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  1. Essential reading and viewing

    Almost all the essential reading on this module is taken from Richard Barsam and Dave Monahan, Looking At The Movies: An Introduction to Film (New York: WW Norton, 2016, 5th Edition). The Third or Fourth Edition will work just as well and page numbers for all editions are provided below. The library has multiple copies of this text but there is often a large amount of competition for these resources so we strongly advise that you buy this book. Owning it will make your life much easier and it will remain useful on other/later modules. All the essential reading not taken from this book will be made available.

  2. A Dictionary of Film Studies - Kuhn, Annette, Westwell, Guy 2012

    Book Suggested for student purchase We highly recommend that you purchase this book which will be useful on the module and throughout your film studies degree. This book along with Looking At Movies is sold as a package at a discounted price in the University bookshop at the start of the year.

  3. AUTUMN/SEMESTER 1 104 items
    1. Week 1 – Film history: The cinema of attractions 8 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        There is no screening in week one
        1. Landmarks of Early Film - Shepard, David 1997 (dvd)

          Audio-visual document Essential Vol. 1 and Vol. 2

      2. Essential reading and viewing 4 items
        1. 1:1 The cinema of attractions Prezi

          Webpage Essential This link will take you to a 'Prezi' that provides an overview of the first seminar. As well as undertaking the essential reading, you are expected to browse the relevant Prezi before each seminar; this will ensure that you arrive fully prepared to answer questions and contribute to discussion. Prezis will be made available for each of the seminars in the first semester so it is worth taking a little time to familiarize yourself with the software. You can click through the presentation as if it is a slideshow or you can zoom in and out and move from place to place in a more interactive way. If you sign up for a Prezi account (free for educational users) you can save the Prezi to your own space and add your own notes etc.

        2. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read 'Precinema', pp. 415-417 (3rd edition); 435-37 (4th edition); 409-411 (5th edition)

        3. Early Cinema: Space, Frame, Narrative - Elsässer, T., Barker, Adam 1990

          Book Essential Read 'The cinema of attractions: early film, its spectator and the Avant-Garde', pp. 56-63. See module reading pack.

        4. Inventing Entertainment: the Early Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings of the Edison Companies

          Website Essential The site run by the Library of Congress has a brilliant collection of early American cinema. Follow the Motion Picture link and view as widely in this resource as you can.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 3 items
        1. The University of Exeter - The Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture

          Website Recommended The Bill Douglas centre has lots of interesting information on pre-cinema history, including virtual exhibitions of panoramas and magic lantern slideshows.

    2. Week 2 – Film history: The rise of the story film 9 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Before the Nickelodeon: The Early Cinema of Edwin S. Porter - Musser, Charles, British Film Institute 1982

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 5 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 417-423 (3rd edition); 437-442 [approx.] (4th edition); 410-414 (5th edition)

        2. The Cinema Book - Cook, Pam 2007

          Book Essential Read 'The rise of the American film industry', pp. 3-11. See module reading pack.

        3. Daring Daylight Burglary

          Audio-visual document Essential An early British film from 1903 that clearly shows the shift towards storytelling and the editing together of different locations into a coherent plot. This provides a nice contrast with the work of Edwin S. Porter.

        4. Women Film Pioneers Project

          Website  Female filmmakers were actively involved in the early cinema. This project seeks to offer a counter-narrative to the 'great men' view of history that celebrates only the work of Edison, Porter, Griffith etc.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 3 items
        1. Films | The Public Domain Review

          Webpage Recommended A good resource for finding films and related curios from the early cinema period, as well as lots of other interesting film material.

    3. Week 3 - Race and early/silent American cinema 12 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. The Birth of a Nation

          Audio-visual document Essential This film is approx. 190 mins. long. The screening will consist of a contextualising introduction and the second part of the film.

      2. Essential reading and viewing 5 items
        1. How Spike Lee Got Revenge on One of the Most Racist Movies Ever

          Webpage Essential This short article examines Spike Lee's Blackklansman as a political engagement and critique of Birth of a Nation.

        2. Spike Lee on Birth of a Nation's horrific social effects, Jordan Peele, more (full) | BlackkKlansman - YouTube

          Audio-visual document Essential Spike Lee interviewed about Blackklansman and discussing his views on Birth of a Nation.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 6 items
        1. Black Study, Black Struggle | Boston Review

          Webpage Recommended Teaching Birth of a Nation is considered problematic and although it does not directly address the film this article raises some of relevant issues about the contemporary relevance of this topic to 21st century civil rights activism.

        2. A History of Narrative Film - David A. Cook c2004

          Book Recommended The chapter on Griffith in this book covers his whole career and although it is primiarly focused on narrative has a useful broader section examining Birth of a Nation; see chapter 3, 'D.W. Griffith and the Development of Narrative Form', pp.59-101. There are multiple copies of this book in the library.

        3. The Birth of a Nation; BFI Classic 2015

          Book Recommended

        4. The Birth of a Nation: D.W. Griffith, Director - Robert Lang c1994

          Book Recommended

        5. The Birth of a Nation - Cinema and Media Studies - Oxford Bibliographies

          Webpage Recommended There are a large amount of resources related to Griffith's work in general and to Birth of A Nation in particular. This bibliographic overview summarizes the key research questions and scholarship and contains links to many fascinating resources.

        6. The Birth of a Nation review

          Webpage Recommended Review of the controversial The Birth of a Nation which tells the story of a slave revolt led by Nat Turner.

    4. Week 4 – Key concept: Performance (focusing on Buster Keaton) 9 items
      1. Screening 2 items
        1. The High Sign - Keaton, Buster, Cline, Edward F. 1921

          Audio-visual document Essential

        2. Our Hospitality - Keaton, Buster 1923

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 2 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 269-319 (3rd edition), 287-337 (4th edition); 271-316 (5th edition)

      3. Resources related to Buster Keaton 5 items
        1. Buster Keaton | Senses of Cinema

          Website Essential This web site contains some useful web resources on Buster Keaton.

        2. Video Essay: Our Hospitality

          Webpage Recommended An interesting video essay celebrating Our Hospitality.

        3. The Buster Keaton chronicles: The General - Keaton, Buster 1927 (dvd)

          Audio-visual document Recommended

        4. Film - Schneider, Alan, Svensk filmindustri, Evergreen theater Inc 1965 (videorecording)

          Audio-visual document Recommended This film is written by Samuel Beckett and stars Buster Keaton.

    5. Week 5 – Key concept: Sound 14 items
      This material covered in this week's class forms the basis for the assignment on sound in Sunrise.
      1. Screening 2 items
        1. Manhatta (1921)

          Audio-visual document 

        2. Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) - Murnau, F.W. (Friedrich Wilhelm), Fox Film Corporation 1927

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 5 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read, pp. 367-411 (3rd edition); 387-431 (4th edition); 363-403 (5th edition). Please be sure to also watch the video tutorials related to this chapter.

        2. Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans - Fischer, Lucy 1998

          Book Essential Please read 'Country/city' & 'Sound/silence', pp.28-40; see module reading pack.

        3. Reading for Assignment 1 2 items
          You are not required to consult this material in advance of the seminar on Sound but it will be essential when writing your first assignment.
          1. Film history: theory and practice - Allen, Robert Clyde, Gomery, Douglas 1993

            Book Recommended Read 'Case study: the background of Sunrise', pp.91-108; available as a pdf on QM+.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 7 items
        1. Finding His Voice - 1929 Max Fleischer cartoon - YouTube

          Webpage Recommended An early animation playing with the new synch-sound technology. Max Fleischer was a major competitor to Walt Disney during the 1920s and 1930s.

        2. FilmSound.org

          Website Recommended This is an extremely useful site with lots of interesting information, including a useful collection of some of the key writing on film sound.

        3. Jerry Goldsmith Online

          Website Recommended A site celebrating the work of contemporary Hollywood composer Jerry Goldsmith

        4. Motifs of Movement and Modernity on Vimeo Monday, June 13, 2016 at 5:15 PM EST

          Audio-visual document 

    6. Week 6 – Censorship 9 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. I'm No Angel - Ruggles, Wesley, West, Mae, Paramount Pictures 1933

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 4 items
        1. Pre-code Hollywood: sex, immorality, and insurrection in American cinema, 1930-1934 - Doherty, Thomas Patrick c1999

          Book Essential Read 'Introduction', pp. 1-21; see module reading pack.

        2. The Cinema Book - Cook, Pam 2007

          Book Essential Read 'Censorship', pp. 7-11; see module reading pack.

        3. "Complete Nudity Is Never Permitted": The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930

          Webpage Essential This website contains an excerpted version of the 1930 Production Code

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 4 items
        1. The Dame in the Kimono: Hollywood, Censorship and the Production Code from the 1920s to the 1960s - Leff, Leonard J., Simmons, Jerold 1990

          Book Recommended Read pp. 1-55.

        2. The Wages of Sin: Censorship and the Fallen Woman Film, 1928-1942 - Jacobs, Lea 1991

          Book Recommended

    7. Week 7 – Reading week 0 items
      You are expected to use the time to catch up on any reading missed (especially relating to key concepts) and to prepare for classes beginning in Week 8.
    8. Week 8 – Key concept: Narrative (i) 8 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Stagecoach - Ford, John, Walter Wanger Productions, United Artists 1939

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 2 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 113-155 (3rd edition); 121-168 (4th edition); 121-162 (5th edition)

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 5 items
        1. Introduction to film - Lacey, Nick 2005

          Book Recommended Read 'Introduction to narrative', pp. 77-98; available as a PDF on QM+.

        2. The Way Hollywood Tells It: Story and Style in Modern Movies - Bordwell, David, American Council of Learned Societies c2006 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        3. John Ford's Vision of the West

          Audio-visual document  A video essay that examines John Ford's films, including Stagecoach, in relation to the western genre.

    9. Week 9 – Key concepts: mise-en-scène & cinematography 10 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Citizen Kane - Welles, Orson 1941

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 3 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 155-207 (3rd edition); 171-222 (4th edition); 163-210 (5th edition)

        2. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 207-262 (3rd edition); 225-285 (4th edition); 211-270 (5th edition)

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 6 items
        1. Steadicam progress – the career of Paul Thomas Anderson in five shots

          Webpage Recommended A fascinating account of decisions related to cinematography as they have shaped p.t. Anderson's work.

        2. Material related to the 'Citizen Kane phenomenon' 3 items
          1. Oxford Bibliographies - Citizen Kane

            Webpage Recommended An essay giving an overview of the critical literature on Citizen Kane.

          2. RKO 281 - Ross, Benjamin 1999 (dvd)

            Audio-visual document Recommended An interesting fictionalised account of the making of Citizen Kane.

    10. Week 10 – Film history: the studio system, classical Hollywood, the Production Code and wartime propaganda 9 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Casablanca - Curtiz, Michael, Warner Bros. Pictures 1942

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 3 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp.421-423, 430-434 (3rd edition); 440-443, 450-455 (4th edition); 414-418, 424-428

        2. The Cinema Book - Cook, Pam 2007

          Book Essential Read 'Classic Hollywood narrative', pp. 39-42; see module reading pack.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 5 items
        1. The classical Hollywood cinema: film style & mode of production to 1960 - Bordwell, David, Staiger, Janet, Thompson, Kristin 1985

          Book Recommended Read ‘An excessively obvious cinema’ & ‘Classical narration’, pp.3-11 & 24-42; available as PDFs on QM+.

        2. davidbordwell.net : essays

          Webpage Recommended In this extended blog entry David Bordwell, Janet Staiger and Kristin Thompson reflect on their seminal book The Classical Hollywood Cinema, some 25 years after its publication.

        3. Controlling Hollywood: Censorship and Regulation in the Studio Era - Bernstein, Matthew 2000

          Book Recommended

    11. Week 11 – Film history: from the margins to the mainstream 9 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Maya Deren: Experimental Films - Deren, Maya, Itō, Teiji, Hammid, Alexander 1943

          Audio-visual document Essential We will be screening a number of avant-garde films from the 1940s and 1950s. The seminar will focus on Meshes of the Afternoon.

      2. Essential reading and viewing 2 items
        1. Visionary Film: the American Avant-garde, 1943-2000 - Sitney, P. Adams 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Read ‘Meshes of the Afternoon’, pp. 3-15; see module reading pack.

        2. The Avant-garde Film: Forms, Themes and Passions - Michael O'Pray 2003

          Book Essential Read ‘The 1940s: America Mythology’, pp. 48-57; see module reading pack.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 6 items
        1. Material related to the US avant garde and Maya Deren 6 items
          1. Meshes of the Afternoon - John David Rhodes, British Film Institute 2011

            Book Recommended

          2. Maya Deren and the American avant-garde - Nichols, Bill c2001

            Book Essential

          3. Essential Deren: collected writings on film - Deren, Maya, McPherson, Bruce R. 2004

            Book Recommended

          4. Unseen Cinema website

            Website Recommended A website related to an excellent collection of US avant-garde film called Unseen Cinema. The collection is available to view in QMUL library.

    12. Week 12 – Film noir 7 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. The Big Sleep - Howard Hawks 1946

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 6 items
        1. This week you are invited to explore the many resources on noir available in the QM library collection; you will find a few starting points below.

        2. More than night: film noir in its contexts - James Naremore c2008

          Book Recommended This resource can be accessed on-line.

        3. Film noir - Andrew Spicer 2002

          Book Recommended

        4. Film noir - Homer B. Pettey 2016

          Book Recommended

        5. Women in Film Noir - E. Ann Kaplan 1998

          Book Recommended

        6. Film noir: An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style - Alain Silver, Elizabeth Ward 2008

          Book Recommended

  4. SPRING/SEMESTER 2 94 items
    1. Week 1 - Film history: Race, communism and the Hollywood blacklist 11 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Salt of the Earth 1954

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 2 items
        1. Salt of the Earth: Screenplay - Michael Wilson, Deborah Silverton Rosenfelt 1978

          Book Essential Deborah Rosenfelt, 'Salt of the Earth Commentary,' pp.93-154 ; see module reading pack.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 8 items
        1. "Un-American" Hollywood: Politics and Film in the Blacklist Era - Frank Krutnik c2007

          Book Recommended

        2. Hollywood's Cold War - Tony Shaw c2007

          Book Recommended

        3. Trumbo 2016

          Audio-visual document Recommended

        4. Trumbo - Radio Play Saturday, 22 Mar 2014

          Audio-visual document Recommended This is available to listen to online via Box of Broadcasts; just google BoB and use the Queen Mary institutional log-in.

        5. Resources related to Salt of the Earth 3 items
          1. Salt of the Earth: The Story of a Film - Herbert Biberman, Michael Wilson 1965

            Book Recommended

    2. Week 2 – Key concept: Technology 11 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Rebel Without a Cause - Ray, Nicholas 1955

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 4 items
        1. The Cinema Book - Cook, Pam 2007

          Book Essential Read 'Technology', pp. 45-67; see module reading pack.

        2. The Changing Shape of Cinema: The History of Aspect Ratio

          Audio-visual document Essential John Hess's excellent short film charting the history of the development of different aspect ratios.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 6 items
        1. Film Art: An Introduction - Bordwell, David, Thompson, Kristin 2008

          Book Recommended Read 'Mechanics of the movies', pp. 2-8; available as a PDF on QM+.

        2. Widescreen cinema - Belton, John 1993

          Book Recommended

        3. How La La Land Pulled Off That Stunning Highway Dance Sequence | Vanity Fair

          Webpage Recommended This account of the opening sequence of La La Land provides valuable insight into the importance of technology (widescreen, colour, audio technology on set, crane and jib work, post-production CGI and so on) to the filmmaking process.

        4. Check Out This 15-Minute History Lesson on Frame Rates

          Webpage Recommended A great film about technology; usefully it starts right back at the beginning with Muybridge and Edison! Great for revising what we've covered...

    3. Week 3 - Key concept: Editing 11 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. A Movie 1958

          Audio-visual document Essential We will be screening Bruce Conner's A Movie (1958). Please note, the film will be shown twice. A Movie is available to download from the 'Films and film extracts' folder on QM+. We will also screen a number of related films, incl. Standard Gauge (1984) and extracts from Crossroads (1976).

      2. Essential reading and viewing 4 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 319-367 (3rd edition); 339-386 (4th edition); 317-362 (5th edition)

        2. The Creepy World of Bruce Conner

          Article  Available in your module reading pack

        3. Fallout - Some Notes on the Films of Bruce Conner

          Webpage Recommended This article is also available in your module reading packs

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 6 items
        1. Standard Gauge 1984

          Audio-visual document 

    4. Week 4 – Film analysis – Key concept summary 11 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Psycho (1960)

          Audio-visual document 

      2. Essential reading and viewing 2 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp. 1-57 (3rd edition); 1-63 (4th edition); 1-34 (5th edition). This section of the text book examines how to talk about film in all its complexity in order to produce coherent and detailed analysis.

        2. Hollywood Cinema, 2nd Edition | Film Studies | Cultural Studies General | Subjects | Wiley

          Article Essential Please read the section of Maltby's book titled 'safe and unsafe space'; this can be found in your module reading pack.

      3. Other relevant resources 8 items
        1. Resources related to Psycho (1960) 7 items
          1. BERNARD HERRMANN: Hitchcock’s Maestro (TRT 15 min) Produced by Gary Leva on Vimeo Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at 2:56 PM EST

            Audio-visual document Recommended

          2. 24 HOUR PSYCHO - YouTube

            Audio-visual document Recommended An extract from Douglas Gordan's artwork, 24 Hour Psycho (1993)

          3. Psycho - Cinema and Media Studies - Oxford Bibliographies

            Webpage Essential Browse this resource. You not expected to digest all the reference material here but it is useful to know about this for future essays and research projects

          4. Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho: A Casebook - Robert Phillip Kolker 2004

            Book Recommended

        2. Mashup of the Afternoon on Vimeo Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 3:32 PM EST

          Audio-visual document Recommended A fascinating 'mash up' of Deren and Hitchcock.

    5. Week 5 - Film history: American Independent Cinema 9 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Shadows - John Cassavetes 1959

          Book Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 1 item
        1. The films of John Cassavetes: pragmatism, modernism, and the movies - Raymond Carney 1994

          Book Essential Available in module reading pack.

      3. Resources related to Shadows 4 items
        1. Beneath the Hollywood Style: Performance in the Cinema of John Cassavetes on Vimeo Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 2:30 AM EST

          Audio-visual document Recommended

      4. Recommended reading and viewing 3 items
    6. Week 6 – Careers 6 items
      1. Screening 0 items
        No screening this week.
      2. Essential reading and viewing 1 item
        1. Resources , Queen Mary, University of London

          Webpage Essential The website for the Queen Mary careers service has a great deal of useful information. Please read the material relating to CVs before class.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 5 items
    7. Week 7 – Reading week 0 items
      You are expected to use the time to catch up on any reading missed and to prepare for classes beginning in Week 8.
    8. Week 8 Learning is Dangerous 5 items
      1. The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study

        Document Essential Please read Fred Moten and Stefano Harney, 'The university and the undercommons,' pp.24-43.

      2. Why I Quit Academia - YouTube - ContraPoints 2016

        Audio-visual document Essential

    9. Week 9 – Film history: New Hollywood 7 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Easy Rider - Dennis Hopper, Columbia Pictures Corporation 1969

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 3 items
        1. Looking at movies: an introduction to film - Richard Meran Barsam, Dave Monahan 2015

          Book Essential Read pp.447-452 (3rd edition); 472-479 (4th edition); 447-452 (5th edition)

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 3 items
        1. New Hollywood Cinema: An introduction - King, Geoff 2002

          Book Recommended

        2. The Last Great American Picture Show: New Hollywood Cinema in the 1970s - Alexander Horwath, Noel King, Thomas Elsaesser 2004

          Book Recommended

    10. Week 10 - Film history: LA Rebellion and the New Black Cinema 4 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Killer of Sheep - Charles Burnett 1977

          Webpage Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 0 items
      3. Recommended reading and viewing 3 items
    11. Week 11 – Film analysis: introduction to 'Lone Star' 8 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. Lone Star - Sayles, John 1996

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 2 items
        1. Mise-en-scène: film style and interpretation - Gibbs, John Edward c2002

          Book Essential John Gibbs, 'Lone Star scene analysis,' in Mise-en-scène: Film Style and Interpretation (London: Wallflower Press, 2001), pp.27-38; available as a PDF on QM+.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 5 items
        1. The Cinema of John Sayles: Lone Star - Mark Bould 2009

          Book Recommended

        2. Tex-Sex-Mex: American identities, Lone Stars, and the politics of racialized sexuality - Limon, Jose E. Autumn 1997

          Article Recommended Follow link to access article online.

        3. Lines of Demarcation in a Town Called Frontera: A Review of John Sayles' Lone Star - Montoya, Margaret E. Winter 1997

          Article Recommended Follow link to access article online.

        4. Films you should watch to counter American anti-migrant rhetoric - Deborah Shaw February 2, 2017 8.52am GMTFebruary 2, 2017 8.52am GMT

          Article Recommended

    12. Week 12 – Film analysis: key concepts and 'Lone Star' 11 items
      1. Screening 1 item
        1. El Norte - Gregory Nava 1983

          Book Essential

      2. Essential reading and viewing 4 items
        1. Remember to Forget the Alamo: The Dynamics of Cultural Memory in John Sayles' Lone Star - G. Whitehouse September 2002

          Article Essential Follow link to access article online.

        2. Memory and Popular Film - Grainge, Paul 2003

          Book Essential Read 'Forget the Alamo: history, legend and memory in John Sayles' Lone Star' by Neil Campbell, pp. 162-81; available as a PDF on QM+.

      3. Recommended reading and viewing 6 items
        1. Border bandits: Hollywood on the southern frontier - Fojas, Camilla 2008

          Book Recommended

        2. Magical urbanism: Latinos reinvent the US city - Davis, Mike c2000

          Book Recommended

        3. Texas-Mexican Conjunto

          Webpage Recommended An article about a hybrid musical style associated with the Tex-Mex border and which features on the Lone Star soundtrack.

        4. Which Way Home

          Website Recommended This documentary is, at the time of writing, available to watch on 4OD - http://www.channel4.com/programmes/which-way-home/4od

        5. GO FOR SISTERS Movie Trailer 5/11/2013

          Audio-visual document Recommended

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