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Bristol, M. and McKluskie, K. (eds.) (2001) Shakespeare and modern theatre: the performance of modernity, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 208pp. (Accent of Shakespeare).

Mazdon, L.E. (ed.) (2001) France on film: reflections on popular French cinema, London, UK, Wallflower Press, 192pp.

Donnelly, Kevin (ed.) (2001) Film music: critical approaches, Edinburgh, UK; New York, USA, Edinburgh University Press; Continuum, 224pp.

Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, E. and Gokturk, D. (eds.) (2002) The German cinema book, London, GB, British Film Institute, 291pp.

Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) (2006) Contemporary American Cinema, London, UK; U.S.A. and Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 584pp.

Cook, Pam (ed.) (2007) The cinema book, 3rd edition, London, GB, British Film Institute, 610pp.

Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) (2008) Destination London: German-speaking émigrés and British cinema, 1925-1950, Oxford, GB, Berghahn, 272pp. (Film Europa, 6).

Margolis, Harriet, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) (2008) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 384pp.

Fisher, Andrew and Parsons, Steven W. (2009) Nine Miles Down.

Bock, Hans-Michael and Bergfelder, Tim (eds.) (2009) The concise CineGraph: encyclopaedia of German cinema, Oxford, UK, Berghahn Books, 600pp. (Film Europa, 1).

Bergfelder, Tim and Bock, Hans-Michael (eds.) (2009) The Concise CineGraph. Encyclopaedia of German Cinema, Oxford, GB, New York City, US, Berghahn Books, 574pp. (Film Europa: German Cinema in an International Context, 1).

Milne, Anne, Bartlett, Ruth and Hick, Caroline (2011) Agnes & Nancy.

Hammond, Michael and Williams, Michael (eds.) (2011) British Silent Cinema and the Great War, Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 216pp.

Billsberry, Jon, Charlesworth, Julie and Leonard, Pauline (eds.) (2012) Moving images: effective teaching with film and television in management, Charlotte, US, Information Age Publishing, 274pp.

Donnelly, K.J. and Hayward, Philip (eds.) (2013) Music in science fiction television: tuned to the future, London, GB, New York City, US, Routledge, 231pp. (Routledge Music and Screen Media Series).

Bergfelder, Tim (2002) Popular Cinema; introduction. In, Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, Erica and Göktürk, Deniz (eds.) The German Cinema Book. London, British Film Institute, 15-17.

Bergfelder, Tim (2002) Extraterritorial fantasies: Edgar Wallace and the German crime film. In, Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, Erica and Göktürk, Deniz (eds.) The German Cinema Book. London, UK, British Film Institute, 39-47.

Bergfelder, Tim (2002) Institutions and cultural contexts; introduction. In, Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, Erica and Göktürk, Deniz (eds.) The German Cinema Book. London, UK, British Film Institute, 109-111.

Bergfelder, Tim (2003) Exotic thrills and bedroom manuals: West German b-film production in the 1960s. In, Halle, Randall and McCarthy, Margaret (eds.) Light Motives: German Popular Cinema in Perspective. Detroit, USA, Wayne State University Press, 197-219. (Contemporary Approaches to Film and Television Series).

Bergfelder, Tim (2004) Negotiating exoticism. Hollywood, film europe, and the cultural reception of Anna May Wong. In, Fischer, Lucy and Landy, Marci (eds.) Stars: The Film Reader. London, UK, Routledge, 59-75. (In focus, Routledge film readers).

Bergfelder, Tim (2005) International adventures: German popular cinema and European co-productions in the 1960s, Oxford, UK, Berghahn Books, 288pp. (Film Europa, 2).

Bergfelder, Tim (2005) National, transnational, or supranational cinema? Rethinking European film studies. Media, Culture and Society, 27, (3), 315-331. (doi:10.1177/0163443705051746).

Bergfelder, Tim (2006) Book review. European cinema: face to face with Hollywood, by Thomas Elsaesser, Amsterdam University Press, 2005, 563 pp. Screen, 47, (3), 373-378. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjl028).

Bergfelder, Tim (2006) German actors in Hollywood: the long view. In, Phillips, Alastair and Vincendeau, Ginette (eds.) Journeys of Desire: European Actors in Hollywood - A Critical Companion. London, UK, British Film Institute, 37-43.

Bergfelder, Tim (2007) The passenger: ambivalences of national identity and masculinity in the star persona of Peter van Eyck. In, Davidson, John and Hake, Sabine (eds.) Framing The Fifties: Cinema in a Divided Germany. Oxford, UK, Berghahn Books, 44-58. (Film Europa: German Cinema in an International Context).

Bergfelder, Tim (2007) German cinema and film noir. In, Spicer, Andrew (ed.) European Film Noir. Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 138-163.

Bergfelder, Tim (2007) Run Lola Run [Lola rennt] (1998). In, Cook, Pam (ed.) The Cinema Book. 3rd edition. London, UK, British Film Institute, 216-216.

Bergfelder, Tim (2008) German Cinema: introduction. In, Cook, Pam (ed.) The Cinema Book. 3rd revised edition. London, UK, British Film Institute, 207-208.

Bergfelder, Tim (2008) Contemporary German cinema. In, Cook, Pam (ed.) The Cinema Book. 3rd revised edition. London, UK, British Film Institute, 214-215.

Bergfelder, Tim (2008) The Cabinet of Dr Caligari. In, Cook, Pam (ed.) The Cinema Book. 3rd revised edition. London, UK, British Film Institute, pp210.

Bergfelder, Tim (2010) Shadowlands: the memory of the Ostgebiete in contemporary German film and television. In, Cooke, Paul and Silberman, Marc (eds.) Screening War: Perspectives on German suffering. Rochester, US, Camden-House. (Screen Cultures: German Film and the Visual).

Bergfelder, Tim (2010) Hinter der maske des genres – ‘Das verlorene Gesicht’ und der populärfilm der nachkriegszeit. In, Wahl, Chris (ed.) Der Mann mit der Leichten Hand: Kurt Hoffmann und Seine Filme. Munchen, GE, Frankfurt am Main, DE, Belleville Verlag Michael Farin; Deutsches Filmmuseum, 48-59.

Bergfelder, Tim (2011) Love beyond the nation: cosmopolitanism and transnational desire in cinema. In, Labanyi, Jo, Passerini, Luisa and Diehl, Karen (eds.) Europe and Love in Cinema. Bristol, GB, Intellect Books.

Bergfelder, Tim (2013) Giants, sultans, and other strangers: Fritz Kortner in British cinema, 1934-37. Journal of British Film and Television, 10, (4), 683-708. (doi:10.3366/jbctv.2013.0170).

Bergfelder, Tim and Carter, Erica (2002) Select Bibliography and Resources. In, Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, Erica and Göktürk, Deniz (eds.) The German Cinema Book. London, UK, British Film Institute, 257-276.

Bergfelder, Tim, Harris, Sue and Street, Sarah (2007) Film architecture and the transnational imagination: set design in 1930s European cinema, Amsterdam, NL, Amsterdam University Press; University of Chicago Press, 316pp. (Film Culture in Transition).

Bergfelder, Tim and Street, Sarah (2008) Report. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Budapest, 19-22 June 2008. Screen, 49, (4), 468-470. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjn058).

Billsberry, Jon, Leonard, Pauline and Charlesworth, Julie (2012) Die another day: teaching with film and television in the management classroom. In, Billsberry, J. and Leonard, P. (eds.) Moving Images: Effective Teaching with Film and Television in Management. Charlotte, US, Information Age Publishing.

Bishop, Ryan (2013) American film comedy and cultural critique, Edinburgh, GB, Edinburgh University Press, 192pp.

Bradley, Peri (2011) Altered states: the transforming body in contemporary film and TV. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 249pp.

Cameron, Allen and Cubitt, Sean (2009) Chapter 7. Infernal affairs and the ethics of complex narrative. In, Buckland, Warren (ed.) Puzzle Films: Complex Narratives in Contemporary World Cinema. London, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 151-166. (doi:10.1002/9781444305708.ch7).

Carter, Erica and Bergfelder, Tim (2002) Cultural Politics; introduction. In, Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, Erica and Göktürk, Deniz (eds.) The German Cinema Book. London, UK, British Film Institute, 161-164.

Cobb, Shelley (2010) Was she or wasn’t she? Virginity and identity in the critical reception of Elizabeth (1998). In, McDonald, Tamar Jeffers (ed.) Virgin Territory: Representing Sexual Inexperience in Film. Detroit, USA, Wayne State University Press.

Cobb, Shelley (2010) Jane Campion’s women’s films: art cinema and the postfeminist rape narrative. In, Russell, Dominique (ed.) Rape in Art Cinema. New York, USA, Continuum.

Cobb, Shelley (2012) Film authorship and adaptation. In, Cartmell, Deborah (ed.) A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. Chichester, GB, Wiley, 105-121.

Colpus, Eve (2013) Unmarried: illegitimacy and the unmarried mother in post-First World War British film. In, Nicholas, Siân and O'Malley, Tom (eds.) Moral Panics, Social Fears, and the Media: Historical Perspectives. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 129-146. (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies).

Cook, Pam (2001) The trouble with sex: Diana Dors and the blonde bombshell phenomenon. In, Babington, Bruce (ed.) British Stars and Stardom: From Alma Taylor to Sean Connery. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 167-178.

Cook, Pam (2002) I know where I'm going!, London, UK, British Film Institute, 80pp. (BFI Film Classics).

Cook, Pam (2005) Screening the past: memory and nostalgia in cinema, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 264pp.

Cook, Pam (2006) Portrait of a lady: Sofia Coppola. Sight and Sound, 16, (11), 36-40.

Cook, Pam (2007) An American in Paris (1951). In, Merck, Mandy (ed.) America First: Naming the Nation in US Film. Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 105-122.

Cook, Pam (2007) Authorship and cinema. In, Cook, Pam (ed.) The Cinema Book 3rd Edition. London, UK, British Film Institute, 385-483.

Cook, Pam (2009) On memorialising Gainsborough Studios. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 6, (2), 249-255. (doi:10.3366/E1743452109000910).

Cook, Pam (2010) Transnational utopias: Baz Luhrmann and Australian cinema. Transnational Cinemas, 1, (1), 23-36. (doi:10.1386/trac.1.1.23/1).

Cook, Pam (2010) Baz Luhrmann, London, GB, BFI Publishing/Palgrave Macmillan, 208pp. (World Directors).

Cook, Pam (2010) Sofia Coppola. In, Tasker, Yvonne (ed.) Fifty Contemporary Film Directors. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 126-133. (Routledge Key Guides).

Cook, Pam (2010) Another story: myth and history in 'Bonnie and Clyde' (1967). In, Film Moments: Criticism, History, Theory. London, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 102-105.

Cubitt, Sean (2008) Realising Middle-earth: Production design and film technology. In, Margolis, Harriet, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 185-191.

Cubitt, Sean (2008) Observations on the history and uses of animation occasioned by the exhibition Eyes Lies and Illusions selected from works in the Werner Nekes collection. Animation: An interdisciplinary journal, 3, (1), 49-65. (doi:10.1177/1746847708088735).

Cubitt, Sean (2008) For a history of black. Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture, 5, (1)

Cubitt, Sean, Comité international d'histoire de l'art (2009) Transience: Indigenous, settler and migrant media. In, Anderson, Jaynie (ed.) Crossing cultures : conflict, migration and convergence : the proceedings of the 32nd International Congress of the History of Art. Melbourne, AU, Megunyah Press, 989-983.

Cubitt, Sean (2009) The supernatural in neo-Baroque Hollywood. In, Buckland, Warren (ed.) Film Theory & Contemporary Hollywood Movies. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 47-65. (American Film Institute Film Readers).

Cubitt, Sean (2009) Database economy and transnational cinema. Studies In Australasian Cinema, 3, (2), 155-166. (doi:10.1386/sac.3.2.155/1).

Cubitt, Sean (2010) The ordering of worlds: two recent video works by Stella Brennan. Reading Room, 4, 144-155.

Cubitt, Sean (2010) The sound of sunlight. Screen, 51, (2), Summer Issue, 118-128. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjq005).

Cubitt, Sean (2011) Coherent light from projectors to fibre optics. In, Screen Studies Conference: Repositioning Screen Histories, Scotland, GB, 01 - 03 Jul 2011. 8pp.

Cubitt, Sean and King, Barry (2008) Dossier: corporations, lawyers, small domestic economies, technology, and profits. In, Margolis, Harrier, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings,. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press.

Cubitt, Sean and King, Barry (2008) Dossier: critics and reviews. In, Margolis, Harriet, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings,. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 261-279.

Cubitt, Sean, Papastergiadis, Nikos and McQuire, Scott (2008) Transient media. Public, (37), 76-85.

Dimitrakaki, Angela (2005) 'Five o' clock on the sun': three questions on Feminism and the moving image in the visual arts of non-Western Europe. Third Text, 19, (3), 269-282. (doi:10.1080/09528820500049460).

Donnelly, K.J. (1998) Chapter 9. The classical film score forever? Batman, Batman Returns and post-classical film music. In, Neale, Steve and Smith, Murray (eds.) Contemporary Hollywood Cinema. London, GB, New York City, US, Routledge, 142-155.

Donnelly, K.J. (2004) Riverdancing as the ship goes down. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Street, Sarah (eds.) The Titanic in Myth and Memory: Representations in Visual and Literary Culture. London, GB, I.B.Tauris, 205-214.

Donnelly, K.J. (2007) British film music and film musicals, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave, 232pp.

Donnelly, K.J. (2008) I know where I’m going!: hearing Germanic music in the Scottish Isles. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) Destination London: German-Speaking Émigrés and British Cinema, 1925-1950. Oxford, GB, Berghahn Books, 220-229. (Film Europa, 6).

Donnelly, K.J. (2010) On the occult nature of sound-image synchronization. [in special issue: 'Sound on Screen’] Cinephile, 6, (1), Spring Issue, 39-43.

Donnelly, K.J. (2011) Europe cannibalizes the Western: ravenous. In, Kalinak, Kathryn (ed.) Music in the Western: Notes from the frontier. New York, USA, London, UK, Routledge, 148-164. (Routledge Music and Screen Media Series).

Donnelly, K.J. (2012) Television's Musical Imagination: Space 1999. In, Donnelly, K.J. and Hayward, Philip (eds.) Music in Science Fiction Television. London, GB, New York City, US, Routledge. (Routledge Music and Screen Media Series).

Donnelly, K.J. (2014) Occult aesthetics: synchronization in sound film, New York, USA, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 272pp.

Donnelly, K.J. and Hayward, Philip (2012) Preface. In, Donnelly, K.J. and Hayward, Philip (eds.) Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuned to the Future. London, GB, New York City, US, Routledge. (Routledge Music and Screen Media Series).

Donnelly, Kevin (2001) The Hidden Heritage of Film Music: History and Scholarship. In, Donnelly, Kevin (ed.) Film Music: Critical Approaches. Edinburgh, UK; New York, USA, Edinburgh University Press; Continuum, 1-15.

Donnelly, Kevin (2001) Performance and the Composite Film Score. In, Donnelly, Kevin (ed.) Film Music: Critical Approaches. Edinburgh, UK; New York, USA, Edinburgh University Press; Continuum, 152-166.

Donnelly, Kevin (2005) The spectre of sound: music in film and television , London, UK; Los Angeles, USA, British Film Institute; University of California Press, 192pp.

Faiers, Jonathan (2013) Dressing dangerously: dysfunctional fashion in film, New Haven, US, Yale University Press, 320pp.

Fisher, Andrew (2011) Attack the Block.

Hammond, E.M. (2011) The multimedia afterlives of Victorian novels: The Readers Library photoplay editions in the 1920s. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 37, (2), 28-44.

Hammond, M. (2002) Some smothering dreams: the combat film in contemporary Hollywood. In, Neale, Steve (ed.) Genre and Contemporary Hollywood. London, UK, British Film Institute, 62-76.

Hammond, M. and Williams, M. (2011) Goodbye to all that or business as usual? History and memory of the great war in British cinema. In, Hammond, Michael and Williams, Michael (eds.) British Silent Cinema and the Great War. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave MacMillan, 1-34.

Hammond, Michael (2002) Letters to America: a case study in the exhibition and reception of American films in Britain, 1914-18. In, Higson, Andrew (ed.) Young and Innocent? The Cinema in Britain, 1896-1930. Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 128-143.

Hammond, Michael (2004) Saving Private Ryan's 'special affect'. In, Tasker, Yvonne (ed.) The Action and Adventure Cinema. London, Routledge, 153-166.

Hammond, Michael (2006) The big show: British cinema culture in the Great War (1914-1918), Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 315pp. (Exeter Studies in Film History).

Hammond, Michael (2011) Leonardo DiCaprio and Sean Penn: Acting authentic. In, Pomerance, Murray (ed.) Shining in Shadows: Movie Stars of the 2000s. Biggleswade, GB, Rutgers University Press. (Star Decades Series: American Culture/American Cinema). (In Press).

Hammond, Michael (2013) War relic and forgotten man: Richard Barthelmess as celluloid veteran in Hollywood 1922-1933. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 6, (4), 282-301.

Higson, Andrew, Williams, Michael and Blanco, Jo-Anne (2002) Bibliography: British cinema before 1930. In, Higson, Andrew (ed.) Young and Innocent? Cinema and Britain 1896-1930. Exeter, UK, University of Exeter Press, 371-404.

Jordan, James (2003) Bearing witness to the Holocaust in the courtroom of American fictive film. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 211pp.

Jordan, James (2013) From Nuremberg to Hollywood: the Holocaust in the courtroom of American fictive film, Middlesex, GB, Vallentine Mitchell, 220pp.

Kendall, Kathleen (2002) Who are you afraid of? Young women as consumers and producers of horror films [In special issue: Women's Horror]. Femspec, 4, (1), 82-88.

Lavery, Jane Elizabeth (2010) The superescritora Ángeles Mastretta: the strategies of a best-seller writer in projecting and maintaining (literary) superstardom. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, 16, (2), 117-131. (doi:10.1080/13260219.2010.527286 ).

Leonard, Pauline (2012) Using feature films as critical documentary in management education. In, Billsberry, Jon, Charlesworth, Julie and Leonard, Pauline (eds.) Moving Images: Effective Teaching with Film and Television in Management. Charlotte, US, Information Age Publishing.

Mazdon, Lucy (2001) Space, place and community in chacun cherche son chat. In, Mazdon, Lucy (ed.) France on Film: Reflections on Popular French Cinema. London, UK, Wallflower Press, 95-105.

Mazdon, Lucy, Mazdon, Lucy (ed.) (2004) Introduction. (In special issue on film remakes). Journal of Romance Studies, 4, (1), 1-11. (doi:10.3167/147335304782369221).

Mazdon, Lucy (2006) The Cannes Film Festival as transnational space. [in special issue: Transnational Cinema edited by Leonard Koos] Post Script, 25, (2), 19-30.

Mazdon, Lucy (2010) Vulgar, nasty and French: selling French films to British audiences. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 7, (3), 421-437. (doi:10.3366/jbctv.2010.0105).

Mazdon, Lucy (2013) Festival de Cannes: archive or archivist? In, Marlow-Mann, Alex (ed.) Archival Film Festivals. Saint Andrews, GB, St Andrews Film Studies, 117-128. (Film Festival Yearbook, 5).

Mazdon, Lucy and Poirier, Manuel (2012) Love and belonging in Western. In, Labanyi , Jo, Passerini, Luisa and Diehl, Karen (eds.) Europe and Love in Cinema. Bristol, GB, Intellect, 225-238.

McCall, Ian (2006) French literature and film in the USSR and Mao's China: intertexts in Makine's Au temps du fleuve Amour and Dai Sijie's Balzac et la Petite Tailleuse chinoise. Romance Studies, 24, (2), 159-170. (doi:10.1179/174581506x120118).

McLaughlin, Eugene (2005) From reel to ideal: the Blue Lamp and the popular cultural construction of the English ‘bobby’. Crime Media Culture, 1, (1), 11-30. (doi:10.1177/1741659005050241).

Michael, Williams (2011) 'Fire, Blood and Steel': memory and spectacle in "The Guns of Loos" (Sinclair Hill, 1928). In, Hammond, Michael and Williams, Michael (eds.) British Silent Cinema and the Great War. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 118-133.

Randell, Karen Mary (2003) Hollywood and war: trauma in film after the First World War and the Vietnam War. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 207pp.

Reiter, Andrea (1998) Ruth Beckermann und die jüdische Nachkriegsgeneration in Österreich [Ruth Beckermann and the Jewish postwar generation in Austria]. In, Fiddler, Allyson (ed.) ‘Other’ Austrians: Post-1945 Austrian Women´s Writing: Proceedings of the Conference held at the University of Nottingham from 18-20 April 1996. Bern, Switzerland; New York, USA; Paris, France; Vienna, Austria, Peter Lang, 153-165.

Sandberg, Claudia (2009) Far from home? Functions of escapism and portrayal of the tropics in 'La Habanera' (1937). Studies in European Cinema, 6, (1), 63-76. (doi:10.1386/seci.6.1.63/1).

Sandberg, Claudia (2011) The films of Peter Lilienthal. Homeless by choice. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 233pp.

Sandberg, Claudia (2012) Zwischen Revolutionsromantik und mangelnder Leidenschaft für den Sozialismus. Die Rezeption von Peter Lilienthals film Es herrscht Ruhe im Land (1975) in Ost- und Westdeutschland. In, Grenzen und Grenzüberschreitungen. Transnationale Filmbeziehungen der DEFA vor und nach dem Mauerbau. Wiesbaden, DE, VS Verlag, 183-202.

Sandberg , Claudia (2013) Peter Lilienthal’s DAVID (1978). Heimatlosigkeit als Überlebensstrategie. Filmblatt, 18, (51), 37-46.

Sandberg , Claudia (2013) Literaturverfilmungen. In, Langford, Michelle (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: Germany 2. Bristol, GB, Intellect , 121-126. (Directory of World Cinema Series).

Scheding, Florian (2008) An animated quest for freedom: Mátyás Seiber’s score for The Magic Canvas. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) Destination London: German-Speaking Émigrés and British Cinema, 1925–1950. Oxford, GB, Berghahn. (Film Europa, 6).

Smith, Adrian (2003) Humphrey Jennings’ Heart of Britain (1941): a reassessment. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 23, (2), 133-151. (doi: 10.1080/0143968032000091077).

Smith, Adrian (2006) Mountbatten goes to the movies: the cinema as a vehicle for promoting the heroic myth. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 26, (3), 395-416. (doi:10.1080/01439680600799421).

Smith, Adrian (2010) The dawn of the jet age in austerity Britain: David Lean's The Sound Barrier (1952). Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 30, (4), 487-514. (doi:10.1080/01439685.2010.523990 ).

Stigsdotter, Ingrid and Bergfelder, Tim (2007) Studying cross-cultural marketing and reception: Ingmar Bergman's Persona (1966). In, Chapman, James, Glancy, Mark and Harper, Sue (eds.) The New Film History: Sources, Methods, Approaches. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 215-228.

Van De Peer, Stefanie (2012) The Labyrinth of Halfaouine: storytelling and the 1001 Nights. In, Khatib, Lina (ed.) Storytelling in World Cinema, Volume 1: Forms. New York, US, Columbia University Press.

Vardell, Dan (2010) Unmaking the remake: Lacanian psychoanalysis, Deleuzian logic, and the problem of repetition in Hollywood cinema. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 219pp.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2004) Ready for action: G.I.Jane, Demi Moore’s body and the female combat movie. In, Tasker, Yvonne (ed.) The Action and Adventure Cinema. London, Routledge, 169-185.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2005) The Erotic Thriller in Contemporary Cinema, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh University Press, 480pp.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2005) Twin Peaks: David Lynch and the serial-thriller soap. In, Hammond, Michael and Mazdon, Lucy (eds.) The Contemporary Television Series. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 37-56.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Taxi Driver. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; U.S.A. and Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 157-160.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Sigourney Weaver. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; USA; Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 308-310.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Toy Story. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; USA; Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 369-372.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Jodie Foster. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; USA; Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 412-413.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) The Graduate. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; USA; Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 101-103.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Warren Beatty. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; U.S.A. and Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 97-99.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Jane Fonda. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; USA; Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 161-163.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Neo-Noir and Erotic Thrillers. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; U.S.A. and Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 358-362.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2006) Auterism and Auteurs. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK; U.S.A. and Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 139-144.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2011) Walking the line with the fille fatale. In, Pomerance, Murray and Palmer, R. Barton (eds.) A Little Solitaire: John Frankenheimer and American Film. Chapel Hill, US, Rutgers University Press.

Williams, Linda Ruth (2012) Arnold Schwarzenegger: corporeal charisma. In, Everett, Anna (ed.) Pretty People: Movie Stars of the 1990s. Chapel Hill, US, Rutgers University Press. (Star Decades: American Culture/American Cinema).

Williams, M.T. (2003) Ivor Novello: screen idol, London, UK, British Film Institute, 193pp.

Williams, M.T. (2004) Plein soleil and The Talented Mr Ripley: sun, stars and Highsmith's queer periphery. Journal of Romance Studies, 4, (1), 47-62. (doi:10.3167/147335304782369285).

Williams, Michael (2002) War-torn Dionysus: the silent passion of Ivor Novello. In, Higson, Andrew (ed.) Young and Innocent? Cinema and Britain 1896-1930. Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 256-270. (Exeter Studies in Film History).

Williams, Michael (2006) ‘Come and have a bathe!’: landscaping the queer utopia. In, Griffiths, Robin (ed.) British Queer Cinema. Abingdon, London: UK , New York: USA, Routledge, 105-119. (British Popular Cinema).

Williams, Michael (2008) Anton Walbrook: the continental consort. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) Destination London: German Speaking Émigrés and British Cinema, 1925-1950. Oxford, GB, Berghahn, 155-171. (Film Europa, 6).

Williams, Michael (2009) The idol body: stars, statuary and the classical epic. Film & History, 39, (2), 39-48. (doi:10.1353/flm.0.0120).

Williams, Michael (2012) Book review. Flickers of Desire: Movie Stars of the 1910s and Twilight of the Idols: Hollywood and the Human Sciences in 1920s America. Screen, 53, (4), 486-490. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjs046).

Williams, Michael (2013) Gloria Swanson as Venus: silent stardom, antiquity and the classical vernacular. In, Michelakis, Pantelis and Wyke, Maria (eds.) The Ancient World in Silent Cinema. Cambridge, GB, University of Cambridge Press, 125-144.

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