Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Gangs of New York (USA/Italy: Martin Scorsese, 2002)

Gangs of New York (USA/Italy: Martin Scorsese, 2002: 167 mins)

Adams, Sam. "Martin Scorsese and the Male Gaze." Indiewire (February 12, 2014)

Baker, Aaron, et al. City That Never Sleeps: New York and the Filmic Imagination.

Burgoyne, Robert. "Homeland or Promised Land?: The Ethnic Construction of Nation in Gangs of New York." Film Nation: Hollywood Looks at U.S. History Revised Edition. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010: 143-163. [BCTC Library: PN1995.9 H5 B87 2010]

Ebert, Roger. "Gangs of New York." Chicago Sun-Times (December 20, 2002)

Giroux, Jack. "25 Things We Learned From Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York." Film Rejects (December 19, 2013)

Holloway, Jonathan. "Lecture 2 - Dawn of Freedom." AFAM 162: AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY: FROM EMANCIPATION TO THE PRESENT (Yale Open Courses: Spring 2010) ["In this lecture Professor Holloway discusses the "the labor and racial tensions that led to the New York City draft riots and their aftermath."]

Hynes, Eric. "The Spectacle of Fearsome Acts: The Gangs of New York." Reverse Shot (October 17, 2014)

 Juan, Eric San. "The Films of Martin Scorsese: Gangsters, Greed, and Guilt (ROWMAN AND LITTLEFIELD 2020)." New Books in Film (October 20, 2020) ["Few mainstream filmmakers have as pronounced a disregard for the supposed rules of filmmaking as Martin Scorsese. His inventiveness displays a reaction against the “right” way to make a movie, frequently eschewing traditional cinematic language in favor of something flashy, unexpected and contrary to the way “proper” films are done. Yet despite this, he’s become one of the most influential directors of the last fifty years, a critical darling (though rarely a box office titan), and a fan favorite. In this book, Eric San Juan guides readers through the crooks, the mobsters, the loners, the moguls, and the nobodies of Scorsese's 26-movie filmography. The Films of Martin Scorsese: Gangsters, Greed, and Guilt (Rowman and Littlefield, 2020) examines the techniques that have made him one of the most innovative directors in history. The book further looks at the themes that are the engine driving all of this, including themes of self-sabotage, alienation, faith, and guilt. Eric San Juan has written a number of books, including one on Akira Kurosawa and co-authored two books on the films of Alfred Hitchcock."]

Koresky, Michael and Jeff Reichert. "Martin Scorsese: He Is Cinema." Reverse Shot (September 17, 2014)

Kuersten, Erich. "The Primal Father (CinemArchetypes #8)." Acidemic (March 19, 2012)

Matties, Sean. "Gangs and Citizens: A Review of Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York." Ashbrook (January 2003)

Raymond, Marc. "Great Directors: Martin Scorsese." Senses of Cinema #20 (May 2002)

Schickel, Richard and Martin Scorsese. Conversations with Scorsese. Alfred A. Knopf, 2011.

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