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Original Technical Papers and Primary Sources

Carl, K.J.; Erwin, J.W.; Powell, S.J.; Reinking, F.R.; Sehlin, R.C.; Spakowsky, S.W.; Szafranski, W.A.; Wien, R.W. (1982): Eastman Color Print Film 5384. In: Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, 91, Dec. 1982, pp. 1161–1170. Download PDF

Powell, Steven J.; Didier, C.; Gagny, B.; Carl, K.J.; Erwin, J.W.; Halman, I.A. (1984): Eastman Color LC Print Film 5380/7380. In: Journal of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, 93,3, pp. 228–234. View Quote

Selected Analyses

The Age of Innocence (USA 1993, Martin Scorsese):
Bellantoni, Patti (2005): If It’s Purple, Someone’s Gonna Die. The Power of Color in Visual Storytelling. Taylor & Francis, on pp. 33–36. View Quote

Cook, Pam (1994): The Age of Innocence. In: Ginette Vincendeau (ed.): Film – Literature – Heritage. London: BFI, pp. 161–164, on pp. 162–163. View Quote


 

Aliens (USA, GBR 1986, James Cameron):
D’Adamo, Amedeo (2018): Empathetic Space on Screen. Constructing Powerful Place and Setting. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, on pp. 65–66. View Quote


 

Batman (USA 1989, Tim Burton):
Ford, Larry (1994): Sunshine and Shadow. Lighting and Color in the Depiction of Cities in Film. In: Stuart C. Aitken and Leo E. Zonn (eds.): Place, Power, Situation, and Spectacle. A Geography of Film. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, pp. 119–136, on p. 132. View Quote


 

Blade Runner (USA 1982, Ridley Scott):
Bellantoni, Patti (2005): If It’s Purple, Someone’s Gonna Die. The Power of Color in Visual Storytelling. Taylor & Francis, on pp. 141–146. View Quote

Bruno, Giuliana (2002): Ramble City. Postmoderne und Blade Runner. In: Die Postmoderne im Kino. Ein Reader. Marburg: Schüren, pp. 65–79. (in German)

Carmichael, Jae (1982): Lighting and Production Design. In: American Cinematographer, 63,11, pp. 1156–1161, on p. 1157. View Quote

Dryer, David (1982): Blade Runner. Special Photographic Effects. In: American Cinematographer, 63,7, pp. 692–693, 725–732, on pp. 692–693. View Quote

Lightman, Herb A.; Patterson, Richard (1982): Blade Runner. Production Design and Photography. In: American Cinematographer, 63,7, pp. 684–687, 715–725, on pp. 720–723. View Quote


 

Dick Tracy (USA 1990, Warren Beatty):
Bellantoni, Patti (2005): If It’s Purple, Someone’s Gonna Die. The Power of Color in Visual Storytelling. Taylor & Francis, on pp. 59–61. View Quote

Ford, Larry (1994): Sunshine and Shadow. Lighting and Color in the Depiction of Cities in Film. In: Stuart C. Aitken and Leo E. Zonn (eds.): Place, Power, Situation, and Spectacle. A Geography of Film. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, pp. 119–136, on p. 132. View Quote

Heuring, David (1991): Cinematography. Awards Nominees Feted. In: American Cinematographer, 72,5, pp. 52, 56, on p. 56. View Quote

Magid, Ron (1990): Comic Book World Springs to Live for Dick Tracy. In: American Cinematographer, 71,12, pp. 80–87, on pp. 81–83 View Quote and on p. 86. View Quote


 

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (GBR 1989, Peter Greenaway):
Bruzzi, Stella (2012): Cinema and Haute Couture. Sabrina to Pretty Woman, Trop Belle Pour Toi!, Prêt-à-Porter. In: Undressing Cinema. Clothing and Identity in the Movies. Routledge, on pp. 9–10. View Quote


 

Out of Africa (USA 1985, Sydney Pollack):
Hachem, Samir (1986): Lights, Camera, Emulsions for Out of Africa. In: American Cinematographer, 67,2, pp. 66–72, on pp. 67–72. View Quote

Turner, George (1986): Out of Africa. David Watkin. In: American Cinematographer, 67,4, pp. 84–86, on pp. 85–86. View Quote


 

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (USA 1991, Nicholas Meyer):
Magid, Ron (1992): Star Trek VI. The Undiscovered Country. Narita Leads Enterprise Camera Crew. In: American Cinematographer, 73,1, pp. 42–50, on pp. 44–46. View Quote

Magid, Ron (1992): Star Trek VI. The Undiscovered Country. Specialized Departments Add Artistic Touches. In: American Cinematographer, 73,1, pp. 66–75, on pp. 66–69 View Quote and on pp. 69–71. View Quote