Final Research Project: The Films of Andy Warhol

Below, you will find the sources I’ve deemed will work best for my research project (which explores the films of Andy Warhol and how they juxtapose against conventional Hollywood cinema – a further proposal will follow). Any additional suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

1. Angel, Callie, Thomas Sokolowski, Wayne Koestenbaum, and Glenn Lowry. Andy Warhol Motion Pictures. Annapolis: KW Institute for Contemporary Art, 2005. Print.

2. Angell, Callie. Andy Warhol screen tests : the films of Andy Warhol : catalogue raisonné. New York: N.H. Abrams, 2006. Print.

3. Bourdon, David. Warhol. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995. Print.

4. Honnef, Klaus. Andy Warhol: 1928-1987. Los Angeles: Taschen, 2005. Print.

5. Kane, Daniel. We saw the light : conversations between the new American cinema and poetry. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 2009. Print.

6. Warhol, Andy. The Andy Warhol Diaries. New York: Grand Central, 1991. Print.

7. Watson, Steven. Factory Made Warhol and the Sixties. New York: Pantheon, 2003. Print.

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One Response to “Final Research Project: The Films of Andy Warhol”

  1. tom weinberg Says:

    It is critical for you to spend four or five hours–whatever it is–to watch a whole Warhol film. It’s fine and good to study and do research from others’ writings and criticism. But, the impact of Warhol has to be experienced the way he made them…long, tedious, relentless,* and significant for the times and styles that followed.

    *my own evaluations

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