Cinesonic : cinema and the sound of music / edited by Philip Brophy
North Ryde, N.S.W. St. Leonards, N.S.W.: Australian Film Television & Radio School Allen & Unwin, 2000.
Call No: 634 CIN Author: Brophy, Philip CorpAuthor: Australian Film, Television and Radio School Source: AT Place: North Ryde, N.S.W. St. Leonards, N.S.W. Publisher: Australian Film Television & Radio School Allen & Unwin PubDate: 2000 PhysDes: vii, 224 p. : ill. ; 21cm Subject: SOUND; AMERICAN INDIAN CINEMA; MUSIC IN FILMS; FILM NOIR; JAZZ IN FILMS; WESTERNS; DIALOGUE; NAZIS IN FILMS; PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS; LANG, FRITZ; WILLIAMS, HYPE; THOM, RANDY; MUSY, FRANCOIS; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; SHEA, DAVID; WELLES, ORSON; KWAIDAN (JA, Masaki Kobayashi, 1964); NOTTE DI SAN LORENZO, LA (IT, Paolo Taviani & Vittoria Taviani, 1982); APOCALYPSE NOW (US, Francis Ford Coppola, 1979); BLACK RIVER (AT, Kevin Lucas, 1991); MAN CALLED HORSE, A (US, Elliot Silverstein, 1970); HITLER - EIN FILM AUS DEUTSCHLAND (GW/UK/FR, Hans Jurgen Syberberg, 1977) Notes: Includes index; Bibliography ISBN: 1876351098 : $24.95; 1876351098; 1876351098 (Pbk); 1876351098 LON: 21470326 Contents: Part 1: Issues in sound design and film scores -- Designing a movie for sound: randy Thom in conversation -- Recording for Godard: Francois Musy in conversation -- Sampling the cinema: David Shea in conversation -- Part 2: Transmission from beyond the cinema -- The kinematic pneumacosm of Hype Williams: the rhythm of vision is a dancer / Kodwo Eshun -- My aisles of golden dreams: the beauty of supermarket music / Joseph Lanza -- Sonic darkness: notes towards an aesthetic of jazz in American film noiw / John Conomos -- Part 3: Encodings of orchestral statement -- Drums along the LA river: scoring the Indian / Claudia Gorbman -- The world heard: music, nature, film / Evan Eisenberg -- The original Ludwig van (and others): classical music as cultural marker / Roger Hillman - Part 4: Constructs of recorded sound -- Lang's sound / Adrian Martin -- Orson Welles' turn from live recording to postsynchronization: a technical and aesthetic evolution / Francois Thomas -- How sound floats on land: the suppression and release of folk and indigenous musics in the cinematic terrain / Philip Brophy More info
The good times [videorecording] : twenty five years of Australian hits
[Neutral Bay, N.S.W.]: Albert Productions, 1988.
Call No: V GOOD TIMES Edition: 1988 Source: AT Place: [Neutral Bay, N.S.W.] Publisher: Albert Productions PubDate: 1988 PhysDes: 1 videotape (VHS) (ca. 78 min.) : sd., col. ; 21 cm Subject: PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS. AUSTRALIA More info
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PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS. AUSTRALIA
Rocking around the clock : music television, postmodernism, and consumer culture / E. Ann Kaplan
New York: Methuen, 1987.
Video hits : art and music video / by Kathryn Weir and Nicholas Chambers
South Brisbane, Queensland: Queensland Art Gallery, 2004.
Call No: 751.83 CHA Author: Chambers, Nicholas; Weir, Kathryn Source: AT Place: South Brisbane, Queensland Publisher: Queensland Art Gallery PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 51 p. ; 18 cm Subject: EXHIBITION; EXHIBITION. AUSTRALIA; PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS; VIDEO ART Summary: "From cliche to mini revolution, music videos have a few minutes of music and images to make their mark. Over the last 30 years, promotional films for bands have developed into a very influential cultural form, affecting film, advertising and, more generally, the pace and rhythm of visual culture. Today, the exploratory edges of music video reveal many intersections between visual artists and commercial videodirectors. Video Hits: Art & Music Video brings together works by music video directors and visual artists, and offers an original and challenging framework for the MTV generation to engage with a form of popular culture that has defined a new aesthetic." BOOK JACKET Notes: Published in association with an exhibition of the same title held at Queensland Art Gallery, South Brisbane, 21 February - 14 June, 2004.; Includes bibliographical references. ISBN: 1876509856 Donation: Donated by Senses Of Cinema, 2009 Contents: -- videos p3 -- Jump cut: music video aesthetics by Kathryn Weir p37 -- 'Pictures came and broke your heart' by Nicholas Chambers p43 -- playlist p48 --credits p50 -- More info
I want my MTV : the uncensored story of the music video revolution / Marks, Craig
New York: Dutton, 2011.
Call No: 19 MTV MAR Author: Marks, Craig; Tannenbaum, Rob Place: New York Publisher: Dutton PubDate: 2011 PhysDes: 608 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: MUSIC TELEVISION; PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS; CABLE TV Summary: Presents the first decade of the MTV network, developing from a radical programming concept to a defining network for a generation and a force in the worlds of music, television, sports, fashion, and politic Notes: Includes index ISBN: 9780525952305 Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 PICTURES CAME AND BROKE YOUR HEART
"Video Killed The Radio Star" To "Thriller" 1981
1."It's the Greatest Thing in the World"
First Glimpses Of MTV
2."I Didn't Know How to Plug in a Light"
Music Videos (Only They Weren't Called That) In The 1970S
3."We Were Just Idiots in Hotel Rooms"
John Lack, Bob Pittman, And The Creation Of MTV
4."What's a VJ?"
How MTV Hired Its Hosts (Including A Case Of Mistaken Identity)
5."A Total, Unmitigated Disaster"
MTV Launches With The Buggles, Blotto, And Thirty Rod Stewart Videos
6."Girls Sliding on Poles"
The First Dirty Music Video
7."A Hail Mary Pass"
How $1 Saved MTV From Bankruptcy
8."Midgets, Models, and Trannies"
The First Visionaries And Victims Of The Music-Video Era
9."Pouting and Shoulder Pads"
Effeminate British Bands Spread Weird Haircuts Across The U.S.
10."Shut That Door!"
Office Sex And Power Struggles At MTV
Contents note continued: 11."They Figured Out a Whole New Persona"
How Three Gnarly Old Dudes Became Unlikely Video Stars
12."Girls Belong in Cages"
Metal Takes Over The Airwaves
13."That Racism Bullshit"
MTV's Aor Format Comes Under Fire
14."I'm Not Like Other Boys"
Michael Jackson Saves A Struggling Network From Itself
pt. 2 I PLAY MY PART AND YOU PLAY YOUR GAME
"Burning Up" To "Here I Go Again" 1983
15."The Two M's"
Madonna Touches MTV For The Very First Time
16."You Got Char-as-ma"
Prince, Bruce, Billy Idol, And The Gods Of 1984
17."He's Got a Metal Plate in His Head"
MTV And Van Halen Team Up To Nearly Kill A Super-Fan
18."Wannabe Cecil B. DeMilles"
-Budgets, Ideas, Hair
19."Why Don't I Just Take $50,000 and Light It on Fire?"
The Backlash Against MTV
20."Don't Be a Wanker All Your Life"
"Do They Know It's Christmas?," "We Are The World," And Live Aid
Contents note continued: 21."A Whopping, Steaming Turd"
The Worst Video Ever Made
22."A Wedding Dress with Nothing Underneath It"
-And Pops Out Of
-The Cake At The First Video Music Awards
23."No Cable Network Is Worth $500 Million"
MTV Gets New Owners; The Founding Team Trashes A Hotel, Then Heads For The Exit
24."Gacked to the Tits"
Twenty-Four Stories About Drugs
25."They Diss the Beatles"
Run-Dmc And The Beastie Boys Smuggle Rap Onto MTV
26."We Put Fincher on the Map"
Rick Springfield, Christopher Cross, And The Humble Beginnings Of A Genius
27."There I Am, with My Rack"
The Rise Of The Superdivas, Male And Female
28."The Legion of Decency"
Censoring Videos, For Fun And Profit
29."Hickory Dickory Dock, This Bitch Was..."
Backstage At The Video Music Awards
30."I'd Like to Thank My Cheekbones"
Jon Bon Jovi And Tawny Kitaen Take Hair Metal To The Top
pt. 3 WHERE DO WE GO NOW
Contents note continued: "With Or Without You" To "U Can't Touch This" 1987
31."The Island of Misfit Toys"
120 Minutes And The Rising Up/ Selling Out Of Alternative Rock
32."Martha Was Heartbroken"
MTV Finds A New, Mouthier Squad Of Vjs
33."A True Television Network"
The New Boss Orders Up A Riotous Show That Forever Changes The Network
34."That's What Hype Can Do to You"
Club MTV Launches The "Upskirt Shot" And A Pop Scandal
35."The First Time I Smelled Freebase"
MTV Parties Down At Spring Break
36."I Brought Snowballs to the Desert"
Sucking Up To MTV's Laddish New Power Broker
37."People in the Hood Rushed to Get Cable"
How Ted Demme Did, Didn't, Maybe Did, And Absolutely Did Create Yo! MTV Raps
38."We've Always Loved Guns N' Roses"
Chicks And A Snake, Headbangers Ball, And The Return Of Hard Rock
39."Those Harem Pants Came Out of Nowhere"
Rap Busts A Move Into The MTV Mainstream
Contents note continued: Michael Bay, Cher, And All 9:08 Of "November Rain"
41."I Want to Have a Nickname"
How MTV Helped Michael Jackson Elect Himself "The King Of Pop"
pt. 4 NOTHING LASTS FOREVER, AND WE BOTH KNOW HEARTS CAN CHANGE
"Justify My Love" To "Jeremy" 1990
Superstars And One-Hit Wonders Stage A Dance-Off In Your Living Room
43."Your Manager's an Asshole"
Fistfights And Pyro Farts: War Breaks Out At The Moscow Peace Festival
An Acoustic Music Show Morphs Into A Worldwide Megabrand
45."Silly, Superficial, and Wonderful"
Cindy Crawford And Jon Stewart Bring Beauty And Laughs To MTV
46."Tired of Cheap Sex Songs"
R.E.M., U2, And Van Halen (!) Elevate The Art Form In The Nineties
47."A Monkey Could Do It"
Pauly Shore And The Third Generation Of Vjs
48."A Pep Rally Gone Wrong"
"Smells Like Teen Spirit," Grunge, And The Hair Metal Apocalypse
Contents note continued: 49."You're No Better Than a Rabbit!"
Fearless Twenty Somethings Shape A Presidential Election
50."Getting Out of the Music Business"
This Is The True Story ... Of What Happened When The Real World ... Took Over MTV ... And Made Music Videos ... Obsolete
51."Let's Get Crazy Tonight"
Tears, Tequila, And Broken Glass: MTV Vips Celebrate The First Decade
The Bubble Bursts On Music Videos' Golden Era
53."You Have No Idea How I Miss It"
Fans, Stars, Staff, And Detractors Reflect On The Video Age. More info
Watching television : a Pantheon guide to popular culture / Todd Gitlin, editor
New York: Pantheon Books, 1986.
The way to go out [videorecording] / Hunters and Collectors
Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Mushroom Records, 1985.
Call No: V WAY WE GO OUT Edition: 1985 Source: AT Place: Crows Nest, N.S.W. Publisher: Mushroom Records PubDate: 1985 PhysDes: 1 videotape (VHS) (ca. 57 min.) : sd., col. ; 21 cm Subject: PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS. AUSTRALIA Contents: Film clips: Talking To A Stranger; Lumps Of Lead; Judas Sheep.
Live at The Venue, St Kilda, August 1984: Way To Go Out ; The Slab; Throw Your Arms Around Me; I Couldn't Give It To You; Chalkie; The Unbeliever; Carry Me; I Believe. ID2: 258 Technical Details: PAL Also Titled: Hunters and Collectors: The way to go out Performer: Hunters and Collectors More info