 v41 i3 p37
"Author Hanif Kureishi discussed the city of London, with a focus on London as a post-colonial city. Topics include Kureishi's films 'My Beautiful Laundrette,' 'The Buddha of Suburbia,' 'Sammy and Rosie,' 'London Kills Me,' his novels 'The Buddha of Suburbia' and 'The Black Album, ' pop music, bisexuality,and Asians in Britain." [Expanded Academic Index]

McGuirk, Bernard.
"The Autumn of the Matriarch: British Cinema and Fading Thatcherism in My Beautiful Laundrette,Priest, and The Full Monty." Graat: Publication des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Americaines de L'Universite FrancoisRabelais De. 22:143-52. 2000

Mitchell, Elvis
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone May 8, 1986 p32(1)

"My Beautiful Laundrette." (Script extract)
Sight & Sound VI/5, May 96; p.10-11[suppl.].Facsimile of two pages from the working script for "My Beautiful Laundrette" by Hanif Kureishi; plus the opening page of the unpublished novel it was adapted from.

Pally, M.
"Kureishi Like a Fox." (Article+Interview).
Film Comment XXII/5, Sept-Oct 86; p.50-53,55. illus. Describes the life and career of UK scriptwriter Hanif Kureishi and the ideas behind "My beautiful laundrette"; an interview follows.

Pascual, Monica Calvo.
"My Beautiful Laundrette: Hybrid 'Identity', or the Paradox of Conflicting Identifications in 'Third Space' Asian-British Cinema of the 1980s." Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies. 26: 59-70. 2002.

Quart, Leonard.
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (Review). Cineaste XV/1, 86; p.38-39.

Quart, Leonard.
"The Politics of Irony: The Frears-Kureishi Films." (Article). Film Criticism XVI/1-2, Fall-Winter 91-92; p.33-41. UC users only
Examines social and political themes in the Stephen Frears/Hanif Kureishi films "My beautiful laundrette" and "Sammy and Rosie get laid".

Quart, Leonard
"The Politics of Irony: The Frears-Kureishi Films." In: Re-Viewing British Cinema, 1900-1992 / edited byWheeler Winston Dixon. pp: 241-48. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
UCB Main PN1993.5.G7 R4 1994

Rafferty, Terrence
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) The Nation Dec 27, 1986 v243 p748(1)
UC users only

Robinson, David
"Only Sentiment."(Review). Sight & Sound V/1, Winter 85-86; p.67.

Salamon, Julie.
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (movie reviews) Wall Street Journal (Thu, March 6, 1986):18(W), 18(E), col 1, 11 col in.

Sari, Laszlo.
"The Intersection of Race, Class, and Sexuality in Stephen Frears's My Beautiful Laundrette; or, Whose Dirty Laundry Is It?" In: Gender in film and the media: East-West dialogues / Elzbieta H.Oleksy, Elzbieta Ostrowska, Michael Stevenson (eds.) pp: 104-08. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Peter Lang, 2000. dd>--Main Stack PN1995.9.S47.G46 2000

Sawyer, C.
"My Beautiful Laundrette." (Review).Films in Review XXXVII/6-7, June-July 86; p.362.

Schuren, Rainer.
"Teaching Different Cultures through Film: Educating Rita and My Beautiful Laundrette." Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 5 (2): 195-214. 1998.

Swamy, Vinay.
"Politicizing the Sexual, Sexualizing the Political: The Crossing of Political and Sexual Orientations in Stephen Frears' and Hanif Kureishi's My Beautiful Laundrette (1986)." Comparative Literature Studies, 2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p142, 17p
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Yousaf, Nahem
"Hanif Kureishi and 'the brown man's burden.'" (Diverse Communities) Critical Survey, Jan 1996 v8 n1 p14(12)
"British Indian Hanif Kureishi consciously tries to convey the complexities of identity and representation encountered by Indians and other asians in Britain in his novels of community life. His works, including 'My Beautiful Laundrette,' address the place in community of a person born and raised in the UK, but forever Indian in the eyes of the world. Kureishi's works are notable for their recognition of the many facets of British Asian identity, and are therefore more complete character and nation studies than more stereotypical portrayals of UK community life." [Expanded Academic Index]

The Queen

Alleva, Richard
"British Invasion." Commonweal; 12/15/2006, Vol. 133 Issue 22, p15-16, 2p
UC users only

Ayres, Melanie M.; Ayres, Michelle M.
"The Queen." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 2007, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p75-77, 3p

Bastin, Giselle
"Filming the Ineffable: Biopics of the British Royal Family." a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, Volume 24, Number 1, Summer 2009, pp. 34-52
UC users only

Flitterman-Lewis, Sandy.
"The Queen." Cineaste, Spring2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p50-52, 3p
UC users only

Fuller, Graham
"Royal Pains." Film Comment; Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p15-15, 1p
UC users only

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Enthroned." New Republic, 10/23/2006, Vol. 235 Issue 17, p24-25, 2p
UC users only

Kemp, Philip.
"Royal Blues." Sight & Sound, October 2006, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p28-30, 3p
UC users only

Lahr, John.
"Command Performance." New Yorker, 10/2/2006, Vol. 82 Issue 31, p58-65, 8p
UC users only

Lane, Anthony.
"The Queen." New Yorker, 2/19/2007, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p46-46

Law, Shirley.
"The Queen, The People's Princess and the Crowd: Collective Memory and History in The Queen." Screen Education, Autumn2009, Issue 53, p123-129, 7p
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McDonald, Neil
"Three Queens." Quadrant Magazine; Mar2007, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p77-81, 5p
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Sammy and Rosie Get Laid

Ball, John Clement.
"The Semi-Detached Metropolis: Hanif Kureishi's London." ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature. 27 (4): 7-27. 1996 Oct.

Cacqueray, Elizabeth de.
"Constructions of Women in British Cinema: From Losey/Pinter's Modernism, to the Postmodernism of Frears/Kureishi." Caliban. 32: 109-20. 1995. Toulouse, France.

Chatterjee, Ranita.
"An Explosion of Difference: The Margins of Perception in Sammy and Rosie Get Laid." In: Between the lines: South Asians and postcoloniality / edited by Deepika Bahri and Mary Vasudeva. pp: 167-84 Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996. Asian American history and culture.
Main Stack E184.S69.B48 1996
Moffitt E184.S69.B48 1996
Asian Amer E184.A3.B48

Chaudhuri, Una.
"The Poetics of Exile and the Politics of Home." In: Literary India: comparative studies in aesthetics, colonialism, and culture / edited by Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit. pp: 141-49 Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995. SUNY series in Hindu studies.
Full-text available (UCB users only)
Main Stack PK5408.L57 1995

Curry, Renee R. Allison, Terry L.
"'All Anger and Understanding': Kureishi, Culture, and Contemporary Constructions of Rage." In: States of rage: emotional eruption, violence, and social change / edited by Renee R. Curry and Terry L. Allison. pp: 146-66. New York: New York University Press, c1996.
Main Stack HN90.V5.S83 1996

Ghosh, Bishnupriya. Sarkar, Bhaskar.
"The Cinema of Displacement: Towards a Politically Motivated Poetics." Film Criticism. 20 (1-2): 102-13. 1995 Fall-1996 Winter.

Sharma, Shailja.
"Race and the National Question in '80s Britain." Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature. 41: 123-31. 1993.

Simard, Jean-Pierre.
"Esthetique du reel savamment populaire: Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, un film de Stephen Frears." In: Du cote du populaire / etudes rassemblees par Antoine Court ; presentees par Pierre Charreton. Saint-Etienne: Centre interdisciplinaire d'etudes et de recherches sur l'expression contemporaine, c1994. Travaux (Universite Jean Monnet-Saint-Etienne. Centre interdisciplinaire d'etudes et de recherches sur l'expression contemporaine) ; 83.
Main Stack PN56.P55.D8 1994

Suter, Anthony.
"Wastelands Redeveloped: Sammy & Rosie Get Laid as Post-Modernist Film." Caliban. 32: 103-08. 1995. Toulouse, France.

Walsh, Michael.
"Reality, the Real, and the Margaret-Thatcher-Signifier in Two British Films of the 1980s." American Imago: Studies in Psychoanalysis and Culture. 52 (2): 169-89. 1995 Summer.

Walsh, Michael
"Reality, the real, and the Margaret-Thatcher-signifier in two British films of the 1980s." American Imago Summer 1995 v52 n2 p169(21)
UC users only
"Richard Eyre and Ian McEwan's 'The Ploughman's Lunch,' and 'Sammy and Rosie Get Laid,' by Stephen Frears and Hanif Kureishi, highlight the degree of psychological representation and signification in modern UK film. Jacques Lacan film criticism technique is employed to analyze the un-subtle presence of Margaret Thatcher in the psychological workings of the films." [Expanded Academic Index]

Terry Gilliam

Gilliam, Terry.
Gilliam on Gilliam London; New York: Faber and Faber, c1999.
MAIN: PN1998.3.G55 G55 1999

McCabe, Bob.
Dark knights and holy fools / [Bob McCabe]. New York: Universe Publishing, 1999.
Main Stack PN1998.3.G355.M23 1999

Yule, Andrew.
Losing the light: Terry Gilliam and the Munchausen saga New York, NY: Applause Books, c1991.
MAIN: PN1997.A31143 Y8 1991
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[The Adventures of] Baron Muenchhausen

Buss, Robin.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (movie reviews)Times Educational Supplement, n3796 (March 31, 1989):24.

Canby, Vincent.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (Living Arts Pages) (movie reviews) New York Times v138 (Fri, March 10, 1989):B6(N), C8(L), col 3, 15 col in.

Denby, David.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (movie reviews) New York v22, n12 (March 20, 1989):73.

Kael, Pauline.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (movie reviews) New Yorker v65, n7 (April 3, 1989):103 (3 pages).

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (movie reviews) New Republic v200, n12 (March 20, 1989):32 (2 pages).

Klawans, Stuart.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (movie reviews) Nation v248, n12 (March 27, 1989):427 (2 pages).

Mathews, Jack.
"Earth to Gilliam." (director Terry Gilliam) American Film v14, n5 (March, 1989):34 (8 pages).

Morgan, David.
"The Mad Adventures of Terry Gilliam." Sight and Sound v57, n4 (Autumn, 1988):238 (5 pages).

Rainer, Peter.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (video recording reviews) American Film v15, n2 (Nov, 1989):70.

Sterritt, David.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." (movie reviews) Christian Science Monitor v81, n74 (Tue, March 14, 1989):10, col 4, 15 col in.

Brazil

Berg, Chris
"Goddamn You All to Hell: The Politics of Dystopian Movies." IPA Review, March 2008

Boyd, Katrina G.
"Pastiche and Postmodernism in Brazil."Cinefocus, vol. 1 no. 1. 1990 Jan. pp: 33-42.

Erickson, John.
"The Ghost in the Machine: Gilliam's Postmodern Response in Brazil to the Orwellian Dystopia of Nineteen Eighty-Four." Utopian Studies, 1993, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p26, 9p
UC users only

Fister, Barbara.
"Mugging for the Camera: Narrative Strategies in Brazil." Literature/ Film Quarterly, vol. 24 no. 3. 1996. pp: 288-92.
UC users only

Geduld, Harry M.
"Alternative History." Humanist; May/Jun86, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p39-40, 2p
UC users only

Gehring, Wes D.
"The Marx of Time." Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor, vol. 11 no. 1. 1989 Spring-Summer. pp: 25-33.

Glass, Fred
"Brazil." Film Quarterly, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Summer, 1986), pp. 22-28
UC users only

Hamel, Keith
"Modernity and Mis-en-scene: Terry Gilliam and Brazil." In: The science fiction film reader / edited by Gregg Rickman. 1st Limelight ed. New York : Limelight Editions, 2004.
Grad Svcs PN1995.9.S26.S344 2004 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services
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Martyr, P.J.
"Bandits, liars & terrible truths." IPA Review; 1996, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p56, 3p
UC users only

Mathews, Jack.
"Earth to Gilliam." (director Terry Gilliam) American Film v14, n5 (March, 1989):34 (8 pages).

Mathews, Jack.
The battle of Brazil / Jack Mathews. 1st ed. New York: Crown Publishers, c1987.
Main Stack PN1997.B72243.M31 1987
Contents via Google books

Mourby, Adrian
"Dystopia: Who Needs It? Adrian Mourby Shows That the Nightmare Scenario Can Be Both Dire Warning and Escapist Fantasy." History Today, Vol. 53, December 2003

Rogers, Richard A.
"1984 to Brazil: From the Pessimism of Reality to the Hope of Dreams."Text and Performance Quarterly, vol. 10 no. 1. 1990 Jan. pp: 34-46.
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Safran, Stephen B.
"Brazil: A Cinematic Incest Fantasy." (1988). Psychoanalytic Review, 75:473-479

Seitz, Michael H.
"The Stuff of Nightmares." Progressive; Apr86, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p39-39

Staiger, Janet.
"Future Noir: Contemporary Representations of Visionary Cities." East-West Film Journal, vol. 3 no. 1. 1988 Dec. pp: 20-44.
Also in: Alien zone II: the spaces of science-fiction cinema / edited by Annette Kuhn. pp: 97-122. London; New York: Verso, 1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S26.A8184 1999

Thompson, Frank.
"Video Classics: Brazil."American Film vol. 15 no. 6 1990 Mar. pp: 70+

Wheeler, Ben.
"Reality is What You Can Get Away With: Fantastic Imaginings, Rebellion and Control in Terry Gilliam's Brazil." Critical Survey, 2005, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p95-108, 14p
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Williams, Linda Ruth.
"Dream Girls and Mechanic Panic: Dystopia and Its Others in Brazil and Nineteen Eighty-Four." In: British science fiction cinema / edited by I.Q. Hunter. pp: 153-68 London; New York: Routledge, 1999. British popular cinema.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S26.B65 1999
Partial contents via Google books

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Grassian, Daniel
"The Half-Baked Cultural Detective: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as Postmodern Noir." Popular Culture Review, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 99-111, Summer 2000.

McCabe, Bob
"Chemical Warfare." Sight and Sound, vol. 8, no. 6, pp. 6-8, June 1998.
"In an interview, the film director Terry Gilliam discusses his adaption of Hunter S. Thompson's book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Gilliam notes that he decided to treat Thompson's book very like Dante's Inferno, with the character of Gonzo as a kind of Virgil. He also maintains that making this film was one of the most uncertain experiences he had for a long time." [Art Index]

Melcher, Ralph.
"Strange nostalgia (bored by movie remake of Fear and loathing in Las Vegas)." C Theory (July 7, 1998): 1-4.

Olsen, M.
"The weird turn pro: Fear, loathing and Gonzo cinema." Film Comment v. 34 no. 4 (July/August 1998) p. 76-8
"Terry Gilliam's adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas adeptly crosses the divide between debauched weirdness and grim reality. Gilliam, a master of visual extravagance, is an inspired choice to bring Thompson's overblown view of the world to the screen. If nothing else, his version is likely to endure as the last word on the relationship between Gonzo journalism, in which the writer acts as a catalyst and instigator, and the cinema." [Art Index]

Pizzello, S.
"Gonzo filmmaking." American Cinematographer v. 79 no. 5 (May 1998) p. 30-4+
"The work of cinematographer Nicola Pecorini for Terry Gilliam's new movie Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is discussed. The movie is an adaptation of Hunter Thompson's eponymous book, a spectacularly surreal, apocalyptic tale of a journalist and his attorney on a nonstop chemical bender through Las Vegas. The choice of Gilliam followed a quarter century of aborted attempts to have big-name directors create a filmic version of this comically deranged work; a stellar cast that included Johnny Depp and Harry Dean Stanton was also brought in. Gilliam's manic interpretation of the story was entrusted to Pecorini, who shot the film in widescreen Super 35 mainly with an Arriflex 535 equipped with Zeiss Standard Speed prime lenses. His stock consisted of Eastman Kodak 250D Vision 5246 for the exteriors and EXR 5293 for the interiors." [Art Index]

Pizzello, S.
"Unholy grail" [interview]. American Cinematographer v. 79 no. 5 (May 1998) p. 42-7
UC users only
"After over 25 years of attempted productions of Hunter S. Thompson's 1971 book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Terry Gilliam has brought the author's baroque vision to life on the big screen. A more perfect marriage of material and director could hardly be imaginable: Gilliam's credits include hilarious cut-out animation sequences to the classic English burlesque series Monty Python's Flying Circus, as well as the direction of such movies as Brazil, The Fisher King, and Twelve Monkeys. In an interview, Gilliam discusses a range of topics regarding his new movie, including his first reaction to Thompson's book, his aim to outrage and provoke viewers with the film, his sources for the movie's visual style, his work with director of photography Nicola Pecorini, and the way in which he handled the film's drug scenes." [Art Index]

Smith, Giles
"War Games."New Yorker, vol. 74, no. 13, pp. 74-79, May 1998.

Williams, Linda Ruth
"Fear and loathing in Las Vegas." Sight & Sound v. ns8 no. 11 (November 1998) p. 48-9
"Set in the excessively vulgar and drug-ridden America of 1971, this film unsettles through its ruthless drive to implicate everyone in the twisted or the sordid, and if you do not find it funny, you may well be appalled. It appears to ask just how we define addiction and where and why we draw our lines of politically correct tolerance. An exercise in excess on multiple levels, it can appear a cinema of overkill, appropriate to its subject matter but hard to watch." [Art Index]

Williams, Tony
"Thatcher's Orwell : the spectacle of excess in Brazil." In: The seeing century : film, vision and identity / edited by Wendy Everett. Amsterdam ; Atlanta : Rodopi, 2000. DD> Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.25 .S44 2000

The Fisher King

Aitkin, Stuart; Lukinbeal, Chris.
"Of Heroes, Fools and Fisher Kings." In: Images of the street : planning, identity, and control in public space / edited by Nicholas R. Fyfe. London ; New York : Routledge, 1998.
Environ Dsgn HT166.I527 1998

Blanch, Robert J.
"The Fisher King in Gotham: New Age Spiritualism Meets the Grail Legend." In: King Arthur on film : new essays on Arthurian cinema / edited by Kevin J. Harty. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A75.K56 1999

Hasenberg, Peter.
"The Religious in Film: From King of Kings to the Fisher King." In: New image of religious film / John R. May, editor. Kansas City, MO : Sheed & Ward, c1997.
Main Stack PN1995.9.R4.N48 1997

Herzog, Michael B.
"Attunement and healing : The fisher king." In: The gift of story : narrating hope in a postmodern world / edited by Emily Griesinger, Mark Eaton. Waco, Tex. : Baylor University Press, c2006.
Main PN771 .G54 2006

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Different Places, Different Troubles -- The Fisher King directed by Terry Gilliam." The New Republic. Oct 21, 1991. Vol. 205, Iss. 17; p. 27 (2 pages)
UC users only

Miller, Barbara.
"The Filmic Quixote of the Fisher King: Sancho as Radio Talk-show Host." In: The Hispanic connection : Spanish and Spanish-American literature in the arts of the world / edited by Zenia Sacks DaSilva. Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2004.
Main Stack PQ6041.H57 2004

Pizzello, S.
"Unholy grail" [interview]. American Cinematographer v. 79 no. 5 (May 1998) p. 42-7
UC users only
"After over 25 years of attempted productions of Hunter S. Thompson's 1971 book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Terry Gilliam has brought the author's baroque vision to life on the big screen. A more perfect marriage of material and director could hardly be imaginable: Gilliam's credits include hilarious cut-out animation sequences to the classic English burlesque series Monty Python's Flying Circus, as well as the direction of such movies as Brazil, The Fisher King, and Twelve Monkeys. In an interview, Gilliam discusses a range of topics regarding his new movie, including his first reaction to Thompson's book, his aim to outrage and provoke viewers with the film, his sources for the movie's visual style, his work with director of photography Nicola Pecorini, and the way in which he handled the film's drug scenes." [Art Index]

Stenberg, Doug.
"Tom's a-cold: Transformation and Redemption in King Lear and The Fisher King." Literature/Film Quarterly. 1994. Vol. 22, Iss. 3; p. 160 (10 pages)
UC users only

Stukator, Angela
"Soft males," "flying boys," and "white knights": New masculinity in the Fisher King." Literature/Film Quarterly. 1997. Vol. 25, Iss. 3; p. 214 (8 pages)
UC users only

12 Monkeys

Ahrens, Jörn.
"How to save the unsaved world?: transforming the self in The matrix, The terminator, and 12 monkeys." In: Media and the Apocalypse / edited by Kylo-Patrick R. Hart & Annette M. Holba. New York : Peter Lang, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks P96.A66 M43 2009

Alaimo, Stacy
"Endangered Humans? Wired Bodies and the Human Wilds in Carnosaur, Carnosaur 2, and 12 Monkeys." Camera Obscura 1997 May, 40-41, 227-43.

Cohen, Alain J. J.
"Monkeys, Vertigo and La Jetée. Postmodern Mythologies and Cult Films." New Review of Film and Television Studies Volume 1, Issue 1, 2003
UC users only

Corliss, Richard.
"12 Monkeys." (movie reviews) Time v147, n2 (Jan 8, 1996):69.

Craig, J. Robert.
"Trapping Simians in the Scottish Highlands: A Viewer Response to the Hitchcock MacGuffin in Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology vol. 19 no. 3-4. 1998 Aug. pp: 244-49.

Devlin, William J.
"Some paradoxes of time travel in The terminator and 12 monkeys." In: The philosophy of science fiction film
Edited by Steven M. Sanders. Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, c2008.
MAIN: PN1995.9.S26 P49 2008

Faunce, B. K.
"Paranoia and Spectatorship in 12 Monkeys." Psychoanalytic Review, 1997, 84:453-459.

Fried, John.
"12 Monkeys." (video recording reviews)Cineaste v22, n3 (Summer, 1996):47 (2 pages).

Gerston, Jill.
"Terry Gilliam: going mainstream (sort of)." (directing new film, '12 Monkeys') New York Times v145, sec2 (Sun, Dec 24, 1995):H9(N), H9(L), col 1, 30 col in.

Hamming, Jeanne
"The Feminine "Nature" of Masculine Desire in the Age of Cinematic Techno-Transcendence." Journal of Popular Film & Television. Winter 2008. Vol. 35, Iss. 4; p. 146 (8 pages)
UC users only

James, Nick
"Time and the machine." (director Terry Gilliam)(Interview) Sight and Sound v6, n4 (April, 1996):14 (3 pages).

Klawans, Stuart.
"12 Monkeys." (movie reviews)Nation v262, n3 (Jan 22, 1996):34.

Lashmet, David.
"The Future is History": 12 Monkeys and the Origin of AIDS. Mosaic Dec 2000 v33 i4 p55
UC users only
Set at the start and end of an epidemic plague, Terry Gilliam's 1996 film conflates schizophernia, hypochondria, carceral confinement, and unregulated experimentation. But these timeless themes have a signular locus: the ultimate truth of a fictional virus. In turn, this locus positions 12 Monkeys in a historical frame within contemporary discourse on the origin aids.

Levy, Emanuel.
"12 Monkeys." (movie reviews)Variety v361, n8 (Jan 1, 1996):81 (2 pages).

Maslin, Janet.
"12 Monkeys."(movie reviews)New York Times v145 (Wed, Dec 27, 1995):B3(N), C11(L), col 1, 20 col in.

Morgan, David.
"Extremities." (film director Terry Gilliam's 'Twelve Monkeys')Sight and Sound v6, n1 (Jan, 1996):18 (4 pages).

Morgenstern, Joe.
"12 Monkeys."(movie reviews) Wall Street Journal (Fri, Jan 12, 1996):A9(W), A9(E), col 1, 10 col in.

Pearson, Harry, Jr.
"12 Monkeys." (video recording reviews)Films in Review v47, n5-6 (May-June, 1996):64 (2 pages).

Rafferty, Terrence.
"12 Monkeys." (movie reviews)New Yorker v71, n45 (Jan 22, 1996):84 (3 pages).

Rascaroli, Laura
"Scopic Drive, Time Travel, and Film Spectatorship in 12 Monkeys and Strange Days." Kinema Spring, 2001

Rascaroli, Laura
"Time Travel and Spectatorship in 12 Monkeys and Strange Days." In: The science fiction film reader / edited by Gregg Rickman. 1st Limelight ed. New York : Limelight Editions, 2004.
Grad Svcs PN1995.9.S26.S344 2004 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services
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Strick, Philip.
"12 Monkeys." (movie reviews)Sight and Sound v6, n4 (April, 1996):56 (2 pages).

Travers, Peter.
"12 Monkeys." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone , n726 (Jan 25, 1996):64 (2 pages).

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Aronstein, Susan.
""In my own idiom" : social critique, campy gender, and queer performance in Monty Python and the Holy Grail." In: Queer movie medievalisms / edited by Kathleen Coyne Kelly, Tison Pugh. Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 Q45 2009

Bishop, Ellen.
"Bakhtin, Carnival and Comedy: The New Grotesque in Monty Python and the Holy Grail."Film Criticism, Fall90, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p49-64, 16p
UC users only

Burt, Richard.
"Getting Schmedieval: Of Manuscript and Film Prologues, Paratexts, and Parodies." Exemplaria, Summer2007, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p217-242, 26p
UC users only

Day, David D.
"Monty Python and the Medieval Other." In: Cinema Arthuriana : essays on Arthurian film / edited by Kevin J. Harty. New York : Garland Pub., 1991. (Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.A75 C5 1991)

Godzich, Wlad.
"The Holy Grail: The End of the Quest." North Dakota Quarterly, vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 74-81, 1983 Winter

Levy, Brian; Coote, Lesley.
"The Subversion of Medievalism in Lancelot du lac and Monty Python and the Holy Grail." In: Postmodern medievalisms / edited by Richard Utz and Jesse G. Swan ; with the assistance of Paul Plisiewicz . Woodbridge, UK ; Rochester, NY : D.S. Brewer, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks CB351 .S78 v.13 (2004)

Meuwese, Martine.
"The Animation of Marginal Decorations in Monty Python and the Holy Grail." Arthuriana, 2004, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p45-58, 14p
UC users only

Monty Python and philosophy : nudge nudge, think think! / edited by Gary L. Hardcastle and George A. Reisch. Chicago, Ill. : Open Court, c2006.
Moffitt PN2599.5.T54 M65 2006

Murrell, Elizabeth
" History revenged: Monty Python translates Chretien de Troyes's Perceval: Or the Story of the Grail (Again)" Journal of Film & Video; Spring98, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p50, 13p
UC users only

Rosello, Mireille.
"Interviews with the Bridge-Keeper: Encounters between Cultures as Phantasmagorized in Monty Python and the Holy Grail." In: Poetics of the Americas : race, founding, and textuality / edited by Bainard Cowan and Jefferson Humphries. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN843 .P64 1997

Peter Greenaway

Acker, K.
"The world according to Peter Greenaway." In: Bodies of work : essays / by Kathy Acker. London ; New York : Serpent's Tail, c1997.
Main Stack PS3551.C44.B64 1997

Biga, Tracy.
"Bulimic Excess and the Films of Peter Greenaway." Spectator: The University of Southern California Journal of Film & Television, Fall1993, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p6-15, 10p

Bottiroli, Giovanni.
"Fitzgerald's nickel: stories of stimulus and simulation, from Greenaway to Fincher." Textual Practice, Spring2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p13-29, 17p

Enns, Anthony.
"The Art and Artiface of Peter Greenaway." Postmodern Culture - Volume 8, Number 2, January 1998
UC users only

"From a View to a Death: an interview with Peter Greenaway and Peter Sainsbury." Monthly Film Bulletin Issue: 49:576/587 (1982) p.November:255
UC users only

Gras, Vernon.
"Dramatizing the failure to jump the culture/nature gap: The films of Peter Greenaway." New Literary History, Winter95, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p123, 21p

Greenaway, Peter.
Peter Greenaway: interviews Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, c2000.
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Gumery, Keith.
"A Real Lack of Costumes: Some Thoughts on the Unclothed Figure in the Films of Peter Greenaway." Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film & Television, Spring2002 Issue 49, p67, 14p
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Hayes, Julie Candler
"Look but Don't Read: Chinese Characters and the Translating Drive from John Wilkins to Peter Greenaway." Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History, vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 353-77, September 1999.

Jeong, Seung-hoon.
"Systems on the verge of becoming birds: Peter Greenaway's early experimental films." New Review of Film & Television Studies, Jun2011, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p170-187, 18p
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Keesey, Douglas.
The films of Peter Greenaway: sex, death and provocation. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c2006.
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0610/2006007855.html

Kokonis, Michael
"'Beautiful Butterflies Trapped Down by Drawing Pins': Or, Peter Greenaway's The Belly of an Architect: A Bagful of Signs and Designs." In: Semiotics around the world: synthesis in diversity: proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Berkeley, 1994 / edited by Irmengard Rauch, Gerald F. Carr. Berlin ; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1997.
Grad Svcs P99.I57 1994
Main Stack P99.I57 1994

Kokonis, Michael
"Peter Greenaway's The Belly of an Architect: A Semiologist's Feast." Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies/Revue de l'Association Internationale de Sémiotique, vol. 115, no. 1-2, pp. 81-100, 1997.

Le grand atelier de Peter Greenaway
Paris: Presses du reel; Strasbourg: Universite des sciences humaines de Strasbourg, 1998.
MAIN: PN1998.3.G73 G73 1998;

Hacker, Jonathan.
"Peter Greenaway." In: Take ten: contemporary British film directors / Jonathan Hacker and David Price. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1998.2.H33 1991

Keesey, Douglas.
The films of Peter Greenaway : sex, death and provocation Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2006.
MAIN: PN1998.3.G73 K44 2006; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0610/2006007855.html

Lawrence, Amy.
The films of Peter Greenaway Cambridge, U.K. ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
MAIN: PN1998.3.G73 L38 1997

Levy, Eric
"IB is for bile, blood and bones: on corporeal bodies in the films of Peter Greenaway." In: Cinema inferno : celluloid explosions from the cultural margins / edited by Robert G. Weiner, John Cline ; foreword by Mikita Brottman. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks New books PN1995.9.H6 C493 2010

Maciel, Maria Esther.
"Peter Greenaway's Encyclopaedism." Theory, Culture & Society, Jul2006, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p49-69, 30p
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Marx, Steven
"Greenaway's Books." Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Literature, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 22 paragraphs, September 2001.

"Of natural history and mythology born...: an interview with Peter Greenaway." Monthly Film Bulletin Issue: 52:612/623 (1985) p.December:364
UC users only

Orr, John.
"The Art of National Identity: Peter Greenaway and Derek Jarman." In: British cinema, past and present
Edited by Justine Ashby and Andrew Higson. London; New York, NY: Routledge, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B695 2000

Pally, Marcia
"Order vs. chaos: The films of Peter Greenaway." Cineaste, 1991, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p3, 4p
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Pally, Marcia
"Peter Greenaway: Cinema as the Total Art Form." In: The Cineaste interviews 2: on the art and politics of the cinema / Gary Crowdus, Dan Georgakas. Chicago: Lake View Press, c2002.
Main Stack PN1998.2.C51 2002
PFA PN1998.2.C51 2002

Perlmutter, Ruth.
"Peter Greenaway: an inter-review." Post Script, 1989, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p56-63, 8p

Peter Greenaway
Paris: Dis/Voir, c1987.
MAIN: PN1998.3.G73 P481 1987

Peter Greenaway's postmodern/poststructuralist cinema
Edited by Paula Willoquet-Maricondi, Mary Alemany-Galway. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2001.
MAIN: PN1998.3.G73 P48 2001
PFA PN1998.3.G72.P47 2001
From British cinema to mega-cinema / Paula Willoquet-Maricondi -- Peter Greenaway and the failure of cinema / John Di Stefano -- Neo-Baroque imaging in Peter Greenaway's cinema / Christina Degli-Esposti Reinert -- Tabula for a catastrophe: Peter Greenaway's The Falls and Foucault's Heterotopia / Bart Testa -- Postmodernism and the French new novel: the influence of Last Year at Marienbad on The Draughtsman's Contract / Mary Alemany-Galway -- Rising from the ruins: interpreting the missing formal device within The Belly of an Architect / Michael Ostwald -- Z is for zebra, zoo, zed, and zygote, or is it possible to live with ambivalence? / Jean Petrolle -- Prospero's Books, postmodernism, and the reenchantment of the world / Paula Willoquet-Maricondi -- The crisis of commentary: tilting at windmills in Peter Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover / Dayana Stetco -- Theater, ritual, and materiality in Peter Greenaway's The Baby of Macon / Lia M. Hotchkiss -- Skin deep: fins-de-si`ecle and new beginnings in The Pillow Book / Bridget Elliot and Anthony Purdy -- Body and text: Eight and a Half Women: A. Laconic Black Comedy / Peter Greenaway -- Two interviews with Peter Greenaway / Paula Willoquet-Maricondi.

Purdy, Anthony George
Peter Greenaway: architecture and allegory West Sussex: Academy Editions, c1997.
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Steinmetz, Leon.
The world of Peter Greenaway / Boston: Journey Editions, 1995.
Moffitt: \f\ N6537.G695 S74 1995

Taylor, Andrew
"Television, Translation, and Vulgarization: Reflection on Phillips' and Greenaway's A TV Dante." In: Dante, cinema, and television / edited by Amilcare A. Iannucci. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, c2004.
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Tucker, Thomas Deane
"Frames of Reference: Peter Greenaway, Derrida and the Restitution of Film-Making." Enculturation, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. [no pagination], Fall 1999.

L'univers de Peter Greenaway ou l'art du negatif : Films-fictions de Draughtsman's Contract à Baby of Macon. These de doctorat, discipline anglais, universite de Lille III-Charles-de-Gaulle, UFR langue, litterature et civilisation des pays anglophones, 1999 / <1999> Rival-Morel, Elisabeth. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses universitaires du Septentrion, 1999.
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Walsh, Michael
"Allegories of Thatcherism: the films of Peter Greenaway." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
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Belly of an Architect

Kokonis, Michael.
"Peter Greenaway's "The Belly of an Architect": a seminologist's feast." Semiotica, 1997, Vol. 115 Issue 1/2, p81-100, 20p

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover

Alleva, Richard
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Commonweal June 1, 1990 v117 n11 p351(2)
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Angel, Maria; Sofia, Zoe
"Cooking up: Intestinal economies and the aesthetics of specular orality." Cultural Studies , Volume 10, Number 3, October 1996 , pp. 464-482(19)
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"This paper aims to make a psychoanalytical contribution to a cultural studies understanding of the logics - and fantasies - of commmodity consumption in the visual culture of late capitalism. Taking up the metaphor of the gut as a discriminating organ and of cooking as a textual production, we examine the relations between oral and ocular consumption, and between aliment and excrement, as expressed in two films from the 1980s which are centred around themes of food and money. Adrian Lynne's 9 1/2 Weeks and Peter Greenaway's The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and her Lover employ quite different aesthetics and display contrasting inflections of what we call `the edible complex'. The first fantasizes wealth as enabling an unstructured excess of consumption that can only end in exhaustion; the second reaffirms the structured distinctions associated with `quality' in a class-divided society where wealth alone does not secure status or legitimacy. From a feminist perspective, the male characters in each text are interesting examples of masculinities not organized around the phallus, but around anal and oral eroticisms and a more primitive oral morality." [Taylor and Francis]

Armstong, Rayond
"All-Consuming Passion's: Peter Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." In: Reel food : essays on food and film / edited by Anne L. Bower. New York : Routledge, 2004.
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Bartolovich, Crystal.
"Consumerism; or, the Cultural Logic of Late Cannibalism." In: Cannibalism and the colonial world / edited by Francis Barker, Peter Hulme, and Margaret Iversen. pp: 204-37. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Cultural margins ; [5]
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Black, Fiona C.
"A Miserable Feast: Dishing Up the Biblical Body in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." Biblical Interpretation, 2006, Vol. 14 Issue 1/2, p110-126, 17p UC users only

Black, Fiona C.
"A Miserable Feast: Dishing Up the Biblical Body in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." In: The Bible in film-- the Bible and film / edited by J. Cheryl Exum. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, c2006.
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Blake, Richard A.
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) America June 16, 1990 v162 n23 p609(2)

Bourget, Jean-Loup; Ciment, Michel; Bohringer, Richard
"Peter Greenaway. L'anatomie de la gastronomie."Positif nr 345 (Nov 1989); p 9-17.
Review of "The cook the thief his wife & her lover", followed by interviews with director Peter Greenaway and actor Richard Bohringer.

Brinkema, Eugenie.
"Rot's Progress: Gastronomy according to Peter Greenaway." Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, Fall2010, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p73-96, 25p
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Brudnoy, David
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Reason July 1990 v22 n3 p49(2)

Corliss, Richard
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews)Time April 9, 1990 v135 n15 p95(1) (643 words)

Cornut-Gentille D'Arcy, Chantal
"Gender implications and political implications in Peter Greenaway's 'The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover'." Literature-Film Quarterly April 1999 v27 i2 p116(9)
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"Peter Greenaway's 'The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover' is a film that contains multiple layers of meaning and can be interpreted as a narrative dealing with love and intrigue, gender politics, or contemporary British politics. References to historical bourgeois cultures attack the moral values and politics of Thatcherism in Britain." [Expanded Academic Index]

D'Arcy, Chantal.
"The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." Literature Film Quarterly, 1999, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p116, 9p
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Denby, David
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) New York May 7, 1990 v23 n18 p66(2)

Edwards, Brian.
"Seductive Disorder: Peter Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." Mattoid. 48:194-99. 1994

Fink, Beatrice.
"Sadean Savouries in Peter Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." Paragraph. 23(1):98-106. 2000 Mar
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French, Sean
"Spit roast." Sight & Sound Vol LVIII nr 4 (Autumn 1989); p 277-278.

Grant, E.
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews)Films in Review Vol XLI nr 10 (Oct 1990); p 488-490.

Gunders, John
"Escape from the kitchen." Metro nr 127-128 (2001); p 129-137.
Discussion of various films which have food and the kitchen as the central theme.

Hagen, Charles .
"Peter Greenaway and the erotics of form." (The Body in Question) (interview) Aperture Fall 1990 n121 p72(3)

Haynes, Holly
"Escape and constraint: Female desire and narrative bondage in aeschylus' oresteia and peter Greenaway's the cook, the thief, his wife and her lover." (Critical Essay) Intertexts Spring 2000 v4 i1 p58(17)

Herman, David.
"On the Semantic Status of Film: Subjectivity, Possible Worlds, Transcendental Semiotics." Semiotica. 99(1-2):5-27. 1994

James, Caryn
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) The New York Times April 6, 1990 v139 pB1(N) pC12(L) col 3

Jenkins, Alan
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Times Literary Supplement Nov 3, 1989 n4518 p1212(1)

Johnston, Ruth D.
"The Staging of the Bourgeois Imaginary in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover (1990)." Cinema Journal. 41(2):19-40. 2002
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"Against a backdrop of theorizations of the bourgeois subject and the grotesque body, abjection, and carnival, this essay analyses the function of the "demarcating imperative" manifested in the spatial and temporal structures of "The cook, the thief, his wife, and her lover" (1990) and relates these to its spectacles of disgust on the one hand and to the critique of consumer society on the other." [FIAF]

Kauffmann, Stanley
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) The New Republic April 23, 1990 v202 n17 p26(1)

Keesey, Douglas.
"Consumed with Revenge: The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover." In: The films of Peter Greenaway : sex, death and provocation. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2006.
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Keller, James R.
"The Allegory of Intemperance: Spenser and Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover." In: Food, film and culture : a genre study Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2006.
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Klawans, Stuart.
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) The Nation May 7, 1990 v250 n18 p644(3) (435 words)

MacNeill, Allan; Burczak, Ted.
"The critique of consumerism in "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover."" Rethinking Marxism, 1991, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p117-124, 8p

Milne, Tom
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound Autumn 1989 v58 n4 p277(1)

Moore, Suzanne
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society Oct 20, 1989 v2 n72 p48(2)

Pagan, Nicholas O.
""The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, & Her Lover": Making Sense of Postmodernism." South Atlantic Review, Vol. 60, No. 1 (Jan., 1995), pp. 43-55
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Pally, M.
"Order vs. chaos: the films of Peter Greenaway / Cinema as the total art form."Cineaste Vol XVIII nr 3 (1991); p 3-11,37,45.
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Analyses P.G.'s films, focusing on "Drowning by numbers", "The cook the thief his wife & her lover" and "The draughtsman's contract"; plus P.G.'s comments on the intention of his work and the conditions to which cinema should aspire.

Peucker, B.
"Filmic tableau vivant: Vermeer, intermediality, and the real." In: Rites of realism : essays on corporeal cinema / edited by Ivone Margulies. Durham : Duke University Press, 2003.
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Probyn, Elspeth
"Beyond Food/Sex." Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 16, No. 2, 215-228 (1999)
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"This article questions whether food is replacing sex as the ground of identity negotiation. Examining several food sites, and following Foucault's suggestive remarks about the Greek dietetic regimen, I argue that food can be seen as a line that intersects with sexuality. Rather than privileging either, an alternative ethics can be glimpsed in the doubling of food and sex."

Quart, Leonard
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Cineaste Vol XVIII nr 1 (1990); p 45-47.
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Rafferty, Terrence
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) The New Yorker May 7, 1990 v66 n12 p88(3)

Rollins, Nita
"Greenaway-Gaultier: old masters, fashion slaves." Cinema Journal Vol XXXV nr 1 (Fall 1995); p 65-80.
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Shows how the costumes designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier for "The cook the thief his wife & her lover" comment on the film's political message.

Siegel, J. F.
"Peter Greenaway's The cook, the thief, his wife, and her lover: a cockney Procne." In: Classical myth & culture in the cinema / edited by Martin M. Winkler. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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Silverthorne, Jeanne
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Artforum International April 1990 v28 n8 p22(3)

Smith, Gavin.
"Food for thought." [interview with P. Greenaway]. Film Comment v. 26 (May/June 1990) p. 54-6+
On the US release of "The cook the thief his wife & her lover", P.G. discusses characteristics of his work and how it compares to Hollywood film; plus brief descriptions of each of his films, incl. early shorts from the 1960's.

Tatjana Pavlov.
"Consuming the Body: Literal and Metaphorical Cannibalism in Peter Greenaway's Films." Genus: Gender in Modern Culture. Amsterdam: 2007. Vol. 9; p. 129 (20 pages)

Thomas, David Wayne.
"Decadence critique: constructing 'history' in Peter Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover." In: Perennial decay : on the aesthetics and politics of decadence / edited by Liz Constable, Dennis Denisoff, and Matthew Potolsky. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1999.
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Travers, Peter
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone April 19, 1990 n576 p38(1)

Trucco, Terry
"The man will eat literally anything." ('Albert,' the principal character in the black comedy about extreme consumption, 'The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover) The New York Times April 1, 1990 v139 s2 pH15(N) pH15(L) col 5 (35 col in)

Van Wert, William F.
"The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover." (movie reviews) Film Quarterly Winter 1990 v44 n2 p42(9)
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The Draughtsman's Contract

Claydon, E. Anna.
"Film Music, Musicology and Semiotics: Analysing The Draughtsman's Contract." Journal of British Cinema & Television, 2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p62-80, 19p
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Alemany-Galway, Mary
"Postmodernism and the French new novel: the influence of Last Year at Marienbad on The Draughtsman's Contract." In: Peter Greenaway's postmodern/poststructuralist cinema Edited by Paula Willoquet-Maricondi, Mary Alemany-Galway. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2001.
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Farnsworth, Rodney
"From a Patriarchate to a Matriarchate--Almost: Three Women and The Draughtsman's Contract." In: Infernal Return : The Recurrence of the Primordial in Films of the Reaction Years, 1977-1983 Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2002.
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Mackenzie, James
"The Draughtsman's Contract." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 12, pp. (no pagination), February 2001.

Rice, Charles.
"The drama of identification: reflexivity, the apparatus and Peter Greenaway's The Draughtsman's Contract." Critical Quarterly, Summer2000, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p92, 16p
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Nightwatching

Bitel, Anton.
"Nightwatchings" Sight & Sound, Apr2010, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p67-67, 1p
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Davies, Jon.
"Darkness Visible" Vertigo , Autumn/Winter2008, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p44-46, 3p
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Enright, Robert.
"Playing with Film: Nightwatching, directed by Peter Greenaway" Border Crossings, May2008, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p28-29, 2p
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Jacobson, H.
"Every Picture Tells a Story" [Interview with P. Greenaway]. Film Comment v. 45 no. 1 (January/February 2009) p. 20-1
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Rapold, Nicolas.
"Nightwatchings" Film Comment, Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p77-77, 1/5p
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Sterritt, David
"Rembrandt's J'Accuse" Cineaste v. 35 no. 2 (Spring 2010) p. 66-7
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The Pillow Book

Anderson, Nicole.
"The Dark Creative Passage: A Derridean Journey from The Literary Text to Film." Film Quarterly. Summer 2007. Vol. 60, Iss. 4; pg. 85, 2 pgs
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Elliot, Bridget and Purdy, Anthony
"Skin deep: fins-de-siecle and new beginnings in The Pillow Book." In: Peter Greenaway's postmodern/poststructuralist cinema
Edited by Paula Willoquet-Maricondi, Mary Alemany-Galway. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2001.
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Fouz-Hernandez, Santiago
"Phallic Matters? Ewan McGregor and the Representation of the Male Body in Peter Greenaway's The Pillow Book (1996)." Men and Masculinities. Vol 8(2), Oct 2005, pp. 133-147
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" This article is a study of the representation of the male body in contemporary British cinema. It starts with a short exploration of how 1990s representations of masculinity in British cinema differed from those of the previous decade. A brief analysis of Neil Jordan's The Crying Game and of some of the recent roles of actor Hugh Grant in mainstream cinema leads to a more detailed case study of Scottish actor Ewan McGregor and his role in Peter Greenaway's film The Pillow Book. Relevant background on both actor and director reveals an overt awareness of and interest in the male body. The film's approach to masculinity and its focus on the male integral nude question some of the, by now, tired conceptions that have surrounded many debates on male representation, such as the emphasis on the activity/passivity binary, the (male) gaze, or narcissism." [PsychInfo]

Nutu, Liliana M.
"The Seduction of Words and Flesh and the Desire Of God: A Poststructuralist Reading Of John 1:1, 14 and The Pillow Book." Biblical Interpretation, 2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, P79-97, 19p
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Sadashige, Jacqui
"The Pillow Book." The American Historical Review. Dec 1997. Vol. 102, Iss. 5; p. 1598 (2 pages)

Sikes, A. W.
"The performing genome: genetics and the rearticulation of the human." Text and Performance Quarterly, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 163-180, July 2002
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"This article argues for the reconception of the human genome as performative in as much as the articulation of the genome does not merely describe or represent the body, but actually brings the body into being. Such a reconception suggests that human bodies and, by extension, human subjects, are produced in acts of articulation and are therefore open to potential rearticulations, a suggestion with important aesthetic and political implications. After considering the act of cloning itself as a performative act, the argument shifts to a consideration of performance artists's Ron Athey's Scenes in a Harsh Life and Peter Greenaway's film The Pillow Book, arguing that the articulated subject figured by the clone may give rise to the re-articulated subjects figured by Athey and Greenaway.

Willoquet-Maricondi, Paula.
"Fleshing the Text: Greenaway's Pillow Book and the Erasure of the Body." Postmodern Culture - Volume 9, Number 2, January 1999
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Zukic, Naida.
"Embodied ambivalence: reiterating and transforming phallocentrism in The Pillow Book." Text & Performance Quarterly, Jul2002, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p181-195, 15p
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Prospero's Book

Alleva, Richard.
"Prospero's Books." (movie reviews)Commonweal v119, n2 (Jan 31, 1992):25 (2 pages).

Andreas, James
"'Where's the Master'? The Technologies of the Stage, Book, and Screen in The Tempest and Prospero's Books." In: Shakespeare without class : misappropriations of cultural capital / edited by Donald Hedrick and Bryan Reynolds. New York : Palgrave, 2000.
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Babula, William.
"Claribel, Tunis, and Greenaway's Prospero's Books." Journal of the Wooden O Symposium, 2001, Vol. 1, p19, 7p;

Barker, Adam.
"A Tale of Two Magicians." (Peter Greenaway's film 'Prospero's Books') Sight and Sound v1, n1 (May, 1991):26 (5 pages).

Bird, Nathaniel.
"Prospero's Books." (movie reviews) Films in Review v43, n1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1992):48 (3 pages).

Butler, Martin.
"Prospero in Cyberspace." In: Re-constructing the book: literary texts in transmission / edited by Maureen Bell .. [et al.] pp: 184-96. Aldershot: Ashgate, [2001?]
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Cavecchi, Mariacristina.
"Peter Greenaway's 'Prospero's Books': A Tempest Between Word and Image." Literature-Film Quarterly v25, n2 (April, 1997):83 (7 pages).
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Peter Greenaway's film 'Prospero's Books' uses a variety of images, techniques and effects to produce a decidedly cinematic rendering of William Shakespeare's 'The Tempest,' providing a film equivalent of the illusionary world Shakespeare created with theatrical devices upon the stage. He visually organizes the imaginary world conjured by Prospero's words to emphasize the interplay between text, voice and image necessary to maintain it. He employs frames-within-frames, recurrent images of mirrors and visual repetitions to spatially emphasize the confusing and illusionary nature of Prospero's reality.

Cavecchi, Mariacristina; Vallorani, Nicoletta.
"Prospero's offshoots: from the library to the screen." Shakespeare Bulletin (15:4) 1997, 35-8.

Collins, Amy Fine; Collins, Bradley.
"Drowning the Text: Prospero's Books." (movie reviews) Art in America v80, n6 (June, 1992):53 (3 pages).

Cramer, Bobby.
"Prospero's Books." (movie reviews)Films in Review v43, n1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1992):33 (2 pages).

DeWeese, Dan
"Prospero's pharmacy : Peter Greenaway and the critics play Shakespeare's mimetic game." In: Almost Shakespeare: reinventing his works for cinema and television
Edited by James R. Keller and Leslie Stratyner. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2004.
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Donaldson, Peter S.
"Shakespeare in the Age of Post-Mechanical Reproduction: Sexual and Electronic Magic in Prospero's Books." In: Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video / edited by Lynda E. Boose, Richard Burt. pp: 169-85. London; New York: Routledge, 1997.

Dragan, Richard.
"Brave New Worlds: The Book, the Cinema, and Web 2.0 in Peter Greenaway's Prospero's Books and The Tulse Luper Suitcases." Literature Film Quarterly, 2011, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p99-115, 17p
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Frith, Simon
"Art of the Book of the Film." Sight & Sound I/8, Dec 91; p.32. illus.
Review essay on three scripts publ. in book form: 'Prospero's Books' (Peter Greenaway), 'Queer Edward II' (Derek Jarman) and 'Diary of a Young Soul Rebel' (Isaac Julien and Colin MacCabe).

Gras, Vernon
"Dramatizing the Failure to Jump the Culture/Nature Gap: The Films of Peter Greenaway." New Literary History - Volume 26, Number 1, Winter 1995
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Hainge, Greg.
"Tempest In Another Time: Shakespeare, Greenaway, Céline." Romanic Review. Jan 2006. Vol. 97, Iss. 1; p. 15 (18 pages)
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Hotchkiss, Lia M.
"The Incorporation of word as Image in Peter Greenaway's Prospero's Books." Post Script, Winter/Spring98, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p8-25, 18p
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Hotchkiss, Lia M.
"The Incorporation of word as Image in Peter Greenaway's Prospero's Books." In: The reel Shakespeare: alternative cinema and theory Edited by Lisa S. Starks and Courtney Lehmann. pp: 95-117. Madison [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London; Cranbury, N.J.: Associated University Presses, c2002.
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Jameson, Richard T.
" Cries and Whispers." Film Comment v. 28 (Jan./Feb. '92) p. 56.

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Prospero's Books." (movie reviews) New Republic v205, n30 (Jan 20, 1992):29.

Kearney, James.
"The Book and the Fetish: The Materiality of Prospero's Text." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies - Volume 32, Number 3, Fall 2002, pp. 433-468
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Keesey, Douglas.
"Recovering the Native Body in Prospero's Books." In: The films of Peter Greenaway : sex, death and provocation. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2006.
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Kennedy, Harlan.
"Prospero's Flicks." Film Comment v. 28 (Jan./Feb. '92) p. 45-9.
Examines "Prospero's books" in the context of other adaptations of 'The Tempest', noting varying approaches for different generations of filmmakers.

Lanier, Douglas.
"Drowning the Book: Prospero's Books and the Textual Shakespeare." In: Shakespeare, Theory and Performance. Shakespeare, Theory, and Performance / edited by James C. Bulman. London; New York: Routledge, 1996. pp: 187-209.

Lee, Hee-Won.
"[Shakespeare in the Digital Age: The Dynamics between Filmic Magic and Technologial [Technological] Power in Prospero's Books]." Journal of Classic & English Renaissance Literature. 11(2):49-80. 2002 Autumn

Liebman, S.
"Prospero's Books: A Film of Shakespeare's The Tempest." Choice v29, n8 (April, 1992):1237.

Ma, Kuei-Lan Anna
"Prospero's Books vs. The tempest: a synthesis of Shakespeare's ideas and style into film form." In: Literary texts & the arts : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Corrado Federici & Esther Raventos-Pons. New York : P. Lang, 2003.
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Martin, Sara.
"Classic Shakespeare for All: Forbidden Planet and Prospero's Books, Two Screen Adaptations of the Tempest." In: Classics in film and fiction / edited by Deborah Cartmell ... [et al.]. London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, 2000.
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Marx, Steven
"Greenaway's Books." Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Literature, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 22 paragraphs, September 2001.

McKee, Alexander
"Jonson vs. Jones in Prospero's Books." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 121-28, 2007
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Mowat, Barbara A.
"Prospero's Book." Shakespeare Quarterly - Volume 52, Number 1, Spring 2001, pp. 1-33
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Nadotti, Maria.
"Prospero's Book." (movie reviews) Artforum v30, n4 (Dec, 1991):20 (2 pages).

Nokes, David.
"Prospero's Book." (movie reviews)TLS. Times Literary Supplement, n4615 (Sept 13, 1991):19.

Phelan, Peggy.
"Numbering Prospero's Books." Performing Arts Journal (PArtsJ), Baltimore, MD. ISSUE: vol. 14 no. 2 (41). 1992 May. pp: 43-50.

Phelan, Peggy.
"Prospero's Book." (movie reviews)Performing Arts Journal, n41 (May, 1992):43 (8 pages).

Rodgers, Marlene.
"'Prospero's Books' - Word and Spectacle: An Interview with Peter Greenaway." Film Quarterly v45, n2 (Winter, 1991):11 (9 pages). UC users only
P.G. discusses his latest film "Prospero's Books", esp. with reference to his love of allegory and Renaissance literature.

Rodman, Howard A.
"Anatomy of a Wizard." (director Peter Greenaway) American Film v16, n10 (Nov-Dec, 1991):34 (6 pages).
'Prospero's Books' is the latest film by Peter Greenaway. This controversial work freely adapts Shakespeare's 'The Tempest,' and contains many scenes containing nudity.

Romney, Jonathan.
"Prospero's Book." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v1, n5 (Sept, 1991):44 (2 pages).

Schwenger, Peter.
"Prospero's Books and the Visionary Page." Textual Practice, vol. 8 no. 2. 1994 Summer. pp: 268-78.

Simon, John.
"Prospero's Books." (movie reviews) National Review v44, n1 (Jan 20, 1992):62 (2 pages).

Taylor, Mark.
"Prospero's Books and Stephano's Bottle: Colonial Experience in 'The Tempest.'"CLIO v22, n2 (Wntr, 1993):101 (13 pages).

Trimm, Ryan
"Moving Pictures, Still Lives: Staging National Tableaux and Text in Prospero's Books." Cinema Journal; Spring2007, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p26-53, 28p
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Turman, Suzanna
"Peter Greenaway." Films in Review XLIII/3-4, Mar-Apr 92; p.104-108. illus.
UK director P.G. discusses his film "Prospero's Books".

Tweedie, James
"Caliban's Books: The Hybrid Text in Peter Greenaway's Prospero's Books." Cinema Journal - 40, Number 1, Fall 2000 - Article
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"This essay discusses Peter Greenaway's Prospero's Books as an allegory of the adaptation of canonical literature to cinema, with The Tempest's colonial concerns refigured as a confrontation between a "masterful" original and an "unfaithful" follower. The essay then situates the film's meditation on the literary artifact and neobaroque aesthetics in opposition to the discourses of heritage circulating in Thatcherite Britain." [Project Muse]

Warlick, M. E.
"Art, Allegory and Alchemy in Peter Greenaway's Prospero's Books." In: New directions in emblem studies / volume edited by Amy Wygant. Glasgow : Dept. of French, University of Glasgow, 1999.
Main Stack PN6348.5.N48 1999

Washington, Paul.
"'The Last Tempest': Shakespeare, Postmodernity, and Prospero's Books." In: Shakespeare--World Views / edited by Heather Kerr, Robin Eaden, and Madge Mitton. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London; Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, c1996. pp. 37-48.
Main Stack PR2976.S3388 1996

Willoquet-Maricondi, Paula.
"Aime Cesaire's A tempest and Peter Greenaway's Prosperpo's books as ecological readings and rewritings of Shakespeare's The tempest." In: Reading the earth : new directions in the study of literature and environment / edited by Michael P. Branch ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho Press, 1998.
Main Stack PS169.E25.R43 1998

Willson, Robert F., Jr.
"Recontextualizing Shakespeare on Film: My Own Private Idaho, Men of Respect, Prospero's Books." Shakespeare Bulletin, vol. 10 no. 3. 1992 Summer. pp: 34-37.

Yacowar, Maurice.
"Negotiating Culture: Greenaway's Tempest." Queen's Quarterly, vol. 99 no. 3. 1992 Fall. pp: 689-97.

A Zed and Two Noughts

Ciecko, Anne T.
"Peter Greenaway's Alpha-Beastiary Ut Pictura Poesis : A Zed And Two Noughts." Post Script, Fall92, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p37-48, 12p

De Beauregard, Raphaëlle Costa.
"Green Apples and Red Prawns: The Colour of Time in Peter Greenaway's A Zed & Two Noughts ( Z.0.0.)." Journal of British Cinema & Television, 2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p82-94, 13p
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Gomel, Elana; Weninger, Stephen.
"Cronenberg, Greenaway and the Ideologies of Twinship." Body & Society, Sep2003, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p19-35

Willoquet-Maricondi, Paula.
"The Exploitation of Human and Nonhuman Nature in Peter Greenaway's A Zed and Two Noughts." ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature & Environment, Feb2003, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p55-74, 20p
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Alfred Hitchcock

See separate Hitchcock bibliography

Nicholas Hytner

The History Boys

Collins, Paul M.
"Constructing Masculinity: De Utero Patris (from the Womb of the Father)." Journal of Men, Masculinities & Spirituality, Jun2010, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p82-96, 15p
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Haun, Harry.
"Yorkshire Lads." Film Journal International, Dec2006, Vol. 109 Issue 12, p16-40, 3p
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Hicks, David.
"'Just one fucking thing after another': Exploring the Nature and Purpose of History and Education Through The History Boys." Theory and Research in Social Education, Summer 2007, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p492-500, 9p
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Jays, David.
"Alan Bennett: A little learning." Sight & Sound, November 2006, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p20-23, 4p
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McDonald, Neil.
"The Drama of Teaching and the Recent Past." Quadrant Magazine, Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 51 Issue 7/8, p104-107, 4p
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McFarlane, Brian.
"History Boys: Adapting the Past." Screen Education, 2007, Issue 46, p18-27, 10p
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Noh, David.
"The History Boys." Film Journal International, Dec2006, Vol. 109 Issue 12, p62-63, 2p
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Rayns, Tony.
"The History Boys." Sight & Sound, November 2006, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p58-59, 2p
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Suissa, Judith.
"The Politics of Education" Philosophy Now, Sep/Oct2007, Issue 63, p38-40, 3p UC users only

Talburt, Susan.
"'After-queer': subjunctive pedagogies." International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE); Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p49-64, 16p
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James Ivory and Ishmail Merchant

Anderson, Pat
"James Ivory." Films in Review Vol XXXV nr 8 (Oct 1984); p 478-480.
J.I. on his collaboration with Ismail Merchant and Ruth Jhabvala, casting, influences on him and choice of subjects.

Bharucha, Nilufer E.
"The Filming of Forster's Fiction." Quest. 101:295-97. 1993 Sept-Oct

Brake, Elizabeth.
"Marriage, Influence and Deception in Merchant-Ivory's The Europeans and The Bostonians." In: Henry James on stage and screen / edited by John R. Bradley. pp: 143-56. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2000.
Main Stack PS2127.F55.H46 2000

"Dialogue on film: Merchant and Ivory."
American Film Vol XII nr 4 (Jan-Feb 1987); p 13-15,54.
The producing/directing team of Ismail Merchant and James Ivory discuss the production and distribution of their films.

Firstenberg, J.
"A class act turns twenty-five." American Film Vol XII nr 10 (Sept 1987); p 75.
A tribute to the 25-year association of James Ivory, Ismail Merchant and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

Gillett, John
"Merchant. Ivory."Sight & Sound Vol XLII nr 2 (Spring 1973); p 95-97.
Examines the partnership between producer and director and the films they have made together.

Hipsky, Martin A.
"Anglophil(m)ia: Why Does America Watch Merchant-Ivory Movies?" Journal of Popular Film & Television. 22(3):98-107. 1994 Fall
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"English films have created a strong following in the US market because of their skillful productions and aesthetic values. They have garnered numerous citations from critics and earned millions in the box-office, despite the absence of sex and violence, the two factors which are believed to guarantee the success of a movie. Critics laud these films, which include 'Chariots of Fire,' 'A Room With a View,' 'Howard's End' and 'Remains of the Day' for their sophistication. However, many critics also believe that English films have come to represent elitism and snobbery in the motion picture industry." [Expanded Academic Index]

"Is good taste enough? The gorgeous films of Merchant Ivory." The Economist (US) Feb 29, 1992 v322 n7748 p98(1)
'Howard's End' is the best film crafted by producer Ismail Merchant, director James Ivory and scriptwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. They have collaborated on 14 previous films. Robert Emmet Long's recently published book, 'The Films of Merchant Ivory', is a celebration of their work.

Ivory, James.
Autobiography of a princess, also being the adventures of an American film director in the land of the Maharajas /... 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row, c1975.
Main Stack DS481.A1.I851 1975

Ivory, James.
Savages; a film, by James Ivory, from a screenplay by George Swift Trow and Michael O'Donoghue.... [1st Evergreen ed.] New York, Grove Press [1973] (Series: Evergreen original, E-604)
Main Stack PN1997.S295.I9

Long, Robert Emmet.
James Ivory in Conversation : How Merchant Ivory Makes Its Movies / Robert Emmet Long ; foreword by Janet Maslin. Berkeley : University of California Press, c2005.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.I89 A3 2005

Long, Robert Emmet.
The films of Merchant Ivory / Robert Emmet Long. Newly updated ed. New York: Abrams, c1997.
Moffitt PN1999.M38.L6 1997

Lyons, Donald
"Traditions of quality." Film Comment Vol XXVIII nr 3 (May-June 1992); p 14-16,18.
Discusses the Merchant-Ivory films in the context of previous adaptations of literary and theatrical classics.

Merchant, Ismail.
Ismail Merchant's Florence: filming and feasting in Tuscany / Ismail Merchant ; photographs by Derrick Santini. Paperback ed. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2001.
Main Stack PN1997.R575653.M47 1994

Merchant, Ismail.
My passage from India: a filmaker's journey from Bombay to Hollywood and beyond/ Ismail Merchant. New York: Viking Studio, 2002.
Main Stack PN1998.3.M466.A3 2002

Morais, Richard C.
"Producer with a view." (Merchant Ivory Productions) (company profile) Forbes March 23, 1987 v139 p68(3)

Morais, Richard C.
"A reverence for the theater." (Merchant Ivory Productions' work is in demand in Hollywood after 30 years) Forbes Dec 7, 1992 v150 n13 p42(2)

Pym, John.
The wandering company: twenty-one years of Merchant Ivory films / by John Pym ; comments by James Ivory. London: British Film Institute ; New York: Museum of Modern Art, c1983.
Main Stack PN1995.9.P7.P89 1983
Moffitt PN1995.9.P7.P89 1983

Bombay Talkie

Bhatt, Nisith Nalin.
"Bombay Talkie." Amerasia Journal 22.n2 (Fall 1996): 169(5).

Gooneratne, Yasmine
"Satirical Semi-Colon: Ruth Prawer Jhabvala's Screen Play for Bombay Talkie." The Journal of Indian Writing in English, vol. 8, no. 1-2, pp. 177-181, Winter 1980.

The Bostonians

Bell, Millicent.
"The Bostonian Story." Partisan Review vol. 52 no. 2. 1985. PAGES: 109-119.

Long, Robert Emmet.
"Dramatizing James: The Bostonians as a Film." The Henry James Review vol. 6 no. 1. 1984 Fall. pp: 75-78.

Sorensen, Sue.
"'Damnable Feminization'? The Merchant Ivory Film Adaptation of Henry James's The Bostonians." Literature/ Film Quarterly vol. 25 no. 3. 1997. pp: 231-35.

Vineberg, Steve.
"The Responsibility of the Adapter: The Bostonians on Film." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory vol. 41 no. 3. 1985 Autumn. pp: 223-230.

The Europeans

Hirsh, Allen.
"The Europeans: Henry James, James Ivory, 'And That Nice Mr. Emerson'." Literature/ Film Quarterly vol. 11 no. 2. 1983. pp: 112-119.

The Howards End

Berg, James J.
"The Industrialist and the Clerk in Merchant Ivory's Howards End." West Virginia University Philological Papers. 44:131-37. 1998-1999

Blake, Richard A.
"Howards End." (movie reviews) America April 11, 1992 v166 n12 p299(1)

Hall, Mary Katherine.
"The Reification of High Culture in Merchant-Ivory's Howards End." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 221-26, 2003.

Kauffmann, Stanley
"Howards End." (movie reviews) The New Republic March 23, 1992 v206 n12 p26(2)

Stone, E. Kim
"Recovering the Lone Mother: Howards End As Aesthetic Anodyne." Camera Obscura: A Journal of Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, vol. 55, pp. 43-75, Winter 2004.

Maurice

Ansen, David
"Maurice." (movie reviews). Newsweek Sept 21, 1987 v110 p76(1)

Dukes, Thomas.
"From Fairy Tale to Film: The Coming Out and Completion of Forster's Maurice." West Virginia University Philological Papers. 38:91-98. 1992.

Goscilo, Margaret.
"Ivory-Merchant's Maurice: The Hero in Absentia." Literature-Film Quarterly. 17(2):99-107. 1989.

Kael, Pauline .
"Maurice." (movie reviews). The New Yorker Sept 21, 1987 v63 p103(2)

Kauffmann, Stanley
"Maurice." (movie reviews). The New Republic Oct 5, 1987 v197 p28(1)

Levine, June Perry.
"The Functions of the Narrator's Voice in Literature and Film: Forster and Ivory's Maurice."Literature-Film Quarterly. 24(3):309-21. 1996

Nightingale, Benedict
"A gay 'Love Story'; from the team that made 'A Room With a View' comes a film based on E.M. Forster's 'Maurice.'" The New York Times Sept 13, 1987 v136 s2 pH1(N) pH1(L) col 1 (43 col in)

Quince, W. Rohan.
"'To Thine Own Self Be True ...': Adapting E. M. Forster's Maurice to the Screen." Literature-Film Quarterly. 17(2):108-112. 1989.

Schaefer, Stephen .
"No bones about it." (James Ivory and Ishmail Merchant adapt E.M. Forster's Maurice for the movies) Horizon Oct 1987 v30 p73(3)

Room With a View

Craig, Cairns.
"Rooms without a View British Film Institute." In: Film/literature/heritage / edited by Ginette Vincendeau. pp: 3-6. London: British Film Institute, 2001. Series title: Sight and sound reader.
UCB Main PN1995.3 .F54 2001

Denby, David
"A room with a view." (movie reviews) New York March 17, 1986 v19 p79(2)

Kael, Pauline
"A room with a view." (movie reviews) The New Yorker March 24, 1986 v62 p112(3)

Kopkind, Andrew
"A room with a view." (movie reviews) The Nation August 16, 1986 v243 p122(2)

Levine, June Perry.
"Two Rooms with a View: An Inquiry into Film Adaptation." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature vol. 22 no. 3. 1989 Summer. pp: 67-84.

Derek Jarman

See separate Jarman bibliography

Humphrey Jennings

See separate Jennings bibliography

Alexander Korda

Drazin, Charles
Korda: Britain's only movie mogul: London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 2002.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 D73 2002

Korda, Michael
Charmed lives: a family romance New York: Random House, c1979
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .K587
Moffitt PN1998.A3 .K587

Kulik, Karol
Alexander Korda: the man who could work miracles London: W. H. Allen, 1975
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .K59

Tabori, Paul
Alexander Korda New York, Living Books [1966]
MAIN: PN1998.A3 K61 1966; Storage Info: B 3 569 68

Walker, Greg
"The roots of alexander Korda: myths of identity and the international film." Patterns of Prejudice; Mar2003, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p3, 23p
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Stanley Kubrick

SEE separate Kubrick Bibliograpy

David Lean

Anderegg, Michael A.
David Lean Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1984.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 L3792 1984;
Moffitt: PN1998.A3 L3792 1984;

Begum, Khani.
"E. M. Forster's and David Lean's (Re)Presentations and (Re)Productions of Empire." West Virginia University Philological Papers. 40:20-29. 1994-1995

Brownlow, Kevin.
David Lean: a biography New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.
Moffitt: PN1998.3.L43 B76 1996;

Castelli, Louis P.
David Lean: a guide to references and resources Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, c1980
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .L3793;

David Lean
by Maxford, Howard. London: Batsford, 2000.
MAIN: PN1998.3.L43 M3 2000;

Drazin, Charles
"David Lean: Editing: Lean Cuts." Sight and Sound 18:7 (July 2008)
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Dyer, Richard.
Brief encounter / Richard Dyer. London: British Film Institute, 1993. BFI film classics.
Main Stack PN1997.B744.D9 1993

Kennedy, Harlan
"'I'm a picture chap.'" (Interview with David Lean) Film Comment Feb 1985 v21 p28(5)

Lean, Sandra.
David Lean: an intimate portrait New York: Universe, 2001.
MAIN: PN1998.3.L43 L43 2001

McFarlane, Brian.
"Reality: Isn't What It Used to Be." Screen Education, Autumn2012, Issue 65, p108-118, 11p
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The article provides information on the alterations in the portrayal of real lives on screen. It mentions that It states that it might be useful briefly regard what British cinema of the 1930s was like to fully appreciate the kind of realism represented in its time by David Lean's "Brief Encounter." It states that the kind of realism shown in Mike Leigh's "Another Year" has frequently had to embrace an anarchic elements of style.

Phillips, Gene D.
"David Lean, the Undefeated." In: Major film directors of the American and British cinema / Gene D. Phillips. Rev. ed. Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1999.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P55 1999

Silver, Alain
David Lean and his films London: Frewin, 1974.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 L3841 1974

Silverman, Stephen M.
David Lean New York: H.N. Abrams, 1989.
Moffitt: PN1998.3.L43 S55 1989

Silverman, Stephen M.
David Lean London: A. Deutsch, 1989.
MAIN: PN1998.3.L43 S55 1989

Brief Encounter

Coward, Noel
Brief encounter: screenplay / by Noel Coward ; directed by David Lean. Rev. ed. London: Lorrimer ; New York: distributed by F. Ungar, 1984. (Series: Classic film scripts)
Main Stack PN1997.B7441 1984

Dyer, Richard.
Brief encounter / Richard Dyer. London: British Film Institute, 1993. BFI film classics.
Main Stack PN1997.B744.D9 1993

Ellis, John.
"British Cinema as Performance Art: Brief Encounter, Radio Parade of 1935 and the Circumstances of Film Exhibition." In: The British cinema book / edited by Robert Murphy. 2nd ed. pp: 95-109. London: British Film Institute, 2001.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B66 2001

Medhurst, Andy.
"That Special Thrill: Brief Encounter, Homosexuality and Authorship." Screen. 32(2):197-208. 1991 Summer
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Bridge on the River Kwai

Brownlow, Kevin.
"The making of David Lean's film of 'The Bridge on the River Kwai.'. Cineaste v22, n2 (Spring, 1996):10 (7 pages). UC users only

Joyaux, Georges.
"The Bridge Over The River Kwai: From the Novel to the Movie." Literature/Film Quarterly. Spring 1974. Vol. 2, Iss. 2; p. 174 (9 pages)
UC users only

Scholz, Anne-Marie.
"The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) Revisited: Combat Cinema, American Culture and the German Past." German History, Apr2008, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p219-250, 32p
UC users only

Summerfield, Penny.
"War, film, memory: some reflections on war films and the social configuration of memory in Britain in the 1940s and 1950s." Journal of War & Culture Studies, 2008, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p15-23, 9p
UC users only

Great Expecations

SEE Charles Dickens on Film bibliography

In Which We Serve

Butler, Margaret.
"Britain and France and the Concept of 'Community'" In: Film and community in Britain and France : from La règle du jeu to Room at the top / Margaret Butler. pp: 4+ London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : In the United States and Canada distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Full-text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 B795 2004

Fox, Jo.
"Millions Like Us? Accented Language and the 'Ordinary' in British Films of the Second World War." Journal of British Studies 2006 45(4): 819-845 27p.
UC users only

Marriott, Stephanie.
"Dialect and Dialectic in a British War Film." Journal of Sociolinguistics 1 (2), 173?193.
UC users only

Hughes, Richard.
"'Sing When the Guns are Firing'" History Today. Mar2012, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p29-35. 7p.
UC users only

Marriott, Stephanie.
"Dialect and Dialectic in a British War Film." Journal of Sociolinguistics 1 (2), 173?193.
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Phillips, Gene D.
"Hope and glory: In which we serve and This happy breed." In: Beyond the epic : the life & films of David Lean / Gene D. Phillips. Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, c2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L43 P45 2006

Reeves, Nicholas
"Britain During the Second World War." In: Power of Film Propaganda : Myth or Reality? / Nicholas Reeves. London ; New York : Cassell, 1999. pp: 183+
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.E8 R43 2003

Roisman-Cooper, Barbara.
"Real to reel: World War II and British film." British Heritage Nov 2003 v24 i6 p38(8)
The article examines the importance of motion pictures in bolstering morale in Great Britain during World War II. Discussion includes the films 'In Which We Serve,' 'Spitfire,' and 'The Way Ahead.'

Vermilye, Jerry.
"In Which We Serve." In: The great British films / Jerry Vermilye ; foreword by Deborah Kerr. Secaucus, N.J. : Citadel Press, c1978.
Pacific Film Archive PN1993.5.G7 V4 1978

Wintersole, Margaret.
"In Which We Serve: Noel Coward's Vision of the British Navy at War." In: Visions of war : World War II in popular literature and culture / edited by M. Paul Holsinger and Mary Anne Schofield. Bowling Green, Ohio : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1992.
Main Stack PN56.W665.V64 1992

Lawrence of Arabia

Bohne, Luciana.
"Leaning Toward the Past: Pressures of Vision and Narrative in Lawrence of Arabia." Film Criticism, Fall90, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p2-16, 15p
UC users only

Brecher, Frank W.
"Lawrence of Arabia as History." Film & History, Dec1989, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p92-94, 3p

Caton, Steven Charles.
Lawrence of Arabia: a film's anthropology. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1997.L353.C38 1999

Claydon, E. Anna (Elizabeth Anna)
The representation of masculinity in British cinema of the 1960s: Lawrence of Arabia, The loneliness of the long distance runner, and The Hill Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, c2005.
MAIN: PN1995.9.M46 C45 2005

Chapman, James; Culll Nicholas John
"The Watershed: Lawrence of Arabia (1962)." In: Projecting empire : imperialism and popular cinema London ; New York : I.B. Tauris : Distributed in the United States and Canada exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Full text available online (UCB users only)

Hodson, Joel
"Who Wrote Lawrence of Arabia?: Sam Spiegel and David Lean's Deniel of Credit to a Blacklisted Screenwriter." Cineaste; 1994, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p 12, 7p
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Hudson, Joel
"Who Wrote Lawrence of Arabia? Sam Spiegel and David Lean's Denial of Credit to a Blacklisted Screenwriter." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 12-18, 1994

Macfie, Alexander Lyon.
"Representations of Lawrence of Arabia." Journal of Postcolonial Writing, May2007, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p77-87, 11p

Paquet, Ron
"The Mysterious Origins of Lawrence of Arabia." Kinema Spring, 1994

Raw, Laurence.
"T. E. Lawrence, The Turks, and the Arab Revolt in the Cinema: Anglo-American And Turkish Representations." Literature/Film Quarterly. 2005. Vol. 33, Iss. 4; pg. 252, 10 pgs

Shaheen, Jack.
"Lawrence of Arabia: Memorable For What It Is, Regrettable For What It Might Have Been." Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 11/30/1989 V.VIII; N.7 p. 15

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram.
"Lawrence of Arabia: Image and Reality." Journal of the Historical Society, Dec2009, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p515-548, 34p

Oliver Twist

Dickens on film bibliography

Crabbe, Katharyn.
"Lean's "Oliver Twist": Novel to Film." Film Criticism, Fall77, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p46-51, 6p
UCB users only

Passage to India

Anderson, Pat
"A Passage to India." (Review). Films in Review XXXVI/2, Feb 85; p.111-112.

Annan, Noel .
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) The New York Review of Books Jan 17, 1985 v31 p5(2)

Ansen, David
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) Newsweek Dec 24, 1984 v104 p53(1)

Begum, Khani.
"E. M. Forster's and David Lean's (Re)Presentations and (Re)Productions of Empire." West Virginia University Philological Papers. 40:20-29. 1994-1995

Bell, Millicent.
"What Happened in the Cave?" Partisan Review. 53(1):103-110. 1986.

Bharucha, Rustom.
"The 'Boom' of David Lean's A Passage to India." In: Before his eyes: essays in honor of Stanley Kauffmann / edited by Bert Cardullo. pp: 155-161. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, c1986.
UCB Main PN1621 .B441 1986

Broege, Valerie.
"The Journey toward Individuation of Adela Quested in E. M. Forster's and David Lean's A Passage to India Popular." In: Heroines of popular culture / edited by Pat Browne. pp: 41-53. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1987.
UCB Main E169.1 .H47 1987

Borders, William
"India is on our minds, but whose India?" The New York Times Feb 10, 1985 v134 s2 pH1(N) pH1(L) col 5 (68 col in)

Chase, Donald
"David Lean's India." (A Passage to India) Horizon March 1985 v28 p4(1)

Coleman, John.
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) New Statesman March 22, 1985 v109 p31(1)

Daniels, M.
"A Passage to India." (Review). Films & Filming /366, Mar 85; p.38-39.

Denby, David
"A Passage to India." (Review). New York Jan 7, 1985 v18 p67(3)

Blake, Richard A.
"A Passage to India." (Review). America Jan 5, 1985 v152 p28(1)

Canby, Vincent.
"A Passage to India." (Review). The New York Times Dec 14, 1984 v134 p17(N) pC4(L) col 4 (26 col in)

Cocks, Jay .
"Adventures in the dream department - David Lean: 'It's a wonderful thing, you know, going to strange places.'" Time Dec 31, 1984 v124 p58(5)

Featherstone, Simon.
"Passages to India." Critical Survey. 3(3):290-96. 1991

Hederman, Mark Patrick.
"David Lean's A Passage to India." Studies: an Irish Quarterly Review. 74(295):336-342. 1985 Autumn.

Hitchens, Christopher.
"Busted Blue: A Passage to India." Grand Street. 4(3):215-217. 1985 Spring

Harmetz, Aljean
"David Lean films a favorite novel." The New York Times Dec 9, 1984 v134 s2 pH1(N) pH1(L) col 1 (48 col in)

Hederman, Mark Patrick.
"David Lean's A Passage to India." Studies: an Irish Quarterly Review. 74(295):336-342. 1985 Autumn

Hitchens, Christopher.
"Busted Blue: A Passageto India." Grand Street. 4(3):215-217. 1985 Spring

Kael, Pauline
"Passages to India." (movie reviews) The New Yorker Jan 14, 1985 v60 p112(3)

Kauffmann, Stanley
"Lean criticism." (David Lean) The New Republic June 10, 1985 v192 p24(2)

Kipnis, Laura.
"'The Phantom Twitchings of an Amputated Limb': Sexual Spectacle in the Post-Colonial Epic." Wide Angle, vol. 11 no. 4. 1989 Oct. pp: 42-51.
Focuses on the presentation of female sexuality as dangerous and hysterical in two recent films on British colonialism: "Out of Africa" and "A passage to India".

Kopkind, Andrew .
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) The Nation Feb 9, 1985 v240 p155(3)

Lacayo, Richard
"Meeting two masters: Sir David Lean and Lord Snowdon take aim at A Passage to India." Time August 27, 1984 v124 p54(2)

Levin, June Perry.
"Passage to the Odean: Too Lean." Literature-Film Quarterly. 14(3):140-150. 1986
UC users only
Comments on the film adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel 'Passage to India,' directed by David Lean. Plot of the film; Areas of omissions in the film; Response of Lean to the novel's concluding section.

Lindley, Arthur.
"Raj as Romance/Raj as Parody: Lean's and Forster's Passage to India." Literature/ Film Quarterly, vol. 20 no. 1. 1992. pp: 61-67.
UC users only
Sir David Lean's version of E.M. Forster's novel, 'A Passage to India', changes the emphasis of the story. Instead of portraying the gulf separating Indian and English culture, Lean delivers a romance of sexual awakening similar to the novels that Forster was trying to disparage in his novel. Lean felt that Forster's homosexuality was the root of his dislike of the English and in seeking to dispel Forster's prejudice, alters Forster's story, making it more accessible.

Merkin, Daphne
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) The New Leader Dec 24, 1984 v67 p17(2)

Millar, Gavin
"The Real India?" (review of Passage to India) Sight & Sound LIV/2, Spring 85; p.139-140.

Muraleedharan, T.
"Women/Migrants/Victims in the Male Empire: The Redeployment of Racist and Patriarchal Notions in Raj Cinema." Critical Arts. 10(2):91-104. 1996

Nischik, Reingard M.
"Where Literary and Cultural Studies Meet: The Example of Film Adaptation (Or: E. M. Forster Discovers India, David Lean Recovers the Empire)." In: New worlds: discovering and constructing the unknown in Anglophone literature / edited by Martin Kuester, et al. pp: 293-303. Munchen: Verlag Ernst Vogel, 2000. Schriften der Philosophischen Fakultaten der Universitat Augsburg ; Nr. 59
Main Stack PR9184.6.N49 2000

O'Brien, Tom.
"A Passage to India." (Review). Commonweal Feb 8, 1985 v112 p84(2)

Pym, John
"A Passage to India." (Review). Monthly Film Bulletin LII/615, Apr 85; p.100-101.

Reichmann, Angelika.
""A Womb with a View" -- Approaches to Classic-Novel Adaptation in Recent British Films." Eger Journal of English Studies, 2009, Vol. 9, p41-60, 20p
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Roberts, Colin.
"Where Angels Feared to Tread: Lean's Confident Passage." The Indian Literary Review: a Tri-Quarterly of Indian Literature. 3(3):69-72. 1985 Oct.

Rushdie, Salman
"Outside the Whale." American Film X/4, Jan-Feb 85; p.16,70,72-73.
Critique of the nostalgia for British colonial rule of India and for ethnic stereotypes exhibited in some recent films, incl. "A Passage to India" and the tv serial 'The Far Pavilions'.

Seitz, Michael H. .
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) The Progressive March 1985 v49 p38(2)

Simon, John
"A passage to India." (movie reviews) National Review Feb 22, 1985 v37 p49(3)

Sinyard, Neil.
"'Lids Tend to Come Off': David Lean's Film of E. M. Forster's A Passage to India." In: The classic novel: from page to screen / edited by Robert Giddings and Erica Sheen. pp: 147-62. Manchester: Manchester University Press, c2000.
Main Stack PN1995.3.C53 2000

Sragow, Michael abd Kennedy, Harlan
"David Lean's Right of Passage." (Article+Interview). Film Comment XXI/1, Jan-Feb 85; p.20-32.
Examines director D.L.'s career and discusses with him his adaptation of 'A passage to India'.

Dr. Zhivago

Melnerney, John M.
"Lean's Zhivago: A Reappraisal." Literature Film Quarterly, 1987, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p43, 6p
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Mike Leigh

Asman, Kevin G.
"The "Politics and Poetics" of Embodiment in Mike Leigh's Television Film "Hard Labour"." Journal of Popular Film & Television 29. 1 (Spring 2001): 14-19.
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Cardullo, Bert.
"The committed cinema of Mike Leigh." In: Soundings on cinema : speaking to film and film artists / Bert Cardullo. Albany : State University of New York Press, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.2

Cardullo, Bert.
"I Call My Films Subversive": A Conversation with Mike Leigh. Literature Film Quarterly, 2011, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p14-29, 16p
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Cardullo, Bert
""Making People Think Is What It's All About": An Interview with Mike Leigh." Cinema Journal, Fall2010, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p1-18, 18p
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Filmmaker Mike Leigh is interviewed. Topics include his reception in the U.S., moving to television, his creative process, the Hollywood film industry, independent cinema, and his films "Bleak Moments," "All or Nothing," and "High Hopes," among others.

Carney, Raymond.
The films of Mike Leigh : embracing the world / Ray Carney, with contributions by Leonard Quart. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 C37 2000

Ciment, Michel.
"Entretien avec Mike Leigh: Une question ouverte sur le sens de la vie." Revue mensuelle de inéma(Dec 2010): 9-13.
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Ciment, Michel.
"Entretien avec Mike Leigh: Une distillation progressive." Positif - Revue mensuelle de cinéma (Nov 1993): 12-18.
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Ciment, Michel.
"Mike Leigh: Tout doit être organique et vrai." Positif - Revue mensuelle de cinéma (Nov 2002): 8-12.
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Clements, Paul.
The improvised play : the work of Mike Leigh / by Paul Clements. London : Methuen, 1983.
NRLF (UCB) PR6062.E4457 Z62 1983

Ellickson, Lee; Porton, Richard.
"I find the tragicomic things in life." Cineaste, Apr94, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p10, 8p
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Elstob, Kevin
"Some Thoughts on Naturalism, Impressionism and Emile Zola in the Cinema of Mike Leigh and Ken Loach." Excavatio: Emile Zola and Naturalism, vol. 11, pp. 167-81, 1998

Goodridge, Mike.
"Mike Leigh." In: Directing / Mike Goodridge. Boston : Focal Press, 2002.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.A2 G66 2002

Gordon, Bette
"Mike Leigh." In: Speak theater and film! : the best of Bomb magazine's interviews with playwrights, actors and directors / edited by Betsy Sussler with Suzan Sherman and Ronalde Shavers. New York : New Art Pub. under license with G + B Arts International, c1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN2205 .S64 1999

Greer, Darroch.
"Fade to Black: Mike Leigh." Millimeter - The Magazine of Motion Picture and Television Production 31. 2 (Feb 2003): 76.
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Mike Leigh has been making movies for over 25 years and has earned the right to make whatever he wants. He works very closely with his director of photography, Dick Pope, who has collaborated with Leigh since 1990's "Life Is Sweet." The director prefers to work with a cinematographer who his also the operator, and he and Pope solve their problems together.

Jones, Edward Trostle.
All or nothing : the cinema of Mike Leigh / Edward Trostle Jones. New York : P. Lang, c2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 J66 2004

Leigh, Mike
Mike Leigh : interviews / edited by Howie Movshovitz. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 A3 2000

Leigh, Mike
Naked and other screenplays / Mike Leigh. London ; Boston : Faber and Faber, 1995.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR6062.E4457 N34 1995

Porton, Richard; Margulies, Ivone.
"Cultural Indices: Mike Leigh's Modernist Realism." In: Rites of realism : essays on corporeal cinema / edited by Ivone Margulies. Durham : Duke University Press, 2003.
Graduate Services PN1995.9.R3 R58 2003
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.R3 R58 2003

Porton, Richard
"Entertainment and Empire: An Interview with Mike Leigh" Cineaste; 2000, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p 34, 4p
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Porton, Richard
"Mike Leigh: I Find the Tragicomic Things in Life." In: The Cineaste interviews 2 : on the art and politics of the cinema / Gary Crowdus, Dan Georgakas. Chicago : Lake View Press, c2002.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.2 C51 2002
Pacific Film Archive PN1998.2 C51 2002

Quart, Leonard.
"Raising questions and positing possibilities: an interview with Mike Leigh. Cineaste, 22, no. 4 (1997): 53, in
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Quart, Leonard.
"Going Beyond Despair: An Interview with Mike Leigh." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 39, 2002 Winter
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Quart, Leonard.
"The Uniqueness of Ordinary Lives: Mike Leigh's BBC Films." Film Criticism, Winter99/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p41-54, 14p
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Ruchti, Isabelle.
"Entretien avec Mike Leigh" Positif - Revue mensuelle de cinéma (Apr 1989): 18-22.
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Sterritt, David
"Low Hopes: Mike Leigh Meets Margaret Thatcher." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started
Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

Sterritt, David
"Life Isn't Sweet: The Films of Mike Leigh." In: Guiltless pleasures : a David Sterritt film reader. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1994 .S816 2005

Taylor, John Russell
"Giggling beneath the Waves: The Uncosy World of Mike Leigh." Sight and Sound, vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 34-37, 1982 Winter
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Trilling, Daniel.
"Mike Leigh: on film and politics." New Statesman; 11/8/2010, Vol. 139 Issue 5026, p45-45, 1p
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Watson, Garry.
The cinema of Mike Leigh : a sense of the real / Garry Watson. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 W38 2004

Whitehead, Tony.
Mike Leigh / Tony Whitehead. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 W45 2007

Wise, Damon; Crook, Simon.
"The "Empire" Interview: In Conversation with Mike Leigh." Empire (May 2008): 117-122.
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Another Year

Fischoff, Stuart
"All the lonely people." PsycCRITIQUES, Vol 56(38), 2011.
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Fuller, Graham.
"Rain or Shine" Film Comment 47. 1 (Jan 2011): 42-43.
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Fuller argues that while Mike Leigh does not get evangelical about it in "Another Year," there is a strain of therapeutic advocacy in the movie, grounded in the crucial notions, often explored in the filmmaker's work, that everyone needs someone to talk to and that those who can must help themselves to heal. Fuller remarks that Leigh has demonstrated an unflinching eye for the tragicomic potential of a character's eventual breakdown, while limning his portraits of despair with compassion. Depressed men and young women have figured in his work, but he has proved especially attuned to the anguish of middle-age women. Fuller discusses the character of Mary in "Another Year." (IIPA)

Harrison, Andrew.
"Another Year" The Word (Nov 2010): 96-97.
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James, Nick
"The so-called process." Sight & Sound; November 2010, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p20-22, 3p
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In an interview, filmmaker and playwright Mike Leigh and actress Lesley Manville discuss their film Another Year (2010), the latest one in their three-decade collaboration. The film, a tragi-comedy, depicts late middle-aged life in North London through a sequence of visits by Mary (Manville) to see her friends Tom and Gerri, a mostly contented couple. In the interview, Leigh and Manville discuss the process of collaboration; the rapport they have built up over the years; the dynamic in Another Year between the supposed happy couple—Tom and Gerri—and the lonely Mary; and the reasons why the film has its particular collection of themes, among other things.

Kemp, Philip.
"Another Year" Sight & Sound, December 2010, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p55-56, 2p
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McFarlane, Brian.
"Reality: Isn't What It Used to Be." Screen Education, Autumn2012, Issue 65, p108-118, 11p
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The article provides information on the alterations in the portrayal of real lives on screen. It mentions that It states that it might be useful briefly regard what British cinema of the 1930s was like to fully appreciate the kind of realism represented in its time by David Lean's "Brief Encounter." It states that the kind of realism shown in Mike Leigh's "Another Year" has frequently had to embrace an anarchic elements of style.

Noh, David.
"Another Year" Film Journal International, December 2010, Vol. 113 Issue 12, p64-65, 2p
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Taubin, Amy
"The Best of Possible Worlds." Film Comment; January/February 2011, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p38-47, 7p
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White, Rob.
"Homesickness." Film Quarterly, Spring 2011, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p4-6, 3p
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Happy-go-lucky

Calhoun, Dave.
"She Comes in Colours" Sight and Sound 18. 5 (May 2008): 16-20.

Murray, Jonathan.
"Happy-go-lucky" Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 33. 4 (Fall 2008): 52-53, 55.
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Quart, Leonard
"Being Positive: An Interview with Mike Leigh." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 54, 2008 Fall
Writer-director Mike Leigh is interviewed with a focus on his film "Happy-Go-Lucky." Leigh notes how all his movies have "a balance between the comic and pathetic" and discusses his desire to "explore a cheerful character who looks at life optimistically."

Taubin, Amy.
"Happy-go-lucky" Film Comment 44. 5 (Sep 2008): 68-69.
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High Hopes

Cardullo, Bert
"Sexual Politics, European Style and the American Way." Hudson Review, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 106-14, 1990 Spring

Cornut-Gentille D'Arcy, Chantal.
"Everything You Always Hated about Thatcher's Britain: A Cultural Analysis of Mike Leigh's High Hopes (1988)." Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies, vol. 28, pp. 25-42, 2003

Ellickson, Lee; Porton, Richard
"I Find the Tragicomic Things in Life: An Interview with Mike Leigh." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 10-17, 1994

Mota, Miguel.
"Mike Leigh's High Hopes: Troubling Home In Thatcher's Britain." Film Criticism; Spring2008, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p24-40, 17p
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Naked

Domino, Anna
"Pricks in December: Mike Leigh's Naked." Bright Lights Film Journal, vol. 54, 2006 Nov

Godfrey, Sarah.
"Villainous Victims: The Paradox of the 'Damaged' Man in Naked and Nil by Mouth." eSharp: Electronic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts Review for Postgraduates, vol. 9, 2007 Spring

Killeen, Padraic.
"Stained flesh - Ireland as idyll/damp patch in Mike Leigh's Naked." Irish Studies Review, Feb2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p75-86, 12p
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Medhurst, Andy
"Mike Leigh: Beyond Embarrassment." Sight and Sound, vol. 3, no. 11, pp. 6-10, 1993 Nov
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Mota, Miguel.
"Mike Leigh's High Hopes: Troubling Home in Thatcher's Britain." Film Criticism 32. 3 (2008 Spring): 24-40.
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Paletz, Gabriel M.; Paletz, David L.
" Mike Leigh's "Naked" Truth." Film Criticism; Winter94/95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p23-39, 17pPaletz, Gabriel M.
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Smith, Gavin.
"Wasteland picaresque." Film Comment 29. 6 (Nov 1993): 72.
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Watts, Carol
"Mike Leigh's Naked and the Gestic Economy of Cinema." Women: A Cultural Review, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 271-78, 1996 WinterWatts, Carol

Secrets & Lies

Ansen, David.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) Newsweek v128, n14 (Sept 30, 1996):74 (2 pages).

Armstrong, Richard.
"The Shock of Otherness Secrets & Lies." Screen Education, 2005, Issue 38, p111-114, 4p
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Blake, Richard A.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) America v175, n14 (Nov 9, 1996):22 (2 pages).

Corliss, Richard.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) Time v148, n16 (Sept 30, 1996):66 (3 pages).

Denby, David.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) New York v29, n38 (Sept 30, 1996):46 (2 pages).

Jaehne, Karen.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) Film Quarterly v51, n3 (Spring, 1998):52 (5 pages).

Jones, Edward Trostle.
"Reinterpreting the Family: Life Is Sweet and Secrets & Lies." In: All or nothing : the cinema of Mike Leigh / Edward Trostle Jones. New York : P. Lang, c2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 J66 2004

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) New Republic v215, n14 (Sept 30, 1996):30 (2 pages).

Klawans, Stuart.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) Nation v263, n10 (Oct 7, 1996):34 (3 pages).

Macnab, Geoffrey.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v6, n6 (June, 1996):51 (2 pages).
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Maslin, Janet.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) New York Times v145 (Fri, Sept 27, 1996):C1(N), C1(L), col 1, 26 col in.

Porton, Richard.
"Secrets & Lies." (movie reviews) Cineaste v22, n4 (Fall, 1996):51 (3 pages).
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Roddick, Nick.
"Secrets and Lies." Sight and Sound 7. 8 (Aug 1997): 33.
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Trainer, Adam
"'The Business of Living': "Secrets & Lies"" Screen Education 36 (2004): 127-129.
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Travers, Peter.
"Secrets and Lies." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n745 (Oct 17, 1996):142 (2 pages).

Topsy-Turvey

Dixon, Wheeler Winston.
"Mike Leigh, Topsy-Turvy and the Excavation of Memory" Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 37, 2005 Oct-Dec
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Jones, Edward Trostle.
"Homage to and Deconstruction of the Heritage Film: Topsy-Turvy." In: All or nothing : the cinema of Mike Leigh / Edward Trostle Jones. New York : P. Lang, c2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.L445 J66 2004

Medhurst, Andy.
"Topsy-turvy." Sight & Sound, March 2000, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p36-55, 3p
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Porton, Richard.
"Topsy-Turvey" Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 25. 2 (Mar 2000): 57-59.
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Rapfogel, Jared.
"Topsy-turvy." Film Quarterly, Fall 2000, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p39-41, 3p
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Simon, John.
"Topsy-Turvey" National Review, January 24 2000, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p59-60, 2p
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Williams, Carolyn,
"Intimacy and Theatricality: Mike Leigh's Topsy-Turvy." Victorian Literature and Culture, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 471-476, 2000
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Vera Drake

Ali, Khalid
"Vera Drake." BMJ: British Medical Journal, Vol. 329, No. 7474 (Nov. 6, 2004), p. 1107
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Brooke, Stephen
"Mike Leigh and Simon Channing-Williams. Vera Drake: Wife, Mother, Criminal." The American Historical Review, Vol. 110, No. 1 (February 2005), pp. 227-228
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Denby, David.
"Playing Parts" The New Yorker 80. 30 (Oct 11, 2004): 102-103.
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Gilbey, Ryan.
"Vera Drake." Sight & Sound, Jan2005, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p71-72, 2p
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Hardy, Molly O'Hagan.
"Gendered trauma in Mike Leigh's Vera Drake (2004)." Studies in European Cinema, 2006, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p211-221, 11p
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Lawrenson, Edward.
"Backstreet Revisited" Sight and Sound 15. 1 (Jan 2005): 12-15.
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Murphy, Robert.
"50s Britain On Film: Crime and Passion." Sight and Sound 15. 1 (Jan 2005): 16.
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Murphy compares Mike Leigh's "Vera Drake" to several other films shot against the backdrop of 1950s England, pointing out differences and similarities.

Quart, Leonard.
"Social Realist Poetry: An Interview with Mike Leigh." Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 30. 1 (Winter 2004): 37.
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Director Mike Leigh is interviewed about his feature "Vera Drake," about a 1950s-era abortionist in North London, England, with focus on any message he was trying to convey about families and social classes during the period.

Rooney, David.
"Vera Drake." Variety 396. 4 (Sep 13, 2004-Sep 19, 2004): 43-44.
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Smith, Murray.
"Film Art, Argument, and Ambiguity." Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism, Winter2006, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p33-42, 10p
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"The article explores the interrelationship among film art, argument and ambiguity. It proposes ways by which films and filmmaking may be aligned with philosophy, through reductive and expansive strategies. In Stephen Mulhall's book "On Film", he suggested some kind of open border between philosophy and literature, focusing on Hollywood narrative films like Mike Leigh's "Vera Drake," and Chris Marker's "Sans soleil," among others." [EBSCO]

Sterritt, David.
"For Director Mike Leigh, the Personal and Political are One and the Same." Chronicle of Higher Education, 10/8/2004, Vol. 51 Issue 7, pB15-B16, 2p
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Yacowar, Maurice.
"Vera Drake (Mike Leigh, 2004), Alfie (Lewis Gilbert, 1966), and Alfie (Charles Shyer, 2004)." International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 2005, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p234-237, 4p
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Richard Lester

Brosnan, J.
"Lester's progress." Sight & Sound Vol LII nr 3 (Summer 1983); p 194-198.
R.L. discusses his films, his successes and failures.

Gow, Gordon
"The pleasure in the terror of the game." Films & Filming Vol XXI nr 1 (Oct 1974); p 10-15.
R.L. talks about his career and films.

Monaco, James
"Some late clues to the Lester direction: a new look at the director." Film Comment Vol X nr 3 (May-June 1974); p 24-31.
Biographic information on Richard Lester and analyses of his major films

Rosenfeldt, Diane.
Richard Lester: a guide to references and resources / Diane Rosenfeldt. Boston: G. K. Hall, c1978. Reference publication in film.
Main Stack PN1998.A3L4797 NRLF #: B 3 569 688

Sinyard, Neil.
The films of Richard Lester. Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble, 1985.
Main Stack PN1998.A3.L4798 1985b

Tonguette, Peter
"Richard Lester." (Great Directors - a Critical Databas)Senses of Cinema
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Hard Days Night

The Beatles in Richard Lester's A hard day's night: a complete pictorial record of the movie
Editor, J. Philip Di Franco ... New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1977. Lester, Richard, 1932
Main Stack PN1997.H2593.B4

Corliss, Richard
"A hard day's night: ten years after." Film Comment Vol X nr 3 (May-June 1974); p 25.
Personal recollections of the experience of seeing "A hard day's night" in 1964 and in 1974

Hampton, Howard
"Scorpio descending. In search of rock cinema." Film Comment Vol XXXIII nr 2 (Mar-Apr 1997); p 36-42.
On the troubled relationship of rock music and the cinema; discusses the use of rock films such as "Mean streets", "Easy rider", "A hard day's night" and other musical and non-musical films.

Hanke, Ken
"The British film invasion of the 1960s." Films in Review Vol XL nr 4 (Apr 1989); p 212-219.
Part one of a survey of 1960's British films imported to the USA focuses on "A hard day's night" and "French dressing".

Rolston, Lorraine.
A hard day's night : director, Richard Lester / note by Lorraine Rolston and Andy Murray. Harlow : Longman ; London : York Press, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.H2593 R65 2001

Savage, Jon
"Snapshots of the sixties." Sight & Sound Vol III nr 5 (May 1993); p 14-18.
Discussion of the lasting influence of 1960's pop culture on British life and cinema, referring primarily to "A hard day's night" and "Performance"; plus the reminiscences of pop singer-turned-actor Paul Jones on the production of "Privilege".

Steyn, Mark .
"A Hard Day's Night." (Review) Spectator April 14, 2001 v286 i9010 p43

Petulia

Combs, Richard
"Petulia: blood, glass & feathers." (Review) Film Comment Jan 1999 v35 i1 p54(1)
Includes interviews with Richard Lester and Antony Gibbs.

Craig, J. Robert.
"The National Psyche and the Search for Meaning in Richard Lester's 'Petulia'." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. 9(1-2):59-64. 1989 Mar.

Palmer, M.C..
"Temporal disjunction and alternating syntagma in 'Petulia'." Film Criticism Vol IV nr 1 (Fall 1979); p 65-73.
A semiological analysis of 'Petulia'.

Ken Loach

Agent of challenge and defiance: the films of Ken Loach
Edited by George McKnight. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997. Contributions to the study of popular culture ; no. 64
Main Stack PN1998.3.L6.A75 1997

Beaufort, Alexandra
"Ken Loach:Constructing Individuals: Questions of existentialism, happiness, gender and individual / collective construction."

Clark, Romy
"From Text to Performance: Interpretation or Traduction? Trevor Griffiths' Fatherland, as Directed by Ken Loach." Language and Literature: Journal of the Poetics and Linguistics Association, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 99-123, June 1999.

Doubleday, Simon
"Ken Loach and the cinema of social conscience." In: The political legacy of Margaret Thatcher / edited by Stanislao Pugliese. London: Politico's, 2003.
Main Stack DA589.7.P655 2003

Elstob, Kevin
"Some Thoughts on Naturalism, Impressionism and Emile Zola in the Cinema of Mike Leigh and Ken Loach." Excavatio: Emile Zola and Naturalism, vol. 11, pp. 167-81, 1998

Forsyth, Scott.
"Making and remaking class in Ken Loach's recent films." CineAction 61 (Spring 2003): 66(2).

Hacker, Jonathan.
"Ken Loach." In: Take ten: contemporary British film directors / Jonathan Hacker and David Price. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1998.2.H33 1991

Hayward, Anthony.
Which side are you on?: Ken Loach and his films London: Bloomsbury, 2004.
MAIN: PN1998.3.L62 H39 2004
PFA: PN1998.3.L62 H39 2005

Hill, John
"Every fuckin' choice stinks." (UK's most political filmmaker Ken Loach's career) Sight and Sound Nov 1998 v8 i11 p18(4)
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"UK motion picture director Ken Loach has gained international acclaim in Europe both in quantity and quality. Therefore, it is unusual that Loach is not so popular in the UK. This may be due to Loach's focus on the same political and cinematic issues of the difficulties being faced by the working class. His latest work, 'My Name Is Joe,' the main protagonist manages a local football team which has no ambitions of ever becoming a successful team. Playing football merely serves as a brief respite from the drudgery of their lowly social status." [Expanded Academic Index]

Hill, John
"Routes Irish: 'Irishness', 'authenticity' and the working class in the films of Ken Loach." Irish Studies Review, Feb2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p99-109, 11p
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Kelly, Richard
"Ken Loach: A Class Act." Sight & Sound, Nov2007, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p30-33, 4p
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Kelly, Richard
"'We shouldn't be doing this'?The Navigators: Stories from the Trackside." Critical Quarterly Volume 44 Page 119 - April 2002
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Leigh, Jacob.
The cinema of Ken Loach: art in the service of the people / Jacob Leigh. London ; New York: Wallflower Press, 2002. Directors' cuts.
Main Stack PN1998.3.L6.L45 2002

Loach, Ken
"Death of a nation." In: Film-makers on film-making / edited by John Boorman and Walter Donohue. London: Faber and Faber, 1996. Projections (London, England) ; 5.
Main Stack PN1994.F43912 1996

Loach, Ken
Loach on Loach / edited by Graham Fuller. London: Faber and Faber, 1998.
Main Stack PN1998.3.L6.A35 1998

Matthews, Philip
"The revolution will be filmed." (The arts)(filmmaker Ken Loach is discussed) World Press Review Feb 2003 v50 i2 p40(2)

Newsinger, John.
"Scenes from the class war: Ken Loach and socialist cinema." International Socialism, no. 83 (Summer, 1999): 155-67

Papadopoulos, Theodoros.
"On media, culture and the prospects for a new liberatory project: an interview with Ken Loach." Democracy & Nature, 5, no. 1 (Mar, 1999): 27-32
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Petley, Julian.
"Interview with Ken Loach." Framework: The Journal of Cinema & Media, 1982, Issue 18, p9-12, 4p
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Porton, Richard.
"The Revolution Betrayed: An Interview with Ken Loach." Cineaste. 22(1):30-31. 1996
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Quart, Leonard.
"A Fidelity to the Real: An Interview with Ken Loach and Tony Garnett." Cineaste, Fall80, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p26-29, 4p

Riding, Alan .
"An unrepentant leftist moves back into sight." (filmmaker Ken Loach) The New York Times June 14, 1998 v147 s2 pAR13(N) pAR13(L) col 3 (39 col in)

Rousselet, Francis.
Ken Loach, un rebelle Paris: Cerf ; Conde-sur-Noireau: Corlet, 2002.
MAIN: PN1998.3.L6 R68 2002

Ryan, Susan. Porton, Richard.
"The Politics of Everyday Life: An Interview with Ken Loach." Cineaste. 24(1):22-27. 1998
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" Filmmaker Ken Loach claims that his new film, 'My Name is Joe,' tries to avoid the usual cliches about drugs and alcoholism. To achieve complete authenticity, he says that he used nonprofessional actors who all come from Glasgow. Called as a 'realist' director, Loach contends that he does not think about this label because he simply tries to find a good story and determine how to best tell it. He does admit to being impressed by Italian neorealist films." [Expanded Academic Index]

Scott, A.O.
"Ken Loach: Still Driving On the Left." (Arts and Leisure Desk)(Interview) The New York Times May 18, 2003 pAR15 col 01

Slaughter, Jane
"Revolution is a pregnant cow' - a conversation with filmmaker Ken Loach." (Interview) . The Progressive July 1996 v60 n7 p30(2)
Loach has won numerous awards for his films on controversial topics such as the Irish Republican Army, child welfare, Margaret Thatcher, and Nicaragua. He is proud to provide an alternative to escapist, mass-audience films. His next release is 'Land and Freedom: A Story from the Spanish Revolution.'

Bread and Roses

Boyd, Herb.
"Underground Hollywood: Review of "Secrets of Silicon Valley" and "Bread and Roses" New Labor Forum. Dec 31, 2001. p. 106
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Laverty, Paul; Saunders, Frances Stonor.
"Taken to the cleaners." New Statesman; 04/23/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4534, p38, 3p,
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Matthews, Peter.
"Bread and Roses.(Review)." Sight and Sound 11.5 (May 2001): 36(4).

Miller, Keith.
"Bread and Roses.(motion picture)(Review)." TLS. Times Literary Supplement 5118 (May 4, 2001): 7(1).

Quart, Leonard, and William Kornblum.
"Documenting workers.(workers on film)." Dissent 48.4 (Fall 2001): 117(4).
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Rodriguez, Rene.
"Bread and Roses Highlights Working Immigrants." Hispanic, May2001, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p92
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Ruiz, Vicki L.
"Bread and Roses.(Movie Review)." Labor History 43.4 (Nov 2002): 583(2).
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Land and Freedom

Spanish Civil War film bibliography

Cardullo, Robert James. "Lands of the free." The Hudson Review 49.n4 (Wntr 1997): 637(8).
Italian director Gianni Amelio and British director Ken Loach marry the themes of communism, neorealism and illusion in their films 'Lamerica,' and 'Land and Freedom.' Loach's film is concerned with the humble man's experience of war and presents war as a means of establishing a communist utopia. Amelio focuses on the conflict between common people and the external societal forces that determine their existence. Protagonists of both the films undertake a literal and spiritual journey. Stories, acting and treatment of the film is discussed.

Christie, Ian.
"Film for a Spanish Republic."(critical analysis of the film 'Land and freedom' by Ken Loach) Sight and Sound v5, n10 (Oct, 1995):36 (2 pages).
"'Land and Freedom,' a film based on the Spanish Civil War, has confirmed the position of Ken Loach as Britain's greatest film maker of the contemporary era. This is Loach's first European co-production. Like most of his earlier films, in 'Land and Freedom,' also, there is a close interaction between the personal and the political. There has been no attempt to romanticize the Spanish landscape and all through the film it remains an area for action." [Expanded Academic Index]

Cole, Stephen.
"Land and Freedom." American Historical Review 101.n4 (Oct 1996): 1152(3).
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Jaafar, Ali
"Spanish Affair: Interview with Ken Loach." Sight & Sound v. ns15 no. 5 (May 2005) p. 87
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" In an interview, film director Ken Loach talks about the DVD release of his celebrated 1995 Spanish civil war biopic, Land and Freedom. Among other things, he discusses the genesis of the film, whether he sees it as radicalizing a modern audience, and how difficult it was to maintain the balance in the movie between conveying the film's politics and driving the story forward." [Art Index]

Lannon, Frances.
"Land and Freedom: A Story from the Spanish Revolution." TLS. Times Literary Supplement n4829 (Oct 20, 1995 n4829): 20(1).

Munton, Alan
"How Gender Serves Trotskyism: The Spanish Civil War in Ken Loach's Land and Freedom." In: Gender and warfare in the twentieth century: textual representations / edited by Angela K. Smith. Manchester ; New York: Manchester University Press: distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2004.
Main Stack PN56.W3.G46 2004

Navarro, Vicente.
"Fascism and antifascism: yesterday and today. (influences of the Spanish Civil War)." Monthly Review 47.n8 (Jan 1996): 14(16).
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Pilard, Philippe.
Land and freedom: Ken Loach: etude critique / de Philippe Pilard. Paris: Nathan, c1997. Synopsis (Paris, France) ; 30.
Main Stack PN1998.3.L6.P54 1997

Steyn, Mark.
"Land and Freedom." Spectator 275.n8726 (Oct 14, 1995): 56(1).

Wayne, Mike.
"Pan-European Cinema: Land and Freedom." In: The politics of contemporary European cinema : histories, borders, diasporas / Mike Wayne. Bristol, UK ; Portland, Or. : Intellect Books, 2002.
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Sweet Sixteen

Bromley, R.,
"Sweet Sixteen." Cineaste v. 28 no. 4 (Fall 2003) p. 48-50
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"A review of Sweet Sixteen, a film directed by Ken Loach. In this film, Loach focuses on a disadvantaged fraction of the working class in Greenock, Scotland, tracing the weeks leading up to a boy's sixteenth birthday and his mother's release from prison. The narrative centers on the relationships between the boy and his sister, friend, and mother--a dialectic of mutuality and alienation, love and dependence. Loach reveals the hidden injuries and brutalities of class in the early days of the new century--physical, emotional, social, and spiritual damage." [Art Index]

Matthews, P.
"Sweet Sixteen." Sight & Sound v. ns12 no. 10 (October 2002) p. 54, 56
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"Loach's latest film is so classical an instance of his committed realist cinema that it is practically a curriculum vitae. The film is able to induce scalding tears because it offers a plain and inescapable perception of how material force operates to maim the soul of the individual, none of which would be possible without the observational skills that the director has been honing for close to four decades." [Art Index]

Miller, Keith.
"Sweet Sixteen.(Movie Review)." TLS. Times Literary Supplement 5195 (Oct 25, 2002): 20(1).

Stone, Alan A.
"Sweet Sixteen." Psychiatric Times (April 1, 2004): 22.

The Wind that Shakes the Barley

Archibald, David.
"Correcting Historical Lies: An Interview with Ken Loach and Paul Laverty." Cineaste, Spring2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p26-30, 5p
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Beck, Bernard.
"Reaping the Whirlwind: The Wind That Shakes the Barley, Liberation and After in the Movies." Multicultural Perspectives, 2008, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p24-26, 3p
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Crowdus, Gary.
"The Wind That Shakes the Barley." Cineaste, Spring2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p55-57, 3p
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Garcia, Maria.
"The Wind that Shakes the Barley." Film Journal International, Apr2007, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p119-120, 2p
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Kao, Wei H.
"Irish Pride and Disgrace in Recent Films: Ken Loach and Paul Greengrass." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, vol. 97, no. 387, pp. 333-342, 2008 Autumn

Lawrenson, Edward
"The Wind That Shakes the Barley." Sight and Sound 16:7 (July 2006) p. 46-47, 83
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Morris, Catherine
"A Contested Life: James Connolly in the Twenty-First Century." Interventions: The International Journal of Postcolonial Studies; Mar2008, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p102-115, 14p

Ó Drisceoil, Donal.
"Framing the Irish revolution: Ken Loach's {The Wind That Shakes the Barley}." Radical History Review, no. 104 (Spring, 2009): 5-15
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Smith, Damon.
"Our Time of Troubles: Interview with Ken Loach." Bright Lights Film Journal, May2007 Issue 56, p16-16, 1p

Joseph Losey

Apple R.W. Jr.
"Joseph Losey, film director blacklisted in 1950's, dies at 75." (obituary) The New York Times June 23, 1984 v133 p32(N) p29(L) col 3

Buhle, Paul
"The Lucid Outsider: Joseph Losey." In: Hide in plain sight : the Hollywood blacklistees in film and television, 1950-2002 / Paul Buhle and Dave Wagner. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

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Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1590.B5 B84 2003

Moffitt PN1590.B5 B84 2003

Cacqueray, Elizabeth de.
"Constructions of Women in British Cinema: From Losey/Pinter's Modernism, to the Postmodernism of Frears/Kureishi." Caliban. 32:109-20. 1995. Toulouse, France

Callahan, Dan
"Joseph Losey." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. [Obituary]

Caute, David -
Joseph Losey: a revenge on life / David Caute. London ; Boston: Faber, 1994.
Main Stack PN1998.3.L68.C38 1994

"Dialogue on film: Joseph Losey."
American Film Vol VI nr 2 (Nov 1980); p 53-60
J.L. talks about his career and films. Article Type: Article; Illustrations; Filmography

Dibbern, Doug
"The Violent Poetry of the Time: The Politics of History in Daniel Mainwaring and Joseph Losey's The Lawless." In: "Un-American" Hollywood : politics and film in the blacklist era / edited by Frank Krutnik ... [et al.]. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2007.
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Gardner, Geoff.
"Unkind Cuts: Joseph Losey's Eve." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. 18:(no pagination). 2002 Jan-Feb

Gardner, Colin Raymond.
Time without pity: Immanence and contradiction in the films of Joseph Losey (Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1997)
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Gillett, John and Houston, Penelope
"Conversations with Nicholas Ray and Joseph Losey." Sight and Sound 30:4 [Autumn 1961] p. 182

Hirsch, Foster.
Joseph Losey / Foster Hirsch Boston: Twayne, 1980 (Series: Twayne's theatrical arts series)
Main Stack PN1998.A3.L564

Houston, Beverle; Kinder, Marsha
"The Losey-Pinter Collaboration." Film Quarterly, Vol. 32, No. 1, 20th Anniversary Issue (Autumn, 1978), pp. 17-30
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"Joseph Losey." Positif nr 293-294 (July-Aug 1985); p 2-62
Articles and interviews to commemorate the death of J.L. in June 1984, by some of his colleagues. [in French]

Leahy, James.
The cinema of Joseph Losey. London, A. Zwemmer; New York, A. S. Barnes, 1967. International film guide series
Main Stack PN1998.A3.L58 L4 NRLF #: $B 384 395

Leahy, James.
"Losey Revisited." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. 21:(no pagination). 2002 July-Aug
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Losey, Joseph.
Conversations with Losey / Michel Ciment. London ; New York, NY: Methuen, 1985.
Main Stack PN1998.A3.L62 1985
Moffitt PN1998.A3.L62 1985

Losey, Joseph.
Le livre de Losey: entretiens avec le cineaste / Michel Ciment [Paris]: Stock, c1979 (Series: Collection Cinema)
Main Stack PN1998.A3.L55 NRLF #: $B 184 942

Losey, Joseph.
Losey on Losey; edited and introduced by Tom Milne. London, Secker & Warburg in association with the British Film Institute, 1967. Cinema one, 2
Main Stack PN1993.C45 v.2

Losey, Joseph.
Losey on Losey. Edited and introduced by Tom Milne Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1968 (Series: Cinema world, 2)
Moffitt PN1998.A3L56 1968

"Losey, Joseph." (obituary)
Current Biography August 1984 v45 p45(1)

McCarthy, Todd
Joseph Losey dies at 75, worked in Europe after blacklist." Variety Vol CCCXV nr 9 (June 27 1984); p 4,28

Neve, Brian
"From Exile to Expatriate: Class and Genre in Joseph Losey's Early British Films." In: Border crossings : mapping identities in modern Europe / Peter Wagstaff, ed. Oxford ; New York : Peter Lang, c2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.3.E85 B67 2004

Palmer, James
The films of Joseph Losey / James Palmer, Michael Riley. Cambridge [England] ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Cambridge film classics.
Main Stack PN1998.3.L68.P35 1993
Moffitt PN1998.3.L68.P35 1993

Phillips, Gene D.
"Hollywood exile: an interview with Joseph Losey." Journal of Popular Film and Television Vol V nr 1 (1976); p 29-36
American-born director J.L. discusses his more recent films including 'Galileo' and 'Monsieur Klein'.

Phillips, Gene D.
"Joseph Losey: decline and fall." In: Major film directors of the American and British cinema / Gene D. Phillips. Rev. ed. Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1999.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P55 1999

Prime, Rebecca
"'The Old Bogey': The Hollywood Blacklist in Europe." Film History, Vol. 20, No. 4, Politics and Film (2008), pp. 474-486
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Ratner, Megan.
"Eve: Sinfully Underrated." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. 18:(no pagination). 2002 Jan-Feb
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Rissient, Pierre
Losey. Paris, Editions universitaires, 1966. Classiques du cinema, 22
Main Stack PN1993.C5 v.22

Roud, Richard
"The reluctant exile." Sight & Sound Vol XLVIII nr 3 (Summer 1979); p 145-147,153
Losey discusses his experiences in Britain, from the time he arrived in 1951 until he left in 1974.

Sinyard, Neil.
"Intimate stranger: the early British films of Joseph Losey." In: British cinema of the 1950s : a celebration / edited by Ian MacKillop and Neil Sinyard. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2003.
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Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 M263 2003

Weiss, James
"Screenwriters, critics and ambiguity: an interview with Joseph Losey." Cineaste Vol XIII nr 1 (1983); p 46-47
J.L. comments on his films and on his association with various screenwriters

Accident

Dixon, Wheeler Winston
"The Eternal Summer of Joseph Losey and Harold Pinter's Accident." In: The films of Harold Pinter / edited by Steven H. Gale. Albany : State University of New York Press, c2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR6066.I53 .Z6454 2001
Pacific Film Archive PR6066.I53 .Z6454 2001

Kernan, Margot S.
"Accident by Joseph Losey." Film Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 4 (Summer, 1967), pp. 60-63
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The Go-Between

Grossvogel, D. I.
"Under the Sign of Symbols: Losey and Hartley." Diacritics Vol. 4, No. 3 (Autumn, 1974), pp. 51-56
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Jordan, Rene
"The Go-Between by Joseph Losey." Film Quarterly Vol. 25, No. 3 (Spring, 1972), pp. 37-41
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Kobus, Isabel
"The Interdependence of Verbal and Non-Verbal Elements in Joseph Losey's Film The Go-Between." In: Orality, literacy, and modern media / edited by Dietrich Scheunemann. Columbia, SC : Camden House, c1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks P91 .O73 1996

Mr. Klein

Mayer, Peter
""Mr. Klein" and the Other." Film Quarterly Vol. 34, No. 2 (Winter, 1980-1981), pp. 35-39
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The Servant

Houston, B.; Kinder, Marsha.
"The Losey-Pinter collaboration." Film Quarterly Vol XXXIII nr 1 (Fall 1978); p 17-30

James, Nick; Christie, Ian; Stevens, Brad; Cave, Dylan.
"Joseph Losey, Harold Pinter, in Search of Pshlust Times." Sight & Sound, Jun2009, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p30-40, 7p
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Sutpen, Tom.
"Class Dismissed: Revisiting Losey and pinter's misunderstood masterpiece, The Servant: They also serve who only stand and annihilate." Bright Lights Film Journal, May2005, Issue 48, p111-115, 5p

Time Without Pity

Sinyard, Neil.
"Intimate stranger: the early British films of Joseph Losey." In: British cinema of the 1950s : a celebration / edited by Ian MacKillop and Neil Sinyard. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY, USA : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2003. Full text available online [UCB users only] Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 M263 2003

Sally Potter

Columpar, Corinn.
"The Dancing Body: Sally Potter as a Feminist Auteure." In: Women filmmakers : refocusing / edited by Jacqueline Levitin, Judith Plessis, and Valerie Raoul. Vancouver : UBC Press, 2002.
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Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.W6 W655 2003

Donohue, Walter.
"Immortal Longing: Walter Donohue Talks with Sally Potter." In: Film/literature/heritage / edited by Ginette Vincendeau. pp: 57-6 London: British Film Institute, 2001.1 Sight and sound reader.
Main Stack PN1995.3.F54 2001

Ehrenstein, David.
"Out of the Wilderness: An Interview with Sally Potter." Film Quarterly. 47(1):2-7. 1993 Fall
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Fischer, Lucy
"Sally Potter." In: Women and experimental filmmaking / edited by Jean Petrolle and Virginia Wright Wexman. Urbana : University of Illinois, c2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.E96 W66 2005

Florence, Penny.
"A Conversation with Sally Potter." Screen. 34(3):275-84. 1993 Autumn
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Fowler, Catherine
"Cinefeminism in Its Middle Ages, or 'Please, Please, Please Give Me Back My Pleasure': The 1990s Work of Sally Potter, Chantal Akerman, and Yvonne Rainer." In: Women filmmakers : refocusing / edited by Jacqueline Levitin, Judith Plessis, and Valerie Raoul. Vancouver : UBC Press, 2002.
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Fowler, Catherine
Sally Potter / Catherine Fowler. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P68 F69 2009

Frilot, Shari; Potter, Sally
"Sally Potter." BOMB, No. 44 (Summer, 1993), pp. 30-35
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MacDonald, Scott.
"Interview with Sally Potter." Camera Obscura. 35:187-220. 1995 May
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MacDonald, Scott.
"Interview with Sally Potter." Camera Obscura, May 1995, Issue 35, p186-220, 35p
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MacDonald, Scott.
"Sally Potter." In: A critical cinema: interviews with independent filmmakers / Scott MacDonald. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1988-c1992.
Main Stack PN1995.9.E96.M341 1988
Moffitt PN1995.9.E96.M34 1988 Library has: [1]-2 (c1988-c1992)

Mayer, Sophie
The cinema of Sally Potter : a politics of love / Sophie Mayer. London ; New York : Wallflower Press, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P68 M39 2009

Radkiewicz, Malgorzata.
"Searching for a Way of Expression: Analysis of Selected Films by Jane Campion, Sally Potter, and Ulrike Ottinger." In: Gender in film and the media: East-West dialogues / Elzbieta H. Oleksy, Elzbieta Ostrowska, Michael Stevenson (eds.) pp: 17-26. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S47.G46 2000

Swanson, Gillian; Moy-Thomas, Lucy
"Interview with Sally Potter." In: The Undercut reader : critical writings on artists' film and video / edited by Nina Danino & Michael Mazière. London : Wallflower, 2003.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.E96 U52 2003
Pacific Film Archive PN1995.9.E96 U52 2003

Orlando

Barrett, Eileen.
"Response: Decamping Sally Potter's Orlando." In: Re: reading, re: writing, re: teaching Virginia Woolf: selected papers from the Fourth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, June 9-12, 1994 / edited by Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. pp: 197-99. New York: Pace University Press; Lanham, MD: Distributed by University Pub. Associates, 1995.
UCB Main PR6045.O72 Z5787 1994

Canby, VIncent
"Orlando." (Living Arts Pages)_(movie reviews) The New York Times March 19, 1993 v142 pB10(N) pC1(L) col 4

Ciecko, Anne.
"Transgender, Transgenre, and the Transnational: Sally Potter's Orlando." Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film & Television, Spring98, Issue 41, p19-34, 16p
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Corliss, Richard
"A film of one's own." (director Sally Potter) Time June 7, 1993 v141 n23 p63(1) (980 words)
"Sally Potter's film 'Orlando,' based on the book by Virginia Woolf, deals with the theme of androgyny in the form of a immortal who becomes a woman after living 200 years as a man. The roles of Orlando and Lady Orlando are played by an actress, Tilda Swinton." [Expanded Academic Index]

Degli-Esposti, Cristina.
"Sally Potter's Orlando and the Neo-Baroque Scopic Regime." Cinema Journal vol. 36 no. 1. 1996 Fall. pp: 75-93.
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Doty, Kathleen L.
"Performing Gender: The Semiotics of the Body in Three Recent Films." In" Semiotics around the world: synthesis in diversity: proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Berkeley, 1994 / edited by Irmengard Rauch, Gerald F. Carr. pp: 921-24. Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1997. Series title: Approaches to semiotics; 126.
UCB Main P99 .I57 1994 v.1-2 (1997)

Dowell, Pat.
"Demystifying traditional notions of gender: an interview with Sally Potter." (Interview) Cineaste v20, n1 (Wntr, 1993):16 (2 pages).

Dowell, Pat.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) Cineaste v20, n1 (Wntr, 1993):36 (2 pages).

Duguid, Lindsay.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) TLS. Times Literary Supplement, n4694 (March 19, 1993):19.

Ehrenstein, David.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) Advocate, n630 (June 1, 1993):71 (2 pages).

Ehrenstein, David.
"Out of the Wilderness: An Interview with Sally Potter." Film Quarterly vol. 47 no. 1. 1993 Fall. pp: 2-7.
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Director Sally Potter has finally received recognition from critics and the public with her film 'Orlando,' the story of an Elizabethan man who lives 400 years, changing gender along the way. Sexuality and gender are also important themes in Potter's film, 'The Gold Diggers.'.

Ferriss, Suzanne; Waites, Kathleen
"Unclothing gender: the postmodern sensibility in Sally Potter's 'Orlando'." Literature-Film Quarterly April 1999 v27 i2 p110(6)
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"Sally Potter's film adaptation of Virginia Woolf's 'Orlando' highlights the postmodern elements in the novel, producing an engaging look at gender and identity. Postmodern techniques employed in the film include non-linear and self-conscious narratives, parody, and lavish visual effects. In this way, the film breaks down traditional gendered identity and linear history, revealing them to be social constructs." {Expanded Academic Index]

Glaessner, Verina.
"Fire and Ice." Sight and Sound 1992 Aug. pp: 13-15.

Hankins, Leslie K.
"Redirections: Challenging the Class Axe and Lesbian Erasure in Potter's Orlando." In: Re: reading, re: writing, re: teaching Virginia Woolf: selected papers from the Fourth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, June 9-12, 1994 / edited by Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. pp: 168-84. New York: Pace University Press; Lanham, MD: Distributed by University Pub. Associates, 1995.
UCB Main PR6045.O72 Z5787 1994

Hollinger, Karen; Winterhalter, Teresa
"Orlando's sister, or Sally Potter does Virginia Woolf in a voice of her own." Style (Northern Illinois Univ., DeKalb) (35:2) Summer 2001 , 237-257
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"Immortal longing." (interview with Sally Potter, maker of the film 'Orlando') (Interview)
Sight and Sound v3, n3 (March, 1993):10 (3 pages).

Imre, A.
"Twin Pleasures of Feminism: Orlando Meets My Twentieth Century." Camera Obscura, 2003; 18: 177 - 211.
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Indiana, Gary.
"Spirits either sex assume." (interview with film director Sally Potter) Artforum v31, n10 (Summer, 1993):88 (4 pages).

Johnson, Brian D.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) Maclean's v106, n29 (July 19, 1993):43.

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) New Republic v208, n26 (June 28, 1993):26 (2 pages).

Klawans, Stuart.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) Nation v257, n2 (July 12, 1993):77 (3 pages).

Lane, Christina.
"The Compromised Sexual Positioning of Orlando : Postmodern Play in Gender and Filmic Conventions." Australian Screen Education, Spring2003, Issue 32, p95, 4p

Levine, Michael L.
"Orlando on Screen: Three Hundred Years of Nothing Happening." Virginia Woolf Miscellany vol. 42. 1994 Spring. pp: 3-4.

Lord, Catherine
"Becoming Still, Still Moving: Theoretical Pleasure in Sally Potter's Orlando." In: Discern(e)ments : Deleuzian aesthetics (esthetiques deleuziennes) / editors, Joost de Bloois, Sjef Houppermans, Frans-Willem Korsten. Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2004.
Main Stack B2430.D454.D57 2004

Mayer, Sophie.
"The Mirror Didn't Crack: Costume Drama & Gothic Horror in Sally Potter's Orlando." Literature/Film Quarterly. 2008. Vol. 36, Iss. 1; p. 39 (6 pages) UC users only

MacDonald, Scott
Interview With Sally Potter." Camera Obscura May 1995. pp: 205+
Film maker Sally Potter discusses her film, Orlando

Marcus, Jane.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) Women's Review of Books v11, n4 (Jan, 1994):11 (3 pages).

Maher, Jane Maree.
"Prone to Pregnancy: Orlando, Virginia Woolf and Sally Potter Represent the Gestating Body." Journal of Medical Humanities, Spring2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p19-30, 12p UC users only

Mayer, Sophie.
"The Mirror Didn't Crack: Costume Drama & Gothic Horror in Sally Potter's Orlando." Literature/Film Quarterly. 2008. Vol. 36, Iss. 1; p. 39 (6 pages)
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Moore, Madeline.
"Virginia Woolf and Sally Potter: The Play of Opposites and the Modern Mind." In: Re: reading, re: writing, re: teaching Virginia Woolf: selected papers from the Fourth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, June 9-12, 1994 / edited by Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. pp: 184-97. New York: Pace University Press; Lanham, MD: Distributed by University Pub. Associates, 1995.
UCB Main PR6045.O72 Z5787 1994

Morgan, Robin.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) Ms. Magazine v4, n1 (July-August, 1993):78 (2 pages).

Nesbit, Molly.
"Apart Without a Face: 'Orlando' and 'The Crying Game.' "(analysis of two films) Artforum v31, n10 (Summer, 1993):92 (4 pages).
"The sexual and psychological implications of the films 'Orlando' and 'The Crying Game' are analyzed. 'Orlando' is compared with its original Virginia Woolf novel while its characters' complex motives and identities are discussed. In contrast, the crucial character of Dil in 'The Crying Game' is investigated and defined as a 'Body without Organs.' Other issues such as politics and social perception are involved." [Expanded Academic Index]

Newman, Herta.
"Orlando: Fantasy, Fiction, and Film." Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Spring2005, Issue 67, p21-22, 2p
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Pidduck, Julianne.
"Travels with Sally Potter's Orlando: Gender, Narrative, Movement." Screen vol. 38 no. 2. 1997 Summer. pp: 172-89.
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Potter, Sally.
Orlando / Sally Potter; based on the book by Virginia Woolf. London: Faber and Faber, 1994.
Main Stack PN1997.O745 1994

Rafferty, Terrence.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) New Yorker v69, n17 (June 14, 1993):96 (2 pages).

Reviron-Piégay, Floriane
"Translating Generic Liberties: Orlando on Page and Screen." Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly. Spring2009, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p316-339. 24p.
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Romney, Jonathan.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society v6, n243 (March 12, 1993):34 (2 pages).

Roussos, Timotheos
"An Off-Beat Adaptation: Orlando." Philament, vol. 3, pp. (no pagination), Spring 2004

Simon, John.
"Orlando." (movie reviews) National Review v45, n13 (July 05, 1993):53 (2 pages).

Spengler, Birgit
"Michael Cunningham Rewriting Virginia Woolf: Pragmatist vs. Modernist Aesthetics." Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 10, pp. 51-79, 2004

Stokes, Peter.
"Consuming desires: Performing gender in Virginia Woolf's Orlando, Neil Jordan's the Crying Game and Sally Potter's Orlando." Consumption Markets & Culture Volume 1, Issue 4, 1998, Pages 347 - 360
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Stout, Mira.
"Raising 'Orlando.'" (film directed by Sally Potter) (Interview) Vogue v183, n7 (July, 1993):138 (6 pages).

Sykora, Katharina .
"Queer queen: Elizabeth II in Sally Potter's Film Orlando." In: The body of the queen : gender and rule in the courtly world, 1500-2000 / edited by Regina Schulte ; with the assistance of Pernille Arenfeldt, Martin Kohlrausch and Xenia von Tippelskirch. New York : Berghahn Books, 2006.
Main Stack HQ1075.B673 2006

Travers, Peter.
"Sally Potter." (motion picture director) (Interview) Rolling Stone, n659 (June 24, 1993):90.

Watkins, Susan.
"Sex change and media change: from Woolf's to Potter's 'Orlando'." (concepts of gender identity in Virginia Woolf's novel 'Orlando' and in the film adaptation with the same title directed by Sally Potter) Mosaic v31, n3 (Sept, 1998):41 (19 pages).
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West, Dennis.
"Achieving a State of Limitlessness: An Interview with Tilda Swinton." Cineaste vol. 20 no. 1. 1993. pp: 18-21

Thriller

Bennett, Kathryn Conner
"The Gender Politics of Death: Three Formulations of La Bohème in Contemporary Cinema." Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 110-20, 2004 Fall
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Del Rio, Elena
"Rethinking Feminist Film Theory: Counter-Narcissistic Performance in Sally Potter's Thriller." Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Jan-Mar2004, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p11-24, 14p
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Kaplan, E. A.
"The avant-garde theory film: three case studies from Britain and the USA: Sigmund Freud's Dora (1979), Thriller (1979), Mulvey/Wollen's Amy! (1980)." In: Women and film : both sides of the camera / E. Ann Kaplan. New York : Methuen, 1983.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.W6 K3 1983

Parvulescu, Anca
"'So We Will Go Bad': Cheekiness, Laughter, Film." Camera Obscura: A Journal of Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, vol. 21, no. 62 [2], pp. 144-67, 2006
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Potter, Sally.
"Sally Potter on Thriller" Camera Obscura; SPRING, 1980 Issue 5, p99, 12p
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Weinstock, Jane.
"She who laughs first laughs last [with commentary on Thriller by Sally Potter]" Camera Obscura; SPRING, 1980 Issue 5, p99, 12p
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Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger

Barr, C.
"Hitchcock and Powell: two directions for British cinema." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 5-13
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"Part of a special issue marking the centenary of the birth of British film director Michael Powell. The writer discusses the careers of Powell and Alfred Hitchcock and their significance in the development of British cinema. He outlines parallels between the directors' careers and discusses evidence for the points at which their paths crossed. Examining the parallels between the films they made, he argues that their careers represent two directions for British cinema: the choice to go to Hollywood (Hitchcock) or turn back to Britain (Powell). He contends that both succeeded, nevertheless, to avoid producing a nebulous kind of international product, creating instead a sharper and more dynamic form of British cinema." [Art Index]

Chapman, James
"'The true business of the British movie'? A Matter of Life and Death and British film culture." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 33-49
"Part of a special issue marking the centenary of the birth of British film director Michael Powell. The writer situates Powell's 1946 film A Matter of Life and Death in British cinema history and film culture. He argues that the film can be placed at the nexus of a complex matrix of culture and commerce in the British cinema of the 1940s. He goes on to show how its production combines two largely separate histories: the role of the Ministry of Information in the promotion of an officially-endorsed wartime film culture, and the parallel emergence of the Rank Organisation as the hegemonic producer, distributor, and exhibitor during the war years. He concludes that the film was a site of aesthetic, cultural, and political contestation, where what was at stake, as much in the reaction to the film as in the narrative itself, was how a British film should represent and construct ideologies of national identity and nationhood."

Christie, Ian,
Arrows of desire: the films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger London ; Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 C48 1994;

Christie, Ian
Arrows of desire: the films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger London: Waterstone, 1985.
MAIN: PN1998.A3P65 C541 1985;

The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005
Contents: Introduction / Ian Christie, Andrew Moor -- BEGINNINGS AND ENDINGS -- At the edge of our world / John Ellis -- The first four minutes / Charles Barr -- From the other side of time / Lesley Stern -- A life in pictures / Thelma Schoonmaker, Ian Christie -- REASSESSING THE FILMS -- 'History is now and England': a Canterburgy Tale in its contexts / Ian Christie -- On knowing and not knowing, going and not going, loving and not loving: I know where I'm going! and falling in love again / Tom Gunning -- Life and death in A matter of life and death / Philip Horne -- The invisible and the 'intruder figure': perfume in Black Narcissus / Jean-Louis Leutrat -- The light that fails: a commentary on Peeping Tom / Laura Mulvey -- They're a weird mob: Powell in the antipodes / Graeme Harper -- COLLABORATORS -- Another life in movies: Pressburger and Powell / Ian Christie -- Hein Heckroth and the archers / Nanette Aldred -- GENDER MATTERS -- Bending the arrow: the queer appeal of the archers / Andrew Moor -- That obscure subject of desire: Powell's women, 1945-50 / Natacha Thiéry -- Officers and gentlemen: masculinity in Powell and Pressburger's war films / Robert Shail.

Combs, R.
"A river runs through it." [Films of M. Powell]. Film Comment v. 41 no. 3 (May/June 2005) p. 36-41
"An assessment of the career of British filmmaker Michael Powell. Powell was a defining force in British cinema, between his entering it in the South of France in 1925 as odd-job boy to the Hollywood director Rex Ingram, and exiting, almost 50 years later. Although Powell's work has been dissected for decades, there was never a more unstable definition: His cinema is shifting, intangible, phantasmagoric, radical but never revolutionary, because what has been described as his High Tory value system is not disturbed--it may even be reinforced--by all those peculiar atmospheres, those spiritual/mystical/historical connections that have delighted and/or disconcerted audiences and critics. For some, the shiftiness, the opaqueness, of Powell's work us what makes it most English. For Powell, most likely, it shifts for the very fact that it is cinema. The writer discusses Powell's life and work." [Art Index]

Danks, Adrian
"Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger." (Great Directors - A Critical Database) Senses of Cinema
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Durgnat, R.
"The Powell and Pressburger mystery." Cineaste v. 23 no. 2 (1997) p. 16-19
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"A review of five books relating to Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. A scholarly empiricism dominates the volumes: James Howard's Michael Powell (1997) is essentially an extremely useful handbook; Scott Salwolke's monograph The Films of Michael Powell and The Archers (1997) is a generally reliable study along currently orthodox lines; Kevin MacDonald's Emeric Pressburger: The Life and Death of a Screenwriter (1994) is illuminating; Powell's very untidy second volume of autobiography, Million Dollar Movie (1995), is full of illuminations about film and life; and A. L. Kennedy's The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1997), more of a personal essay than a guide to a classic film, is weakened by wildly subjective responses and political correctness." [Art Index]

Durgnat, Raymond
"The Prewar Bs: Rewards and Fairies." Film Comment. May 1990. Vol. 26, Iss. 3; p. 28 (3 pages)

Durgnat, Raymond, Scorsese, Martin, et al.
"Remembering Michael Powell." Sight and Sound. Oct 1992. Vol. 2, Iss. 6; pg. 22
Film director Michael Powell is profiled, and the reflections of those who worked with him are offered. Powell was characterized by individualism and an avant garde style.

Everson, W. K.
"Michael Powell, 1905-1990." Films in Review v. 41 (May 1990) p. 265-70

Gough-Yates, K.
"Pressburger: England and exile." Sight & Sound v. ns5 (December 1995) p. 30-1+ UC users only
"A discussion of the work of the screenwriter Emeric Pressburger. The writer argues that it is plain from even a casual look at the films by Pressburger and Michael Powell that the former was more than just the scenarist whose work Powell rewrote. He maintains that in his partnership with Powell, Pressburger created most of their stories, was responsible for most of the producing, collaborated in the directing, and worked patiently in the editing room. Pressburger, he contends, was less a writer who bubbled with ideas than one who constantly adapted and reworked his personal experience. He explores the autobiographical content in the films, suggesting that Pressburger is unique in that the sense of emptiness and dejection he experienced as an exile was incorporated into his films." [Art Index]

Hockenhull, Stella.
"Romantic Landscapes: Visual Imagery in Three Films of Powell and Pressburger." Journal of British Cinema & Television, 2005, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p52-66, 15p UC users only

Hoorn, J.
"Comedy and Eros: Powell's Australian films "They're a Wierd Mob" and "Age of Consent"." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 73-84
"Part of a special issue marking the centenary of the birth of British film director Michael Powell. The writer discusses Powell's two Australian films, They're a Weird Mob (1966) and Age of Consent (1969). Both these films are based on iconic Australian novels that pushed boundaries in terms of contemporary social, political, and sexual mores. They were box-office successes in Australia, yet have not received the critical attention they deserve. Judged on their own terms, however, the films are key late works in Powell's remarkable career and testify to the complexity of his vision and authority as a director, political commentator, and satirist, both within and outside Europe. The writer discusses some of the themes raised by the films and the reasons for their popular reception in Australia, arguing among other things that they show Powell's genius for capturing and conveying a convincing sense of national identity through painstaking attention to location, language, and sociocultural rituals." [Art Index]

Jameson, Richard T.
"Written, produced and directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger." [special section]. Film Comment v. 31 (March/April 1995) p. 18-22+
"The work of the British filmmaking team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger is being rediscovered. Powell and Pressburger rode high in the Forties, creating films that were weird, original, uncategorizable, haunting, fascinating, and endearing. They lost clout and parted professional company in the Fifties, however, and they all but disappeared in the Sixties. A wonderful biography of Pressburger by his grandson, Kevin Macdonald, is already out, and Million-Dollar Movie, Volume Two of Powell's A Life in Movies, will be published in the United States in April. A touring 14-film retrospective of all the pair's major films will be launched at New York's Film Forum on March 17. In addition, The Red Shoes, the team's most popular work, is due out soon in a new laserdisc edition. Powell and Pressburger's films The Battle of the River Plate, The Tales of Hoffmann, A Canterbury Tale, and Ill Met by Moonlight are discussed." [Art Index]

Joannou, Maroula
"Powell, Pressburger, and Englishness." European Journal of English Studies, Aug2004, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p189-203, 15p
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"The

McFarlane, Brian.
"Michael Powell, Actors and Englishness: Some Late Reflections." Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Oct2009, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p365-371, 7p
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"Michael Powell centenary issue." [Special section]. Screen ( v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 5-84

Michael Powell: interviews
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, c2003.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 A5 2003

"Michael Powell." [remembrances and reviews of some early movies]. Film Comment v. 26 (May/June 1990) p. 26-33+

Moor, Andrew.
"Autobiography, the self and Pressburger--Powell's The Golden Years project." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 15-31
"Part of a special issue marking the centenary of the birth of British film director Michael Powell. The writer discusses issues of autobiography and the self in The Golden Years, an unrealized film project by Powell and Emeric Pressburger. The finished script for the film, a biopic of the German composer Richard Strauss, was rejected and the film was never made. Nevertheless, it is an important and substantial component of Powell and Pressburger's collaborative work. Forming part of their wider interest in life-writing and particularly in the relationship between fiction and autobiography, the project translates into filmic terms a feature of the literary autobiography: the very impossibility of its ideal aim to encapsulate the truth about its subject. The Golden Years confirms Pressburger's belief that "the self" is formed in and through texts, and it also repeats the duo's earlier films by envisaging a relational form of selfhood developed through interaction with others and signified through social relationships." [Art Index]

Moor, Andrew.
"No Place Like Home: Powell, Pressburger Utopia." In: The British cinema book
Edited by Robert Murphy. 2nd ed. pp: 109-15. London: British Film Institute, 2001.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B66 2001

Moor, Andrew.
Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Murphy, R.
"Strong men: three forms of the magus in the films of Powell and Pressburger." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 63-71
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" Part of a special issue marking the centenary of the birth of British film director Michael Powell. The writer discusses the depiction of maguslike men in films produced by Powell in collaboration with Emeric Pressburger. What makes the duo's magically resonant 1940s films so fascinating is the way they play with images and motifs of British identity while avoiding patriotic cliche. One aspect of this vision is the deployment of enigmatic and powerful men, and this is most remarkable in A Canterbury Tale, A Matter of Life and Death, and The Red Shoes, where the characters Thomas Colpeper, Dr. Reeves, and Boris Lermontov assume a maguslike resonance. The writer goes on to examine these characters in detail." [Art Index]

O'Brien, Geoffrey
"Close-up of an eye." In: Castaways of the image planet : movies, show business, public spectacle Washington, D.C. : Counterpoint, c2002.
MAIN: PN1994 .O25 2002

Powell, Michael,
A life in movies: an autobiography London: Heinemann, 1986.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 P6541 1986;

Powell, Michael.
Edge of the world / <1938> London ; Boston: Faber and Faber, 1990.
MAIN: DA880.F87 P6 1990;

Powell, Michael
Million dollar movie New York: Random House, c1995.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 A3 1995

Powell, Michael
"Michael Powell: My Jealous Mistress." Sight & Sound v. ns15 no. 9 (September 2005) p. 24-8, 30-4, 36-8
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Michael Powell, one of the leading candidates for the title of Britain's greatest-ever filmmaker, presents a semi-fictional memoir that he wrote in 1973 and that is published here for the first time.

Smith, Geoffrey P.
[sound recording]The fortunes of some British mavericks Berkeley, Calif.: University of California, Berkeley, Language Laboratory, p1989.
Media Resources Center: SOUND/C 1055; LANG: 1693:2

Street, Sarah
"Michael Powell centenary issue: introduction." Screen, Spring 2005; 46: 1 - 4.
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Taylor, J. R.
"Michael Powell: Myths and Supermen." Sight and Sound 47:4 (1978:Autumn) p.226
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Taylor, J. R.
"The nine lives of Michael Powell." [review article]. Sight & Sound v. 55 (Aut 1986) p. 242-4
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Thomson, David.
"Michael Powell 1905-1990." Film Comment. May 1990. Vol. 26, Iss. 3; p. 26 (3 pages)

Black Narcissus

Adair, G.
"London {Canterbury tale; Black Narcissues; Life and death of Colonel Blimp; Matter of life and death}." Film Comment v. 17 (January/February 1981) p. 4+

Davidson, Kelly; Hill, John.
"'Under control'?: Black Narcissus and the Imagining of India." Film Studies, Summer2005, Vol. 6 Issue 0, p1-12, 12p
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Hockenhull, Stella.
"Neo-Romantic Landscapes: Aesthetic Approaches to the Wartime Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger." Film International, vol. 4, no. 5 [23], pp. 38-45, 2006

Jaikumar, P.
"Place" and the modernist redemption of empire in Black narcissus (1947). Cinema Journal v. 40 no. 2 (2001) p. 57-77
UC users only The coherence of an imperial narrative is predicated on the continuation of the colonial place as a backdrop. In Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's Black Narcissus (1947), the fictional Himalayan community of 'Mopu' becomes central enough to impede assumptions projected onto it. However, the threat of narrative collapse is averted by a visibly modernist preoccupation with the (imperial) self and the film's redemptive theme.

Leutrat, Jean-Louis
"The invisible and the 'intruder figure': perfume in Black Narcissus." In: The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005

"Michael Powell and "Black Narcissus" in Theory." Monthly Film Bulletin 51:600/611 (1984) p.October:314
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Moor, Andrew.
"TPost-War Femininites: Mopu, Madness and Melodrama-Black Narcissus." In: Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Sheehan, H.
"Black narcissus." Film Comment v. 26 (May/June 1990) p. 37-9

Street, Sarah
Black Narcissus . / Sarah Street London ; New York : I.B. Tauris, 2005.
Full available text online (UCB users only); print:
PN1998.3.P69 S74 2005

A Canterbury Tale

Adair, G.
"London {Canterbury tale; Black Narcissues; Life and death of Colonel Blimp; Matter of life and death}." Film Comment v. 17 (January/February 1981) p. 4+

Christie, Ian
"'History is now and England': a Canterburgy Tale in its contexts." In: The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005

Conrad, Peter.
"Arrival at Canterbury." In: To be continued : four stories and their survival Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.
MAIN: PR21 .C65 1995

Curtis, Carl C. III.
"Powell and Pressburger's A Canterbury Tale: New Pilgrims, Old Pilgrimage." Literature/Film Quarterly. 2008. Vol. 36, Iss. 1; p. 68 (10 pages)
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"Powell and Pressburger, who had scored a number of successes with such memorable films as Contraband, 491 Parallel, and the controversial but masterly The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, and who shortly would go on to produce such immortal works as A Matter of Life and Death, I Know Where I 'm Going, Black Narcissus, and The Red Shoes, experienced their first failure -with A Canterbury Tale (Britmovie). More recent reassessments by critics and viewers have taken a very different tone, finding A Canterbury Tale, indeed, eccentric, but nevertheless a marvelous study of the conflict of modern and traditional sensibilities (a common P&P theme) and a testament to the resiliency of the British national character in a time of moral crisis." [ProQuest]

Freer, Scott.
"The Mythical Method: Eliot's 'The Waste Land' and A Canterbury Tale (1944)." Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television. Aug 2007. Vol. 27, Iss. 3; p. 357
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"Freer examines how mythological references seen through a lens of modernist perspective serve to explore a theme of cultural dislocation in the 1944 British film A Canterbury Tale, directed and produced by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. Freer argues that the cross-cultural correspondences in the film attempt to restructure the disconnected desires of the contemporary individual with a more communal and symbolically continuous social past." [ProQuest]

Fuller, G.
"A Canterbury tale." Film Comment v. 31 (March/April 1995) p. 33-6

Moor, Andrew.
"Two Pastorals-A Canterbury Tale, I Know Where I'm Going!." In: Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Richards, Jeffrey H.
"Why We Fight: A Canterbury Tale." In: Best of British : cinema and society, 1930-1970 / Jeffrey Richards and Anthony Aldgate. Oxford, England : B. Blackwell, 1983.
Full text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 R48 1983

I Know Where I'm Going!

Geraghty, Christine
"Rural Rebels and the Landscape of Opposition." In: British cinema in the fifties: gender, genre and the 'new look' / Christine Geraghty. London : Routledge, 2000.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 G47 2000

Gunning, Tom
"On knowing and not knowing, going and not going, loving and not loving: I know where I'm going! and falling in love again." In: The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005

Hockenhull, Stella.
"Neo-Romantic Landscapes: Aesthetic Approaches to the Wartime Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger." Film International, vol. 4, no. 5 [23], pp. 38-45, 2006

Moor, Andrew.
"Two Pastorals-A Canterbury Tale, I Know Where I'm Going!." In: Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Olson, G.
"I know where I'm going." Film Comment v. 26 (May/June 1990) p. 33+

Life and death of Colonel Blimp

Adair, G.
"London {Canterbury tale; Black Narcissues; Life and death of Colonel Blimp; Matter of life and death}." Film Comment v. 17 (January/February 1981) p. 4+

Kennedy, A. L.
The life and death of Colonel Blimp / A.L. Kennedy. London : British Film Institute, 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.L57 K46 1997

Moor, Andrew.
"Satire, Epic and Memory- The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp." In: Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Powell, Michael
The life and death of Colonel Blimp / Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger ; edited and with an introduction by Ian Christie. London : Faber and Faber, 1994.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.L57 P68 1994

Puckett, Kent.
"The Life and Death and Death of Colonel Blimp." Critical Inquiry, Autumn2008, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p90-114, 25p

Richards, Jeffrey H.
"What a Difference a War Makes: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp." In: Best of British : cinema and society, 1930-1970 / Jeffrey Richards and Anthony Aldgate. Oxford, England : B. Blackwell, 1983.
Full text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 R48 1983

Sarris, A.
"The life and death of Colonel Blimp." Film Comment v. 26 (May/June 1990) p. 32-3

A Matter of Life and Death

Adair, G.
"London {Canterbury tale; Black Narcissues; Life and death of Colonel Blimp; Matter of life and death}." Film Comment v. 17 (January/February 1981) p. 4+

Chapman, James.
"'The true business of the British movie'? A Matter of Life and Death and British film culture." Screen, (2005) 46(1): 33-50
UC users only

Horne, Philip
"Life and death in A matter of life and death." In: The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005

Moor, Andrew.
"Post-War Masculinities: The Pilot and the Back-Room Boy-A Matter of Life and Death, The Small Back Room." In: Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Murphy, R.
"Strong men: three forms of the magus in the films of Powell and Pressburger." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 63-71
UC users only
" Part of a special issue marking the centenary of the birth of British film director Michael Powell. The writer discusses the depiction of maguslike men in films produced by Powell in collaboration with Emeric Pressburger. What makes the duo's magically resonant 1940s films so fascinating is the way they play with images and motifs of British identity while avoiding patriotic cliche. One aspect of this vision is the deployment of enigmatic and powerful men, and this is most remarkable in A Canterbury Tale, A Matter of Life and Death, and The Red Shoes, where the characters Thomas Colpeper, Dr. Reeves, and Boris Lermontov assume a maguslike resonance. The writer goes on to examine these characters in detail." [Art Index]

Philip Horne
"Life and death in A matter of life and death." In: The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005

Sutton, Damian.
"Rediagnosing "A Matter of Life and Death"." Screen v. 46 no. 1 (Spring 2005) p. 1-61
UC users only

Tanner, Louise.
"Accents and umlauts." Films in Review v. 46 (July/August 1995) p. 38-9

Peeping Tom

Bick, Ilsa J.
"The Sight of Difference." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews / edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. pp: 177-93. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Bronfen, Elisabeth.
"Killing Gazes, Killing in the Gaze: On Michael Powell's Peeping Tom." In: Gaze and voice as love objects / Renata Salecl and Slavoj Zizek, editors. pp: 59-89. Durham: Duke University Press, c1996.
Grad Svcs PN98.P75.G39 1996 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.
Main Stack PN98.P75.G39 1996

Christie, Ian
Arrows of desire: the films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger / Ian Christie. New ed. London; Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994.
Main Stack PN1998.3.P69.C48 1994

Clover, Carol J.
"The eye of horror." In: Viewing positions: ways of seeing film / edited, and with an introduction by Linda Williams. p. 184-230. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1995. Rutgers depth of field series.
Grad Svcs PN1995.V437 1995 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.
Main Stack PN1995.V437 1995
Moffitt PN1995.V437 1995

Crandell, George W.
"Peeping Tom: Voyeurism, Taboo, and Truth in the World of Tennessee Williams's Short Fiction." The Southern Quarterly. 38(1):28-35. 1999 Fall.

del Rio, Elena.
"The Body of Voyeurism: Mapping a Discourse of the Senses in Michael Powell's Peeping Tom." Camera Obscura. 45:115-49. 2001
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"Rio aims to acknowledge the body's capacity to speak beyond its traditional subordinate role as the inert, mute carrier of an intelligence, even transcendental, consciousness; in short, to validate the body's own intelligence, whether engaged or disengaged from reflective consciousness. A more specific line of argumentation of her discussion of "Peeping Tom" has identified two sensorial and epistemological configurations that the film unequivocally bifurcates along gender lines." [Proquest]

Erens, Patricia
"Home movies in commercial narrative film." Journal of Film and Video Vol XXXVIII nr 3-4 (Summer-Fall 1986); p 99-101.
On uses of the 'home movie' device in commercial narrative films, e.g. "Raging bull" and "Peeping Tom".

Findley, Janice
"Peeping Tom - 1960." (film analysis) (Michael Powell: 1905-1990) Film Comment May-June 1990 v26 n3 p41(3)
"Part of a special section on the late director Michael Powell. In Peeping Tom, the 1960 film that Powell made with writer Leo Marks, the director addressed the theme of obsession more fully and more disturbingly than he ever had before. The movie, which stars Karl-Heinz Bohm as the psychotic killer Mark Lewis, is particularly unsettling because its fascination with voyeurism ultimately implicates both the audience and the filmmaker. In addition, it gives reasons for the killer's homicidal nature, making him an almost sympathetic character. The film so shocked the British film world when it was released that it virtually put an end to Powell's career."

Gough-Yates, Kevin
"Private madness and public lunacy." Films & Filming Vol XVIII nr 5 (Feb 1972); p 26-30.
Discusses the similarities in the following three films: "Peeping Tom", "Lilith", "Psycho" which all explore abnormalities inherent in the main characters.

Heffernan, James A. W.
"Grind house or art house?: Astor Pictures and Peeping Tom." / Kevin Heffernan. Durham : Duke University Press, 2004.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H6.H45 2004

Heffernan, K.
"Grind house or art house?: Astor Pictures and Peeping Tom." In: Ghouls, gimmicks, and gold : horror films and the American movie business, 1953-1968Duke University Press, 2004.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H6 H45 2004

Hoberman, J.
"Shoot to kill." The Village Voice, Feb 2, 1999; Vol. 44, Iss. 4; pg. 57, 1 pgs
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Humphries, Reynold.
"Caught in the act of looking: the opening sequence of Michael Powell's Peeping Tom." Caliban (32) 1995, 39-53. (1995)

Humphries, Reynold.
"'Peeping Tom' - Voyeurism, The Camera, And The Spectator." Film Reader (4) 193-200 1979

Hunt, M.
"Blindness And Salvation in 'Peeping Tom'." Sight Sound 5: (1) 72-72 Jan 1995

Johnson, William
"Peeping Tom: a second look." Film Quarterly Vol XXXIII nr 3 (Spring 1980); p 2-10.
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Analyses the directing style of M.P., and the psychological impact of his film "Peeping Tom"

Kennedy, Harlan and Nigel Andrews
"The British cinema's grand eccentric - the director of "The Red Shoes" and "Peeping Tom" - is finally receiving his due." Harlan Kennedy and Nigel Andrews look at his career Film Comment 15:3 (1979:May/June) 49

Kermode, M.
"'Peeping Tom'" Sight Sound 6: (3) 56-56 Mar 1996 With Owen Roizman, Director Of Photography.

Kruth, Patricia.
"Fen?tre sur ville: de l'influence du Peeping Tom de Michael Powell sur le cin?ma de Martin Scorsese." Caliban (32) 1995, 55-64. (1995)

Lowenstein, Adam.
"'Under-the-Skin Horrors': Social Realism and Classlessness in Peeping Tom and the British New Wave." In: British cinema, past and present / edited by Justine Ashby and Andrew Higson. pp: 221-32. London; New York, NY: Routledge, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B695 2000

MacDonald, Kevin.
"Poor Tom." Index on Censorship. Nov 1995. Vol. 24, Iss. 6; pg. 54
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Marks, Leo.
Peeping Tom / Leo Marks. London: Faber, 1998. Series title: Classic screenplays.
UCB Main PN1997.P436 M37 1998

MacDonald, Kevin
"Poor Tom." (Michael Powell's 'Peeping Tom') Index on Censorship Nov-Dec 1995 v24 n6 p54(2)
Michael Powell's movie 'Peeping Tom' re-release in 1994 benefited from the negative criticism it received in 1960. In 1960, the British Board of Film Censors gave the movie an X certificate and the financiers and distributors stopped the film from circulation.

Mulvey, Laura
"The light that fails: a commentary on Peeping Tom." In: The cinema of Michael Powell : international perspectives on an English film-maker / edited by Ian Christie and Andrew Moor. London : BFI, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.P69 C56 2005

Pally, Marcia
"I witness, eye confess: voyeurism in film." Film Comment v. 21 (March/April 1985) p. 60-1
"Voyeurism, erotic or intellectual, has often been an implied, if not explicit, theme in movies. Contemporary films explore this theme in a more open manner than ever before. Brian De Palma's Body Double presents a peeping Tom who becomes embroiled in a murder investigation as a result of his snooping. Bette Gordon's Variety has its female voyeur enter the underworld. Woody Allen often has an interactive character in his films. In Allen's latest, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Mia Farrow gets involved with the characters on the movie screen, and in a twist, one of those characters comes off the screen into her life. Pornography, still under a veil of prohibition in our culture, represents a real risk for the voyeur who seeks it out. The element of risk is exciting, and it is that excitement that is at the heart of the voyeuristic film." [Art Index]

"Peeping Tom." Film Comment v. 15 (September 1979) p. 57-9

Rio, E. d.
"The body of voyeurism: mapping a discourse of the senses in Michael Powell's Peeping Tom." Camera Obscura no. 45 (2001) p. 114-49
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"The writer discusses the relationship between vision and tactility in the 1960 film Peeping Tom. While voyeurism is central to the meaning of the film, the film also pervasively articulates a discourse of touch, one provocatively intertwined with the general thematic of vision for which it is so acclaimed. The psychic repression of the voyeur in the film exhibits its own particular bodily conduct and signification. From this point of view, above and beyond the epistemological reification of vision that voyeurism entails, the body does not become utterly mute, as it continues to express its dormant and inhibited state. The writer examines various examples of sensual and linguistic repression in the film, arguing that these point to voyeurism as a bodily configuration of mimicry--a corporeal style wherein the seeing body elides/represses its conscious participation in the emulation and incorporation of the gestures of the seen body. She argues that voyeurism thus exhibits its own specific corporeal conduct, one whose relation to the linguistic function, while at best fragile, possesses nonetheless its own signifying status as symptom." [Art Index]

Roux, Baptiste
"Camera-stylet ou de l'assassinat cinematographique considere comme un des beaux-arts." Positif nr 485-486 (July-Aug 2001); p 153-157.
Analysis of the ethics and aesthetics of "Peeping Tom" by Michael Powell and "Psycho" by Alfred Hitchcock. Considers representation of voyeurism, space and image.

Sabbadini, Andrea
"Watching Voyeurs: Michael Powell's Peeping Tom (1960)." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 81:809-813.

Slater, Ben
"Looking, Killing and Film-making: Decoding Peeping Tom." In: The media in Britain : current debates and developments / edited by Jane Stokes and Anna Reading. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Main Stack P92.G7.M43 1999

Stern, Lesley.
"Meditation on Violence Power." In: Kiss me deadly: feminism & cinema for the moment / edited by Laleen Jayamanne. pp: 252-85. Sydney: Power Publications, c1995.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.K57 1995

Stein, Elliott
"A very tender film, a very nice one."Film Comment Vol XV nr 5 (Sept-Oct 1979); p 57-59.
Vilified on its release in England, neglected in the U.S., Michael Powell's "nice, tender" film is now recognized as a landmark of self-reflexive cinema. Elliott Stein explains why.

Strick, P.
"Peeping Tom." (Film Review). Sight & Sound v. ns4 (November 1994) p. 56-7

Strick, Philip
"Peeping Tom." Sight & Sound v. ns4 (November 1994) p. 56-7
"The notoriety of Michael Powell's Peeping Tom as a horror film seems ill-deserved. The film is resolutely understated, its death scenes are unfashionably bloodless, and its victims make no attempt to defend themselves. Already adrift from its period, set in a London where accents and grammar still ring with the stoicism of the immediately postwar, it now reads most plausibly as compassionate fable." [Art Index]

Sturken, M.
"Peeping Tom." Afterimage v. 8 (April 1981) p. 18-9

Taubin, Amy.
"Killing men." (serial killers in motion pictures) Sight and Sound v1, n1 (May, 1991):14 (6 pages).

Thomson, David; others
"Michael Powell 1905-1990." Film Comment Vol XXVI nr 3 (May-June 1990); p 26-43.
Assesses the director's career, from early B-films to "Peeping Tom".

Thomson, David
"Mark of the red death." Sight & Sound Vol XLIX nr 4 (Autumn 1980); p 258-262.
Reassessment of the most controversial of Powell's films, "Peeping Tom", together with a discussion of Powell's partnership with Emeric Pressburger.

Wollen, Peter.
"Dying for Art." Sight & Sound. 4(12):18-21. 1994 Dec
"Michael Powell's 'Peeping Tom,' which received due recognition only years after its release, is a sophisticated combination of various cinematic facets. The film is mainly an integration of three sub genres, namely the serial killer film, the film about-film and the psychoanalyst's film. Powell also superimposes the spectator, the camera and the character in the film which are the three aspects that define the cinema." [Expanded Academic Index]

Zimmer, Catherine
"The Camera's Eye: Peeping Tom and Technological Perversion." In: Horror Film: Creating and Marketing Fear. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2004.
Main Stacks PN1995.9.H6 H674 2004

Red Shoes

Affron, Charles.
"Reading as Performance: Danced by The Red Shoes." North Dakota Quarterly. 51(3):46-58. 1983 Summer

Backstein, Karen.
"A Second Look: The Red Shoes." Cineaste. 20(4):42-43. 1994
"The writer reinterprets the motion picture The Red Shoes (1948) by Powell and Pressburger. The rich melodramatic canvas of the film provides a more complex and feminist exploration of the female protagonist's dilemma than its interpreters in a recent Broadway musical acknowledged. The film carries both heightened and parodied femininity, but also highlights the constructed nature of the protagonist's persona. As well as grafting a personal melodrama to a text about the romantic ideology of art as an all-embracing force, the film attempts to deconstruct this ideology." [Art Index]

Benson, S.
"The red shoes." Film Comment v. 26 (May/June 1990) p. 39-41

Doty, Alexander.
"The Queer Aesthete, the Diva and The Red Shoes." In: Out takes: essays on queer theory and film / edited by Ellis Hanson. pp: 46-71. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1999. Series Q.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.O88 1999

Doty, Alexander
"The Queer Aesthete, the Diva and The Red Shoes." In: Flaming classics : queering the film canon / Alexander Doty. New York : Routledge, 2000.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
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Fraser, Peter.
"The Musical Mode: Putting on The Red Shoes." Cinema Journal, Spring87, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p44-54, 11p

Jacobs, Laura.
"The Red Shoes revisited: an appreciation of the balletomane's classic film." The Atlantic Monthly Dec 1993 v272 n6 p129(5) (2198 words)
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Moor, Andrew.
"Art and Artists-The Red Shoes, The Tales of Hoffmann." In: Powell and Pressburger : a cinema of magic spaces London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. MAIN: PN1998.3.P69 M66 2005

Turner, George
"The Red shoes: a ballet for camera." American Cinematographer v. 79 (February 1998) p. 102-8
"Michael Powell's 1947 movie The Red Shoes is discussed. At the core of the picture is the story "Ballet of the Red Shoes," from a tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Much of this story is staged as a dream-fantasy in the mind of the heroine as she performs on stage, interpreted by the radiant 20-year-old thespian Moira Shearer. Main photography commenced on June 5, 1947, with cinematographer Jack Cardiff as the cameraman, and filming finished on November 21, 1947, at a final cost of some L 551,927. Initially negatively received by critics, it remained in release for two years and seven weeks, doing surprisingly well in its roadshow and popular-price exhibitions. Eventually, it was included in Variety magazine's "Golden Fifty" list of the top moneymakers of all time and received Academy Awards and nominations." [Art Index]

Young, Cynthia.
"Revision to Reproduction: Myth and Its Author in The Red Shoes." In: Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews. pp: 107-20. Edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.R4 1994

Carol Reed

"British directors." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VIII nr 1 (1980); p 2-68.
Six articles on UK directors, Ken Russell, Carol Reed, Tony Richardson, Lindsay Anderson and John Schlesinger.

Feehan, Deirdre
"Carol Reed." (Great Directors - a Critical Databas)Senses of Cinema
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Moss, Robert F.
The films of Carol Reed New York: Columbia University Press, 1987.
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Phillips, Gene D.
"Carol Reed: the disenchanted." In: Major film directors of the American and British cinema / Gene D. Phillips. Rev. ed. Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1999.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P55 1999

Wapshott, Nicholas.
The man between: a biography of Carol Reed London: Chatto & Windus, 1990.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 R37 1990

The Fallen Idol

Kemp, Philip.
"The Power and the Glory: The Fallen Idol." Sight and Sound, vol. 16, no. 8, pp. 10, 2006 Aug
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McDougal, Stuart Y.
"Visual Tropes: An Analysis of The Fallen Idol." Style, vol. 9, pp. 502-13, 1975

Zambrano, Ana Laura.
"Greene's Visions of Childhood: 'The Basement Room' and 'The Fallen Idol'. Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 2, pp. 324-31, 1974
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Third Man

Adamson, Judy; Stratford, Philip.
"Looking for the Third Man: On the Trail in Texas, New York, Hollywood." Encounter. (London, England) June:39-46. 1978.

Beer, Siegfried.
"The Third Man." History Today, May2001, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p45, 7p
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Berg, Charles Ramirez.
"'The Third Man''s Third Man: David O. Selznick's Contribution To 'The Third Man'." Library Chronicle 1986 (36): 92-113, 22p.

Carpenter, Lynette.
""I Never Knew the Old Vienna": Cold War Politics and "The Third Man"." Film Criticism, Fall78, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p27-34, 8p
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Chatman, Seymour.
"Who Is the Best Narrator? The Case of The Third Man." Style. 23(2):183-196. 1989 Summer

Craig, Siobhan.
"The Third Man and the Wilder Side of Rubble." Quarterly Review of Film & Video, May2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p193-209, 17p
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Dern, John A.
"The revenant of Vienna: a critical comparison of Carol Reed's film The Third Man and Bram Stoker's novel Dracula." Literature/Film Quarterly (33:1) 2005, 4-11. (2005)
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Gomez, Joseph A.
"The Third Man: Capturing the Visual Essence of Literary Conception." Literature/Film Quarterly. Fall 1974. Vol. 2, Iss. 4; p. 332 (9 pages)
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Gribble, Jim.
"The Third Man: Graham Greene and Carol Reed." Literature-Film Quarterly. 26(3):235-39. 1998
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Hagan, John.
"Harry Lime's Vienna." Australian Screen Education, Spring2002, Issue 30, p116, 4p

Man, Glenn K. S.
"The Third Man: Pulp Fiction and Art Film ."Literature-Film Quarterly. 21(3):171-77. 1993
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McEntee, Joy.
"Exalting in the terribleness of life: suffering and laughter in the Vienna of The Third Man." Australian Screen Education, Summer 2003 i30 p109(6)

Misek, Richard
"The Third Man." Rouge, 13 (2009) 12 (2008)

Nicholls, Mark.
"The Third Man, Background and Context." Australian Screen Education, Autumn2004, Issue 34, p93-99, 7p

Nicholls, Mark.
"Citizens,Friends and Shattered Illusions in Carol Reed's The Third Man." Australian Screen Education, Summer2004, Issue 33, p127-132, 6p

Nicholls, Mark.
"The Third Man: scene by scene analysis.(Film As Text)(Critical Essay)." Australian Screen Education 35 (Summer 2004): 97(7).

Nolan, Jack Edmund.
"Graham Greene's Films." Literature/Film Quarterly. Fall 1974. Vol. 2, Iss. 4; pg. 302, 8 pgs

Palmer, James W.; Riley, Michael M.
"The Lone Rider in Vienna: Myth and Meaning in The Third Man." Literature-Film Quarterly. 8:14-21. 1980.
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Raskin, Richard.
"Closure in The Third Man: On the Dynamics of an Unhappy Ending." P.O.V: a Danish Journal of Film Studies. 2:101-19. 1996 Nov

Raskin, Richard.
"European versus American Storytelling: The Case of The Third Man." P.O.V: a Danish Journal of Film Studies. 12:91-100. 2001 Dec

Rea, Paul W.
"Individual and Societal Encounters with Darkness and the Shadow in The Third Man." In: Film and literature: a comparative approach to adaptation / edited by Wendell Aycock and Michael Schoenecke. pp: 155-163. Lubbock, Tex.: Texas Tech University Press, 1988. Studies in comparative literature (Lubbock, Tex.) ; no. 19.
Main Stack PN1995.3.F5 1988

Schreiber, Pawe
"Death in Vienna/Death of Vienna: Carol Reed's The Third Man and the City Symphony Genre." In: Images of the city
Edited by Agnieszka Rasmus and Magdalena Cies'lak. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.C55 I45 2009

Schwab, Ulrike.
"Authenticity and Ethics in the Film The Third Man." Literature-Film Quarterly. 28(1):2-6. 2000
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Sinowitz, Michael.
"Graham Greene's and Carol Reed's The Third Man : When a Cowboy Comes to Vienna." MFS Modern Fiction Studies - Volume 53, Number 3, Fall 2007, pp. 405-433
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Skerrett, Joseph T. Jr.
"Graham Greene at the Movies: A Novelist's Experience with the Film." Literature/Film Quarterly. Fall 1974. Vol. 2, Iss. 4; p. 293 (9 pages)
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Karel Reisz

Gaston, Georg
Karel Reisz Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1980
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Hoggart, Raymond
"Lambeth boys." Sight & Sound Vol LIV nr 2 (Spring 1985); p 106-109
Consideration of the original documentary "We are the Lambeth boys" and the BBC tv update, as they reveal changing social attitudes.

Kennedy, Harlan
"Minute Reisz: six earlier films." Film Comment Vol XVII nr 5 (Sept-Oct 1981); p 29
Briefly re-reviews six films directed by Karel Reisz: "The gambler", "Isadora", "Night must fall", "Morgan", "Saturday night and Sunday morning" and "Who'll stop the rain".

McNary, Dave; Natale, Richard
"Reisz: a father of the Free Cinema momvement." [obituary]Variety Vol CCCLXXXIX nr 3 (Dec 2 2002); p 60

Robinson, David
"Karel Reisz." [obituary]Sight & Sound Vol XIII nr 1 (Jan 2003); p 3

P?rez R?u, Carmen
"An Interview with Karel Reisz." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 156-60, 2003.

Macnab, Geoffrey
"Northern exposure." Sight & Sound Vol VII nr 9 (Sept 1997); p 61
Director Les Blair discusses his liking for Karel Reisz's "Saturday night and Sunday morning", and the effect it had on him in the 1960's.

French Lieutenant's Woman

Barber, Susan; Messer, R.
"The French lieutenant's woman and individualization." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XII nr 4 (Oct 1984); p 225-229
On "The French lieutenant's woman" as a classic of film adaptation from literature.

Combs, Richard
"Through a glass doubly."Sight & Sound Vol L nr 4 (Autumn 1981); p 277

Combs, Richard
"In search of The French lieutenant's woman."Sight & Sound Vol L nr 1 (Winter 1980-81); p 34-35, 39
Reports on the progress of the film.

Corenthal, Michael.
"The French Lieutenant's Woman as Metaphor: Karel Reisz's Non-Plot Centered Editing." New Orleans Review vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 17-22, Summer 1984.

Dodson, Mary Lynn
"The French lieutenant's woman: Pinter and Reisz's adaptation of John Fowles's adaptation." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XXVI nr 4 (Oct 1998); p 296-303
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Notes how John Fowles presents the existentialist philosophy of his book 'The Aristos' in a manner more accessible for a wide public in 'The French lieutenant's woman', and considers Harold Pinter's success in adapting this novel for the screen.

Eberwein, R.T.
Film as dream."Post Script Vol II nr 2 (Winter 1983); p 57-58
On the function of dreams in "The French lieutenant's woman". Comments on the article in 'Post Script' II/1

The films of Harold Pinter
Edited by Steven H. Gale. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2001. (Main Stack PR6066.I53.Z6454 2001)

Gaston, G.
"The French lieutenant's woman." Film Quarterly Vol XXXV nr 2 (Winter 1981-82); p 51-56
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Garard, Charles
Point of view in fiction and film: focus on John Fowles / Charles Garard. New York: P. Lang, c1991. Series title: American university studies. Series IV, English language and literature; vol. 133.
UCB Main PR6056.O85 Z68 1991
UCB Moffitt PR6056.O85 Z68 1991

Kennedy, Harlan
"The Czech director's woman."Film Comment Vol XVII nr 5 (Sept-Oct 1981); p 26-28
K.R. discusses the production of "The French lieutenant's woman".

Knapp, S.
"Film as dream II." Post Script Vol II nr 3 (Spring-Summer 1983); p 60-61
Further comments on dream and reality in "The French lieutenant's woman" following the article in 'Post Script' II/1

Lorsch, S.E.
"Pinter fails Fowles: narration in The French lieutenant's woman." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XVI nr 3 (July 1988); p 144-154
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Claims that Pinter's device for the double viewpoint in "The French lieutenant's woman" fails to do justice to John Fowles' original novel.

Martin, Joseph
"Postmodernist Play in Karel Reisz's The French Lieutenant's Woman." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 151-59, 1994.
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Analyses the use of parody and metafictional techniques in the film of the nove

McKee, A.L.
"She had eyes a man could drown in: narrative, desire and the female gaze in The French lieutenant's woman." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XX nr 2 (Apr 1992); p 146-155
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A reading of "The French lieutenant's woman" in terms of Peter Brooks' theories concerning the power of the gaze in propelling a film's narrative.

Perez Reu, Carmen.
"An Interview with Karel Reisz." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 156-60, 2003.
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Simonetti, Marie-Claire
"The blurring of time in The French lieutenant's woman, the novel and the film." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XXIV nr 3 (1996); p 301-308
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Simmons, Kenith L.
"The French Lieutenant's Woman as Metaphor: Karel Reisz's Non-Plot Centered Editing." New Orleans Review, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 17-22, Summer 1984.

Spitz, E.H.
"On interpretation of film as dream: The French lieutenant's woman." Post Script Vol II nr 1 (Autumn 1982); p 13-29
Discusses the schema originated by Freud in 'The interpretation of dreams' as a conceptual framework for analysing film texts with reference to "The French lieutenant's woman".

Taylor, John Russell
"Some reflections on the unEnglishness of English films."Sight & Sound Vol XLIII nr 2 (Spring 1974); p 80-83
A review of trends in recent British films incl. an interview with Karel Reisz about his work.

Tucker, Stephanie
"Despair not, neither to presume. The French lieutenant's woman: a screenplay." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XXIV nr 1 (Jan 1996); p 63-69
Considers the success of Harold Pinter's approach to providing a cinematic equivalent for John Fowles' interruption of the narrative in 'The French lieutenant's woman'.

Whall, Tony
"Karel Reisz's The French Lieutenant's Woman: Only the Name Remains the Same." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 75-81, 1982.
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Tony Richardson

For Tony Richardson's adaptations of Shakespeare SEE Shakespeare on Film bibliography

"British directors." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VIII nr 1 (1980); p 2-68.
Six articles on UK directors, Ken Russell, Carol Reed, Tony Richardson, Lindsay Anderson and John Schlesinger.

The cinema of Tony Richardson: essays and interviews /
Edited by James M. Welsh and John C. Tibbetts ; foreword by Jocelyn Herbert. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, c1999. SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1998.3.R53.C56 1999

The cinema of Tony Richardson: essays and interviews
Edited by James M. Welsh and John C. Tibbetts ; foreword by Jocelyn Herbert. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, c1999. The SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video
Main Stack PN1998.3.R53.C56 1999
PFA PN1998.3.R5.C56 1999

Gow, Gordon
"Within the cocoon." Films & Filming Vol XXIII nr 9 (June 1977); p 10-16.
Richardson discusses the themes of his films in terms of the critical and commercial reaction; the people he's worked with and the problems of film-making.

Lambert, Gavin.
"Tony Richardson: An Adventurer." Sight & Sound. 3(11):30-33. 1993 Nov

Radovich, Don.
Tony Richardson: a bio-bibliography / Don Radovich. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1995. Bio-bibliographies in the performing arts ; no. 69
Main Stack PN1998.3.R53.R34 1995

Richardson, Tony.
"The Two worlds of the cinema." 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
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Sragow, Michael
"Fan letter: Tony Richardson." Modern Review Vol I nr 20 (Apr-May 1995); p 17.

Hamlet

Tom Jones

Battestin, Martin C.
"Fielding on Film." Eighteenth-Century Life. 11 (2):110-113. 1987 May

Behrens, L..
"The argument of 'Tom Jones'." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VIII nr 1 (1980); p 22-34.
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Compares the ending of the novel and the film.

Cosgrove, Peter.
"The Cinema of Attractions and the Novel in Barry Lyndon and Tom Jones." In: Eighteenth-century fiction on screen / edited by Robert Mayer. pp: 16-34. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 26 pp..
Main Stack PN1997.85.E39 2002

Laban, Lawrence F.
"Visualizing Fielding's Point." In: The English novel and the movies / edited by Michael Klein and Gillian Parker. pp: 28-35. New York: Ungar, c1981
Main Stack PN1997.85.E53
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Nolley, Kenneth S.
"Reflections on Class: Tom Jones (1963) and Joseph Andrews (1977)." In: The cinema of Tony Richardson: essays and interviews
Edited by James M. Welsh and John C. Tibbetts ; foreword by Jocelyn Herbert. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1998.3.R53.C56 1999
PFA PN1998.3.R53.C56 1999

Slagle, Judith Bailey. Holtzclaw, Robert. Narrative
"Voice and 'Chorus on the Stage' in Tom Jones (1963)." In: The cinema of Tony Richardson: essays and interviews / Edited by James M. Welsh and John C. Tibbetts; foreword by Jocelyn Herbert. pp: 189-205. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, c1999. SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1998.3.R53.C56 1999

Stocker, Susan.
"The Commercialization of Tom Jones." Recovering Literature: a Journal of Contextualist Criticism. 19:49-52. 1993

Nicholas Roeg

Feineman, Neil.
Nicolas Roeg Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1978, c1977
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .R63174 1978

Gomez, Joseph.
"Another Look at Nicolas Roeg." Film Criticism, Fall1981, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p43-54, 12p
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Hacker, Jonathan.
"Nicholas Roeg." In: Take ten: contemporary British film directors / Jonathan Hacker and David Price. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1998.2.H33 1991

Hill, Lee
"Nicholas Roeg." (Great Directors - a Critical Databas)Senses of Cinema
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Izod, John
The films of Nicolas Roeg: myth and mind New York: St. Martin's Press, c1992.
MAIN: PN1998.3.R635 I96 1992

Kleinhans, Chuck.
"Nicholas Roeg permutations without profundity." Jump Cut; September/October, 1974, Issue 3, p 13, 5p

Kolker, Robert Phillip
"The Open Texts of Nicolas Roeg." Sight and Sound 46:2 (1977:Spring) p.82 Go to Journal Issue
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Lanza, Joseph.
Fragile geometry: the films, philosophy, and misadventures of Nicolas Roeg New York: PAJ Publications, 1989.
MOFF: PN1998.A3 R63175;

Patch, Andrew.
"Chromatic Borders, Cosmetic Bodies: Colour in the Films of Nicolas Roeg." Journal of British Cinema & Television, 2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p69-81, 13p
UC users only

Salwolke, Scott.
Nicolas Roeg, film by film Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c1993.
MAIN: PN1998.3.R635 S26 1993

"The Search for Self in the Films of Nicholas Roeg." Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film & Television, Fall74, Issue 13, p31-35, 5p,

Waller, Nick
"Nicolas Roeg: A Sense of Wonder." Film Criticism; Summer76, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p25-29, 5p
UC users only

Don't Look Now

Acevedo-Muñoz, Ernesto R.
"'Don't Look Now: Kubrick, Schnitzler, and 'The Unbearable Agony of Desire'." Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 117-37, Spring 2002.

Dempsey, Michael
"Don't Look Now." Film Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 3. (Spring, 1974), pp. 39-43.
UC users only

Dick, Leslie
"Desperation and desire." Sight & Sound Vol VII nr 1 (Jan 1997); p 10-13.
An analysis of the structure of "Don't look now", its refusal to use narrative markers, its cold humour, and other elements of the film which combine to give it an intense emotional impact.

"Don't look now." Film Quarterly v. 27 (Spring 1974) p. 39-43

Dyer, Richard
"Don't Look Now." Screen 1982 23: 61-73
UC users only

Ebert, Roger.
"Don't Look Now." In: The great movies II / Roger Ebert ; photo stills selected by Mary Corliss. 1st ed. New York: Broadway Books, 2005.
PFA PN1994.E232 2005

Frumkes, R.
"Don't look now." Films in Review v. 25 (January 1974) p. 49

Held, Leonard.
"Myth and Archetype in Nicholas Roeg's Walkabout." Post Script - Essays in Film and the Humanities 5.3 (Spring/Summer 1986): 21-46.

Kael, Pauline.
"Don't Look Now." In: Reeling / Pauline Kael. 1st ed. Boston: Little, Brown, c1976.
Moffitt PN1995.K252
Main Stack PN1995.K2521

Kennedy, Harlan
"The illusions of Nicholas Roeg." American Film Vol V nr 4 (Jan-Feb 1980); p 22-27.
Discussion of Roeg's 'cinematic labyrinths', the disoriented and voyeuristic qualities of his films, and his film-in-progress, "Bad timing".

Kinder, Marsha; Houston, Beverle. "Seeing Is Believing: The Exorcist and Don't Look Now." In: American horrors : essays on the modern American horror film / edited by Gregory A. Waller. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1987.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H6 A391 1987
Moffitt PN1995.9.H6 A391 1987
PFA PN1995.9.H6 A391 1987

Kolker, Robert Phillip
"The Open Texts of Nicolas Roeg." Sight and Sound, 46:2 (1977:Spring) p.82
UC users only
Analyses of Roeg's films, in relation to the open text theory.

Leach, Jim
"'Everyone's an American now': Thatcherist ideology in the films of Nicolas Roeg." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were startedEdited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

Milne, Tom; Houston, Penelope
"Don't Look Now: an interview with Nicolas Roeg." Sight and Sound 43:1 (1973/1974:Winter) p.2
UC users only

Palmer, James; Riley, Michael
"Seeing, Believing, and 'Knowing' in Narrative Film: Don't Look Now Revisited." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 14-25, 1995.

Patch Andrew
"Beneath the Surface: Nicholas Roeg's Don't Look Now." In: Don't look now : British cinema in the 1970s / edited by Paul Newland. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2010.
Full text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010
PFA PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010

Schröder, Gottfried.
"'Don't Look Now': Daphne du Maurier's Story and Nicolas Roeg's Film." Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 232-245, 1987

Schülting, Sabine.
"'Dream Factories': Hollywood and Venice in Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now." In: Venetian views, Venetian blinds: English fantasies of Venice / edited by Manfred Pfister and Barbara Schaff. pp: 195-212. Amsterdam ; Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1999. Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft ; 37
Main Stack PN56.3.V4.V465 1999

Wilson, Kristi.
"Time, Space and Vision: Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now." Screen. 40(3):277-94. 1999 Autumn

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Bukatman, Scott.
"The Man Who Fell to Earth--Loving the Alien." In: Terminal identity : the virtual subject in postmodern science fiction / Scott Bukatman. Durham : Duke University Press, 1993.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS374.S35 B84 1993
Moffitt PS374.S35 B84 1993

Feineman, Neil.
Nicolas Roeg Boston : Twayne Publishers, 1978, c1977
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .R63174 1978)

Lanza, Joseph.
Fragile geometry : the films, philosophy, and misadventures of Nicolas Roeg New York : PAJ Publications, 1989.
MOFF: PN1998.A3 R63175

Leach, James.
"The Man who Fell to Earth: Adaption by Omission." Literature Film Quarterly; Fall78, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p371, 9p
UC users only

Lowentrout, Peter M.
"The Meta-Aesthetic of Popular Science Fiction Film." Extrapolation , Winter1988, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p349-364, 16p
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The article examines science fiction films including "Starman," "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" and "The Man Who Fell to Earth." The motion picture "The Man Who Fell to Earth" functions as a parable, which aims to question the convictions of the industrial culture. On the other hand, "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" is a myth about the friendship of an alien and a human being.

Milne, T.
"The man who fell to earth." Sight & Sound v. 45 no. 3 (Summer 1976) p. 145-7

Pribisic, Milan.
"Pop Star is the Medium is the Message." Cineaction, 2010, Issue 82/83, p29-33, 5p
UC users only

Roberts, Adam.
"The Man Who Fell to Earth." Science Fiction Film & Television, 2008, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p155-159, 5p
UC users only

Salwolke, Scott.
Nicolas Roeg, film by film Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c1993.
MAIN: PN1998.3.R635 S26 1993

Smith, Justin.
"'The Man Who Fell to Earth' (1976)." In: Withnail and us: cult films and film cults in British cinema / Justin Smith. London : I.B.Tauris, 2010.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)

Smith, Justin.
"The 'lack' and how to get it: Reading male anxiety in A Clockwork Orange, Tommy, and the Man Who Fell to Earth" In: Don't look now : British cinema in the 1970s / edited by Paul Newland. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2010.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010

Waller, Nick.
"Nicolas Roeg: A Sense of Wonder" Film Criticism, Summer76, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p25-29, 5p
UC users only

Wert, William F. Van
"Film: Film as Science-Friction: Nicholas Roeg's "The Man Who Fell to Earth." Western Humanities Review 33:2 (1979:Spring) 141

Ken Russell

Articles about Women in Love (Ken Russell)

Baxter, John
An appalling talent: Ken Russell London: Joseph, 1973.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 R7721

"British directors." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VIII nr 1 (1980); p 2-68.
Six articles on UK directors, Ken Russell, Carol Reed, Tony Richardson, Lindsay Anderson and John Schlesinger.

Gentry, Ric.
"Ken Russell: An Interview." Post Script: Essays in Film & the Humanities. 1(3):2-23. 1983 Spring-Summer

Claydon, E. Anna.
"Masculinity and Deviance in British Cinema of the 1970s: Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll in The Wicker Man, Tommy, and the Rocky Horror Picture Show." In: Don't look now : British cinema in the 1970s / edited by Paul Newland. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2010.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010

Dempsey, Michael.
"Ken Russell, Again: In Print and Film." Film Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Winter, 1977-1978), pp. 19-24
UC users only

Gomez, Joseph A.
Ken Russell: the adaptor as creator London: Muller, 1976.
MAIN: PN1998.A3R7731; Storage Info: B 3 569 731

Gomez, Joseph A.
"Russell's Images of Lawrence's Vision." In: The English novel and the movies / edited by Michael Klein and Gillian Parker. pp: 248-256. New York: Ungar, c1981
Main Stack PN1997.85.E53
Moffitt PN1997.85.E53

Grant, Barry Keith
"The body politic: Ken Russell in the 1980s." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

Hanke, Ken
Ken Russell's films Published: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press, 1984.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 R7734 1984
MOFF: PN1998.A3 R7734

Ken Russell New York: Monarch Press, c1976.
MAIN: PN1998 .A3R7741

Kermode, Mark.
"Raising Hell." Sight & Sound. 12(12):28-31. 2002 Dec

Phillips, Gene D.
Ken Russell Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .R776

Phillips, Gene D.
"Ken Russell: the past as present." In: Major film directors of the American and British cinema / Gene D. Phillips. Rev. ed. Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1999.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P55 1999

Phillips, Gene.
"Ken Russell's two Lawrence films: "The Rainbow" and "Women in Love." Literature-Film Quarterly, Jan 1997 v25 n1 p68(6)
" Ken Russell's adaptations of D.H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow" and "Women in Love" successfully capture the spirit of the companion novels. The films were actually done 20 years apart, "Women in Love" in 1969 and "The Rainbow" in 1989, and in reverse chronological order. Russell was involved in the writing of both screenplays, and he has stated that he wished to use as much of Lawrence's language as possible. Both films were well-received critically as faithful adaptations that benefited from the artistry of both Lawrence and Russell." [Expanded Academic Index]

Rosenfeldt, Diane.
Ken Russell: a guide to references and resources Boston: G. K. Hall, c1978.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 R777 1978; Storage Info: B 3 188 217

Suttor, Timonthy L.
"Ken Russell." In: Religion in film / edited by John R. May and Michael Bird 1st ed Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, c1982
Main Stack PN1995.9.R4.R4 1982
MoffittPN1995.9.R4.R4 1982

Russell, Ken
"A British picture : an autobiography" London : Heinemann, 1989.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 R777 1989

Smith, Justin.
"The 'lack' and how to get it: Reading male anxiety in A Clockwork Orange, Tommy, and the Man Who Fell to Earth" In: Don't look now : British cinema in the 1970s / edited by Paul Newland. Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2010.
MAIN: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 D66 2010

John Schlesinger

"British directors." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VIII nr 1 (1980); p 2-68.
Six articles on UK directors, Ken Russell, Carol Reed, Tony Richardson, Lindsay Anderson and John Schlesinger.

Brooker-Bowers, Nancy
John Schlesinger: a guide to references and resources Boston: G. K. Hall, c1978.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 S3374; MOFF: PN1998.A3 S3374

Buruma, Ian
Conversations with John Schlesinger Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2006
Full text available online (UCB users only)

Buruma, Ian.
"On John Schlesinger (1926-2003).(filmmaker)(Biography)." The New York Review of Books 50.14 (Sept 25, 2003): 51(2).

"Dialogue on film." American Film Vol XVI nr 1 (Jan 1991); p 16-21
Director J.S. discusses the collaborative process and reevaluates his work.

"Dialogue on film." American Film Vol XIII nr 2 (Nov 1987); p 13,15,17
Director J.S. discusses his films.

"Dialogue on film: John Schlesinger." American Film Vol V nr 3 (Dec 1979); p 33-41
Discussion of J.S.'s views on directing and highlights of his career. From a seminar at the American Film

"John Schlesinger. (director) (interview)." American Film 23.n2 (Nov 1987): 13(3).

Kitses, Jim
"Gavin Lambert." Screen Vol XIII nr 2 (Summer 1972); p 55-78
G.L.'s reasons for leaving Britain. The different attitudes to film aesthetics and criticism in England and France. The problems of the British cinema. Incl. bio-filmographic notes on: Paul Rotha, John Schlesinger, Tony Richardson and Karel Reisz.

Kort, Michele.
"After 'Midnight.' (gay film director John Schlesinger; 'Midnight Cowboy')." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) n651 (March 22, 1994 n651): 64(5).

Mann, William J.
Edge of midnight: the life of John Schlesinger London: Hutchinson, 2004.
MAIN: PN1998.3.S34 M36 2004

Murphy, Robert.
"John Schlesinger.(Obituary)." Sight and Sound 13.9 (Sept 2003): 3(1).

Natale, Richard; Gray, Timothy M.
"Edgy director: Schlesinger made dramas that nabbed attention and kudos." Variety Vol CCCXCI nr 11 (Aug 4 2003); p 46,47

Phillips, Gene D.
"Exile in Hollywood: John Schlesinger." Literature Film Quarterly, Spring77, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p98, 7p
UC users only

Phillips, Gene D.
John Schlesinger Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .P2852
MOFF: PN1998.A3 .P2852

Phillips, Gene D.
"John Schlesinger: kinds of loving." In: Major film directors of the American and British cinema / Gene D. Phillips. Rev. ed. Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1999.
Main Stack PN1998.2.P55 1999

Phillips, Gene D.
"John Schlesinger interview." Film Comment Vol XI nr 3 (May-Jun 1975); p 40-43
J.S. discusses his career and his methods of filmmaking.

Phillips, Gene D.
"The Personal Vision of John Schlesinger." America; 10/16/1971, Vol. 125 Issue 11, p290-292, 3p

Porton, Richard; Ellickson, Lee
"Reflections of an Englishman Abroad: An Interview with John Schlesinger." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 39-41, 1994.

Price, Victoria.
"A Life On The Edge." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (March 28, 2000): 68.
UC users only

Riley, Michael M.
""I Both Hate and Love What I Do" An Interview with John Schlesinger." Literature Film Quarterly; Spring78, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p104, 12p

Spotnitz, Frank.
"John Schlesinger: a director with a blueprint ... and a 'pincher' of ideas. (motion picture director) (interview)." American Film 16.n1 (Jan 1991): 16(6).

Vary, Adam B.
"Darling John: Maverick director John Schlesinger forever changed the face of gay cinema.(in memoriam)." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (Sept 2, 2003): 51(2).
UC users only

Day of the Locust

Allmendinger, Blake
"The Death of a Mute Mythology: From Silent Movies to the Talkies in Day of the Locust." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 107-111, 1988.
UC users only

Dassanowsky, Robert von
"'You Wouldn't Even Believe What Your Eyes Can See': Cinema's Messianism and Fascist Reflection in John Schlesinger's The Day of the Locust." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 39, pp. (no pagination), Spring 2006

French, Philip
"The day of the locust."Sight & Sound Vol XLIV nr 3 (Summer 1975); p 189

Gill, Brendan
"A plague of locusts. Film Comment Vol XI nr 3 (May-June 1975); p 43

Goldman, Peter
"Consumer Society and its Discontents: The Truman Show and The Day of the Locust." Anthropoetics: The Journal of Generative Anthropology, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. [no pagination], Fall 2004.

Jones, E.T.
"That's wormwood: The day of the locust." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VI nr 3 (Summer 1978); p 222-229
UC users only
Explains the failure of Schlesinger's adaptation of Nathanael West's nove

McBride, Joseph
"The glory that was Hollywood." American Film Vol I nr 3 (Dec 1975); p 52-56
Hollywood looking at itself in a resurgence of films about its own past such as "The day of the locust" and "Gable and Lombard"

McEntee, Jason T.
"The novel-to-film translatability of satire in the The day of the locust and Wise blood." Quarterly Review of Film and Video Vol XVII nr 3 (Oct 2000); p 229-243
Examines how two novels translated into film by looking at the satiric elements.

Meyer, A.
"Days of the waivers." Sight & Sound Vol XLIV nr 1 (Winter 1974-75); p 39-41
Account of shooting a crowd scene in John Schlesinger's "The day of the locust".

Pogel, Nancy
"Humor into Film: Self-Reflections in Adaptations of Black Comic Novels." In: Black humor : critical essays / [edited by] Alan R. Pratt. New York : Garland Pub., 1993.
Main Stack PS430.B48 1993
Moffitt PS430.B48 1993

Pogel, Nancy; Chamberlain, William
"Humor into Film: Self-Reflections in Adaptations of Black Comic Novels." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 187-193, 1985.

Rand, K.
"Behind the scenes of 'The day of the locust'." American Cinematographer Vol LVI nr 6 (June 1975); p 692, 650-53
The conception and production of the film 'The day of the locust'.

Rapf, Jerome E.
"'Human Need' in The Day of the Locust: Problems of Adaptation." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 22-31, 1981.
UC users only
Aspects of N. West's novel that make it particularly difficult to adapt, with references to the 1975 film, written by Waldo Salt.

Far From the Madding Crowd

Chalfont, Fran E.
"From Strength to Strength: John Schlesinger's Film of Far from the Madding Crowd." Thomas Hardy Annual, vol. 5, pp. 63-74, 1987.

Chalfont, Fran E.
"From Strength to Strength: John Schlesinger's Film of Far from the Madding Crowd." Thomas Hardy Annual, vol. 5, pp. 63-74, 1987.

Costabile, Rita
"Hardy in Soft Focus." The English Novel and the Movies. (pp. 155-164). New York: Ungar, 383 pp.

Sasaki, Toru.
"John Schlesinger's "Far from the Madding Crowd": A Reassessment." Literature Film Quarterly, 2009, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p194-200, 7p
UC users only

Selby, Keith
"Hardy, History and Hokum." In: The classic novel : from page to screen / edited by Robert Giddings and Erica Sheen. Manchester : Manchester University Press, c2000.
Main Stack PN1995.3.C53 2000
PFA PN1995.3.C53 2000

Webster, Roger
"Reproducing Hardy: Familiar and Unfamiliar Versions of Far from the Madding Crowd and Tess of the D'Urbervilles." Critical Survey, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 143-51, 1993.

Welsh, James M.
"Hardy and the Pastoral, Schlesinger and Shepherds: Far from the Madding Crowd." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 79-84, 1981.
UC users only

Wilson, Keith; Cortus, Betty; Hughes, Elizabeth; Morgan, Rosemarie; Flynn, Suzanne J.; Morgan, Bill; Allingham, Philip; Clark, David.
"Hardy: Drama and Movies: Far from the Madding Crowd." Hardy Review, vol. 4, pp. 98-102,

Midnight Cowboy

Bapis, Elaine M.
"Under the influence : representing masculinity in Midnight cowboy." In: Camera and action : American film as agent of social change, 1965-1975 / Elaine M. Bapis. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.U6 B294 2008

Denby, D.
"Midnight cowboy." (review) Film Quarterly v 23 Fall 1969. p. 20-2

Fiore, Robert L.
"The Picaresque Tradition in "Midnight Cowboy". " Literature/Film Quarterly 3:3 (1975:Summer) 270
Discusses the film in terms of the picaresque mode in literature.

Floyd, Kevin
"Closing the (heterosexual) frontier: 'Midnight Cowboy' as national allegory." Science & Society Spring 2001 v65 i1 p99(3)
UC users only
"Issues concerning the cultural and political symbolism in the de-territorialization of the figure of the cowboy in the film 'Midnight Cowboy' by John Schlesinger are discussed. Contrasts between the United States' imperialist focus and the global capitalist crisis are emphasized." [Expanded Academic Index]

Floyd, Kevin
"Closing the (heterosexual) frontier: 'Midnight Cowboy' as national allegory." In: The reification of desire : toward a queer Marxism / Kevin Floyd. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HX550.H65 F66 2009

Gow, G.
"Midnight cowboy." (review) Films and Filming v 25 Sept 1979. p. 13-14

Holtan, Orley I.
"The Agrarian Myth in "Midnight Cowboy, Alice's Restaurant, Easy Rider" and "Medium Cool" Journal of Popular Culture 4:1 (1970:Summer) p.273
UC users only

Howlett, Kathy M.
"Utopian Revisioning of Falstaff's Tavern World: Orson Welles's Chimes at Midnight and Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho." In: The reel Shakespeare: alternative cinema and theory Edited by Lisa S. Starks and Courtney Lehmann. pp: 165-88. Madison [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London; Cranbury, N.J.: Associated University Presses, c2002.
Main Stack PR3093.R44 2002

"John Schlesinger, Joe Buck and Ratso." (director reflects on his 1969 film 'Midnight Cowboy') New Yorker v70, n2 (Feb 28, 1994):41 (2 pages).

Marsha Kinder
"The Return of the Outlaw Couple." Film Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 4 (Summer, 1974), pp. 2-10
UC users only

Kort, Michele.
"After 'Midnight.': (gay film director John Schlesinger; 'Midnight Cowboy') Advocate, n651 (March 22, 1994):64 (5 pages).
Gay director John Schlesinger was chosen Best Director during the 1969 Academy Awards for the film, 'Midnight'

LaPalma, Marina DeBellagente.
"Meditations on Masculinity: Accattone and Midnight Cowboy." Italian Culture, vol. 10. 1992. pp: 217-25.

Le Coney, Christopher; Trodd, Zoe
"Reagan's Rainbow Rodeos: Queer Challenges to the Cowboy Dreams of Eighties America." Canadian Review of American Studies; 2009, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p163-183, 21p
UC users only

Man, Glenn
"Midnight Cowboy." In: Radical visions : American film renaissance, 1967-1976 / Glenn Man. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1994.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.U6 M247 1994
Moffitt PN1993.5.U6 M247 1994 c.11

Mann, William J.
Edge of midnight: the life of John Schlesinger
MAIN: PN1998.3.S34 M36 2004

Maslin, Janet
"The sad tale of a hustler is reissued." ('Midnight Cowboy') (Column) The New York Times Feb 20, 1994 v143 s2 pH11(N) pH11(L) col 5 (15 col in)

"Midnight cowboy." (review) America v 120 June 28 1969. p. 737-8

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Film Quarterly v 23 Winter 1969. p. 3-16

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Journal of Popular Culture, v4 (Spring 1971), pp: 933-41

"Midnight cowboy." (review)Journal of Popular Culture, v4 (Summer 1970), pp: 273-85

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Magill's Survey of Cinema. Series I. v3, pp: 1095-97
Main Lib. Reference PN1995.M3 Library has: 1-4

"Midnight cowboy." (review) The Nation v 208 June 16 1969. p. 774

"Midnight cowboy." The New Republic v 160 June 7 1969. p. 20+

"Midnight cowboy." (review) The New Yorker v 45 Sept 27 1969. p. 127

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Newsweek v 74 July 28 1969. p. 85

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Saturday Review v 52 May 31 1969. p. 44

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Saturday Review v 54 July 17 1971. p. 14

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Sight and Sound, v38 (Autumn 1969), pp: 211-212

"Midnight cowboy." (review) Time v 93 May 30 1969. p. 89

Moon, Michael.
"Outlaw Sex and the "Search for America": Representing Male Prostitution and Perverse Desire in Sixties Film" ('My Hustler' and 'Midnight Cowboy'). Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):27 (14 pages).
UC users only
Notes the increased prominence of the male prostitute in US cinema of the 1960's, from underground ("My hustler") to mainstream ("Midnight cowboy").
"Sixties films such as 'Midnight Cowboy' and 'My Hustler' challenged the predominant notions of homosexuality and masculinity in America. Previous film representations of homosexuality reached only small audiences, received little acclaim and portrayed homosexual characters as sensitive, introspective individuals who were seeking affirmation for their liberal feelings. 'Midnight Cowboy' won the Oscar for best picture in 1969 and portrayed homosexuals as tough, outwardly aggressive, intense and angry. 'Midnight Cowboy' and 'My Hustler' expressed the greater feelings of a nation searching for its identity." [Expanded Academic Index]

Moon, Michael.
"Outlaw Sex and the "Search for America": Representing Male Prostitution and Perverse Desire in Sixties Film." In: A small boy and others : imitation and initiation in American culture from Henry James to Andy Warhol Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ76.25 .M66 1998

Porton, Richard.
"Reflections of an Englishman Abroad: An Interview with John Schlesinger." Cineaste, vol. 20 no. 4. 1994. PAGES: 39-41.
UC users only
"British director John Schlesinger's fascination with fantasy is evident in majority of the American films he has made, such as 'Midnight Cowboy' and 'Billy Liar.' Throughout both films, the delineation of the monotony of everyday living and the rich fantasy lives of the characters is continually underscored. The former, now regarded as a classic, is believed to be the first commercial films to deal with homosexuality and male hustling." [Expanded Academic Index]

Riley, M.M.
"'I both hate and love what I do'. An interview with John Schlesinger." Literature/Film Quarterly Vol VI nr 2 (Spring 1978); p 104-115
Discussion in January 1977 concentrating esp. on "Midnight cowboy", "Sunday, bloody Sunday" and "The day of the locust".

Sinkler, E.
"Midnight cowboy." (review)Films in Review, v20 (Aug.-Sept. 1969), p. 447

Peter Watkins

Arthur, Paul.
"The Troublemaker." Film Comment, May/Jun2004, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p58-65, 7p
UC users only

Friedman, Lester
"The Necessity of Confrontation Cinema: Peter Watkins Interviewed." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 237-248, 1983
UC users only

Gomez, Joseph A.
Peter Watkins. Boston : Twayne Publishers, 1979
MAIN: PN1998.A3 .W3524; Storage Info: B 5 092 395

Hirschorn, Michael.
"He Saw It Coming." Atlantic Monthly , Nov2008, Vol. 302 Issue 4, p51-52, 2p
UC users only

Rapfogel, Jared.
"Cautionary Tales and Alternate Histories: The Films of Peter Watkins." Cineaste 32:2 (Spring 2007)
UC users only

Welsh, James M.
"The Dystopian Cinema of Peter Watkins." Film Criticism; Fall82, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p26-36, 11p
UC users only

Welsh, James M.
""Film & History: Interview Peter Watkins: Therapeutic Cinema and the Repressive Mind." Film And History 7:1 (Feb. 1977) P. 6
UC users only

Welsh, James Michael.
Peter Watkins : a guide to references and resources Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, c1986.
MAIN: PN1998.A3 W35281 1986; Storage Info: B 5 092 396

La Commune

Arthur, Paul.
"La Commune." Film Comment, Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p72, 2p
UC users only

Hirschorn, Michael.
"He Saw It Coming." Atlantic Monthly , Nov2008, Vol. 302 Issue 4, p51-52, 2p
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Panchasi, Roxanne.
"If the revolution had been televised: The productive anachronisms of Peter Watkins's La Commune (Paris, 1871)." Rethinking History, Dec2006, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p553-571, 18p
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Wayne, Michael.
"The Tragedy of History: Peter Watkins's La Commune. Third Text, Spring2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p57-69, 13p
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Welsh, James Michael.
"Film & History: Interview Peter Watkins: Therapeutic Cinema and the Repressive Mind." Film And History 7:1 (Feb. 1977) P. 6
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Culloden

Cull, Nicholas J.
"Peter Watkins's Culloden and the Alternative Form in Historical Filmmaking." Film International Volume: 1 | Issue: 1 January 2003 Page(s): 48-53
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Cull, Nicholas J.
"Peter Watkins's Culloden and the Alternative Form in Historical Filmmaking." In: Retrovision : reinventing the past in film and fiction / edited by Deborah Cartmell, I.Q. Hunter, and Imelda Whelehan. London ; Sterling, Virginia : Pluto Press, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H5.R46 2001

Gold, John R.; Gold, Margaret M.
"The Graves of the Gallant Highlanders": Memory, Interpretation and Narratives of Culloden." History & Memory Volume 19, Number 1, Spring/Summer 2007
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Gold, John R.; Gold, Margaret M.
"Understanding Narratives of Nationhood: Film-makers and Culloden." Journal of Geography Volume 101, Issue 6, 2002, Pages 261 - 270
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Hark, Ina Rae.
"On Eyewitnessing History: The Compromised Spectator in Peter Watkins's 'Culloden'." South Atlantic Quarterly 1985 84(3): 294-301 8p.

Hirschorn, Michael.
"He Saw It Coming." Atlantic Monthly , Nov2008, Vol. 302 Issue 4, p51-52, 2p
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Lajtha, Terry.
"Brechtian Devices in Non-Brechtian Cinema: Culloden." Literature/Film Quarterly. 1981. Vol. 9, Iss. 1; p. 9 (6 pages)
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Niemi, Robert.
"Culloden (1964)" In: History in the media : film and television Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2006.
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Welsh, James M.
""Film & History: Interview Peter Watkins: Therapeutic Cinema and the Repressive Mind." Film And History 7:1 (Feb. 1977) P. 6
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Edvard Munch

Brooke, Michael.
"Edvard Munch." Sight and Sound 17:11 (November 2007) p. 85
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Cook, John R.
"The Past is Myself: Peter Watkins' Edvard Munch (1973)" Critical Studies in Television, May2007, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p2-18, 17p
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Gomez, Andrea; Gomez, Joseph.
"On the Making of "Edvard Munch" Discussions with Peter Watkins and Odd Geir Saether." Film Criticism, Fall77, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p36-42, 7p
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Gomez, Joseph A.
"Peter Watkins's Edvard Munch." Film Quarterly Vol. 30, No. 2 (Winter, 1976-1977), pp. 38-46
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Nolley, Kenneth.
"Narrative Innovation in Edvard Munch." Literature Film Quarterly, 1987, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p107, 9p
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The Gladiators

Cook, John R.
"Gaming the system: Peter Watkins' The Gladiators and Punishment Park." Science Fiction Film & Television, 2009, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p105-113, 9p
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Privilege
Macnab, Geoffrey. "Privilege." Sight & Sound, Apr2010, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p87-88, 2p UC users only

Punishment Park

Cook, John R.
"Gaming the system: Peter Watkins' The Gladiators and Punishment Park." Science Fiction Film & Television, 2009, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p105-113, 9p
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Rapfogel, Jared.
"Cautionary Tales and Alternate Histories: The Films of Peter Watkins." Cineaste, Spring2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p20-25, 6p
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The War Game

Arthur, Paul.
"The Troublemaker." Film Comment, May/Jun2004, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p58-65, 7p
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Chapman, James
"The BBC and the Censorship of The War Game (1965)." Journal of Contemporary History January 2006 vol. 41 no. 1 75-94
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Murphy, Patrick
"The War Game-The Controversy." Film International, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 25-28, 2003

Rosenthal, Alan.
"The War Game: An Interview with Peter Watkins." In: New challenges for documentary / edited by Alan Rosenthal. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1988.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.D6 N3771 1988

Rosenthal, Alan.
"Tales of Cultural Tourism: Keeping the Lid On." In: Why docudrama? : fact-fiction on film and TV / edited by Alan Rosenthal. Carbondale, Ill. : Southern Illinois University Press, c1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H5 W58 1999

Shaw, Tony.
"The BBC, the State and Cold War Culture: The Case of Television's The War Game (1965)." English Historical Review, Dec2006, Vol. 121 Issue 494, p1351-1384, 34p
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Welsh, James M.
"The Dystopian Cinema of Peter Watkins." Film Criticism; Fall82, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p26-36, 11p
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Michael Winterbottom

Dark, Chris
"Author! Author?" Film Comment; May/June 2011, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p42-45, 4p
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"Nineteen features since Michael Winterbottom's 1995 debut Butterfly Kiss adds up to a hefty output of more than a movie a year. When one factors in the 50-year-old director's genre-hopping range, from comedies to period films, literary adaptations to docudramas, via some generally unclassifiable hybrids, one gets a body of work whose volume and variety is often discussed as a challenge to the notion of authorship. The writer discusses Winterbottom's career, particularly his latest movie, The Trip." [EBSCO]

McFarlane, Brian
Michael Winterbottom / Brian McFarlane and Deane Williams. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.W5685 M34 2009

Winterbottom, Michael.
Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Butterfly Kiss

Ciment, Michel; Tobin, Yann; Walter, Leighton (translator); Chomat, Catherine (translator)
"People Who Are Excluded from Society: Interview with Michael Winterbottom." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Frumkes, Roy
"FIR Chats with Director Michael Winterbottom." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Simonelli, Rocco.
"Butterfly Kiss" Films in Review, May/June 1996, Vol. 47, p68-69, 2p UC users only

Code 46

Dix, Andrew.
""Do you want this world left on?": Global Imaginaries in the Films of Michael Winterbottom." Style, Spring2009, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p3-25, 23p
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Goss, Brian Michael.
"Taking Cover From Progress." Journal of Communication Inquiry; Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p62-78, 17p
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Hesselberth, Pepita; Schuster, Laura.
"Into the Mind and Out to the World: Memory Anxiety in Mind-Game Film." In: Mind the screen: media concepts according to Thomas Elsaesser / edited by Jaap Kooijman, Patricia Pisters and Wanda Stauven. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, c2008.
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Loshitzky, Yosefa.
"The Camp Trilogy: Michael Winterbottom's In this World, Code 46, and the Road to Guantanamo." In: Screening strangers : migration and diaspora in contemporary European cinema / Yosefa Loshitzky. Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University Press, c2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.E8 L58 2010

Mitchell, Wendy.
"Michael Winterbottom on Code 46: Typical Love Story in an Atypical World." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Tan, Kathy-Ann
"'If You're Not on Paper, You Don't Exist': Depictions of Illegal Immigration and Asylum in Film: On Michael Winterbottom's In This World (2002) and Code 46 (2003)." In: Multi-ethnic Britain 2000+ : new perspectives in literature, film and the arts / edited by Lars Ecks Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2008.
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Vackimes, Sophia.
"The Genetically Engineered Body: A Cinematic Context." Max Planck Institute for the History of Science; Preprint 347
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In This World

Dix, Andrew.
""Do you want this world left on?": Global Imaginaries in the Films of Michael Winterbottom." Style, Spring2009, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p3-25, 23p UC users only

Farrier, David.
"The journey is the film is the journey: Michael Winterbottom's In This World." Research in Drama Education, Jun2008, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p223-232, 10p
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Helff, Sissy
"Scapes of Refuge in Multicultural Britain: Representing Refugees in Digital Docudrama and Mockumentary." In: Multi-ethnic Britain 2000+ : new perspectives in literature, film and the arts / edited by Lars Ecks Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2008.
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Landesman, Ohad.
"In and out of this world: digital video and the aesthetics of realism in the new hybrid documentary." Studies in Documentary Film Volume: 2 | Issue: 1 March 2008 33-45
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Loshitzky, Yosefa.
"The Camp Trilogy: Michael Winterbottom's In this World, Code 46, and the Road to Guantanamo." In: Screening strangers : migration and diaspora in contemporary European cinema / Yosefa Loshitzky. Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University Press, c2010.
(Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.E8 L58 2010)

Porton, Richard.
"In Praise of Folly: An Interview with Michael Winterbottom." Cineaste, Spring2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p28-31, 4p
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Prime, Rebecca.
"Stranger Than Fiction: Genre and Hybridity in the "Refugee Film." Post Script - Essays in Film and the Humanities 25:2 (Winter 2005-Spring 2006) p. 56-66
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Tan, Kathy-Ann
"'If You're Not on Paper, You Don't Exist': Depictions of Illegal Immigration and Asylum in Film: On Michael Winterbottom's In This World (2002) and Code 46 (2003)." In: Multi-ethnic Britain 2000+ : new perspectives in literature, film and the arts / edited by Lars Ecks Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2008.
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Jude

Atkinson, Michael.
"Michael Winterbottom: cinema as heart attack." Film Comment, January/February 1998, Vol. 34, p44-47, 4p
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Goodhew, Philip.
"It was grim, I was happy." Sight & Sound, July 1997, Vol. 7, p61-61, 1p
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Macnab, Geoffrey.
"Jude." Sight & Sound, October 1996, Vol. 6, p45-46, 2p
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Mitchell, Judith.
"All Fall down: Hardy's Heroes on the 1990s Cinema Screen." In: Thomas Hardy on screen / edited by T.R. Wright. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR4757.F55 T48 2005

Strong, Jeremy.
"'Tess,' 'Jude,' and the Problem of Adapting Hardy." Literature/Film Quarterly, 2006, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p195-203, 9p
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Stuart, Jan.
"Winterbottom The (Increasingly Less) Obscure." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Schweik, Robert
"Adapting Hardy's Jude the Obscure for the Screen: A Study in Contrasts." In: Thomas Hardy on screen / edited by T.R. Wright. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR4757.F55 T48 2005

A Mighty Heart

Jaafar, Ali; Gant, Charles.
"A World Without Pity." Sight & Sound, Oct2007, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p24-26, 3p
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Jundi, Nancy.
"Remembering A Mighty Heart." CinemaEditor, 2007 4th Quarter, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p42-46, 4p
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Pearl, Judea.
"Mixed Messages." New Republic, 7/23/2007, Vol. 237 Issue 2, p18-19, 2p
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Quart, Alissa.
"Road Pictures for Our Times." The American Prospect. Sep 2007. Vol. 18, Iss. 9; pg. 35, 3 pgs
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Sobczynski, Peter.
"Michael Winterbottom Opens His Heart." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Vajpeyi, Ananya.
"Through western eyes." New Statesman, 9/17/2007, Vol. 137 Issue 4862, p38-39, 2p
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The Road to Guantanimo

Arthur, Paul.
"The Road to Guantanimo" Film Comment, May/June 2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p71-72, 2p
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Bennett, Bruce.
"Cinematic perspectives on the 'war on terror': The Road to Guantanamo (2006) and activist cinema." New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 2008, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p111-126, 16p
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Betsalel, Ken; Gibney, Mark
"Can A Film End A War?" Human Rights Quarterly; May 2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p522-525, 4p
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Cocco, Marie.
"Accidental Tourists" American Prospect, June 2006, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p51-53, 3p
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D'Arcy, David
"Michael Winterbottom's Road Movie." In: Michael Winterbottom / Brian McFarlane and Deane Williams. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2009.
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Dix, Andrew.
""Do you want this world left on?": Global Imaginaries in the Films of Michael Winterbottom." Style, Spring2009, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p3-25, 23p;
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Durham, Chris.
"The Road To Guantanamo (Michael Winterbottom/Mat Whitecross, 2006): A Commentary." Communication, Culture & Critique, Jun2008, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p222-226, 5p
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Gibbons, Meghan
"Representing the Real on The Road to Guantanamo." In: The war on terror and American popular culture : September 11 and beyond / edited by Andrew Schopp and Matthew B. Hill. Madison, NJ : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HV6432.7 .W36 2009

Kern, Gary
"The Tortured and the Torturers: Six Films on Prisoner Abuse." Intelligence & National Security; Dec2010, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p868-874, 7p
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Trbic, Boris.
"Stranded in the War on (T)Error: 'The Road to Guantanamo'." Metro, Summer2007, Issue 151, p36-41, 6p
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Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story

D'Arcy, David.
"Michael Winterbottom: 'That's How People Are'" In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Porton, Richard.
"In Praise of Folly: An Interview with Michael Winterbottom." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 31. 2 (2006 Spring): 28-31.
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Film director Michael Winterbottom responds to questions about his narrative style in adapting novels for the screen, how he develops characters by interacting with actors, and several production aspects of his adaptation of Laurence Sterne's "A Cock and Bull Story," among other topics.

Rodrick, Stephen.
"Michael Winterbottom Gets Naked" In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Spencer, Liese.
"."The Postmodernist Always Wings It Twice Sight and Sound 16. 2 (2006 Feb): 14-17.
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Voigts-Virchow, Eckart
"Metadaptation: Adaptation and Intermediality - Cock and Bull." Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance; Jul2009, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p137-152, 16p
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24 Hour Party People

Kipp, Jeremiah
"Anarchy in the U.K.: An Interview with 24 Hour Party People Director Michael Winterbottom." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Welcome to Sarajevo

Atkinson, Michael.
"Michael Winterbottom: cinema as heart attack." Film Comment, January/February 1998, Vol. 34, p44-47, 4p
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Brooks, Xan.
"Welcome to Sarajevo" Sight & Sound, November 1997, Vol. 7, p56-57, 2p
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Camino, Mercedes Maroto.
"'The war is so young': masculinity and war correspondence in Welcome to Sarajevo and Territorio Comanche." Studies in European Cinema, 2005, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p115-124, 10p
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Garrett, Stephen.
"An Interview with Michael Winterbottom, Director of Welcome to Sarajevo." In: Michael Winterbottom: interviews / edited by Damon Smith. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2010.
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Lane, Anthony.
"Welcome to Sarajevo" New Yorker, December 1 1997, Vol. 73, p101-102, 2p

Molloy, Patricia.
"Theatrical Release: Catharsis and Spectacle in Welcome to Sarajevo." Alternatives: Global, Local, Political. Jan-Mar2000, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p75. 16p.
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Portuges, Catherine.
"Welcome to Sarajevo" American Historical Review, April 1999, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p693-695, 3p
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Simon, John.
"Welcome to Sarajevo"National Review, December 22 1997, Vol. 49, p69-70, 2p
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Wonderland

Brunsdon, Charlotte.
"London Films: From Private Gardens to Utopian Moments. Cineaste, Fall2001, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p43, 4p
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Ealing Studios

Barr, Charles.
Ealing Studios / Berkeley : University of California Press, 1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1999.E3 B3 1998
PFA PN1999.E3 B3 1998

Barr, Charles.
Ealing Studios / Charles Barr Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 1980
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Barr, Charles.
"'Projecting Britain and the British Character': Ealing Studios, Part II." Screen, Spring74, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p87-121, 35p
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Barr, Charles.
"'Projecting Britain and the British Character': Ealing Studios, Part II." Screen, Summer74, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p129-163, 35p
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Ellis, John.
"Made in Ealing." Screen; Spring75, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p78-127, 50p
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Geraghty, Christine
"The post-war settlement and women's choices: melodrama and realism in Ealing drama." In: British cinema in the fifties: gender, genre and the 'new look' / Christine Geraghty. London : Routledge, 2000.
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Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 G47 2000

Hunt, Martin
"New Labour, New Criticism: a Contemporary Re-Assessment of Ealing and The Archers." Quarterly Review of Film and Video v. 19 no. 3 (2002) p. 261-9 UC users only
"Despite clear differences in emphasis and styles, British films from Ealing Studios and from The Archers, the company of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, share a common link to a deeper current that is concerned with continuity and change in British social, political, and cultural history. There are clearly identifiable and distinct differences between the films of Ealing and The Archers, but these differences are less important than is often asserted, and they are largely differences of emphasis rather than oppositions. Both sets of films can be accommodated within a broad band of commitment to the social. As the films are mainly concerned with public rather than private discourse, and with social rather than individual action, they depict the individual within the social, using characters who have an element of individuation, but who, nevertheless, remain representative without becoming stereotypical. The films made by these companies during World War II and the immediate postwar period are infused with concerns for the tension between continuity or change, or the continuing establishment and re-establishment of consensus." [Art Index]

Pulleine, Tim.
"A song and dance at the local: thoughts on Ealing." In: The British cinema book / edited by Robert Murphy. London : British Film Institute, 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 B66 1997

Whitehall, Richard.
"The Studio with the Team Spirit." Quarterly Review of Film Studies; Spring1985, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p161-165, 5p

Irish Cinema

Andrew, Dudley
"The theater of Irish cinema." (The Theater of Irish Cinema)(Critical Essay) The Yale Journal of Criticism, Spring 2002 v15 i1 p23(36)
Irish motion pictures in the end of the 20th century tend to show influences from novels and theater. Actors such as Liam Neeson and Stephen Rea, and directors including Neil Jordan, John Houston, and Jim Sheridan brought Irish characters and stories to global prominence from the 1980s onwards.

Arnold, James W.
"Irish movies: a Renaissance." America, Nov 2, 1996 v175 n13 p16(6)
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"Films such as 'My Left Foot,' and 'Michael Collins,' among many others, herald a new prominence of Irish directors, writers, and actors in serious international films. The history of Irish films includes many with keen insights religion, human eccentricity, and the mystical side of life." [Expanded Academic Index]

Barton, Ruth.
"Feisty colleens and faithful sons: gender in Irish cinema." Cineaste v. 24 no. 2-3 (1999) p. 40-5
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"Part of a special section on contemporary Irish cinema. The writer discusses gender in Irish cinema. Up until the late 1970s, when an independent Irish cinema emerged and began to challenge stereotypes, the dominant images of Irishness--feisty colleens and violent men--were produced by American and British filmmakers. In terms of gender representations, the late Kieran Hickey was the most provocative Irish director of the late 1970s and 1980s: He systematically stripped away the bravado and smugness of the male pose assumed by the Dublin middle classes. The writer goes on to discuss the work of Pat Murphy, which ushered in the notion of a woman's cinema in Irish filmmaking in the early 1980s; teenage pregnancy narratives; Roddy Doyle's scrutiny of working-class life; Irish documentaries; issues of masculinity and violence in the 1990s; heritage films of the 1990s; contemporary women filmmakers in Ireland; and dramas related to the Troubles." [Art Index]

Barton, Ruth.
Irish national cinema London ; New York: Routledge, 2004.
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Electronic Location(s): Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip048/2003018863.html

Blandford, Steven.
"Beyond ‘Priests, Pigs and Poverty’: Ireland and Cinema." In: Film, drama and the break-up of Britain Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA: Intellect, 2007.
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Border crossing: film in Ireland, Britain and Europe
Edited by John Hill, Martin McLoone and Paul Hainsworth. [Belfast]: Institute of Irish Studies, in association with the University of Ulster, and the British Film Institute, 1994.
Main Stack PN1993.5.E8.C34 1994

Burkdall, Thomas.
Joycean frames: film and the fiction of James JoyceNew York: Routledge, 2001.
MAIN: PR6019.O9 Z5263645 2001

Burns-Bisogno, Louisa.
Censoring Irish nationalism: the British, Irish, and American suppression of Republican images in film and television, ... Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c1997.
Moffitt PN1995.9.I68.B87 1997

Byrne, Terry.
Power in the eye: an introduction to contemporary Irish film / Terry Byrne. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 1997.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.B97 1997
Moffitt PN1993.5.I85.B97 1997

The cinema of Britain and Ireland
Edited by Brian McFarlane. London: Wallflower, 2005.
PFA: PN1993.5.G7 C535 2005

Contemporary Irish cinema: from The quiet man to Dancing at Lughnasa
Edited by James MacKillop. 1st ed. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1999. Irish studies (Syracuse, N.Y.)
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.C66 1999

Film history and national cinema
John Hill & Kevin Rockett, editors. Dublin : Four Courts Press, 2005.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I85 F545 2005
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Flynn, Arthur.
The story of Irish film Studies in Irish film series ; 2 Blackrock, Co. Dublin : Currach Press, 2005.
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Flynn, Roddy.
Historical dictionary of Irish cinema Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2007.
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0710/2007004289.html

Garry, Patrick M.
"A different voice." (Ireland's growing film industry) Commonweal March 24, 1995 v122 n6 p17(2)
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Ireland's once moribund film industry has flourished since 1993, when no fewer than ten Irish major motion pictures were in active stages of development. In 1994, the number of Irish films in production grew to 18. Several directors and producers comment on the state of Irish cinema.

Genre and cinema : Ireland and transnationalism
Ddited by Brian McIlroy. New York : Routledge, c2007.
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip075/2006038388.html

Gibbons, Luke
"Narratives of the nation: fact, fiction and Irish cinema." In: Theorizing Ireland / edited by Claire Connolly. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Readers in cultural criticism.
Main Stack DA925.T45 2003

Hill, John (W. John)
Cinema and Northern Ireland : film, culture and politics London : BFI Pub., 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I85 H55 2006

"Irish cinema at the crossroads: a filmmakers' symposium." Cineaste Spring-Summer 1999 v24 i2-3 p70(4)
UC users only "Several Irish filmmakers believed that the future of Irish cinema correlates with how the industry examines and promote social, cultural and political issues in motion pictures. They strongly felt the need to make filmmakers realize the potential and benefits of using digital video and Internet in films. In addition, they recognized the importance of producing films in English to generate more profits" [Expanded Academic Index]

Irish Cinema: Ourselves alone? [Videorecording]
Produced and directed by Donald Taylor Black; editor, Maurice Healy. Donald Taylor Black presents a history of the Irish film industry, complete with film clips and interviews with directors, writers and producers.
Media Center Video/C MM442

Joeckel, Sven.
Contemporary Austrian and Irish cinema: a comparative approach to national cinema and film industry in small European countries Stuttgart: Edition 451, 2003.
MAIN: PN1993.5.A83 J6 2003

Johnston, Sheila
"Ireland goes to the movies." (Irish motion picture industry) World Press Review June 1991 v38 n6 p50(1)

Keeping it real : Irish film and television
Ddited by Ruth Barton and Harvey O'Brien. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2004.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I85 K44 2004

Kennedy, Harlan
"Shamrocks and shillelaghs: idyll and ideology in Irish cinema." Film Comment May-June 1994 v30 n3 p24(6)
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Films made in Ireland or about Ireland tend to dwell on either politics or the mythic and rural. The best films, like the 'Crying Game' include both Irish myth and and politics. 'The Quiet Man' is a mythical look at Ireland, while 'The Informer' dwells on the political.

Kirkland, Richard.
Identity parades: Northern Irish culture and dissident subjects Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2002.
MAIN: DA990.U46 K57 2002

Linehan, Hugh.
"Myth, mammon and mediocrity: the trouble with recent Irish cinema." Cineaste Spring-Summer 1999 v24 i2-3 p46(4)
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"Irish films and the level of film production in the country have been influenced by the degree of penetration by the mass media in the UK. It is said that British public-service television helped bring about the existence of Irish filmmaking. The complex association between television and drama has also promoted the way Ireland is depicted in motion pictures. In addition, smug liberal platitudes and mass-media cynicism have replaced conservative conformism that used to be evident in Irish films." [Expanded Academic Index]

McIlroy, Brian.
"Challenges and problems in contemporary Irish cinema: the Protestants." Cineaste Spring-Summer 1999 v24 i2-3 p56(5)
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"Protestants are characterized and visually represented within Irish culture in Irish films. Many filmmakers are not attracted to do films on Protestants in the country because of backward looking-perceptions of unionism and loyalist communities associated with the people. However, there exist films that effectively portray Protestants with excellent acting and directorship. These include Edward Bennett's 'Ascendancy' and Pat O'Connor's 'Fools of Fortune.'" [Expanded Academic Index]

McIlroy, Brian
"The repression of communities: visual representations of Northern Ireland during the Thatcher years." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

McIlroy, Brian
Shooting to kill : filmmaking and the "troubles" in Northern Ireland Richmond, B.C. : Steveston Press, c2001.
PFA : PN1993.5.I85 M34 2001

McLoone, Martin
Film, media and popular culture in Ireland : cityscapes, landscapes, soundscapes Dublin ; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press, 2008.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I85 M33 2008

McLoone, Martin
Irish film: the emergence of a contemporary cinema / Martin McLoone. London: British Film Institute, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.M34 2000

McLoone, Martin
"Reimagining the nation: themes and issues in Irish cinema."Cineaste Spring-Summer 1999 v24 i2-3 p28(7)
UC users only
Ireland has enjoyed a significant presence in the American and British film industries. Irish actors have promoted a disproportionate influence on the development of cinema, particularly in the US. American cinema has promoted a romantic perspective of the country, represented by the nostalgic imaginings and nationalist inclinations of Irish-Americans through recurring themes. These themes promoted cultural nationalism through landscape and concerns on social, political and urban experience." [Expanded Academic Index]

Miller, Nicholas Andrew.
Modernism, Ireland and the erotics of memory / Nicholas Andrew Miller. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Main Stack PR8722.M6.M55 2002

Murphy, Paula
The shattered mirror : Irish literature and film, 1990-2005 Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2008.
MAIN: PR8753 .M87 2008

O'Connell, Dióg.
"Irish National Cinema and Beyond: Response to Michael Patrick Gillespie's "The Myth of an Irish Cinema"." An Sionnach: A Review of Literature & Culture and the Arts, Fall2007, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p55-61, 7p
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O'Toole, Fintan
"Ireland's cultural revolution." (Cover Story) Europe April 1994 n335 p16(3) (1350 words)
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"The emergence of Irish artists in the international cultural scene in the last two years may well be labeled a cultural revolution. Writer Roddy Doyle, poet Ciaran Carson, directors Jim Sheridan and Neil Jordan, actors Liam Neeson, Richard Harris, Brenda Fricker and Daniel Day-Lewis, rock bands U2 and The Cranberries all have wielded immense cultural influence over the past few years quite unexpected of people from a small island." [Expanded Academic Index]

Pattenden, Oliver William .
"Cinema and Northern Ireland: Film, Culture, and Politics." Cineaste. Fall 2007. Vol. 32, Iss. 4; p. 69 (2 pages)
UC users only

Pettitt, Lance.
Screening Ireland: film and television representation / Lance Pettitt. Manchester, UK ; New York: Manchester University Press ; New York: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.P48 2000

Pettitt, Lance.
"A construction site queered: 'gay' images in new Irish cinema." Cineaste Spring-Summer 1999 v24 i2-3 p61(9)
UC users only
Gays are characterized as individuals with subcultural expression in Irish films. These films depicted the various problems faced by gays in society, including social exclusion, religious condemnation and political criminalization. Some of Irish films of gays that support excellent acting and directorship include Paula Crickard's 'The Happy Gordons,' 'Johnny Gogan's 'The Last Bus Home,' Liam McGrath's 'Boys for Rent' and 'Male Rape'." [Expanded Academic Index]

Pramaggiore, Maria
Irish and African American cinema : identifying others and performing identities, 1980-2000 Albany : State University of New York Press, c2007.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I85 P73 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0616/2006020755.html

Roach, Janet
"Ireland finds the green and weaves a spell; money and talent have been working together in recent years to bring about a distinctive flowering of the Irish film industry." The New York Times Jan 2, 1994 v143 s2 pH11(N) pH11(L) col 1 (52 col in)

Rockett, Kevin
Cinema and Ireland / Kevin Rockett, Luke Gibbons and John Hill. London: Croom Helm, c1987. (Series: Croom Helm Studies on film, television and the media)
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.R61 1987

Rockett, Kevin.
Cinema and Ireland / Kevin Rockett, Luke Gibbons, and John Hill. 1st ed. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1988. Irish studies (Syracuse, N.Y.)
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.R6 1988

Rockett, Kevin
"Irish cinema: the national in the international." Cineaste Spring-Summer 1999 v24 i2-3 p23(3)
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"The degree of engagement with artists in Ireland is often influenced by the endorsement of outside metropolitan centers. The troubled history of Irish cinema correlates with its cultural protectionism and association with the American and British film industries. Foreign films have dominated cinemas in the country since the 1890s. Moreover, many of the pictures produced in ireland to not receive, or even seek, funding from the Irish Film Board." [Expanded Academic Index]

Rockett, Kevin
"Phases of the moon: a short history of cinema in Ireland." Film Comment May-June 1994 v30 n3 p25(4)
Irish cinema thrived in the years before 1920 and since 1982 when state-owned Ardmore Studios failed and the Irish Film Board was established. Independent films produced in Ireland in the 1970s and 80s include 'Anne Devlin,' 'Acceptable Levels' and 'Budawanny.'

Rockett, Kevin
"Protecting the family and the nation: The official censorship of American cinema in Ireland, 1923-1954." Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television. Aug 2000. Vol. 20, Iss. 3; p. 283 (18 pages)
UC users only

Slide, Anthony.
The cinema and Ireland / by Anthony Slide. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c1988.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I85.S551 1988

Neil Jordan

Pernot-Deschamps, Marguerite
The fictional imagination of Neil Jordan, Irish novelist and film maker : a study of literary style Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR6060.O6255 Z83 2009

Pramaggiore, Maria
Neil Jordan / Maria Pramaggiore. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.J67 P73 2008

Rockett, Emer.
Neil Jordan : exploring boundaries / Emer Rockett and Kevin Rockett. Dublin, Ireland : Liffey Press, c2003.
Main (Gardner) Stacks

Rogers, Lori.
Feminine nation : performance, gender, and resistance in the works of John McGahern and Neil Jordan Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, c1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR6063.A2176 Z86 1998

Zucker, Carole.
The cinema of Neil Jordan : dark carnival / Carole Zucker. London ; New York : Wallflower Press, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.J67 Z83 2008

The Butcher Boy

Chouinard, Alain.
"Water-sites in the Fiction and Cinema of Neil Jordan." Wasafiri, Jun2010, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p73-77, 5p
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Cullingford, Elizabeth Butler
"Virgins and Mothers: Sinéad O'Connor, Neil Jordan, and The Butcher Boy." Yale Journal of Criticism: Interpretation in the Humanities, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 185-210, 2002 Spring
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Eldred, Laura G.
"Francie Pig vs, the Fat Green Blob from Outer Space: Horror Films and The Butcher Boy." New Hibernia Review/Iris Éireannach Nua: A Quarterly Record of Irish Studies, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 53-67, 2006 Autumn
UC users only

Gledhill, Christine
"Genre and Nation." In: Genre and cinema : Ireland and transnationalism / edited by Brian McIlroy. New York : Routledge, c2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.I85 G46 2007

McLoone, Martin.
"The Abused Child of History: Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 32-36, 1998
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O'Sullivan, Charlotte.
"Massacre of the innocents." Sight & Sound, Mar98, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p10-13, 4p
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Scarlata, Jessica
"Carnivals and Goldfish: History and Crisis in The Butcher Boy." In: Literature and film : a guide to the theory and practice of film adaptation / edited by Robert Stam, Alessandra Raengo. Malden, MA : Blackwell, 2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.85 .L515 2005

Sussman, Henry.
"On the Butcher Block: a Panorama of Social Marking." CR: The New Centennial Review, Spring2004, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p143-168, 26p
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Sweeney, Ellen E.
"Mrs Nugent's Little Piggy Went to Town: Abjected Identities and the Traumatic Return in Neil Jordan'sthe Butcher Boy." Cultural Dynamics, Nov2003, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p267-286, 20p
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Zucker, Carole.
"The Poetics of Point of View: Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy." Literature Film Quarterly, 2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p203-208, 6p,
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The Crying Game

Alleva, Richard
"The obligations of love." Commonweal; 2/26/93, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p19, 2p, 1 bw
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Angelini, Sergio; Leyland, Matthew; Macnab, Geoffrey; Stables, Kate.
"The Crying Game." Sight & Sound, Oct2006, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p87-88, 2p
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Ansen, David
"The Crying Game." (review) Newsweek Nov 30, 1992 v120 n22 p80(1)

Ayers, M. Kathryn.
"The Only Good Woman, Isn't A Woman At All: 'The Crying Game' and the Politics of Misogyny. Women's Studies International Forum v20, n2 (March-April, 1997):329 (7 pages).
"'The Crying Game' presented women as too emotional and were used as negotiators in the public realm of politics. The main characters, Jude and Dil, showed examples of how women should and should not behave in the political world. The director, Neil Jordan, in a misogynist way, used the film to reaffirm the importance of private bonds, although he expressed doubt about the private bond of soldiers." [Expanded Academic Index]

Backus, Margot Gayle; James Doan.
"Riverine crossings: gender, identity and the reconstruction of national mythic narrative in 'The Crying Game'." Cultural Studies Jan 2001 v15 i1 p173(19)
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"The Crying Game's central theme of lovers and warriors conflicted between national loyalty and personal need has been expressed in early Celtic mythology. There are significant parallels between Cu Chulainn's lament and dialogue in Neil Jordan's film as well as anxiety over the British state." [Expanded Academic Index]

Blake, Richard A.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) Richard A. Blake. America April 17, 1993 v168 n13 p16(1)
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Boozer, Jack, Jr.
"Bending Phallic Patriarchy in The Crying Game." Journal of Popular Film and Television XXII/4, Winter 95; p.172-179.
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"Identifies a central issue of Neil Jordan's characters - whether they can locate mutual interests beyond the learned political, gender, and racial roles that narrowly define their nature. Jordan links issues of sexual intimacy and identification with those of knowledge and power." [FIAF]

Canby, Vincent.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) New York Times v142 (Sat, Sept 26, 1992):13(N), 12(L), col 1, 12 col in.

Chumo, Peter N., II.
"'The Crying Game,' Hitchcockian Romance, and the Quest for Identity." Literature-Film Quarterly v23, n4 (Oct, 1995):247 (7 pages).
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"'The Crying Game' shows Hitchcockian coloring in plot: Fergus's discovery of Dil's true sexual identity is as shocking as that of the shower scene in 'Psycho.' The storyline also follows closely the romantic narrative of 'Vertigo.' From the characters' names to plot development and twist which hinges on identity, there is a one-on-one correspondence. However, Director Neil Jordan's treatment differs in that he uses the thriller genre to explore sexuality and its ambiguities as well as to challenge the audience's perception of both." [Expanded Academic Index]

Corliss, Richard
"Don't read this story!" (Jaye Davidson's nomination for a 1993 Academy Award reveals his true identity in the motion picture 'The Crying Game')Time March 1, 1993 v141 n9 p57(1)
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"Davidson has been listed under the Best Supporting Actor category for his accomplished performance as the 'femme fatale' in Neil Jordan's film. This development has exposed his real gender which escaped most who saw the motion picture prior to announcement of award nominees." [Expanded Academic Index]

Crewe, Jonathan
"In the Field of Dreams: Transvestism in Twelfth Night and The Crying Game." Representations No. 50 (Spring, 1995), pp. 101-121
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Cullingford, Elizabeth
"Gender, sexuality, and Englishness in modern Irish drama and film." In: Gender and sexuality in modern Ireland / edited by Anthony Bradley and Maryann Gialanella Valiulis. pp: 159-86. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press, c1997.
UCB Main HQ18.I73 G45 1997

Dahlman, C.
"Masculinity in Conflict: Geopolitics and Performativity in The Crying Qame." In: Engaging film : geographies of mobility and identity / edited by Tim Cresswell and Deborah Dixon. Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, c2002.
Main Stack PN1994.E618 2002

Daly, Nicholas.
"Post-Colonial Carnival (?): Neil Jordan's The Crying Game." In: Borderlands: negotiating boundaries in post-colonial writing / edited by Monika Reif-Hulser. pp: 215-25.Amsterdam; Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1999. Cross/Cultures; 40 ASNEL papers; 4
Main Stack PN56.B74.B67 1999

DuttaAhmed, Shantanu.
"I Thought You Knew!": Performing the Penis, the Phallus, and Otherness in Neil Jordan's The Crying Game. Film Criticism v23, n1 (Fall, 1998):61.
UC users only

Edge, Sarah.
"'Women Are Trouble, Did You Know That Fergus?': Neil Jordan's 'The CryingGame'." (The Irish Issue: The British Question) Feminist Review, n50 (Summer, 1995):173 (14 pages).
UC users only
"Neil Jordan's film 'The Crying Game' was lauded forexposing stereotypes about the Irish Republican Army (IRA) when, inactuality, it continues to perpetuate IRA and female stereotypesthrough the character Jude. Jude is a woman soldier who matches allthe IRA stereotypes of being violent and psychotic while alsosupporting female stereotypes through the men's reactions to her. Sheis treated as other by both the IRA and British soldiers while the twomain male characters, an IRA and a British soldier, bond in oppositionto her. The film makes it clear that she has lost all her feminity andwomanness through choosing to be a soldier." [Expanded Academic Index]

Evans, N.
"Games of hide and seek: Race, gender and drag in The Crying Game and The Birdcage." Text and Performance Quarterly, 18, 199-216, 1998
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Finlayson, Alan
"Of 'Power in the eye, an introduction to contemporary Irish film' by Terry Byrne and 'The cryinggame' by Jane Giles." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television;Vol.XX nr.3 (Aug 2000); p.453-455

Frann, M. and Lugowski, D.
"Racial and Sexual Politics in The Crying Game / Genre Conventions and Visual Style in The Crying Game." (Articles).Cineaste XX/1, 93; p.30-35.
Two attempts to address the extent by which "The crying game" presents any challenge to its audience on the grounds of race, sex and gender.

Gabbard, Glen O.
"Neil Jordan's The Crying Game." In: Psychoanalysis and film / edited and with an introduction by Glen O. Gabbard. London ; New York : Karnac, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.P783.P79 2001
Also in:
International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 78:825-827, 1997

Gerber, Leslie E. "The virtuous terrorist: Stanley Hauerwas and `The Crying Game'." Cross Currents, Summer93, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p230, 5p
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Gilbert, Lori.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) off our backs v24, n1 (Jan, 1994):18 (3 pages).

Giles, Jane
The crying game / Jane Giles. London : British Film Institute, 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.C886 G56 1997

Giles, Jeff.
"'The Crying Game' Star Jaye Davidson Breaks the Silence." Rolling Stone, n653 (April 1, 1993):36 (5 pages).

Grist, Leighton
"It's Only a Piece of Meat": Gender Ambiguity, Sexuality, and Politics in "The Crying Game" and "M. Butterfly" Cinema Journal, Vol. 42, No. 4. (Summer, 2003), pp. 3-28.
UC users only

Gull, Richard
"The anti-metaphysics game : a Wittgensteinian reading of The crying game." In: Film and knowledge : essays on the integration of images and ideas / edited by Kevin L. Stoehr. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2002.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1994 .S8176 2002

Handler, Kristin.
"Sexing 'The Crying Game': Difference, Identity, Ethics." Film Quarterly v47, n3 (Spring, 1994):31 (12 pages).
UC users only
Questions the appeal to a mainstream audience of "The Crying Game"; explores its messages regarding race, gender and homosexuality/homophobia.

Hawkins, M. S. G.
"Women,'queers', love, and politics: The Crying Game as a correctiveadaptation of The Hostage." In: Representing Ireland : gender, class, nationality / edited by Susan Shaw Sailer. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c1997.
Main Stack PR8718.R46 1997

Hennessy, Rosemary.
"Ambivalence As Alibi: On the Historical Materiality of Late Capitalist Myth in 'The Crying Game' and Cultural Theory." Genders, n24 (Fall, 1996):1 (34 pages).

Hennessy, Rosemary.
"Sexual Alibis, Colonial Displacements: Materializing Myth in The Crying Game." In: Profit and pleasure : sexual identities in late capitalism / Rosemary Hennessy. Hennessy, Rosemary. New York : Routledge, 2000.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ76.5 .H46 2000

Hill, John.
"Crossing the water: hybridity and ethics in The Crying Game." Textual Practice, Spring98, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p89, 12p;
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Hirsch, I.
"Men's Love for Men: Contrasting Classical American Film With The Crying Game." Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 27:151-166, 1999

hooks, Bell.
"Seduction and betrayal : The crying game meets The bodyguard." In: Outlaw culture : resisting representations / Bell Hooks.
New York : Routledge, 2006.

Irving, Katrina.
"EU-phoria: Irish National Identity, European Union, and The Crying Game." In: Writing new identities : gender, nation, and immigration in contemporary Europe / Gisela Brinker-Gabler and Sidonie Smith, editors. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c1997.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main Stack JV7590.W75 1997

James, Joy.
"Black Femmes Fatales and Sexual Abuse in Progressive 'White' Cinema: Neil Jordan's Mona Lisa and The Crying Game." Camera Obscura vol. 36. 1995 Sept. pp: 33-46. UC users only

Jordan, Neil
"The Crying Game." In: A Neil Jordan reader. New York : Vintage Books, c1993.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR6060.O6255 A6 1993

Kauffmann, Stanley
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) The New Republic Dec 14, 1992 v207 n25 p29(1) (320 words)
UC users only

Kotsopoulos, Aspasia.
"Gender, Genre and 'Postfeminism': The Crying Game." Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, vol. 39. 1994. pp: 15-24.

Lockett, Christopher.
"Terror and Rebirth: Cathleen ni Houlihan, from Yeats to The Crying Game." Literature Film Quarterly, 2005, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p290-305, 16p
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Lugowski, David.
"Genre Conventions and Visual Style in The Crying Game." Cineaste v20, n1 (Wntr, 1993):31 (3 pages).
UC users only
"Critics who have watched 'The Crying Game,' directed by Neil Jordan, have declared the film unclassifiable. However, it can be classified as it is a conventional narrative with a sexual obsession. The film's originality stems from the manner in which the theme is executed. The film relies on excellent photography and symbolism, such as a black iron bridge in the opening frames that is suggestive of danger and the anticipation of ominous happenings, to enthrall its audience." [Expanded Academic Index]

Lurie, Susan.
"Performativity in Disguise: Ideology and the Denaturalization of Identity in Theory and The CryingGame." Velvet Light Trap. 43:51-62. 1999 Spring.
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Lyons, Donald.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) Film Comment v28, n6 (Nov-Dec, 1992):67.

Lyons, Kathleen.
"Transcultural Cinema: Reading Race and Ethnicity in Neil Jordan's The Crying Game." South Atlantic Review, 2002, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p91-103, 13p
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Maslin, Janet.
"A Star to Match a Mystery Role." (profile of Jaye Davidson, lead actressin film 'The Crying Game') (Living Arts Pages) New York Times v142 (Thu, Dec 17, 1992):B1(N), C1(L), col 3, 29 col in.

Maslin, Janet
"The Crying Game." (review) The New York Times Dec 4, 1992 v142 pC3(L) col 5 (4 col in)

Michel, Frann.
"Racial and Sexual Politics in The Crying Game." Cineaste v20, n1 (Wntr, 1993):30 (3 pages).
UC users only
"'The Crying Game,' a film directed by Neil Jordan, is dependent on the surprise element in the nature of the heroine's sex. Dil, the protagonist, is portrayed as a woman throughout the movie though she is a transvestite. The film is complex and challenges conventional ideas about national, racial and sexual boundaries. The story revolves around Jody, a black British soldier kidnapped by the Irish Republican Army, and his interaction with his white guard Fergus. Their relationship is a combination of hostility, eroticism and camaraderie. Dil is Jody's black girlfriend whom Fergus meets and courts at Jody's request. Her sexual otherness is revealed when they are about to make love." [Expanded Academic Index]

Moore, Darrell.
"Now You Can See It: The Liberal Aesthetic & Racial Representation in The Crying Game." Cineaction, Fall93, Issue 32, p63-67, 5p

Nesbit, Molly.
"Apart Without a Face: 'Orlando' and 'The Crying Game.' "(analysis of two films) Artforum v31, n10 (Summer, 1993):92 (4 pages).
"The sexual and psychological implications of the films 'Orlando' and 'The Crying Game' are analyzed. 'Orlando' is compared with its original Virginia Woolf novel while its characters' complex motives and identities are discussed. In contrast, the crucial character of Dil in 'The Crying Game' is investigated and defined as a 'Body without Organs.' Other issues such as politics and social perception are involved." [Expanded Academic Index]

Payne, Robert M. and Kotsopoulos, A. and Mills, J.
"Crossed Lines: Gender, Genre and 'Postfeminism'." Jump Cut /39, June 94; p.7-24.
Considers the social resonance of "The crying game" and its treatment of women, transvestism, homosexuality and blacks, and as film noir.

Pettitt, Lance.
"A Construction Site Queered: `Gay' Images in New Irish Cinema." Cineaste, 1999, Vol. 24 Issue 2/3, p61, 3p,
UC users only

Place, V.
"The Politics of Denial." Film Comment XXIX/3, May-June 93; p.84-86.
On the denial of sexual, racial and political difference in "The Crying Game" and "The Bodyguard".

Rafferty, Terrence.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) New Yorker v68, n39 (Nov 16, 1992):127 (4 pages).

Reed, Lori
"Skin Cells: On the Limits of Gender-Bending and Bodily Transgression in Film and Culture." Educational Researcher, Vol. 26, No. 3. (Apr., 1997), pp. 30-36.
UC users only

Rogers, Lori.
Feminine nation : performance, gender, and resistance in the works of John McGahern and Neil Jordan Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, c1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR6063.A2176 Z86 1998

Romney, Jonathan.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v2, n7 (Nov, 1992):40.

Rothaupt, Nichole; Rothaupt, Jeanne.
"The Crying Game." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, Jan-Mar2009, Vol. 21
UC users only

Russell, Hawley
"Crossing Games: Reading Black Transvestism at the Movies."Critical Matrix: The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture 6/30/1994 V. 8 N. 1 p. 107

Salih, Sara.
"Coda: modern mulattos: Mona Lisa and The crying game." In: Representing mixed race in Jamaica and England from the abolition era to the present / Sara Salih. New York : Routledge, 2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PR9265.05 .S35 2011

Schruers, Fred
"Neil Jordan." (film director)(Interview) . Rolling Stone Nov 14, 1996 n747 p82(5)
"Irish Filmmaker Neil Jordan has made a controversial film about Irish historical figure Michael Collins. Some British critics are calling the picture Irish Republican Army propaganda. Collins also directed 'The Crying Game' and 'Interview with the Vampire.'" [Expanded Academic Index]

Simon, John
"The Crying Game." (review) National Review Feb 15, 1993 v45 n3 p55(2)
UC users only

Stokes, Peter.
"Consuming desires: Performing gender in Virginia Woolf's Orlando, Neil Jordan's the Crying Game and Sally Potter's Orlando." Consumption Markets & Culture Volume 1, Issue 4, 1998, Pages 347 - 360
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Story, Richard David.
"The Cult of 'The Crying Game.'" New York v26, n4 (Jan 25, 1993):36 (4 pages)
"'The Crying Game' is based on a story of an IRA terrorist and his hostages. The film has sold over $6 millions in tickets and may become a cult film. Director Neil Jordan and producer Stephen Woolley ask viewers to keep the secret of the film's plot twists." [Expanded Academic Index]

Van Lenning, A.; Maas, S.; Leeks, W.
"Is Womanliness Nothing But a Masquerade?: An Analysis of 'The Crying Game'." In: Masquerade and Identities: Essays on Gender, Sexuality and Marginality Edited by Efrat Tseelon. London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
Anthropology GN419.5.M37 2001
Table of Contents via Google books

Wartenberg, Thomas E.
"The Crying Game: Loving in Ignorance." In: Unlikely couples : movie romance as social criticism / Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1999.
Full-text available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.L6 W37 1999

Weinraub, Bernard
"'The Crying Game': healing powers from making a successful movie." (written and directed by Neil Jordan) (Living Arts Pages) The New York Times Jan 19, 1993 v142 pB1(N) pC13(L) col 4 (26 col in)

Welsh, James M.
"The Crying Game." (movie reviews) Films in Review v44, n5-6 (May-June, 1993):188 (2 pages).

Young, Lola
"'Nothing Is as It Seems': Re-viewing The Crying Game," In: Me Jane : masculinity, movies, and women / edited by Pat Kirkham and Janet Thumin. Edition 1st ed. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1995.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M46.M35 1995
Moffitt PN1995.9.M46.M35 1995

Zilliax, Amy
"From Courtly Love to 'The Crying Game.'" (Neil Jordan's film 'The CryingGame') New Left Review, n202 (Nov-Dec, 1993):95 (13 pages).

Zilliax, Amy
"The Scorpion and the Frog: Agency and Identity in Neil Jordan's The Crying Game." Camera Obscura May 1995. pp: 29+
UC users only

Zizek, Slavoj.
"The Scorpion and the Frog: Agency and Identity in Neil Jordan's The Crying game." Camera Obscura /35, May 95; p.24-51.
A consideration of how the film treats notions of identity: of race, gender,sexuality, nationality.

Zwicker, Heather.
"Gendered Troubles: Refiguring "Woman" in Northern Ireland." Genders. Jun 30, 1994. p. 198
UC users only

Breakfast on Pluto

Gray, Michael.
"Breakfast on Pluto.(Movie review)." Cineaste 31.1 (Winter 2005): 59(2).
UC users only

Hoberman, J.
"Breakfast on Pluto." The Village Voice. Sep 14-Sep 20, 2005. Vol. 50, Iss. 37; p. 35 (1 page)
UC users only

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Altered States." The New Republic. Dec 26, 2005-Jan 9, 2006. Vol. 233, Iss. 26-28; p. 22
Kauffman reviews Transamerica, directed by Duncan Tucker and starring Felicity Huffman and Kevin Zegers, and Breakfast on Pluto, directed by Neil Jordan and starring Cillian Murphy.

Kaveney, Roz.
"That sort of film.(Breakfast on Pluto)(TransAmerica)(Movie Review)(Book Review)." TLS. Times Literary Supplement 5368 (Feb 17, 2006): 22(1).

Lee, Nathan
"Breakfast on Pluto." Film Comment. New York: Nov/Dec 2005. Vol. 41, Iss. 6; p. 72 (2 pages)
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Macnab, Geoffrey
"Such Sweet Sickness" Sight and Sound 16:1 [January 2006] p. 20-23
Macnab discusses Neil Jordan's transvestite drama "Breakfast on Pluto." He examines Jordan's career as a film director, beginning with his 1982 debut "Angel," noting that he has drawn both praise and criticism as a filmmaker. Several projects the Irish director is working on are mentioned. Jordan responds to questions about why he wanted to become a film director, why his work has been criticized, who has influenced his work, and whether he feels patronized by the British, among other topics.

Maher, Kevin.
"Breakfast on Pluto.(Movie Review)." Sight and Sound 16.1 (Jan 2006): 49(1).

McIvor, Charlotte
"'I’m Black an’ I’m Proud': Ruth Negga, Breakfast on Pluto, and Invisible Irelands." Invisible culture/Issue

Villa, Sara
"The Irish Queer vs. the IRA Macho: The Subversive Tranny in Neil Jordan's Breakfast on Pluto." Bright Lights, May 2010 | Issue 68

Jim Sheridan

Brereton, Pat.
"Ireland's America: a case study of Sheridan's In America (2002) and Get Rich or Die Tryin (2005)." Studies in European Cinema, 2008, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p45-53, 9p
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Crowdus, Gary. Leary, O'Mara.
"Getting Past the Violence: An Interview with Jim Sheridan." Cineaste. 23(3):13-15. 1998
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"Irish filmmaker Jim Sheridan considers the IRA's extremist tactics to be misguided and believes the Republican movement must moderate its stance to ensure that peace comes to Northern Ireland. His latest film, 'The Boxer,' is part of a trilogy of films made in collaboration with the writer George Terry. The first two films in the Sheridan-Terry trilogy were 'In the Name of the Father' and 'Some Mother's Son,' both of which provide a commentary on the troubles in Northern Ireland. Sheridan, who worked in Irish theater before moving to the US, also directed 'My Left Foot' and 'Into the West.'" [Expanded Academic Index]

Farley, Fidelma.
"In the Name of the Family: Masculinity and Fatherhood in Contemporary Northern Irish Films." Irish Studies Review. 9(2):203-13. 2001 Aug

Grenier, Richard.
"In the Name of the IRA." In: Why docudrama?: fact-fiction on film and TV / edited by Alan Rosenthal. pp: 316-23. Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H5.W58 1999

O'Brien, Conor Cruise.
"Patriot Games." In: Why docudrama?: fact-fiction on film and TV / edited by Alan Rosenthal. pp: 311-15. Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H5.W58 1999

The Boxer

Berkow, Ira .
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) The New York Times Jan 4, 1998 v147 s2 pAR11(N) pAR11(L) col 1 (19 col in)

Corliss, Richard .
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) Time Jan 12, 1998 v151 n1 p84(1) (324 words)

Kauffmann, Stanley
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) The New Republic Feb 9, 1998 v218 n32 p27(1)

Macnab, Geoffrey
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound March 1998 v8 n3 p41(2)

Maslin, Janet
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) The New York Times Dec 31, 1997 v147 pB1(N) pE1(L) col 1 (18 col in)

Merkin, Daphne
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) The New Yorker Jan 19, 1998 v73 n43 p85(2)

Simon, John
"The Boxer." (movie reviews) National Review March 9, 1998 v50 n4 p67(2)

In America

Brereton, Pat.
"Ireland's America: a case study of Sheridan's In America (2002) and Get Rich or Die Tryin (2005)." Studies in European Cinema; 2008, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p45-53, 9p
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Kelly, Richard.
"In America." Sight & Sound, Dec2003, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p36-37, 2p
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McGarrity, Maria.
"Hell's Kitchen As Contact Zone: The Essentialized African in Jim Sheridan's In America." CLA Journal, Mar2008, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p304-323, 20p

Murphy, Paula.
"The Irish Phone Home: Reflections of Ireland in Jim Sheridan's In America." Estudios Irlandeses, Jan2009, Issue 4, p58-68, 11p
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Vejvoda, Kathleen
"Filmmakers between America and Ireland. The blood of an Irishwoman: race and gender in The nephew and In America." In: Screening Irish-America : [representing Irish-America in film and television] / edited by Ruth Barton. Imprint Dublin ; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press, 2009.

Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.I67 S27 2009

Weinstein, Wendy R.
"In America." Film Journal International, Nov2003, Vol. 106 Issue 11, p51, 2p
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In the Name of the Father.

Alleva, Richard
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) Commonweal Feb 25, 1994 v121 n4 p 16(3)
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Bowman, James
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) The American Spectator March 1994 v27 n3 p64(2) (1451 words)

Bright, Martin
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound March 1994 v4 n3 p41(2)

Burman, Mark
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) The New York Times August 1, 1993 v142 s2 pH22(N) pH22(L) col 4 (26 col in)

Blake, Richard A.
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) America Feb 12, 1994 v170 n5 p 20(2)

George, Terry
"Terry George on Jim Sheridan." (Collaborations) The New Yorker March 21, 1994 v70 n5 p218(1)
The script for 'In the Name of the Father,' the movie directed by Jim Sheridan, was constructed piecemeal from the original book and impromptu ideas from the camera crew and actors. Some of the scenes were particularly powerful.

Grenier, Richard
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) Commentary April 1994 v97 n4 p49(4) (3336 words)
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Mansfield, Mike
"Jurassic Justice." (Jim Sheridan's film 'In the Name of the Father' is a strong accusation against British injustice) Sight and Sound March 1994 v4 n3 p7(1)

McLoone, Martin
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) Cineaste Oct 1994 v20 n4 p44(4) (3764 words)

O'Neill, Joseph
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) TLS. Times Literary Supplement March 4, 1994 n4744 p18(1) Rafferty, Terrence
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) I> The New Yorker Jan 24, 1994 v69 n47 p88(3)

Romney, Jonathan
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society Feb 11, 1994 v7 n289 p35(2)

Simon, John
"In the Name of the Father." (movie reviews) National Review March 7, 1994 v46 n4 p 71(2) (1514 words)

Michael Collins

Alleva, Richard.
"Michael Collins." Commonweal 123.n20 (Nov 22, 1996): 19(2).
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Crowdus, Gary.
The Screenwriting of Irish History: Neil Jordan's Michael Collins." Cineaste, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 14-19, 1997
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Gibbons, Luke
"Engendering the State: Narrative, Allegory, and Michael Collins." Éire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies, vol. 31, no. 3-4, pp. 261-69, Fall 1996

Landy, Marcia
"The International Cast of Irish Cinema: The Case of Michael Collins." Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 21-44, Summer 2000
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McSwiney, Séamas.
"Trying to Take the Gun Out of Irish Politics: An Interview with Neil Jordan." Cineaste, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 20-23, 1997 UC users only

Moran, Sean Farrell.
"Michael Collins." American Historical Review 102.n1 (Feb 1997): 248(2).

Newey, Glen.
"Michael Collins." TLS. Times Literary Supplement n4885 (Nov 15, 1996 n4885): 20(1).

O'Leary, Alan.
"The gendered space of cinema and nation in Elizabeth and Michael Collins." Studies in European Cinema, 2004, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p117-127, 11p
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My Left Foot

Ansen, David
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) Newsweek Nov 27, 1989 v114 n22 p90(1)

Baumann, Paul
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) Commonweal April 6, 1990 v117 n7 p222(1)

Blake, Richard A.
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) America March 31, 1990 v162 n12 p329(1)

Canby, Vincent.
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) The New York Times Nov 10, 1989 v139 pC10(L) col 4 (14 col in)

Corliss, Richard.
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) Time Nov 6, 1989 v134 n19 p84(1) (326 words)

Denby, David.
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) New York Nov 13, 1989 v22 n45 p109(2)

Insdorf, Annette
"My Left Foot: Daniel Day Lewis' sole-ful performance." American Film Dec 1989 v15 n3 p64(2)

Johnson, Brian D.
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) Maclean's Nov 13, 1989 v102 n46 p87(1) (805 words)

Kael, Pauline.
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) The New Yorker Oct 2, 1989 v65 n33 p98(3)

Lavery, David
"The strange text of 'My Left Foot.'"
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"Christy Brown's autobiography is greatly transformed in the movie version supposedly based upon it, 'My Left Foot.' The movie is structured so that the viewer assumes Mary Carr is reading from Brown's biography, but a comparison of the two reveals many scenes and characters in the movie that are not even alluded to in the autobiography. Director Jim Sheridan claims that he did not want to over-sentimentalize Brown's story, but many of his inclusions do just that. The movie is not faithful to the book in spirit or in form." [Expanded Academic Index]

"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) The New Republic Nov 27, 1989 v201 n22 p24(2) (796 words)

Seligmann, Jean.
"Heroes with handicaps; side by side, two new movies face up to the realities of wheelchair life." ("My Left Foot," "Born on the Fourth of July") Newsweek Jan 15, 1990 v115 n3 p59(2)

Simon, John
"My Left Foot." (movie reviews) National Review Feb 5, 1990 v42 n2 p57(2) (361 words)
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Some Mother's Son

Alleva, Richard
"Some Mother's Son." (movie reviews) Commonweal Feb 14, 1997 v124 n3 p16(2) (1309 words)
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Blake, Richard A. .
"Some Mother's Son." (movie reviews) America Feb 15, 1997 v176 n5 p26(3)
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Crowdus, Gary; Leary, O'Mara
"The `troubles' he's seen in Northern Ireland: An interview.." Cineaste; Jul97, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p24, 6p, 5bw
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Interviews Terry George, film director, about the film `Some Mother's Son.' History of his career as a director; His directing style; Information on some of the characters of the film `Some Mother's Son'; Accounts of the film's making; Significance of the film.

Hill, John
"Some Mother's Son." (movie reviews) Cineaste Wntr 1997 v23 n1 p44(2)
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Kauffmann, Stanley
"Some Mother's Son." (movie reviews) The New Republic Dec 30, 1996 v215 n27 p26(1)
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Macnab, Geoffrey
"Some Mother's Son." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound Jan 1997 v7 n1 p46(2)

Rafferty, Terrence
"Some Mother's Son." (movie reviews) The New Yorker Jan 27, 1997 v72 n44 p83(1)




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