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SCREEN-L  October 2001, Week 1

SCREEN-L October 2001, Week 1

Subject:

Production histories

From:

Robert Goff <[log in to unmask]>

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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 7 Oct 2001 20:29:42 -0400

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There is a large literature on production histories. Some titles from my
shelves:
Spike Lee, several books on his early films beginning with She's Gotta Have It
John Sayles, Thinking in Pictures: The Making of Matewan
Ronald Haver, A Star Is Born: The Making of the 1954 Movie and Its 1983
Restoration
Ismail Merchant, Hullabaloo in Old Jeypore: The Making of the Deceivers
Paula Parisi, Titanic and the Making of James Camerson
Peter Baxter, Just Watch! Sternberg, Paramount and America (on the making
of Blonde Venus)

Robert Goff

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