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December 10, 2006

Open Studies in European Cinema. Genre: Bibliography

Introduction

This bibliography comes from my short book Repetition or Revelation: Film, Genre and Society – A Critical Introduction. The book’s target audience is A2 Media Studies and Film Studies, Open Studies students and first year undergraduates. Several sections of the book are being edited for this blog.

Bibliography

Adorno, Theodor. 1994. The Stars Down to Earth. London: Routledge

Altman, Rick. 1997 ‘Cinema and Genre’. In Nowell – Smith, Geoffrey. Ed : Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press

Ang, Ien. 1991. Desperately Seeking The Audience. London: Routledge

Austen, Guy. 1996. Contemporary French Cinema. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Bordwell, David. Staiger, Janet and Thompson, Kristin. (1985 ) The Classical Hollywood Cinema. London: Routledge

Branston, Gill. 2000. Cinema and Cultural Modernity. Milton Keynes : Open University Press

Brown, Geoff. 2000. ‘Something for Everyone: British film Culture in the 1990s’. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Bukatman, Scott. 1994. Terminal Identity. Durham North Carolina: Duke University Press

Cowie, Elizabeth. 1993 . ‘Film Noir and Women’. In Copjec Joan Ed : 1993 : Shades of Noir . London: Verso

Cook, Pam Ed. 1985 (First edition). The Cinema Book . London: British Film Institute

Corrigan, Timothy.1991. A Cinema Without Walls: Movies and Culture after Vietnam. New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press

Christie, Ian. 2003. Interview with Martin Scorsese. Sight and Sound. January. p22

Elsaesser, Thomas. 1997. ‘Germany the Weimar Years’ in Nowell-Smith, Geoffrey. Ed: Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press

Felski, Rita. 1999-2000. ‘ The Invention of Everyday Life’. New Formations, No 39, pp. 15-31

Hake , Sabine. 2002. German National Cinema. London : Routledge

Hanson, Stuart. 2000. ‘ Spoilt for Choice? Multiplexes in the1990s. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Higson, Andrew and Maltby, Richard. 1999. ‘Film Europe’ and ‘Film America’ : An Introduction’. In Higson, Andrew and Maltby Richard.‘Film Europe’ and ‘Film America’. Exeter: Exeter University Press

Hofman, Katja. 2002. Does my gun look big in this? Sight and Sound March

Katz, Ephraim. 2001 4th Ed . Macmillan International Film Encyclopedia. Basingstoke : Macmillan

Mark Le Fanu. 2003. The dream life of architects. Sight and Sound March

Luckett, Moya. 2000. ‘Image and Nation in 1990s British Cinema’. In Murphy, Robert. British Cinema in the 90s. London: British Film Institute

McNab, Geoffrey. 2002. Review of Charlotte Gray. Sight and Sound . March. p 41.

Moretti, Franco. 2001. Planet Hollywood. New Left Review, Volume 2 No 9 May / June. pp 90-101

Neale, Steve. 2000. Genre and Hollywood. London: Routledge

Neale, Steve and Krutnik Frank : 1990 : Popular Film and Television Comedy: Routledge : London

Nichols, Bill . 1976. ‘Introduction’. In Nichols Bill Ed: Movies and Methods . California University Press : Berkley

Nichols, Bill. 1985. ‘Introduction’. In Nichols Bill Ed : Movies and Methods: Volume Two . California University Press : Berkley

Nowell – Smith, Geoffrey. Ed: 1997 : Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press

Pendakur, Manjunath and Subramanyam, Radha. 2002. ‘Indian Cinema Beyond National Borders’. In Jordan, Tim and Pile, Steve eds. 2002. Social Change. Oxford: Blackwell

Prawer, S.S. 2002. The Blue Angel. London: BFI

Silverstone, R. 1994. Television and Everyday Life. London: Routledge

Smith, Murray. 2002. Trainspotting. London. British Film Institute.

Sobchack, Vivian. 1997. ‘The Fantastic’. In Nowell – Smith, Geoffrey. Ed : Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press

Street, Sarah. 1997. British National Cinema. London : Routledge

Sturken, Marita. 2000. Thelma and Louise. London: British Film Institute

Tasker, Yvonne. ‘Authorship and contemporary film culture’. Tasker, Yvonne. Fifty Contemporary Filmmakers . Routledge : London

Todd, Peter. 2000. ‘The British Film Industry in the 1990s’. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Tudor, Andrew. 1976. ‘Genre and Critical Methodology’. Nichols Bill Ed: Movies and Methods . California University Press : Berkley

Williams, Alan. 1992. Republic of Images: A History of French Film-making. Cambridge Mass: Harvard


December 05, 2006

Open Studies in European Cinema: Webliography

Introduction

This ‘Webliography’ is being continually updated. If users have any suggestions please post a comment with the relevant URL. Thank you. Please note some links may already be available in the site already.

When the list is long enough they will be placed in categories such as film journals.
Useful web links

16-9 Danish Film Journal for more scholarly market. Mainly in Danish but each issue has an article in English

The following link to site of American academic Randall L. Bytwerk is very useful for work on Nazi propaganda.

This is a link to a useful BFI Bibliography on Contemporary European Cinema which is a downloadable Pdf.

Scope is an online cinema journal from the University of Nottingham

For articles primarily on Eastern Europe comes Kinoeye (no relation to the blog but with similar critical antecedants perhaps).

Images: A Journal of Film and Popular Culture

Popculutres.com Film

Genre Theory course. Much material available on line.

Link to University of Zaragoza academics group currently working on genre issues:
http://ccs.filmculture.net/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
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