December 09, 2006

British Cinema: Bibliography

Here is a useful range of books and articles originally used on my British Cinema open studies courses. It isn’t meant to be comprehensive neither is it currently categorised by levels of knowledge. This will be further developed in the coming weeks.

British Cinema Bibliography

Aldgate, Anthony. 1983. Britain Can Take It: British Cinema in the Second World War. Oxford: Blackwell

Aldgate, Anthony & Richards Jeffrey 2007 New Edition. Britain Can Take It: British Cinema in the Second World War. London: I.B.Tauris

Aldgate, Anthony and Richards Jeffrey. 2002. Best of British: Cinema and Society from 1930 to the Present. London: I.B. Taurus

Aldgate, Anthony and Richards Jeffrey 2nd Edition. 1994. Britain Can Take it: British Cinema in the Second World War. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

Babington, Bruce. Ed. 2001. British Stars and Stardom. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Barnett, Corelli. 1993. The Lost Victory. London: Macmillan

Barr, Charles. Ed. 1986. All Our Yesterdays: 90 Years of British Cinema. London. London: British Film Institute

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

Brunsdon, Charlotte. 2000. ‘ Not Having It All: Women and Film in the 1990s. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Burton Alan, O’Sullivan Tim, Wells Paul. Eds. 2000. The Family Way: The Boulting Brothers and British Film Culture. Trowbridge: Flicks Books. ISBN 0 948911 59X

Chibnall, Steve and Murphy, Robert eds.1999. British Crime Cinema. London: Routledge

Cieko, Anne: “ Sally Potter : The making of a British woman filmmaker” Tasker Yvonne. Ed.Fifty Contemporary Filmmakers London: Routledge ISBN 0-415-18974-8

Cook, Pam. 1996. Fashioning the Nation: Costume and Identity in British Cinema. London BFI
Cook, Pam. 2002. I Know Where I’m Going! London. London : BFI

Cox, Alex. ‘Britain is Big Enough’. Sight and Sound Volume 13 Issue 1, pp 6-7

Christie, Ian. 2000. ‘ As Others See Us: British Film-making and Europe in the 90s’. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Curran, James and Porter, Vincent. eds. 1983. British Cinema History .London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson

Dave, Paul. 2006. Visions of England. London: Berg

Dickinson, Margaret and Street, Sarah. 1985. Cinema and the State: The Film industry and the British Government, 1927-84. London: BFI

Drazin, Charles. 2007. The Finest Hours: British Cinema of the 1940s. London: I.B. Tauris

Durgnat, Raymond. 1970. A Mirror for England: British Movies from Austerity to Affluence. London: Faber

Dyer, Richard. Brief Encounter. London: BFI

Farley, Fidelma. 2002 . ‘Neil Jordan’. Evonne Tasker Ed. Fifty Contemporary Filmakers. London : Routledge

Friedman, Lester. Ed. 1992. British Cinema and Thatcherism. London: UCL Press

Geraghty, Christine. 2000. British Cinema in the Fifties: Gender Genre and the New Look. London Routledge

Gibson, Pamela Church. 2000. ‘Fewer Weddings and More Funerals: Changes in the Heritage Film. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Gilbey, Ryan . 2002. ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’ Sight and Sound. Volume 12, Issue 9, p 38

Gilbey, Ryan . 2003. ‘ Written on the Body’. Sight and Sound. Volume 13, Issue 9, pp 16-18

Gillett, Philip. 2003. The British Working Class in Postwar Film. Manchester: Manchester University Press

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

Harper, Sue. 2000. Women in British Cinema: Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know. London: Continuum

Hawkridge, John. 1997. ‘British Cinema from Hepworth to Hitchcock’. Nowell-Smith Geoffrey. Ed. Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press.

Hennessy, Peter. 1992. _Never Again: Britain 1945-1951. London: Johnathan Cape

Higson, Andrew. 2003. English Heritage, English Cinema. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Higson, Andrew. 1993.’Re-presenting the national past: nostalgia and pastiche in the heritage film.’ Friedman. L ed. British Cinema and Thatcherism: Fires Were Started. London: UCL Press.

Higson, Andrew. 1995. _Waving the Flag: Constructing a National Cinema in Britain-. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Hill, John. 1996. ‘British Film Policy’ . In Moran Albert. Film Policy. London : Routledge : ISBN 0-415-09791-6

Hill, John. 2000. ‘ Failure and Utopianism: Representations of the working Class in British Cinema of the 1990s.’ Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Hill, John. 1986. Sex, Class and Realism. London: BFI

Hofman, Kaja. ‘Does my gun look big in this?’ Sight and Sound Volume 12 Issue 3, pp 10-11

Houston, Penelope. Went the Day Well? London: BFI

Jackel, Anne. 1996. ‘ European Co-production Strategies: the Case of France and Britain’. Moran, Albert Ed. Film Policy. London: Routledge

James, Nick. 2002. ‘Nul Britannia’. Sight and Sound Volume 12 Issue 10, pp 14-17

Kennedy, A.L. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp. London: BFI

Landy, Marcia.1991. British Genres: Cinema and Society, 1930-1960. Princeton: Princeton University Press

Lant, Antonia. 1997. ‘Britain at the End of Empire’. Nowell-Smith Geoffrey Ed. Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press.

Lay, Samantha. 2002. British Social Realism. London: Wallflower

Leigh, Jacob. ?. The Cinema of Ken Loach: art in the service of the people. London: Wallflower Press

Low, Rachel. 1985. Film Making in 1930s Britain. London : George, Allen and Unwin

Luckett, Moya. 2000. ‘Image and Nation in 1990s British Cinema’. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Lury, Karen. 2000. ‘ Here and Then: Space, Place and Nostalgia in British Youth Cinema of the 1990s’. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

McFarlane, Brian. The Encyclopedia of British Film. London: Methuen. ISBN 0-413-77301-9

McNab, Geoffrey. 2003.’Eager Beaver’. Sight and Sound. September, Volume 13 Issue 9, pp 20-25

McNab, Geoffrey. 2002. ‘ That Sinking Feeling’. Sight and Sound Volume 12 Issue 10, pp 18-20

Miller, Toby. 2000. ‘The Film Industry and the Government: ‘Endless Mr Beans and Mr Bonds’?’

Monk, Claire and Sargeant, Amy. 2002. British Historical Cinema. London Routledge

Monk, Claire. 2002: ‘The Heritage Film Revisited’. Monk, Claire and Sargeant, Amy eds. British Historical Film. London: Routledge

Moor, Andrew. 2001.’Dangerous limelight: Anton Walbrook and the Seduction of the English’. Babington, Bruce. Ed.British Stars and Stardom. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Moor, Andrew. 2001. ‘No Place Like Home: Powell, Pressburger Utopia.

Moor, Andrew. 2005. Powell and Pressburger: A Cinema of Magic Spaces. London: I. B. Tauris

Murphy, Robert.Ed. British Cinema Book 2nd Edition. London: BFI

Murphy, Robert. 2000. British Cinema and the Second World War.

Murphy, Robert.Ed. 2001. British Cinema Book 2nd Edition. London: BFI

Murphy, Robert. Ed. 2000. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Murphy, Robert. Ed. Sixties British Cinema. London: BFI

Newman, Kim. 2002. ‘Endurance’. Sight and Sound Volume 12 Issue 10, pp 26-28

Petrie, Duncan. 1997. ‘British Cinema: The Search for Identity’. Nowell-Smith Geoffrey Ed. Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford : Oxford University Press.

Pidduck, Julianne. 1997. ‘Travels with Sally Potter’s Orlando: gender, narrative, movement’. Screen 38.2, Summer 1997 pp 172-189

Rollyson, Carl. 2005. To Be a Woman: The Life of Jill Craigie. London: Aurum

Russell, Patrick. 2007. 100 British Documentaries. London: BFI

Ryall, Tom. ?. Blackmail. London: BFI

Sargeant, Amy. 2005. British Cinema: A Critical History. London: BFI

Smith, Murray. 2002. Trainspotting. London: BFI

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

Street, Sarah. 2000. ‘Trainspotting’. In Forbes, Jill and Street, Sarah. European Cinema: an Introduction. London: Palgrave

Shaw, Tony. 2001. British Cinema and the Cold War. London:I.B. Tauris

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

Watson, Garry. ? . The Cinema of Mike Leigh: A Sense of the Real. London: Wallflower Press

Watson, Neil. 2000. ‘ Hollywood UK’. Murphy, Robert. Ed. British Cinema of the 90s. London: BFI

Williams, Linda Ruth. 2002.’Escape Artist’. Sight and Sound Volume 12 Issue 10, pp 23-25

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