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Ruth Barton. Irish National Cinema. Routledge. 2004. 214pp.

Ruth Barton; Harvey O'Brien (editor). Keeping it Real: Irish Film and Television. Wallflower Press. 2004. 210pp.

Terry Byrne. Power in the Eye: An Introduction to Contemporary Irish Film. Scarecrow Press. 1997. 231pp.

Arthur Flynn. The Story of Irish Film. Currach Press. 2005. 328pp.

Roderick Flynn; Pat Brereton. Historical Dictionary of Irish Cinema. Scarecrow Press. 2007. 384pp.

John Hill. Cinema and Northern Ireland: Film, Culture and Politics. British Film Institute. 2006. 269pp.

James MacKillop (editor). Contemporary Irish Cinema: From The Quiet Man to Dancing at Lughnasa. Syracuse University Press. 1999. 290pp.

Brian McIlroy (editor). Genre and Cinema: Ireland and Transnationalism. Taylor and Francis. 2007. 304pp.

Martin McLoone. Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema. British Film Institute. 2000. 234pp.

Robert Murphy (editor). Directors in British and Irish Cinema: A Reference Companion. British Film Institute. 2006. 644pp.

Harvey O'Brien. The Real Ireland: The Evolution of Ireland in Documentary Film. Manchester University Press. 2004. 352pp.

Maria Pramaggiore. Irish and African American Cinema: Identifying Others and Performing Identities, 1980-2000. SUNY Press. 2007. 245pp.

Kevin Rockett. Irish Film Censorship: A Cultural Journey from Silent Cinema to Internet Pornography. Four Courts Press. 2004. 496pp.

Anthony Slide. The Cinema and Ireland. McFarland. 1988. 136pp.

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