I want to thank Michael for kicking off this discussion, and for posting
his list before asking for others to contribute; good form!

I've suggested this before, but I'm putting my suggestion into action with
this thread. I've created a shared bibliography using Zotero:

    https://www.zotero.org/groups/experimental_cinema

What is Zotero?

"Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect,
organize, cite, and share your research sources."

When I was in grad school, Endnote was a popular, for-pay software package
that served a similar function. Zotero's free, it displays over the web,
and it integrates with open source software such as Libre Office and Open
Office as well as Microsoft Word. It also hooks into WorldCat or other
online library catalogs so that you should be able to get a list of nearby
libraries that carry resources you're interested in.

If you'd like to help build this bibliography, email me (off list) and I'll
add you to the group. It'd be nice to grow this, and start, oh, tagging
books and articles with the names of filmmakers given significant treatment.

Eric

P.S. Using Zotero uncovers a couple of typos.

"Sheldan" should be "Sheldon", "Turin" should be "Turim", Parker Tyler's
The Underground Film was not published in 1698, and "Exhibiting art in
contemporary cinema" should be "Exhibiting cinema in contemporary art".
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