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Giorgio Bertellini. The Cinema of Italy. Wallflower Press. 2004. 271pp.

Peter E. Bondanella. Italian Cinema: From Neorealism to the Present. Continuum International Publishing Group. 2001. 546pp.

Giuliana Bruno; Maria Nadotti (editor). Off Screen: Women and Film in Italy. Taylor & Francis. 1988. 200pp. Conference papers, Italian and American Directions: Women's Film Theory and Practice, New York City, December 1984.

Bert Cardullo. What Is Neorealism? A Critical English-Language Bibliography of Italian Cinematic Neorealism. University Press of America. 1991. 158pp.

Barry Forshaw. Italian Cinema: Arthouse to Exploitation. Pocket Essentials. 2006. 160pp.

Piero Garofalo; Jacqueline Reich (editor). Re-Viewing Fascism: Italian Cinema, 1922-1943. Indiana University Press. 2002. 368pp.

William Hope (editor). Italian Cinema: New Directions. Peter Lang. 2005. 278pp.

Vernon Jarratt. The Italian Cinema. Arno Press. 1972. 115pp.

Mikel J. Koven. La Dolce Morte: Vernacular Cinema and the Italian Giallo Film. Scarecrow Press. 2006. 195pp.

Marcia Landy. Italian Film. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 434pp.

Marcia Landy. The Folklore of Consensus: Theatricality in the Italian Cinema, 1930-1943. SUNY Press. 1998. 352pp.

Pierre Leprohon. The Italian Cinema. Praeger. 1972. 256pp. Revised translation of Le cinéma italien, 1966.

Elaine Mancini. Struggles of the Italian Film Industry During Fascism, 1930-1935. UMI Research Press. 1985. 298pp.

Millicent Marcus. Italian Film in the Light of Neorealism. Princeton University Press. 1986. 443pp.

Millicent Marcus. Filmmaking by the Book: Italian Cinema and Literary Adaptation. JHU Press. 1992. 313pp.

Millicent Marcus. Italian Film in the Shadow of Auschwitz. University of Toronto Press. 2007. 187pp.

Geoffrey Nowell-Smith; James Hay; Gianni Volpi. The Companion to Italian Cinema. British Film Institute. 1996. 168pp.

Louis Paul; with Jess Franco; Antonella Fulci. Italian Horror Film Directors. McFarland. 2005. 370pp.

Angelo Restivo. The Cinema of Economic Miracles: Visuality and Modernization in the Italian Art Film. Duke University Press. 2002. 212pp.

Steven Ricci. Cinema and Fascism: Italian Film and Society, 1922-1943. University of California Press. 2008. 233pp.

Gian Luigi Rondi. Italian Cinema Today, 1952-1965. Hill and Wang. 1966. 279pp.

Laura E. Ruberto; Kristi M. Wilson (editor). Italian Neorealism and Global Cinema. Wayne State University Press. 2007. 344pp.

P. Adams Sitney. Vital Crises in Italian Cinema: Iconography, Stylistics, Politics. University of Texas Press. 1995. 239pp.

Jay Slater. Eaten Alive! Italian Cannibal and Zombie Movies. Plexus. 2002. 256pp.

Pierre Sorlin. Italian National Cinema, 1896-1996. Routledge. 1996. 202pp.

John Stewart. Italian Film: A Who's Who. McFarland. 1994. 812pp.

Carlo Testa. Italian Cinema and Modern European Literatures, 1945-2000. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 266pp.

Domietta Torlasco. The Time of the Crime: Phenomenology, Psychoanalysis, Italian Film. Stanford University Press. 2008. 134pp.

Angela Dalle Vacche. Diva: Defiance and Passion in Early Italian Cinema. University of Texas Press. 2008. 330pp.

Angela Dalle Vacche. The Body in the Mirror: Shapes of History in Italian Cinema. Princeton University Press. 1992. 306pp.

Christopher Wagstaff. Italian Neorealist Cinema: An Aesthetic Approach. University of Toronto Press. 2007. 504pp.

R. T. Witcombe. The New Italian Cinema: Studies in Dance and Despair. Oxford University Press. 1982. 294pp.

Mary P. Wood. Italian Cinema. Berg Publishers. 2005. 260pp.

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