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Publications

These papers were delivered live to an audience and relate to illustrated powerpoints.
Readers should feel free to use and quote from these papers but we would ask that they clearly acknowledge the source.


Andrew Spicer: The Creative Producer - The Michael Klinger Papers;
Paper given at the Faculty of Television Production and Film Studies at Lillehammer University College, Norway, 31 January 2011
 
Andrew Spicer - University of the West of England: The Creative Producer -The Michael Klinger Papers
Paper Given at the University of Stirling Conference, Archives and Auteurs - Filmmakers and their Archives, 2 - 4 September 2009
Powerpoint presentation that accompanied this paper
 
Andrew Spicer - University of the West of England: Why Study Producers?
Paper given by Andrew Spicer at the Dept. of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, University of Aberystwyth, 2 November 2011
Powerpoint presentation that accompanied this paper
 
Andrew Spicer - University of the West of England:'The Producer in the 1970s: Michael Klinger’
Paper Given at the Centre for Cinema and Television History, De Montfort University, 17 November 2010
Powerpoint presentation that accompanied this paper
 
Andrew Spicer - University of the West of England:Secret Histories and the Dirty War: The 1970s’ Second World War Film
Powerpoint presentation that accompanied this paper
 
Andrew Spicer - University of the West of England: Understanding the Independent Film Producer: Michael Klinger and New Film History
Paper given at the Researching Cinema History, symposium, Geological Society, London, 6-7 July 2009.
 
Andrew Spicer - University of the West of England: ‘Producing the Goods: Michael Klinger, Britain’s Forgotten Jewish Mogul’
Paper Given at Davar (The Jewish Institute in Bristol and the South West), Gloucester Road, Bristol, 8 March 2011
Powerpoint presentation that accompanied this paper

These publications are copyrighted to the respective journals or collections to which they were submitted:

Andrew Spicer:
‘An Impossible Task? Scripting The Chilian Club’
, in Jill Nelmes (ed.), Analysing the Screenplay, Routledge, 2010.

‘The Precariousness of Production: Michael Klinger and the Role of the Film Producer in the British Film Industry during the 1970s’, in Laurel Forster and Sue Harper (eds) British Culture and Society in the 1970s: the Lost Decade, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010.

‘Creativity and Commerce: Michael Klinger and New Film History’, New Review of Film and Television Studies, vol.8, no.3, September 2010.

‘Good Business? Jewish Entrepreneurs in the British Film Industry’, in Studies in European Cinema vol.10, no.1 Special Issue: ‘Jews in/and British Cinema, ed. Nathan Abrams; forthcoming, 2012

‘Understanding the “Producer-Artist”: An Alternative Model for Investigation and Analysis’, in Petr Szczepanik and Patrick Vonderau (eds), Behind the Screen; European Contributions to Production Studies, Palgrave/Macmillan, forthcoming, 2013

Anthony McKenna:
‘Making an Independent Producer: Michael Klinger, Baby Love, and a Reputation Network’ Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, forthcoming, 2012

‘Who Would Go To The Butterfly Ball?’ Journal of British Cinema and Television, forthcoming, 2012

‘Gaps and Gold in the Klinger Archive’, Journal of British Cinema and Television (Special Issue: ‘The Producer’) forthcoming, 2012


Andrew Spicer and Anthony McKenna: (eds) 'Journal of British Cinema and Television' (Special Issue: ‘The: Producer’) forthcoming, 2012

Andrew Spicer and Anthony McKenna: The Man Who Got Carter: Michael Klinger, Independent Production and the British Film Industry, 1960-1980, I.B. Tauris, forthcoming, 2013

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