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Seán Allan; John Sandford (editor). DEFA: East German Cinema, 1946-1992. Berghahn Books. 1999. 328pp.

Antje Ascheid. Hitler's Heroines: Stardom and Womanhood in Nazi Cinema. Temple University Press. 2003. 274pp.

Tim Bergfelder. International Adventures: German Popular Cinema and European Co-Productions in the 1960s. Berghahn Books. 2005. 278pp.

Paul Coates. The Gorgon's Gaze: German Cinema, Expressionism, and the Image of Horror. Cambridge University Press. 1991. 287pp.

Thomas Elsaesser. New German Cinema: A History. Rutgers University Press. 1989. 430pp.

Heide Fehrenbach. Cinema in Democratizing Germany: Reconstructing National Identity After Hitler. University of North Carolina Press. 1995. 364pp.

James C. Franklin. New German Cinema: From Oberhausen to Hamburg. Twayne. 1983. 227pp.

Frances Guerin. A Culture of Light: Cinema and Technology in 1920s Germany. University of Minnesota Press. 2005. 314pp.

Sabine Hake. German National Cinema. Routledge. 2001. 240pp.

Sabine Hake. Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press. 2001. 272pp.

Richard C. Helt; Marie E. Helt. West German Cinema, 1985-1990: A Reference Handbook. Scarecrow Press. 1992. 259pp.

Lutz Peter Koepnick. The Dark Mirror: German Cinema Between Hitler and Hollywood. University of California Press. 2002. 322pp.

Susan Elizabeth Linville. Feminism, Film, Fascism: Women's Auto/Biographical Film in Postwar Germany. University of Texas Press. 1998. 196pp.

Marc Silberman. German Cinema: Texts in Context. Wayne State University Press. 1995. 322pp.

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