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  1. Core Texts 4 items
    These books will be referred to repeatedly on the module. Extracts are set as Weekly Readings (see below) but the more of the book you read, the better
  2. Journals and Trade Publications 3 items
    These are major publications in the field. As Postgraduate students and industry professionals, you should aim to engage with these kinds of publications on a regular basis. You are not expected to read every issue or article, but do keep an eye on what is being published so that you have a sense of current issues and emerging debates.
  3. Weekly Readings 22 items
    These are the texts you are expected to read in preparation for each week's class. The amount of reading required is probably more than you are used to; this is because postgraduate courses depend on higher levels of independent study. Please make sure you plan your reading time accordingly.
    1. Week 1 Introduction to Module 3 items
    2. Week 2 UK Distribution & Exhibition 3 items
    3. Week 3 Film Production & Film Policy 3 items
    4. Week 4 Independent and Alternative Forms of Film Exhibition and Distribution 2 items
      1. Producing the Future: Understanding Watershed's Role in Ecosystems of Cultural Innovation - Graham Leicester, Bill Sharpe 2010

        Document  Week 4: Available as an online pdf

    5. Week 5 Audiences 1 item
    6. Week 6 European Exhibition Policies 2 items
      1. The Emerging Practices of Cinema Exhibition in Europe - Agnes Salson, Mikael Arnal 2017

        Document  Week 6: available as an online pdf

    7. Week 7 Tutorial Week 0 items
    8. Week 8 Digital Disruption 2 items
    9. Week 9 The Film Producer 3 items
      1. The Producer as Auteur - Matthew Bernstein 2008

        Chapter  Week 9

    10. Week 10 Regional Film-making 3 items
      1. Go West! Bristol's Film and Television Industries - Andrew Spicer, Steve Presence 2017

        Document  Week 10

    11. Week 11 Tutorials 0 items
    12. Week 12 Portfolio Hand-in 0 items
  4. Further Reading: By Topic 56 items
    As postgraduate students, you should be researching independently, showing breadth and depth of knowledge. The suggestions below identify some of the major scholars and landmark works in the field to help you find your bearings, but you will need to build on these suggestions for assignments.
    1. Distribution 6 items
      1. Screen distribution and the new King Kongs of the online world - Stuart Cunningham, Jon Silver 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book 

    2. Production 50 items
      1. Movie Wars: How Hollywood and the Media Limit What Movies We Can See - Jonathan Rosenbaum 2002

        Book 

      2. European Film Industries - Anne Jackel 2003

        Book 

      3. Shooting to Kill - Christine Vachon 2007

        Book 

      4. On Hollywood: the place, the industry - Allen John Scott 2005

        Book 

      5. Localising Hollywood - Courtney Brannon Donoghue 2017

        Book 

      6. Creative Clusters and Innovation: Putting Creativity on the Map - Caroline Chapain, Phil Cooke, Lisa De Propris, Stewart MacNeill 2010

        Document Further Reading

      7. Bristol and Bath by Design Final Report - Caroline Chapain, Phil Cooke, Lisa De Propis, Stewart MacNeill 2010

        Document 

      8. Exhibition 11 items
        1. Exhibition, the Film Reader - Ina Rae Hark 2001

          Book  Week 6: further reading

        2. The Moviegoing Experience, 1968-2001 - Richard W. Haines 2003

          Book 

        3. Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves On-line - Dina Iordanova, Stuart Cunningham 2012

          Book 

        4. Shared Pleasures: History of Movie Presentation in the United States - Douglas Gomery, David Bordwell 1992

          Book 

      9. General Reading 17 items
        1. Movie Mutations: The Changing Face of World Cinephilia - Jonathan Rosenbaum, Adrian Martin 2003

          Book  Week 5

        2. The Contemporary Hollywood Film Industry - Paul McDonald, Janet Wasko 2007

          Book 

        3. Movie Wars: How Hollywood and the Media Limit What Movies We Can See - Jonathan Rosenbaum 2002

          Book 

        4. Movies and money - David Puttnam, Neil Watson 1998

          Book 

        5. The Europeanness of European cinema: Identity, globalisation, meaning - Alissa Timoshkina, Mary Harrod, Mariana Liz 2014

          Book 

        6. Culture, economy and politics: the case of New Labour - David Hesmondhalgh, Kate Oakley, David Lee, Melissa Nisbett 2015 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        7. The Rise and Fall of the UK Film Council - Gillian Schles Doyle, Philip Schlesinger, Raymond Boyle, Lisa Kelly 2015

          Book 

    3. add relevant study skills 0 items
  5. Digitisation 4 items