September 2011
Framework: The Journal of Cinema & Media;Fall2011, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p975
Academic Journal
A bibliography on the subject of the life and works of English filmmaker Peter Whitehead is presented which includes his novel "The Risen," his essay "End Shot," and the book "Peter Whitehead: Cinema, Musica, Rivoluzione," edited by Laura Bufoni and Cristina Piccino.


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