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that question obviously spans a broad field of various topics; books on film history, theory, technique, analysis, biographies, and so on... it might be thought that it's fairly obsolete to read books on films given that "watching films", "practical courses", "experimenting", "documentaries", (generally short) "essays and reviews" seem much more fruitful since it's a visual medium, but there are of course good ones.
so generally, what are some of your favourite books on films, and which ones do you want to read?

i'm related to someone who makes films, so I have access to a lot of books on film, but I haven't read that much yet (basically only Truffaut's 'The Films in my Life', and bits and pieces from 'The Story of Film' and other history-of-film books). Ones that I do want to read are, amongst others, Deleuze's 'Cinema 1: The Movement-Image' and 'Cinema 2: The Time-Image', Tarkovsky's 'Sculpting in Time', Bresson's 'Notes on the Cinematographer', Žižek's 'Lacrimae Rerum' (+ other "analysis-&-theory" stuff like that), and i guess the Vogel and Dwoskin book..
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Bresson's Notes is less didactic and more aphorisms for resolving his own issues with his filmmaking. It's like reading his thoughts. Still recommended for fans of his films but more recommended is Robert Bresson (revised) edited by James Quandt.

Great books for those starting out include
Film Art: An Introduction by Bordwell and Thompson
Film History: An Introduction by Bordwell/Thompson
James Monaco's How to Read a Film
Peter Wollen's Signs and Meaning in the Cinema
Bazin's famous What is Cinema?
Film Theory & Criticism edited by Leo Braudy + Marshall Cohen (I've the 7th edition)
and the Deleuze books named by Carmel
(roughly) in that order. might switch Film Art and How to Read a Film depending on your interests.

More specified books I'd recommend (not necessarily in this order) these range from the personal to the highly technical and theoretical. you'll get lost. it's fine:
Jean Epstein: Critical Essays and New Translations
David Bordwell's books on Ozu, Eisenstein, Dreyer (three different books)
Tag Gallagher's books on Rossellini and John Ford
Eros Plus Massacre: An Introduction to the Japanese New Wave Cinema by David Desser
Bal's Narratology (not exclusively film related but still worthwhile)
Scott Macdonald's The Garden in the Machine, American Ethnographic Film and Personal Documentary, and the Critical Cinema series
Circles of Confusion by Hollis Frampton (hardcore, like Finnegans Wake of film writings)
Mani Kaul's writings
Murnau by Lotte Eisner (hella famous)
Stan Brakhage's writings (even if you dislike his films) especially Film Biographies (aka The Brakhage Lectures) and Metaphors of Vision
Ingmar Bergman by Peter Cowie (a biography and filmography)
The Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory is a great resource
Czech and Slovak Cinema by Peter Hames
Poetics of Cinema (2 vols) by Raoul Ruiz
Basically everything by Raymond Durgnat
That Bowling Alley on the Tiber by Michelangelo Antonioni (his un-filmed stories/screenplays)
The Avant-garde Feature Film by William E. B. Verrone
A Companion to Early Cinema edited by Gaudreault, Dulac, Hidalgo (way more than anyone could ever possibly want to know)
The Geopolitical Aesthetic: Cinema and Space in the World System by Frederic Jameson (features the legendary Remapping Taipei)
The Aesthetics of Shadow: Lighting and Japanese Cinema - Daisuke Miyao
The Material Ghost - Gilberto Perez
Kino: A History of the Russian and Soviet Film - Jay Leyda
Painting, Photography, Film - Laszlo Moholy-Nagy (underrated filmmaker)

titles in the Director's Cut series I own/liked.
The Cinema of Alexander Sokurov by Jeremi Szaniawski
The Cinema of Jan Svankmajer by Peter Hames
The Cinema of Raul Ruiz by Michael Goddard

and the BFI Film Classics book series are good starters as well (specific to a single film) and they are numerous. I've read and liked:
Andrei Rublev
The Shining
WR: Mysteries of the Organism (Durgnat!)
Dead Man (Rosenbaum!)
there are several others I'd like to read but they can be tricky/expensive to get in the states due to their flux in-print status/oceanic travels.


That's probably a decent list for now.
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Oh and I'm reading Carl Theodor Dreyer's Gertrud: The Moving Word by James Schamus (good) and The Empty Space by Peter Brook (masturbatory).
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see also this thread:

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thanks a lot :)
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You really only need to read one book - this
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Just got this Tom Greenwald's Beyond Hollywood: 21st century international film (Toronto, 2016).

Short reviews of recent films from 70 countries, excluding the US. I'm happy to see that someone else has already made an ICM list so I don't have to. (I've seen 219/687).
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I found out that there's an autobiography of Lillian Gish titled "The Movies, Mr. Griffith, and Me" (1969). Has anybody read this book? I'm tempted to order it.
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The greatest and most important books about cinema as an artform are: Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “John Ashbery,” “John D. MacDonald (24 July 1916– ),” and “Richard Matheson (20 February 1926– ),” In: Greiner, Donald J., Cowart, David, and Wymer, Thomas L., (Editors), “Dictionary of Literary Biography,” (Volume 5: “American Poets Since World War II,” Part 1: “A–K” and Volume 8: “Twentieth-Century American Science Fiction Writers,” Part 2: “M–Z, Cumulative Index to Volumes 1–8,” Planning Board for Dictionary of Literary Biography: Baker, John, Emerson, William, Litz, Arthur Walton, Junior, Prescott, Orville, Torgownik Targ, William, and Whitman, Alden Rogers, Editorial Director: Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph, Managing Editor: Frazer Clark, C. E., Junior, Project Editor: Layman, Richard Carl, Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan: Bruccoli Clark Layman, Gale Research Company Group, and Braun-Brumfield, 1980 and 1981), Pp. 14–20, 3–4, and 12–14; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Making the Most of a Mess,” In: “The Georgia Review,” (Volume XXXV, Number 3: “Native American Literature,” Editor: Lindberg, Stanley William, Assistant Editor: Sargent, Betty Lee, Business Manager: Mealor, Charlotte W., Editorial Board: Chaffin, Verner Franklin, Kahan, Gerald, Ferré, Frederick Pond, Lee, Everett Spurgeon, Giles, Norman Henry, Marshall, George O., Junior, Hudson, Charles Melvin, Junior. and Moore, Rayburn Sabatsky, Advisory and Contributing Editors: Cavell, Stanley Louis, Hillis Miller, Joseph, Ellmann, Richard David, Percy, Walker, Harper, Michael Steven, Spears, Monroe Kirk, Kenner, William Hugh, Penn Warren, Robert, and Welty, Eudora Alice, Athens–Clarke County, Georgia, Nutley, New Jersey, San Francisco, California, and Charlotte, North Carolina: University of Georgia, Bernhard DeBoer, L-S Distribution, and Heritage Printers, Fall 1981), Pp. 631-643; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Minnie and Moskowitz,” “A Woman Under the Influence,” “Life Achievement Award: Frank Capra,” “Celine and Julie Go Boating (Céline et Julie vont en bateau),” “Day of Wrath (Vredens Dag),” “The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice (Ochazuke no Aji),” “Ordet,” “Tokyo Story (Tôkyô Monogatari),” “Love Streams,” “Mikey and Nicky,” “The Heartbreak Kid,” “The Killing of a Chinese Bookie,” “Ishtar,” and “Gloria,” In: Magill, Frank N., (Editor), and Hanson, Stephen L. and King Hanson, Patricia, (Associate Editors), “Magill’s Survey of Cinema: English Language Films – Second Series,” (Volume IV: “LUS–PUR” and Volume VI: “THE–Z,” Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Salem Press, 1981), Pp. 1594–1596 and 2711–2714, Magill, Frank N., (Editor), and King Hanson, Patricia, (Associate Editor), “Magill’s Cinema Annual,” (Volume II: “1983: A Survey of 1982 Films,” Volume IV: “1985: A Survey of 1984 Films,” Volume VI: “1987: A Survey of 1986 Films,” and Volume VII: “1988: A Survey of 1987 Films,” Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and Pasadena, California: Salem Press, 1983, 1985, 1987, and 1988), Pp. 1–15, 293–302, 570–575, 533–538, 549–555, 196–200, and 458–462, and Magill, Frank N., (Editor), and King Hanson, Patricia and Jaehne, Karen, (Associate Editors), “Magill’s Survey of Cinema: Foreign Language Films,” (Volume II: “CEL–ESP,” Volume III: “ETE–INN,” Volume V: “MEM–REB,” and Volume VII: “TAL–Z,” Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Salem Press, 1985), Pp. 497–502, 739–745, 1117–1121, 2300–2305, and 3119–3122; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Film Criticism I: Kael, Kauffmann, and Sarris,” In: “Raritan: A Quarterly Review,” (Volume I, Number 2, Editors: Editor in Chief: Poirier, William Richard, Executive Editors: Edwards, Thomas R., Leontief Alpers, Svetlana, Levine, George Lewis, Bersani, Leo, Said, Edward Wadie William, and Cottler Showalter, Elaine, Managing Editor: Hyman, Suzanne K., Board of Advisory Editors: Braudy, Leo Beal, Geertz, Clifford James, Cavell, Stanley Louis, Hollander, John, de Man, Paul Adolph Michel, Howard, Daniel, Donoghue, Denis, Kateb, George Anthony, Myles Dworkin, Ronald, and Kermode, John Frank, Editorial Assistant: Wholley, David Leon Talbot, Office Manager: Barnes, Jane, Design: Lund, Marilan M., Masthead: Wong, Jeanyee, Logo: Santino, Richard, New Brunswick, New Jersey and Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Rutgers Queen’s College, The State University of New Jersey, Fall 1981), Pp. 89-106; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Writing in the Dark: Film Criticism Today,” “A Biographical Dictionary of Film, and Overexposures: The Crisis in American Filmmaking by David Thomson,” and “The Hazards of Humanism: Vincent Canby and The Times,” In: “Chicago Review,” (Volume 34, Number 1 and Volume 36, Number 1, Editors: Tuma, Keith W., Arnold, Elizabeth, and Mueller, Jenny, Fiction Editors: Deckenbach, Janet, Orens, Anne, McKnight, Emily, and Stone, Rob, Poetry Editors: Connelly, Patricia, Donaghy, Michael, Baker, Paul and Hoogestraat, Jane, Nonfiction Editors: Shen, Ted, Waters, Alan and Read, David, Managing Editor: Inger, Rachel, Distribution and Promotion: Sullivan, David, Rights and Permissions: O’Connell, Pat, Advertising: Frasure, Michael, Computer Consultant: Day, Jonathan, Fiction Staff: Bainard, Thomas, Burke, Eric, King, Bruce, Kraynik, Kathryn, Mechatie, Oliver, Reed, Mary, Richards, Anne, Robles, Rob, Searle, James L., Skibell, Mark, Sonn, Felicia B., Chambers, Benjamin, Falk, Penelope, Graff, Bennett, Stevens, Debra, and Yanny, Brian, Poetry Staff: Alper, Michael, Heminger, Steve, Hivnor, Maggie, Keniston, Ann, Saltz, Laura, Walton, Dorothy and Katz, Seth, Nonfiction Staff: Krause, William and Sullivan, David, Advisory Editor: Sutton, John L., Faculty Liaison Committee: Booth, Wayne Clayson, von Hallberg, Robert, and Wasiolek, Edward, Chicago, Illinois, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Nutley, New Jersey, and Nashville, Tennessee: Chicago Review, Faculty Exchange, University of Chicago Printing Department, ProQuest University Microfilms International Publisher, Bernhard DeBoer, Prairie News Agency, Illinois Arts Council Agency, Coordinating Council Community of Literary Magazines and Presses, Association of Literary Magazines, Committee of Small Magazine Editors/Publishers, and Ingram Content Group Periodicals, 1983 and 1988), Pp. 89-110, 111-116, and 19-44; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Correspondence: Rock On – On Rock ’N ’Roll Music, Et Cetera” and “The Kitsch Film Criticism of The New York Times: A Critic in the Dark – The Corrupting Influence of the Kitsch Film Criticism of Vincent Canby of the New York Times – The Corrupting Influence of Vincent Canby and the New York Times,” In: “The New Republic: A Weekly Journal of Opinion,” (Volume 191, Number 21, Issue 3,644 and Volume 194, Number 26, Issue 3,728, Editor-in-Chief and President: Peretz, Martin H., Editors: Hertzberg, Hendrik and Kinsley, Michael E., Senior Editors: Barnes, Frederic Wood, Hulbert, Ann, and Krauthammer, Irving Charles, Literary Editor: Wieseltier, Leon, Executive Editor: Kondracke, Morton Matt, Senior Editors: Hulbert, Ann, Kinsley, Michael E., and Krauthammer, Irving Charles, Managing Editor: Wickenden, Dorothy, Associate Editor: Morley, Jefferson, New Republic Books Editor, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: Wasserman, Steve F., Films: Kauffmann, Stanley Jules, Theater: Brustein, Robert Sanford, Music: Rothstein, Edward Benjamin, Poetry: Pinsky, Robert and Howard, Richard Joseph, Art: Stevens, Mark, Contributing Editors: Brumberg, Abraham, Coles, Robert Martin, Fairlie, Henry Jones, Featherstone, Joseph, Fussell, Paul, Junior, Glassman, James Kenneth, Hertzberg, Hendrik, Keegan, John Desmond Patrick, Kuttner, Robert L. E., Lawrence, James Vinton, Lewis, Richard Warrington Baldwin, Lewin, Nathan, Crispin Miller, Mark, Quirk, William J., Reich, Robert Bernard, Robinson, Paul Meech, Klein Scarf, Maggie Margaret, Steel, Ronald Lewis, Strout, Richard Lee, Thaw, Eugene Victor, Tyler Modarressi, Anne Phyllis, von van Hoffman, Nicholas, Walzer, Michael Laban, and Woodward, Comer Vann, West Coast Correspondent: Kaus, Robert Michael Mickey, Editorial-Corporate Coordinator: Obolensky, Laura E., National Political Correspondent: Blumenthal, Sidney Stone, Staff Writer: Lane, Charles Chuck, Assistants to the Editors: Obolensky, Laura E. and Heizer, Dina D., Production Managers: Hopper, Patricia A. and Steinke, Bruce, Copy Editor: Baylis, Jamie, Production Assistant: Watkins, Karen A., Assistant Production Manager: Mertins, Margery, Productions Associates: Kanter, Hilary M. and Steinke, Karen A., Reporter-Researchers: Bell, David Avrom, Blinken, Anthony John, Schlesinger, Jacob M., Subak, Susan Elisabeth, Weisberg, Jacob, and Zasloff, Jonathan, Publisher: Dearth, Jeffrey L., Associate Publisher: Phillips, Reed B., Assistant Publisher/Advertising: Stapleton, Joan M., Controllers: Klasman, J. Kristine and Gandy, Jean, Accounting Manager: Salatti, Maria F., Advertising Manager: Stapleton, Joan M., Executive Assistant to the Publisher: Buffett, Susan Alice, Circulation Director: Hicks, Tom Ollis, Circulation Managers: Sittenfeld, Gene and Jones, Patty, Assistant to the Controller: Arnaiz, Livia, Circulation Assistants: Cherry, Robin and Conradi Smith, Kristin, Advertising Assistant: Buscaglio, Darlene, Advertising Representative: London, Kevin, Accounting Assistant: Overholser, Christina R., Assistant to the Advertising Manager: Schilling, Catherine, Leadership Network Advertising: Sennott, Robert F., Junior, Back Issues and Reception: Stallings, Cathi E. and Flynn, Tammy, Washington, District of Columbia, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Wooster, Ohio, and Farmingdale, New York: Leadership Network Advertising, The New Republic, Reader’s Guide, Media Review Digest, ProQuest University Microfilms International Publisher, Bell and Howell Information and Learning, and Audit Bureau of Circulations, 19 November 1984 and 30 June 1986), Pp. 2 and 25–33; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Introduction” and “Selected Bibliography,” To: Kipling, Joseph Rudyard, “Kim,” (New York, New York, Scarborough, Ontario, and Chicago, Illinois: New American Library Books, Signet Classics Books, Mentor Books, Plume, Meridian Classics, and London Films Productions, 1984), Pp. 5–18 and 285–286; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “American Dreaming: The Films of John Cassavetes and the American Experience,” (Berkeley and Los Angeles, California and London: University of California Press and Regents of the University of California, 1985, Castellano: «John Cassavetes: Un independiente en busca del sueño americano,» Imagfic, 86, Colaboraciones, documentación, fotografías, y diridigo por: Heredero, Carlos Fernández, Fernández i Quirós, José Antonio, Azkarreta García, Koldo, Weinrichter, Antonio, Rubio Lucia, Ramón, Roca García, Rosario, Cuéllar, Mariano, y Serlik, Adriana, Madrid: Dicrefilm y Linegraf, 1986); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Introduction” and “Selected Bibliography,” To: James, Henry, “What Maisie Knew and The Spoils of Poynton,” (Meridian Classics, New York, New York, Scarborough, Ontario, and Winnipeg, Manitoba: New American Library Books, Signet Classics Books, Mentor Books, and Plume, 1985), Pp. v–xxvi and 439–441; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “The Imagination in Ascendance: Henry Adams’ Mont Saint Michel and Chartres,” In: “The Southern Review,” (Volume 22, Number 3: “A Fiction Number,” Editors: Olney, James and Simpson, Lewis Pearson, Business Manager: McKinley Heck, Evelyn, Assistant Editor: Gulledge, Jo, Editorial Assistant: LeBlanc, Beth, Nutley, New Jersey, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Millwood and New York, New York and Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Bernhard DeBoer, ProQuest University Microfilms International Publisher, Kraus Microfilm Reprint Company, Modern Language Association Abstract Office, Coordinating Council Community of Literary Magazines, and Seminary of Learning of the State of Louisiana Agricultural and Mechanical College University, Summer 1986), Pp. 506–531; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Acknowledgments,” “Contents,” “Introduction,” “A Brief Chronology of Adams’ Life,” “A Note on the Text,” “Notes,” “Glossary of Architectural Terms,” “Suggestions for Further Reading,” and “Index,” To: Adams, Henry Brooks Frances Snow Compton, “Mont Saint Michel and Chartres,” (Penguin Classics, New York, New York, Markham and Toronto, Ontario, Harmondsworth, London, Baile Átha Cliath, Ringwood and Camberwell, Victoria, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, Ōkahukura, Mairangi Bay, Tāmaki Makau Rau, Rosedale, North Shore, Rosebank, and Johannesburg: Penguin Press Random House Group Books, Viking Press Books, and Pearson, 1986), Pp. v–vi, vii–viii, ix–xxxviii, xxxix–xl, xli–xlii, 361–376, 377–379, 380, and 381–398; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “American Vision: The Films of Frank Capra,” (Cambridge, London, New York and New Rochelle, New York, Oakleigh and Melbourne, Victoria, and Sydney, New South Wales: Cambridge University Press and University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate Assessment and Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 1986); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Dreams, Deeds, Words, Gasps, and Glances—Frank Capra’s Mr. Deeds Goes To Town,” In: “Notebooks in Cultural Analysis: An Annual Review,” (Hard Cover and Paperback Editions, Volume 3: “A Special Issue on “Voice”,” Editor: Cantor, Norman Frank, Managing Editor: King, Nathalia, Advisory Editors: Bloom, Harold Irving, Mazlish, Bruce, and Beaujour, Michel, Durham, North Carolina and New York, New York: Duke University Press, Institute for Cultural Analysis, and University of the City of New-York, 1986), Pp. 221–247; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Interpreting Crane and Eakins” and “Looking Without Seeing,” In: “Partisan Review,” (Volume LV, Number 3 and Volume LVIII, Number 4, Editor: Phillips, William, Consultants: Ashbery, John Lawrence, Gilman, Richard Martin, Kermode, John Frank, Rose, Barbara Ellen, and Spender, Stephen Harold, Executive Editor: Kurzweil, Edith, Associate Editor: Marcus, Steven Paul, Editorial Assistants: Hadas, Rachel, Leontief, Estelle, Share, Donald Seth, and Uskilca, Jane Marie, Contributing Editors: Abel, Lionel, Barańczak, Stanislaw, Agena, Kathleen, Dickstein, Morris, Hadas, Rachel, Lilla, Mark, Lehman, David, Merkin, Daphne Miriam, and Phelps Warren, Rosanna, Publicationa and Advisory Board: Semel Rose, Joanna, Braude, Lillian, Burden, Carter, Cohen, Edwin, Green Colin, Cynthia, Fitelson, H. William, Grimm, Richard, Gross, Gerald Jerry, Frankenthaler Iseman, Marjorie Ann, Kahn, Charles Harry, Kaplan, Mary Ellen, Johnson Lans, Shirley, Glaser List, Vera, Montgomery, Robert Hiester, Junior, Nesbit, Lynn, Pearce, David B., Schwartz, Joan C., Silverman, Elwyn Harmon Al, Silverman, Alan, Simon, Anne W., Sobin, Julian, Spielvogel, Carl, Stevens, Roger Lacey, and Wechsler, Robert T., Corresponding Editors: Epstein, Leslie Donald, Goodheart, Eugene, Marshall, Donald, Michaels, Leonard, Shattuck, Roger Whitney, and Shechner, Mark, Boston, Massachusetts, Nutley, New Jersey, San Francisco, California, Nashville, Tennessee, and Ann Arbor, Michigan: Partisan Review, Newbury Biblical Theological Seminary Institute Methodist General Boston University, Bernhard DeBoer, Capitol News, L-S Distribution, Ingram Content Group Periodicals, and ProQuest University Microfilms International Publisher, 1988 and 1991), Pp. 464–473 and 717–723; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Love’s Dreams: The Works of John Cassavetes,” In: “Persistence of Vision: The Journal of the Film Faculty of The City University of New York,” (Number 6: “Independent Film,” Editorial Board: Lang, Robert, Liebman, Stuart Elliott, Pipolo, Anthony Thomas, Koenig-Quart, Barbara, Rheuban, Joyce, and Weis, Elisabeth, Art Consultant: Rheuban, Carol, Business Manager: Pipolo, Carole, Typesetter: Zimmermann, Myrna, Film Faculty of The City University of New York, Executive Committee: Hanlon, Lindley Page, DeNitto, Dennis, Liebman, Stuart Elliott, Manbeck, John Brother, Pipolo, Anthony Thomas, Quart, Leonard, Rheuban, Joyce, and Zuker, Joel Stewart, New York and Maspeth, New York: Film Faculty of The City University of New York and Bernhard DeBoer, Summer 1988), Pp. 41–66; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Complex Characters” and “Unfinished Business,” In: “Film Comment,” (Volume 25, Number 3, Editor: Jacobson, Harlan Marshall, Editorial Director: Corliss, Richard Nelson, Senior Editor: Glicksman, Marlaine, Assistant Editor: Smith, Gavin, Art Director and Cover Design: Schulman, Elliot, Advertising and Circulation Manager: Impavido, Tony, Business Manager, Fellerman, Doris Helene Deis, Production: Dichter Edmonds, Deborah, West Coast Editor: Thompson, Anne, European Editor: Kennedy, Harlan, Research Consultant: Corliss, Mary, Controller: Hornila, Domingo, Junior, Executive Director, Film Society of Lincoln Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Centre: Koch, Joanne, Sandusky, Ohio, New York, New York, and Denville, New Jersey: Film Society of Lincoln Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Centre, New York State Council on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Eastern News Distributors, and Film Comment, May–June 1989, Deutsch: In: »Kinemathek,« 30. 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Editors: Katzman, David Manners and Yetman, Norman Roger, Editorial Board: Cravens, Hamilton, Baym, Nina, Graebner, William, Horwitz, Richard P., Levine, Stuart G., Marling, Karal Ann, Mechling, Jay Edmund, Schlereth, Thomas J., Schofield, Mary Ann, Tichi, Cecilia, and Walker, Nancy A., Managing Editor: Tarr, Stuart, Business Manager Wan Hamid, Mary, Mid-America American Studies Association: President: Le Beau, Bryan Frank, Vice-President: Kolmer, Elizabeth, Executive Director: Wells-Morgan, Kathleen, Lawrence, Kansas and Salem, Massachusetts: Department of English and Department of American Studies, University of Kansas, Mid-America American Studies Association, Department of History and Department of American Studies, Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts State University of Science and Technology, Department of English, Industrial University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Department of History, State University of New York at Fredonia, Department of Art History, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Department of American Studies, University Farm Northern Branch of the College of Agriculture of California at Davis, Department of English and Department of American Studies, University of Notre Dame du Lac, Department of English, Vanderbilt Central University, Creighton University College, Saint Louis Academy College University, Stephens College, and Copyright Clearance Center, Spring–Fall 1991), Pp. 123–124; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “The Adventures of Insecurity: The Films of John Cassavetes,” In: “The Kenyon Review,” (New Series, Volume XIII, Number 2, Editors; Hacker, Marilyn and Lynn, David H., Consulting Poetry Editor: Baker, David, Managing Editor: Finan, Martha, Production Editor: Ellis, Carol Ann, Designer: Black, Nanette, Business Manager: Nelson, Joseph G., Gambier, Ohio, Farmingdale, New York, East Haven, Connecticut, Nutley, New Jersey, and Ann Arbor, Michigan: Kenyon College, D. L. Rice and Associates, Inland Book Company, Bernhard DeBoer, ProQuest University Microfilms International Publisher, Coordinating Council Community of Literary Magazines and Presses, and Ohio Arts Council, Spring 1991), Pp. 102–121; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Close Quote,” In: “Andy Warhol’s Interview,” (Volume XXII, Number 2: “Valentine to a Sweeter America,” Publisher: Brant, Sandra J., Editor in Chief: Sischy, Ingrid Barbara, Creative Director: Kálmán, Tibor George, Managing Editor: Hopkins, Drew, Executive Editor: Fuller, Graham, Senior Editor: Greco, Stephen, Editor at Large: Casadio, Mariuccia, Art Director: Pandiscio, Richard, Photography and Art Editor: Donaldson, Suzanne, Associate Editor: Cronstrom, Kendell, Assistant Editors/Staff Interviewers: Ehrlich, Dimitri and Marvel, Mark, Special Projects Editor: Harris, Melissa, Assistant Designer: de la Peña, Ron, Assistant Editors: Galvin, Peter and Saralegui, Alejandro, Editorial and Production Assistant: Rogers, Ray, Photography and Art Assistant: Chim, Josephine, Consulting Editors: Celant, Germano, Wolkow Epstein, Jason, Ertegün, Ahmet, and Mitchell Muschamp, Herbert, Contributing Editors: Aronson, Steven M. L., Bleckner, Ross, Borns, Betsy, Christy, George, Cohen, George, Daly, Steven, Geldzahler, Henry, Gerber, Robert, Hackett, Pat, Hoisington Indiana, Gary, Janowitz, Tama, Koons, Jeffrey Lynn, Kruger, Barbara, Lassell, Michael, Lebowitz, Frances Ann, Liebmann, Lisa Isabel, McDowell, Roddy Roderick Andrew Anthony Jude, MacGrath, Patrick, Miller, Jeffrey, Morgan, Susan, Penn, Sean Justin, Regen, Richard, Robinson, Lisa, Rochlin, Margy, Rubenstein, Hal, Schnabel, Julian, Selsman, Jill Victoria, Slonim, Jeffrey, Taylor, Paul, and Wayne, George, Contributing Photographers: Comte, Michel, de Coppet, Laura, D’Orazio, Sante, Eberle, Todd, Haddi, Michel, Lacombe, Brigitte, Markus, Kurt, Maxey Mapplethorpe, Edward, McDermott, David, McGough, Peter, McMullan, Patrick, Meisel, Steven, Michals, Duane Steven, Ritts, Herbert, Junior, Rolston, Matthew Russell, von Unwerth, Ellen, Watson, Albert, Weber, Bruce, and Winters, Dan, Contributing Fashion Editors: Cooke, Ronnie, McKenna, Joe, Roberts, Michael, Schechter, Laurie, and Schechter, Wendy, Production Manager: Rully, Rena, Associate Production Manager: LeMense, Julianne, Circulation Manager: Elkin, Barbara, Advertising and Promotion Director: Powell, Paige, National Advertising Manager: Claster, Scott, Merchandising Manager: Levitt-Danehy, Sheri Michele, Advertising Associates: Jennings, Kathryn and Weber, Lee, Advertising Assistants: LeBeau, Alisa, Moskowitz, Jonathan, and Runge, Susan, West Coast Advertising Manager: Fontenot, Paula, Account Manager: Newman, Elise, Advertising Assistant: Morrissey, Chris, Detroit Advertising Associate: Teegarden, Tim, European Advertising: Mitjans, Jean Louis and Billups, Catherine, Brant Publications, Inc.: President: Brant, Sandra J., Executive Vice President: Fine, B. William, Business Manager: Blasucci, Deborah, Circulation Director: Blattman, Susan, Director of Manufacturing: Buhler, Staci, Hollywood, California, Birmingham, Michigan, Barcelona, Milano, New York, New York, and Marion, Ohio: Interview and The Audit Bureau of Circulations Alliance for Audited Media, February 1992), Pp. 152–153; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Contents,” “A Polemical Introduction: The Road Not Taken,” and “Seven Program Notes From the American Tour of the Complete Films: Faces, Husbands, Minnie and Moskowitz, A Woman Under the Influence, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, Opening Night, and Love Streams,” In: “Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities,” (Volume 11, Number 2, Special Issue: “John Cassavetes,” Co-Editors: Duchovnay, Gerald, Telotte, Jay Paul, and Prince, Stephen Robert, Editorial Staff: Affron, Charles Myron, Braudy, Leo Beal, Gentry, Ric, Ginsberg, Robert, Jennings, Wade, Kawin, Bruce Frederick, Kernan, Margot Sandra Starr, Kolker, Robert Phillip, Polan, Dana Bart, Riggin, Judy, Ross, Theodore John, Stewart, Garrett, and Waxman, Robert Ernest, Editorial Assistants: Long, Robert and Walker, Cindy, Design and Layout: Smith Freeman Chaffin, Vivian, Guest Editor: Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, Commerce, Texas and Blacksburg, Virginia: Literature and Languages Department, East Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College State Normal Teachers University–Commerce, Georgia Institute School of Technology, Post Script, Fédération internationale des archives du film, and Department of Communication Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute Agricultural and Mechanical College and State University, Winter 1992), Pp. 1–2, 3–12, and 37–100; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, «John Cassavetes: Autoportraits,» (Photos: Shaw, Samuel et Shaw, Larry, Préface: Grünberg, Serge, Labarthe, André Sylvain, Paquot Massard, Claudine, Jousse, Thierry, Toubiana, Serge Albert, Rowlands, Virginia Cathryn Gena, Ruban, Allan C., et Shaw, Larry, Maquette et réalisation: Cohen, Paul-Raymond, Cornière, Hugues, Décimo, Jean-Michel, et Pineau Virnot, Delphine, Témoignages: Quatre acteurs: Rowlands, Virginia Cathryn Gena, Gazzara, Biagio Ben Anthony, Falk, Peter Michael, et Cassel, Seymour Joseph, Lëtzebuerg, Paris, et Quetigny: Inéluctable, Les Éditions de l’Étoile, Les Cahiers du Cinéma, Éditions du Seuil, Centre Français du Copyright, Fotimprim Photogravure, et L'imprimerie Darantière, 1992); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “The Films of John Cassavetes: Pragmatism, Modernism, and the Movies,” (Photographs: Shaw, Samuel and Shaw, Larry, Cambridge Film Classics, General Editor: Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, Cambridge, New York, New York, Oakleigh, Melbourne, and Port Melbourne, Victoria, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapura, São Paulo, São Paulo, Delhi and New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, Dubai, Dubai, Tôkyô, and México, Distrito Federal: Cambridge University Press and University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate Assessment and Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 1994, Magyar: »John Cassavetes filmjei: A pragmatizmus, a modernizmus és a film,« A kötetben szereplő fotókat készítette: Shaw, Samuel és Shaw, Larry, Osiris Kladó könyvtár Könyvkiadó – Film, Sorozatszerkesztő: Zalán, Vince, Szerkesztette: Veress, Angéla, Bartha, Judit, és Zalán, Vince, Kiadásért felel: Gyurgyák, János, Sorozatot tervezte: Környei, Anikó, Műszaki szerkesz: Kapitány, Ágnes, Felelős vezető ügyvezető igazgató: Nagy, Iván, Budapest: Osiris Kladó könyvtár Könyvkiadó, Magyar Mozgókép Közalapítvány, Tördelő Sörfőző Zsuzsa, és Széchenyi Nyomda, 2001, 조선말: 카니, 레몽 프랜시스, 주니어, 《존 카사베테스의 영화들: 미국 영화계의 아웃사이더,》 시네파일, 10, 오세필: 강, 정애 공옮김, 서울특별시: 시공사, 2002); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Only Connect: Robert Kramer – An American in Paris,” In: “37th San Francisco International Film Festival: April 28–May 12, 1994,” (San Francisco, California: San Francisco International Film Festival and The San Francisco Film Society, 1994), Pp. 27–28; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Forgotten Films: Charles Burnett’s To Sleep With Anger,” In: “DoubleTake,” (Volume 1, Number 2, Editors: Coles, Robert and Harris, Alex, Managing Editor: Woodruff, Jay, Associate Editors: Halpern, Sue and Ketchin, Susan, Design and Production: Renda, Molly, Photography Consultant: George, Alice Rose, Assistant Managing Editor: Phillips, Liz, Contributing Writers: Faludi, Susan Charlotte, McKibben, Bill William Ernest, and McPherson, James Alan, Contributing Photographers: Ewald, Wendy and Germano Roma, Thomas, Editorial and Publishing Advisor: Tillman Hill, Iris, Editorial Advisors: Poetry: Hirsch, Edward M., Fiction: Smith, Lee, Photography: Sartor, Margaret, Assistant Editors: Exploration: Giordano, Neil, Archive: Lane, Joni, Editorial Assistants: Byrd, Keith and Farrar, Josh, Design Assistant: Hensley, Heather, Copy Editor: High, Maura, Proofreader: Dilworth, Alexa, Student Interns: Bottomley, Erin, Glenn, Ben, Jacobs, Katherine, and Mack, Bianca, Publishing Consultant: Parker, David S., Business Manager: Butler, J. William, Circulation: Bruno, Rosalie and Williamson, Jackie, Advertising: Guerra, Larry, Publications Advisor: Kelley, Thomas A., Assistant: Wiggleton, Carolyn J., Marion, Ohio and Durham, North Carolina: Centre for Documentary Studies at Brown School Union Institute Normal Trinity College Duke University, The Lyndhurst Foundation, Harperprints, and Eastern News Distributors, Fall 1995), Pp. 123–128; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Escape Velocity: Notes on Beat Film,” “The Beat Movement in Film: A Comprehensive Screening List,” and “No Exit: John Cassavetes’ Shadows,” In: Phillips, Lisa, (Editor), “Beat Culture and the New America: 1950–1965,” (New York, New York, Paris, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and San Francisco, California: Whitney Museum of American Art, Éditions Groupe Flammarion, Walker Art Center, and Michael Henry de Young Memorial Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1995), Pp. 190–209, 210–214, and 235–243; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Foreword: The Rules of the Game (An Interview With Ray Carney),” “Foreword: How (and How Not) to Do It: An Open Letter to the Next Generation of American Filmmakers,” and “Foreword: The Path of the Artist,” To: Schmidt, Rick, “Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices: How to Write, Produce, Direct, Film, Edit, and Promote a Feature-Length Film for Less Than $10,000,” (Revised Edition—Completely Updated With a New Chapter on Digital Technology, Design: Gold, Ann, New York, New York, London, Harmondsworth, Ringwood, Victoria, Toronto, Ontario, and Tāmaki Makau Rau: Penguin Press Random House Group Books and Viking Press Books, 1995), Pp. xv–xxviii, “Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices: How to Write, Produce, Direct, Shoot, Edit, and Promote a Feature-Length Movie for Less Than $15,000,” (Third Edition—Completely Updated With a Guide to Building Your Own Digital Video Moviemaking Workstation, Design: Kerner, Deborah, New York, New York, London, Harmondsworth, Ringwood, Victoria, Toronto, Ontario, and Tāmaki Makau Rau: Penguin George Palmer Putnam’s Sons Group Books and Viking Press Books, 2000), Pp. xxi–xxxiv, and “Extreme DV at Used-Car Prices: How to Write, Direct, Shoot, Edit, and Produce a Digital Video Feature for Less Than $3,000,” (Design: Lagin, Daniel, New York, New York, London, Harmondsworth, Camberwell, Victoria, Toronto, Ontario, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, Ōkahukura, Tāmaki Makau Rau, Rosebank, and Johannesburg: Penguin Press Random House Group Books, 2004), Pp. xxix–xxxviii; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, «El cine artístico y narrativo americano (1949–1979),» En: Monterde Lozoya, Josep José Enric Enrique y Rimbau i Möller, Esteve Esteban Saurí, (Coordinadores), «Historia general del cine,» (Volumen XI: «Nuevos cines, años 60,» Planificada por: Company, Juan M., Heredero, Carlos Fernández, Maqua Lara, Javier, Monterde Lozoya, Josep José Enric Enrique, Rimbau i Möller, Esteve Esteban Saurí, Talens Carmona, Jénaro, Torreiro Gómez, Casimiro, y Zunzunegui Díez, Santos, Coordinación editorial: Barreno, Marisa, Dirección general de la obra: Domínguez, Gustavo y Talens Carmona, Jénaro, Documentación gráfica: Muñoz, Fernando, Riosalido, Marta, Barreno, Marisa, Arruabarrena, Héctor, y García Galán, Margarita Marga García, Madrid: Ediciones Cátedra Signo e imagen, Gráficas Rógar, y Cobo Calleja Fuenlabrada, 1995), Pp. 235–260; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Pulp Affliction: The Sorry State of Contemporary Film – Tarantino? Or Cassavetes?,” In: “The Baffler: The Journal That Blunts the Cutting Edge,” (Number Eight: “Fatima, Lourdes: The Cultural Miracle,” Editor-in-Chief: Frank, Thomas, Publisher: Lane, Greg, Managing Editor: Weiland, Matt, Senior Editors: Mulcahey, Diamonds and White, Keith, Associate Editors: Krukowski, Damon, Mahoney, Maura, and Vanderbilt, Tom, Traffic: Vogt, Emily, Chicago, Illinois: Salsedo Press, 1996), Pp. 41–49; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “American Vision: The Films of Frank Capra,” (Paperback Edition, Hanover, New Hampshire and London: Wesleyan University Press, University Press of New England, Brandeis University Press, Dartmouth College Press, Middlebury College Press, University of New Hampshire Press, University of Rhode Island Press, Tufts University Press, University of Vermont Press, and The Harvard Student Council’s Salzburg Global Seminar in American Civilization Studies, 1996, Originally Published: Cambridge, London, New York and New Rochelle, New York, Oakleigh and Melbourne, Victoria, and Sydney, New South Wales: Cambridge University Press and University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate Assessment and Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 1986), Includes a “Preface to the 1996 Edition: Capra and the Critics,” Pp. xi–xviii; カーニー著, レイモンド・ フランシス, ジュニア, 『カサヴェテスの映したアメリカ: 映画に見るアメリカ人の夢,』 (訳: 梅本, 洋一, 東京: 株式会社勁草書房, 1997); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, «Uno stile rivoluzionario: «Ice» e «Milestones»,» In: Turigliatto, Roberto, (Direttore), «Robert Kramer,» (Fotografie: Ferrara, Minnie, Malanga, Elena, Lagossi, Paola, Kramer, Robert, Bachini, Elaine, e Gayard, J., Progetto grafico: Busto, Andrea, Lindau Cinema Universale, 30, Torino, Paris, Roma, Berlin, Berlin, Lisboa, e Chivasso: Lindau Cinema, 15° Festival Internazionale Cinema Giovani, Richard Copuans e Catherine Roux, Les Films d’Ici, Sylvie Blum, Sylvie Richard, e Mina Lebœuf, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, Annie Bichet e Veronique Foulon, Studio des Ursulines, Geneviève Sérieyx , Amnesty International, Les Cahiers du Cinéma, Dominique Brunet, Canal Plus Image International, Nadia Lakhdar, CinéCinémasCinéfil+ Classic, Fracnk Weber, Ciné-Tamaris, «Filmcritica,» Jean-Jacques Varet e Alexa Gutowski, Les Films du Paradoxe, Ulrich Gregor-Patalas e Karen Moeller, Freunde der deutschen Kinemathek, Fernanda Teixeira, Instituto Português da Arte Cinematográfica e Audiovisual, Martine Zack, La Sept ARTE, Silvia Voser, Waka Films, Bernard Eisenschitz, Cédric Venail, Vincent Vatrican, Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan, Stephen Dwoskin, Cyril Thursten, Sabina Uberti-Bona, Fuori Orario, Robert Kramer, Traduko, Archivio Zambetti, e Servizi Grafici, 1997), Pp. 109–122; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Fake Independence and Reel Truth: The State of Independent Film – Part 2 of 2, MovieMaker’s Favorite Independent Film Pundit Takes a Few Jabs at the Motion Picture Establishment and Attempts to Get Us to Stop Taking the True Indie Film Artist for Granted,” “Ray Carney’s Letter to the Next Generation of American Filmmakers: The Path of the Artist – An Open Letter to the Next Generation of American Filmmakers, Part 1,” “The Path of the Artist: Part 2 – Further Thoughts on the Art of Film,” “The Path of the Artist: Part III – Thoughts on the Art of Film, Plenty of People Will Tell You How to Make a Movie. Carney Reminds Us Why Moviemaking Matters,” “The Return of Ray Carney: Part I – Investigating the Critics, Ray Carney Takes Aim at the Hollywood Publicity Machine and the Critics Who Feed It, the World’s Most Outspoken, Fearless Critic of American Cinema Is Back, With a Fresh New Rant,” and “The Growth of a Film Artist: Part II – Ray Carney Returns to MovieMaker, Ray Carney Returns for Another of His Spirited, Thought-Provoking Rants,” In: “MovieMaker: The People. The Pictures, The Process – The Art and Business of Making Movies,” (Issue Number 27, Volume 5: “4th Anniversary Edition,” Issue Number 36, Volume 7: “Sixth Anniversary Issue: Post Production Special,” Issue Number 37, Volume VII: “Special Park City Issue: The Digital Revolution Comes to Park City,” Issue Number 38, Volume VII: “Special Screenwriting Issue,” Issue Number 47, Volume IX: “Special Issue: Film Education,” and Issue Number 48, Volume IX: “Special Issue: Post-Production,” Publisher/Editor: Rhys, Timothy, Vice President: Holly, Karen, Executive Publisher: Sandler, Herman S., Associate Publishers: Holly, Karen and Summers, Craig, Managing Editors: McEnerney, Charles and Wood, Jennifer M., Senior Editor: Genard, Susan, Editors at Large: Bush, Lyall, Hunt, Paula, McInnis, Kathleen, Geffner, David, Thompson, Rustin, and Williams, Phillip, Associate Editor: Genard, Susan, Contributing Editors: Ficarra, Carmen, Tukey, Paul, Hooly, Karen and Arnold, Jeremy, Assistant Editor: Farbman, Emily, Contributing Writers: Arnold, Jeremy, Ashton, Atchison, Doug, Stephen, Bell, David Avrom, Basile, Robert, Basoli, Anna G., Bush, Lyall, Crawford, Travis, Dau, Carsten, Essman, Scott, Fairweather, Kathleen, Geffner, David, Getlen, Larry, Goldstein, Adam, Griffin, Mark, Harris, Erich Leon, Harrold, Lewis, Kevin, Litwak, Mark, Hamlin, Andrew, Hitchens, Gordon, Klaffke, Pamela, Marx, Rick, Menzies, James, Merkin, Justin, Peros, Steven, Rose, Andy, Sherman, Eric, Smith, Lenny, Simens, Dov S.-S., Taylor, Elayne, Thompson, Rustin, Tulchin, Harris, Tunison, Michael, Weston, Judith, Wilmot, Judith, and Wing, George, Art Directors: Pascal, David and O’Brien, John, Copy Editor: Widor, Jennifer, Editorial Assistants: Sanborn, Ryan and Wanger, Brita, Production Manager: Stehle, Elizabeth, Production Assistant: Lucas, Jim, Subscription Managers: Feeney, Mike and Wood, Jennifer M., Photo Editor: Cassidy, Kevin, Production Design: Angelidis, Marilena and Huang, Jessie, Website Producers: Davis, Ed and Grzenda, Adrienne, Technical Advisor: Doane, Mike, Technical Consultant: Morse, Boyd, Interns: Joyce, Ellen, Greer, John, and Fuller, Brit, New York, New York, Falmouth and Portland, Maine, and Los Angeles and Pasadena, California: Mike Feeney, Ian Bage / New Marketing Services, Susan Genard, Jim Coyne, Susan Hillard/Coyne and Associates, Dianna Hightower, Eastern News Distributors, MovieMaker Publishing, O’Brien Design, and Disticor Magazine Distribution Services, December/January 1998, November/December 1999, January/February 2000, April/May 2000, Summer 2002, and Fall 2002), Pp. 58–61, 36–39, 68, 58–62, 98–99, 48–51, 56–58, 91, 38–39, and 38–41; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “When Mind Is a Verb: Thomas Eakins and the Work of Doing,” In: Dickstein, Morris, (Editor), “The Revival of Pragmatism: New Essays on Social Thought, Law, and Culture,” (Post-Contemporary Interventions, Series Editors: Fish, Stanley Eugene, Jameson, Fredric Ruff, Hardt, Michael, and Dainotto, Roberto Maria, Durham, North Carolina and London: Duke University Press, 1998), Pp. 377–403; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Shadows, Faces, A Woman Under the Influence, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, and Opening Night,” To: Cassavetes, John Nicholas, “Shadows, Faces, A Woman Under the Influence, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, and Opening Night,” (Tôkyô: Pioneer Entertainment Video Manufacturing and Castle Hill Productions, 1998–1999); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Carl Th. Dreyer: Learning From Dreyer – Reflections on the Lessons His Work Teaches,” In: Crone Jensen, Lene, Movin, Lars, and Kremer, Mark, (Editors), “Close-Ups: Contemporary Art and Carl Th. Dreyer – November 9. 1999 – January 9. 2000,” (Pohjoismainen nykytaiteen instituutti, Part Time Director: Wiik, Sonja, Exhibition Coordinator: Eeg-Tverbakk, Per Gunnar, Kunsthallen Sankt Nikolaj Kirke Udstillingsbygning, Curator: Delin Hansen, Elisabeth, Exhibition Manager: Dybbøl, Kirsten, Public Relations: Leth-Nissen, Stine, Graphic Design: Hagerup, Maria, Bridgwater, Paul, and Bridgwater, Julia, København, Helsingfors, and Amsterdam: Kunsthallen Sankt Nikolaj Kirke Udstillingsbygning, Visuaalisen taiteen keskus ja Frame-säätiö, Pohjoismainen nykytaiteen instituutti, Det Danske Filminstitut, Institut Français, Koninklijke Nederlandse Ambassade, Konsul George Jorck og Hustru Emma Jorck’s Fond, Litotryk Svendborg, Torben Christensen, Skolen for Mediekunst, Det Kongelige Danske Maler-, Skildre-, Billedhugger- og Bygnings-Kunstakademis Billedkunst Skolerne for de skjønne Kunster, Arkitektur, Design og Konservering – Arkitektskolenand i Kiøbenhavn, Bart Rutten, Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst, MonteVideo/Time Based Arts, Alwin Gøttsche, Gyldendal Undervisning / audiovisuel, Galerie Paul Andriesse, Curator Hedwig A. M. Fijen, and Curators Marente Bloemheuvel and Jaap Guldemond, 1999), Pp. 82–89; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “John Cassavetes: The Adventure of Insecurity – A Pocket Guide to the Films,” (Second Revised Edition, Photographs: Shaw, Larry and Shaw, Samuel, Walpole, Massachusetts: Newbury Biblical Theological Seminary Institute Methodist General Boston University, Studies in Contemporary Film, and Company C Publishing, 1999–2000); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Two Forms of Cinematic Modernism: Notes Toward a Pragmatic Aesthetic,” In: Ludington, Charles Townsend, Junior, (Editor), and Fahy, Thomas Richard and Reuning, Sarah Patrick, (Assistant Editors), “A Modern Mosaic: Art and Modernism in the United States,” (Chapel Hill, North Carolina and London: University of North Carolina Press, 2000), Pp. 357–416; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior and Quart, Leonard, (Contributions), “The Films of Mike Leigh: Embracing the World,” (Cambridge Film Classics, General Editor: Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, Cambridge, New York, New York, Oakleigh, Melbourne, and Port Melbourne, Victoria, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapura, São Paulo, São Paulo, Delhi and New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, Dubai, Dubai, Tôkyô, and México, Distrito Federal: Cambridge University Press and University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate Assessment and Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 2000); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Letters: Your Critic Is an Avowed Enemy of My Book,” In: “Cinéaste: America’s Leading Magazine of the Art and Politics of the Cinema,” (Volume XXVI, Number 4, Founder and Editor-in-Chief: Crowdus, Gary, Editors: Lucia, Cynthia and Porton, Richard, Consulting Editor: Georgakas, Dan, Contributing Editors: Grundmann, Roy, Quart, Leonard, Sklar, Robert Anthony, and West, Dennis, Assistant Editors: Calavita, Marco and Margolis, Joe, Editorial Interns: San Filippo, Maria, Hamid, Rahul, and Wheeler, Laura, Associates: Arthur, Paul, Doherty, Tom, Dowell, Pat, Horton, Andrew, Menashe, Louis, Neve, Brian Wallace, Rosenbaum, Jonathan, and Rotondi, Rosemary, Production Assistance: Robinson, Vicki, Staff Photographer: Janda, Judy, Website Editor: Dunne, Fiona, Advertising Representative: Saltz, Barbara, Union City, New Jersey, New York, New York, Danvers Salem Village, Massachusetts and Ann Arbor, Michigan: Cinéaste Publishers, Copyright Clearance Center, Bell and Howell Information and Learning, New York State Council on the Arts, and National Endowment for the Arts, September 2001), Pp. 92; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “In Print: Jim McKay Talks to Ray Carney About John Cassavetes,” In: “Filmmaker: The Magazine of Independent Film,” (Volume 10, Number 1, Publisher: Gallagher, Stephen, Editor: Macaulay, Scott, Senior Editor: Bowen, Peter, West Coast Editor: Stephens, Chuck, Managing Editor: Ogilvie, Liz, Art Director: Rosetti, Ken, Advertising Director: Gilmore, Ian, Administrative Assistant / Subscriptins: Salas, Arnold, Contributing Editors: Cowan, Noah, Geffner, David, Glucksman, Mary, Jones, Mike, Pearlman, Bari, Pincus, Adam, and Pride, Ray, Contributing Photographers: Craig-Martin, Jessica, de Lopez, Mario, Garfunkel, Henny, Greenfield, Lois, Kern, Richard, Schenck, Ned, Villalobos, Miguel, Whilden, JoJo, and Zash, Robert, Copy Editor: Lytle, Jeff, Production Assistant: So, Evelyn, Webmaster: Thirkield, Jonathan, Controller, Chandler, Barbara, New York, New York: Schumann Printers, Disticor Magazine Distribution Services, Gotham Film and Media Institute Independent Filmmaker Feature Project/West, and National Endowment of the Arts, Fall 2001), Pp. 12 and 89–92; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, (Editor), “Cassavetes on Cassavetes,” (Directors on Directors, London and New York, New York: Faber and Faber and Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001, 日本語: カーニー著, レイモンド・ フランシス, ジュニア, ー編, 『ジョン・カサヴェテスは語る,』 訳: 都筑, はじめ, 遠山, 純生, 東京: ビターズ・エンド, 2000, Deutsch: Herausgeber, »John Cassavetes über Cassavetes,« Herausgeberin: Kagerer, Marion, Filmbibliothek, Frankfurt am Main und Darmstadt, Hessen: Verlag der Autoren, SVG - Satz- und Verlags-Gesellschaft, Betz-Druck, Bayerl und Ost, und Deutsches Filminstitut und Filmmuseum für Filmkunde, 2003, Castellano: «Cassavetes por Cassavetes,» Crónicas, 63, Diseño de la colección: Najmías, Daniel y Vivas, Julio, Ilustración foto: Shaw, Samuel, Barcelona: Editorial Anagrama, Questions, y Liberduplex Sant Llorenç d’Hortons, 2004, Excerpted In: Cassavetes, John Nicholas and Kiselyak, Charles, “John Cassavetes: Five Films – Shadows / Faces / A Woman Under the Influence / The Killing of a Chinese Bookie / Opening Night / Plus: A Constant Forge—The Life and Art of John Cassavetes,” Spine #250, New York, New York: The Criterion Collection, Home Vision Entertainment, Castle Hill Productions, and John Cassavetes Faces International Films Distribution Corporation, 2004, Italiano: «John Cassavetes: Un’autobiografia postuma,» Minimum Fax Cinema – Nuova Serie, 12, Revisione: Castoldi, Silvia, Martini, Linda, Cassini, Marco, e Di Gennaro, Daniele, Impaginazione: Speziale, Enrica, Correzione delle bozze: Speziale, Enrica e Veneruso, Valeria, Progetto grafico: Falcinelli, Riccardo, Direttore editoriale: Testa, Martina, Direttore commerciale: Rocchi, Piero, Ufficio stampa: Grazioli, Alessandro e Innocentini, Rossella, Editor collana Nichel: Lagioia, Nicola, Editor collana Indi: Raimo, Christian, Redazione: Matrone, Dario e Speziale, Enrica, Ufficio diritti: Pieri, Lorenza, Redazione web: Aversano, Valentina, Rapporti con le librerie: Conti, Antonia, Responsabile magazzino: Baffetti, Constantino, Libreria Minimum Fax: Castiglione, Marilena, De Cesare, Francesca, Esposito, Andrea e Manni, Davide, Minimum Fax live: Cianflone, Mattia, Roma: Edizioni Minimum Fax, Arti Grafiche La Moderna, Messaggerie Libri, Lotto 49, Cartiere Burgo Group, e Fedrigoni Group, 2014, Français: «Cassavetes par Cassavetes,» Directeur: Lounas, Thierry, Raison, François, Rabourdin, Dominique, et Mattos Nogueira, Rui Augusto, Responsable des éditions: Pollas, Camille, Coordination éditoriale: Trichet, Mathilde et Werner, Maxime, Correction: Bischoff, Sunniva et Blot, Anne-Capucine, Iconographie: Bischoff, Sunniva, Conception graphique: Gouret, Juliette, Nantes: Capricci Films, Harmonia Mundi Livre, Centre National du Livre, Schweizer Filmarchiv, Collection Cinémathèque Française, Samuel Shaw Family Archives, Orange Studio, Universal-International City Film Manufacturing Studio Pictures Video Productions, Frank Russell Capra Productions, LCJ Éditions, Revue Studios, Orion Pictures Releasing, Collection Dominique Rabourdin, Columbia Sony Pictures Entertainment, Nicoletta Zalaffi-Nogueira, Collection Rui Augusto Mattos Nogueira, Paramount Pictures, Wild Side Video, MK2 Productions, Ciné Malta, et Imprimerie Imago Publishing Group en Union européenne, 2020); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Shadows,” (British Film Institute Film Classics, Series Editor: White, Robert Hanley Gregor, Series Consultants: Buscombe, Edward, MacCabe, Colin Myles Joseph, Meeker, David, and Salmi, Markku, London, Basingstoke, Burghfield, Trowbridge, Bloomington, Indiana, and Berkeley, California: British Film Institute Publishing, Palgrave Macmillan, Indiana University Press, University of California Press, Andrew Barron and Collis Clements Associates, D R Bungay Associates, and The Cromwell Press, 2001); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, «Love Streams et Un enfant attend,» Pour: Cassavetes, John Nicholas, «Love Streams et Un enfant attend,» (Adaptation: Moury, Francis, Grosso, Jean-Pascal, et Boulenger, Gilles, Direction artistique: Troublé, CMC Agnès Andrée Marguerite B. et Esnault Enodenis, Denis, Paris: Hollywood Classics International, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Studios Home Entertainment, J’aime le cinéma Ciné Malta, Night and Day Distribution, Centre National de la Cinématographie du cinéma et de l’image animée, CMC Agnès Andrée Marguerite B. Troublé, et Denis Esnault Enodenis, 2002–2003); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “An Interview With Ray Carney – Warning: Life Altering, Illusion Shattering Material Enclosed,” In: Thompson, Don and Rombes, Nicholas, (Editors), “Your Life Is a Movie – Alternative Visions of Film, Media and Culture: The Best of Solpix, 2002–2005,” (Washington, District of Columbia: Del Sol Press, 2005), Pp. 19–82; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Moving Beyond Donald Trump,” To: Katz, Aaron, “Quiet City and Dance Party, USA: 2 Films By Aaron Katz,” (Producers: Grant, Andrew and Hillis, Aaron, Subtitles, Helminiak, Jeff, Package Design: Meola, Scott, New York, New York: Benten Films, AM-DVD, Visual Audio Captioning, CAV Media, and Simplissimus, 2007), Pp. 1–6; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Feature: John Cassavetes – An American Original: Nearly 20 Years After His Death, Independent Film-Making Pioneer John Cassavetes’ Films Continue to Echo and Inspire – The Work of American Actor/Director John Cassavetes in the ’60s and ’70s Has Become Part of the Canon, But at the Time He Was a Love Wolf, Operating Beyond the Confines of the Studio, and the Controversy That Followed His Career Continues to This Day,” In: “Real Groove: Music, Film, Fashion and Culture Monthly,” (Issue 168: “Nick Cave: Old Testament Fury From The Australian Master,” Editor: Greive, Duncan, Fasion Editor: Elliott, Kate, Art Director: Barnes, Day, Advertising: Richards, Steve and Gregory, Katie, Designer: Black, Sara, Proofing: Satherley, Dan and Kerryanne, Brett, Photographers/Illustrators: Alckin, Sean, Andrews, Chris, Barnes, Day, Clarke, Conor, Cudby, Chris, Field, Steve, Greive, Duncan, Knox, Chris, Radojcic, Milana, and Taylor, Dane, General Manager: Richards, Steven Publications Co-Ordinator: Dickinson, Gemma, Tāmaki Makau Rau: Neon Sleep, Rokpx, Mercury Subscriptions, Nicholson Print Solutions, Gordon and Gotch, and Real Groove Promotions, March 2008), Pp. 38–39; Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, “Excavating the Human Remains: The Films of Jay Rosenblatt,” To: Rosenblatt, Jay, “The Films of Jay Rosenblatt, Volume 1: Restricted, Short of Breath, The Smell of Burning Ants, Human Remains, King of the Jews,” (New Paltz, New York: Locomotion Films, 2009); Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, «John Cassavetes et l’histoire du cinéma américain,» Dans: Jeunet, Jean-François, (Directeur), «John Cassavetes,» (La Madeleine: Éditions LettMotif, 2014 et 2019), Pp. 7–32; and Carney, Raymond Francis, Junior, «Retorno a Shadows» y «La madurez de Cassavetes: Faces y Una mujer bajo la influencia,» En: Montero, José Francisco, (Coordinador), «John Cassavetes: Interior noche,» (Trayectos libros, Colección dirigida por: Higueras Flores, ‪Rubén, 14, Valencia: Asociación Ediciones Shangrila Textos Aparte, 2018), Pp. 24–43 y 196–241.
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Cinephile wrote: June 10th, 2021, 4:23 pm The greatest and most important books about cinema...
You can't make that claim if you limit yourself to US/UK sources. :whistling:

How is “Mont Saint Michel and Chartres” even about cinema ?
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hurluberlu wrote: June 10th, 2021, 5:20 pm
Cinephile wrote: June 10th, 2021, 4:23 pm The greatest and most important books about cinema...
You can't make that claim if you limit yourself to US/UK sources. :whistling:

How is “Mont Saint Michel and Chartres” even about cinema ?
I am not “limiting” myself to anything, feel free to add whatever you find interesting.
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Cinephile wrote: June 10th, 2021, 5:22 pm
hurluberlu wrote: June 10th, 2021, 5:20 pm
Cinephile wrote: June 10th, 2021, 4:23 pm The greatest and most important books about cinema...
You can't make that claim if you limit yourself to US/UK sources. :whistling:

How is “Mont Saint Michel and Chartres” even about cinema ?
I am not “limiting” myself to anything, feel free to add whatever you find interesting.
OK cool, I got the wrong impression then. I am still curious about Mont Saint Michel though...
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hurluberlu wrote: June 10th, 2021, 5:54 pm
Cinephile wrote: June 10th, 2021, 5:22 pm
hurluberlu wrote: June 10th, 2021, 5:20 pm

You can't make that claim if you limit yourself to US/UK sources. :whistling:

How is “Mont Saint Michel and Chartres” even about cinema ?
I am not “limiting” myself to anything, feel free to add whatever you find interesting.
OK cool, I got the wrong impression then. I am still curious about Mont Saint Michel though...
No problem. As for your question, I consider the editor (who has annotated and introduced the text) to be the most important theoretician and scholar of cinema as an artform, so, everything that he wrote, even about other media, I find pertinent. Anyway, these books have completely changed the way in which I view the medium.
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currently most want to read (started the Fitzgerald book a few days ago):

New Realism: Contemporary British Cinema, Forrest
The British Cinema Book, Murphy
Studying British Cinema: 1999-2009, Fitzgerald
Film England: Culturally English Filmmaking Since the 1990s, Higson
Contemporary British Cinema: From Heritage to Horror, Leggott
Directory of World Cinema: Britain, Bell/Mitchell

Starting to focus on British cinema of the last 20-30 yrs of late. Anyone has any other recs (or film recs for that matter) in this area I'll take em. I have a pretty long list of directors to explore already...
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Here's a book avaible online of which I read excerpts very often: Light Moving in Time: Studies in the Visual Aesthetics of Avant-Garde Film
"Art is like a fire, it is born from the very thing it burns" - Jean-Luc Godard
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peeptoad wrote: June 15th, 2021, 12:50 pm currently most want to read (started the Fitzgerald book a few days ago):

New Realism: Contemporary British Cinema, Forrest
The British Cinema Book, Murphy
Studying British Cinema: 1999-2009, Fitzgerald
Film England: Culturally English Filmmaking Since the 1990s, Higson
Contemporary British Cinema: From Heritage to Horror, Leggott
Directory of World Cinema: Britain, Bell/Mitchell

Starting to focus on British cinema of the last 20-30 yrs of late. Anyone has any other recs (or film recs for that matter) in this area I'll take em. I have a pretty long list of directors to explore already...
This one might be of interest to you (in addition to the already-mentioned monograph that has been written about this director, which I have already cited in one of my earlier posts above): Coveney, Michael, “The World According to Mike Leigh,” (Paperback Edition, London: HarperCollins Publishers, James and John Harper and Brothers, Row, Peterson and Company, and William Collins, Sons, 1997, Originally Published: London: HarperCollins Publishers, James and John Harper and Brothers, Row, Peterson and Company, and William Collins, Sons, 1996), Includes a “Preface to the Paperback Edition,” Pp. xvii–xxiv.
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Cinephile wrote: June 16th, 2021, 11:52 am
peeptoad wrote: June 15th, 2021, 12:50 pm currently most want to read (started the Fitzgerald book a few days ago):

New Realism: Contemporary British Cinema, Forrest
The British Cinema Book, Murphy
Studying British Cinema: 1999-2009, Fitzgerald
Film England: Culturally English Filmmaking Since the 1990s, Higson
Contemporary British Cinema: From Heritage to Horror, Leggott
Directory of World Cinema: Britain, Bell/Mitchell

Starting to focus on British cinema of the last 20-30 yrs of late. Anyone has any other recs (or film recs for that matter) in this area I'll take em. I have a pretty long list of directors to explore already...
This one might be of interest (in addition to the monograph about this director which I have already cited in my post above): Coveney, Michael, “The World According to Mike Leigh,” (Second Edition, London: HarperCollins Publishers, 1996 and 1997).
Cool thanks Cinephile. I'll look into it...
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peeptoad wrote: June 16th, 2021, 11:59 am
Cinephile wrote: June 16th, 2021, 11:52 am
peeptoad wrote: June 15th, 2021, 12:50 pm currently most want to read (started the Fitzgerald book a few days ago):

New Realism: Contemporary British Cinema, Forrest
The British Cinema Book, Murphy
Studying British Cinema: 1999-2009, Fitzgerald
Film England: Culturally English Filmmaking Since the 1990s, Higson
Contemporary British Cinema: From Heritage to Horror, Leggott
Directory of World Cinema: Britain, Bell/Mitchell

Starting to focus on British cinema of the last 20-30 yrs of late. Anyone has any other recs (or film recs for that matter) in this area I'll take em. I have a pretty long list of directors to explore already...
This one might be of interest (in addition to the monograph about this director which I have already cited in my post above): Coveney, Michael, “The World According to Mike Leigh,” (Second Edition, London: HarperCollins Publishers, 1996 and 1997).
Cool thanks Cinephile. I'll look into it...
My pleasure, you are more than welcome.
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Just added this one to my list (looks like it's getting a reprint next year)-

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