hi all
this is an excerpt of a list I made a couple of years ago with materials on 
ff-film. some of it is in german even for texts originally written in english. 
you should be able to find these in english, too.
hope it helps,
fred


Arthur, Paul: Lost and Found: American Avant-Garde Film in the Eighties. In: 
Nelly Voorhuis: A Passage Illuminated. The American Avant-Garde Film 1980-1990. 
Amsterdam 1991. S. 15-29.
Arthur, Paul: The Status of Found Footage. In: Spectator, 20.1, Fall/Winter 
2000. Los Angeles 2000. S. 57-69.
Baldwin, Craig: From Junk to Funk to Punk to Link. In: Anker, Steve; Geritz, 
Kathy; Seid Steve (Hrsg.): Radical Light. Alternative Film & Video in the San 
Francisco Bay Area, 1945-2000. Berkeley 2010. S. 95-100.
Basilico, Stefano: Cut. Film as Found Object in Contemporary Video. Milwaukee 
2004.
Beauvais, Yann: Found Footage. Vom Wandel der Bilder. In: Blimp, Heft 16. Graz 
1991. S. 4-11.
Beauvais, Yann: Verloren und wiedergefunden. In: Cecilia Hausheer, Christoph 
Settele: Found Footage Film. Luzern 1992. S. 8-25.
Blümlinger, Christa: Zwischen den Bildern/Lesen. In: Christa Blümlinger; 
Constantin Wulff (Hrsg.): Schreiben Bilder Sprechen. Texte zum essayistischen 
Film. Wien 1992.
Blümlinger, Christa: Kino aus zweiter Hand. Zur Ästhetik materieller Aneignung 
im Film und in der Medienkunst. Berlin 2009.
Bovier, François (Hrsg.): Is This What You Were Born For? Strategies of 
Appropriation and Audio-Visual Collage in the Films of Abigail Child. Geneva 
2011.
Cahill, James Leo: ...and Afterwards? Martin Arnold's Phantom Cinema. In: 
Spectator, 27.3: Supplement 2007. Los Angeles 2007. S. 19-25.
Child, Abigail: This is Called Moving. A Critical Poetics of Film. Tuscalosa, 
Alabama 2005.
Christine N. Brinckmann: Die poetische Verkettung der Bilder. In: montage/av. 
20/1/2011. Marburg 2012. S. 29-43.
Danks, Adrian: The Global Art of Found Footage Cinema. In: Linda Badley; R. 
Barton Palmer; Steven Jay Schneider (Hrsg.): Traditions in World Cinema. 
Edinburgh 2006.
Halter, Ed: Recycle it. Internet: 
http://www.movingimagesource.us/articles/recycle-it-20080710 (Internetzugriff 
am: 1.2.2012).
Hauptmann, Jodi: Joseph Cornell. Stargazing the Cinema. New Haven 1999.
Hausheer, Cecilia; Settele, Christoph: Found Footage Film. Luzern 1992.
Hoolboom, Mike; MacKenzie, Alex: Loop, Print, Fade and Flicker. David Rimmer's 
Moving Images. Vancouver 2009.
Horwath, Alexander; Loebenstein, Michael (Hrsg.): Peter Tscherkassky. Wien 2005.
James, David E.: Allegories of Cinema. American Film in the Sixties. Princeton 
1989.
Kirchmann, Kay: Bildermüll und Wiederverwertung. Eine medientheoretische 
Perspektive auf Formen und Funktionen des Bilderrecyclings im 
Found-Footage-Film. In: Thomas Koebner; Thomas Meder (Hrsg.): Bildtheorie und 
Film. München 2006. S. 497-512.
Leyda, Jay: Films beget Films. In: London. London 1964.
O'Pray, Michael: From Dada to Junk. Bruce Conner And the Found-Footage Film. 
In: Monthly Film Bulletin. London 1987. S. 315-316.
Peterson, James: Bruce Conner and the Compilation Narrative. In: Wide Angle, 
Vol. 8, Nr. 3/4. Special Issue Narrative/Non-Narrative. Ann Arbor 1986. S. 
53-62.
Peterson, James: Making Sense of Found Footage. In: Cecilia Hausheer, Christoph 
Settele: Found Footage Film. Luzern 1992. S. 54-75.
Peterson, James: Dreams of Chaos, Visions of Order. Understanding the American 
Avant-Garde Cinema. Detroit 1994.
Sandusky, Sharon: Archäologie der Erlösung. Eine Einführung in den 
Archivkunstfilm. In: Blimp, Heft 16. Graz 1991. S. 14-22.
Sitney, P Adams: The Cinematic Gaze of Joseph Cornell. In: McShine, Kynaston 
(Hrsg.): Joseph Cornell. München 1990. S. 69-89.
Sitney, P. Adams: Visionary Film: The American Avant-Garde. Oxford 1979.
Sitney, P. Adams: Eyes Upside Down. Oxford 2008.
Sjöberg, Patrik: The World in Pieces: A Study of Compilation Films. Stockholm 
2001.
Skoller, Jeffrey: Shadows, Specters, Shards. Making History in Avant-Garde 
Film. Minneapolis 2005.
Taylor, Henry McKean: Der Krieg eines Einzelnen. Eine fimische 
Auseinandersetzung mit der Geschichte. Zürich 1995.
Ursula Blickle Stiftung et. al. (Hrsg.): Bruce Conner. Die 70er Jahre. Nürnberg 
2010.
Vertov, Dziga: Kinoki – Umsturz. In: Texte zur Theorie des Films (Reclam). 
Stuttgart 1979. S. 24-38.
Wees, William C: Recycled Images. New York 1993.
Wees, William C.: Old Images, New Meanings: Reontextualizing Archival Footage 
of Nazism and the Holocaust. In: Spectator, 20.1, Fall/Winter 2000. Los Angeles 
2000. S. 70-76.
Zryd, Michael: Found Footage-Film als diskursive Metageschichte. Craig Baldwins 
TRIBULATION 99. In: montage/av. 11/1/2002. Berlin 2002. S. 113-134.



Am 24.05.2013 um 18:50 schrieb Adam R. Levine:

> Hello,
> 
> I'm looking for any books or short texts that might offer a survey of the 
> history and practice of the appropriation and collage in the field of moving 
> images. In addition, if there is any such work that also address questions of 
> copyright, ethics and fair use, that would be great.
> 
> Thanks,
> Adam
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