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Bibliography

I will periodically add new entries to the list below. Although I have added referencing in the individual posts as well, they will also be collated here. The most up-to-date version of this will, of course, be in the post themselves.

Crossfade Bibliography.

Film industry statistics and reports. [Online] Available from: http://www.bfi.org.uk/education-research/film-industry-statistics-research [Accessed Jul 18, 2017].

ALLEN, R.J. (2013a) Beginning, Middle, End of an Era: Has Technology Trumped Aristotle?. Journal of Film and Video, 65 (1-2), pp. 9-22.

ALLEN, R.J. (2013b) Beginning, middle, end of an era: has technology trumped Aristotle?. Journal of Film and Video, 65 (1), pp. 9-22.

BARON, C. (2013a) Stanislavsky’s Terms for Script Analysis: Vocabulary for Analyzing Screen Performances. Journal of Film and Video, 65 (4), pp. 29.

BARON, C. (2013b) Stanislavsky’s Terms for Script Analysis: Vocabulary for Analyzing Screen Performances. Journal of Film and Video, 65 (4), pp. 29-41.

BATTY, C. and WALDEBACK, Z. (2008) Writing for the screen: creative and critical approaches. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

BEAUCHAMP, C. (1998) Without lying down: Frances Marion and the powerful women of early Hollywood. New; 1 ed. Berkeley: University of California Press.

BLUM, R.A. (2001) Television and screen writing: from concept to contract. 4th ed. Oxford; Boston: Focal Press.

BOON, K.A. (2008a) Script culture and the American screenplay. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

BOON, K.A. (2008b) Script culture and the American screenplay. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

BRENES, C.S. (2014) Quoting and Misquoting Aristotle’s Poetics in Recent Screenwriting Bibliography/La Poética de Aristóteles en los manuales de guion: valoración crítica. Comunicación Y Sociedad, 27 (2), pp. 55.

CARREN, D.B. (2013) Now Write! Screenwriting ed. by Sherry Ellis and Laurie Lamson (review). Journal of Film and Video, 65 (1), pp. 87-88.

CONNOLLY, M. (2014) The place of artists’ cinema: space, site and screen. 1st ed. Bristol: Intellect Books.

COOPER, D. (ed.) (2016) A Ben Affleck flop inspired this script-reading robot. Engadget, retrieved from: http://dmu.summon.serialssolutions.com/2.0.0/link/0/eLvHCXMwnV1LSwMxEB6sXgShFRWfEG9eVt1HE_dU1mLxLFKpl5LHBMS6u67b_28m6SrYgyLkGMKQDN9MZr6ZAUiTy-voByZYoxNt5Q1a9_vBocw5Otsdy4QrY3Jf1v38IIopn42z6aqonyIF4bU7kPTIbSpNQfMrZ2iyWDgTlI_q94jGSFG6dTVTowdbseAZqbx4mq3hrMfMSR-6RHKgjHzxqd-6bv1rnRn_LdAABoRatayxYUVQil3YwHIPhgW7xZIV1i5QvzK7qGr2UlKeHQ2jqcQsAEjUBFo9aypVtftwMbl7HN9HnSxzpxcU7JclVsuP-bc06QHsSKLLl60vqzOHwKQUKRdaKqOcC6Xpl6SsWyo1GBuhj-D813OP_7DnBLadh-En_ST5KWy2zRLPoOdu-BPxDqtm.

COOPER, P. and DANCYGER, K. (2000) Writing the short film. 2nd ed. Boston: Focal Press.

COWGILL, L.J. (2005a) Writing short films: structure and content for screenwriters. 2nd ed. Los Angeles, CA: Lone Eagle.

COWGILL, L.J. (2005b) Writing short films: structure and content for screenwriters. 2nd ed. Los Angeles, CA: Lone Eagle.

DANCYGER, K. and RUSH, J. (2007a) Alternative scriptwriting: successfully breaking the rules. 4th ed. Oxford; Burlington, Massachusetts: Elsevier/Focal Press.

DANCYGER, K. and RUSH, J. (2007b) Alternative scriptwriting: successfully breaking the rules. 4th ed. Oxford; Burlington, Massachusetts: Elsevier/Focal Press.

DEBORD, G. and KNABB, K. (2003a) Complete cinematic works: scripts, stills, documents. Edinburgh; Oakland, CA: AK Press.

DEBORD, G. and KNABB, K. (2003b) Complete cinematic works: scripts, stills, documents. Edinburgh; Oakland, CA: AK Press.

ELIASHBERG, J., HUI, S.K. and ZHANG, Z.J. (2007) From Story Line to Box Office: A New Approach for Green-Lighting Movie Scripts. Management Science, 53 (6), pp. 881-893.

FRANCKE, L. (1994) Script girls: women screenwriters in Hollywood. London: BFI Publishing.

GOLDMAN, W. (2000) Which lie did I tell?: more adventures in the screen trade. London: Bloomsbury.

GROVE, E. (2014)Raindance writers’ lab: write + sell the hot screenplay. 2nd; 2 ed. Oxford: Focal Press.

HORTON, A. (2004) Screenwriting for a Global Market : Selling Your Scripts from Hollywood to Hong Kong. 1st ed. Berkeley: University of California Press.

ILLOUZ, E. (2012) Oprah Winfrey and the glamour of misery: an essay on popular culture. Chichester; New York: Columbia University Press.

LOWREY, T.M. (2006) The Relation between Script Complexity and Commercial Memorability. Journal of Advertising, 35 (3), pp. 7-15.

LUND, A. (2006) Screenwriting: The Sequence Approach: The Hidden Structure of Successful Screenplays. Film International, 4 (1), pp. 90.

LUND, A. (2005) Lew Hunter’s Screenwriting 434: The Industry’s Premier Teacher Reveals the Secrets of the Successful Screenplay. Film International, 3 (5), pp. 52.

MURTAGH, F., GANZ, A. and MCKIE, S. (2009) The structure of narrative: The case of film scripts Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031320308002100.

MURTAGH, F., GANZ, A. and MCKIE, S. (2008) The structure of narrative: The case of film scripts. Pattern Recognition, 42 (2), pp. 302-312.

PHILLIPS, G.D. (2015) Creatures of darkness: Raymond Chandler, detective fiction, and film noir. 1st ed. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

PRICE, S. (2013) A history of the screenplay. New York; Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

READMAN, M. (2003) Teaching scriptwriting, screenplays and storyboards for film and TV production. London: BFI Education.

REDVALL, E.N. (2013a) Writing and producing television drama in Denmark: from The Kingdom to The Killing. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

REDVALL, E.N. (2013b) Writing and producing television drama in Denmark: from The Kingdom to The Killing. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

ROSENTHAL, A. (2014) From Chariots of fire to The king’s speech: writing biopics and docudramas. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

SCHER, L. (2011) Reading screenplays: how to analyse and evaluate film scripts. Harpenden: Creative Essentials.

SMITH, E. (1999) Thread structure: rewriting the Hollywood formula. Journal of Film and Video, LI (3-4), pp. 88.

SNYDER, B. (2007) Save the cat! goes to the movies: the screenwriter’s guide to every story ever told. Studio City, Calif: Michael Wiese.

STRACZYNSKI, J.M. (1996) The complete book of scriptwriting. Rev. and expand ed. Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer’s Digest Books.

SUPPA, R. (2005) Real Screenwriting : Strategies and Stories from the Trenches. Boston: Cengage Learning.

TELOTTE, J.P. (2004) Annual Bibliography of Film Studies-2003. Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, 24 (1), pp. 82-107.

THOMPSON, K. (1999) Storytelling in the new Hollywood: understanding classical narrative technique. Cambridge, Mass; London: Harvard University Press.

TROOST, L. and GREENFIELD, S.N. (1999a) Jane Austen in Hollywood. 2nd; illustrat; 2 ed. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

TROOST, L. and GREENFIELD, S.N. (1999b) Jane Austen in Hollywood. 2nd; illustrat; 2 ed. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

VAGG, S. (2006) Frank Harvey: Australian screenwriting pioneer. Australasian Drama Studies, 48 (48), pp. 79-98.

VEREVIS, C. (2005) Film remakes. 1st ed. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

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