6.7 North America

 

Anderson, John (2000). Sundancing: Hanging Out and Listening in at America’s Most Important Film Festival. New York: Spike.

Alexander, Neta (2017). “Margaret Mead Film Festival: Four Decades of World Picture(s).” Film Festivals and Anthropology. Eds. Aida Vallejo, and Maria-Paz Peirano. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 165–178.

Berra, John (2008). “Selective Exhibition: The Sundance Film Festival and Its Significance to the Independent Sector.” Declarations of Independence: American Cinema and the Partiality of Independent Production. Bristol, UK, Chicago: intellect. pp. 143–160.

Biskind, Peter (2004). Down and Dirty Pictures: Miramax, Sundance and the Rise of Independent Film. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Burgess, Diane (2008). “Negotiating Value: A Canadian Perspective on the International Film Festival.” PhD Thesis. Vancouver: Simon Fraser University, School of Communication. <http://ir.lib.sfu.ca/bitstream/1892/10514/1/etd4165.pdf>. (24 Mar. 2010)

Burgess, Diane (2012). “Bridging the Gap: Film Festival Governance, Public Partners and the ‘Vexing’ Problem of Film Distribution.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies | Revue Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques  21:1 (2012): 2-20.

Burgess, Diane (2014). “Why Whistler Will Never Be Sundance, and What This Tells Us About the Field of Cultural Production.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies | Revue Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques 23:1 (2014): 90–108.

Craig, Benjamin (2004). Sundance: A Festival Virgin’s Guide: Surviving and Thriving in Park City at America’s Most Important Film Festival. London: Cinemagine Media.

Dayan, Daniel (2000). “Looking for Sundance: The Social Construction of a Film Festival.” Moving Images, Culture and the Mind. Ed. Ib Bondebjerg. Luton: Univ. of Luton Press. pp. 43–52.

Dayan, Daniel (2013). “Looking for Sundance: The Social Construction of a Film Festival (2000).” The Film Festivals Reader. Ed. Dina Iordanova. St Andrews: St Andrews Film Studies. pp. 45–58.

Kredell, Brendan (2012). “T.O. Live With Film: The Toronto International Film Festival and Municipal Cultural Policy in Contemporary Toronto.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies | Revue Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques  21:1 (2012): 21–37.

Lacasse, Germain (2015). “Le Festival comme lieu d’un cinéma populaire: le cas du Festival de cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (FCIAT).” Synoptique 3:2 (2015): 29–48. <http://synoptique.hybrid.concordia.ca/index.php/main/article/view/82>. (12 Mar. 2015)

Lutkehaus, Nancy C. (1995). “The Sundance Film Festival.” Visual Anthropology Review 11:2 (1995): 121–129.

Mirvish, Dan (2017). The Cheerful Subversive’s Guide to Independent Filmmaking: From Preproduction to Festivals and Distribution. New York: Routledge Focal Press.

Mitchell, Sarah Elaine Dillard (2017). “Glamorous Work: An Ethnographic Study of the Toronto Interntational Film Festival.” PhD Thesis. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University, Department of Anthropology. (2017).

Mitchell, S. E.D. (2017). “Programmer as Festival Spokesperson: Information Management Strategies at the Toronto International Film Festival.” Film Festivals and Anthropology. Eds. Aida Vallejo, and Maria-Paz Peirano. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 305–321.

Peña, Richard (2012). “Setting the Course: Directors and Directions at the New York Film Festival, 1963-2010.” Coming Soon to a Festival Near You: Programming Film Festivals. Ed. Jeffrey Ruoff. St. Andrews: St Andrews Film Books. pp. 77–87.

Rae, Ian, and Jessica Thom (2016). “The Rise and Fall of the Stratford International Film Festival.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies | Revue Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques  25:1 (2016): 67–87.

Rastegar, Roya (2012). “Curating ‘Physical Cinema’ at Sundance’s New Frontier.” The Scholar and Feminist Online 10:3 (2012). <http://sfonline.barnard.edu/feminist-media-theory/curating-physical-cinema-at-sundances-new-frontier/>. (26 Nov. 2012)

Rastegar, Roya (2012). “The Curatorial Crisis in Independent Films: How Do the Spaces in Which We Watch Films Shape the Way We See and Make Meaning?” CSW Update Newsletter  (2012). <http://escholarship.org/uc/item/4mb0f534>. (25 Jul. 2012)

Rastegar, Roya (2012). “Evolving Narrative Structures Forge New Cine-Love at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.” Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies 27:3 (#81) (2012): 149–157.

Richards, Stuart (2012). “Frameline’s Conservative Hoax: Smashing Frameline’s Homonormative Image to Reveal a Socially Empowering Organisation.” antiTHESIS: A Postgraduate Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 22 (2012): 123–137.

Richards, Stuart James (2016). The Queer Film Festival: Popcorn and Politics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ruby, Jay (2017). “Temple University’s Conferences on Visual Anthropology: A First Person, Clearly Biased Report on an Experiment.” Film Festivals and Anthropology. Eds. Aida Vallejo, and Maria-Paz Peirano. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 143–163.

Ruoff, Jeffrey (2012). “Programming the Old and the New: Bill and Stella Pence on the Telluride Film Festival.” Coming Soon to a Festival Near You: Programming Film Festivals. Ed. Jeffrey Ruoff. St. Andrews: St Andrews Film Books. pp. 135–154.

Ruoff, Jeffrey (2016). Telluride in the Film Festival Galaxy. St Andrews: St Andrews Film Studies.

Smith, Lory (1999). Party in a Box: The Story of the Sundance Film Festival. 1st ed. Salt Lake City, Utah: Gibbs Smith.

Su, James Yantao (2015). “Chinese American Film Festival Establishing a Maritime Silk Road between the East and West.” International Communication of Chinese Culture  2:1 (2015): 93–98.

Winton, Ezra (2013). “Good for the Heart and Soul, Good for Business: The Cultural Politics of Documentary at the Hot Docs Film Festival.” PhD Thesis. Ottawa, ON: Carleton University, Communication. (2013). <http://curve.carleton.ca/system/files/theses/27612.pdf>. (10 Mar. 2014)

Zimmermann, Patricia R. (2012). “Humanist and Poetic Activism: The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar in the 1950s.” Film Festival Yearbook 4: Film Festivals and Activism. Eds. Dina Iordanova and Leshu Torchin. St Andrews: St Andrews Film Studies. pp. 175–189.

 

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