Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive


1 Marion, L. (2022, March 4). Personal communication [phone]. 

2 Ming, CK (2018). The South Side Home Movie Project: Re-Imagining Black Chicago. Black Camera, 10(1), 295–304.

3 Odin, R., & Hediger, V. (2022). The space of communication and migration: The example of the home movie. In Spaces of Communication: Elements of Semio-Pragmatics (pp. 123–140). Amsterdam University Press.

4 Chalfen, R. (1986). The Home Movie in a World of Reports: An Anthropological Appreciation. Journal of Film and Video, 38(3/4), 102–110.

5 Zimmermann, P. R. (1995). Do it yourself 1950-1962. In Reel families: A social history of amateur film (pp. 112–142). Indiana University Bloomington

6 Szczelkun, S. (2000). The Value of Home Movies. Oral History, 28(2), 94–98.

7 Zimmermann, P. R. (1988). Hollywood, home movies, and common sense: Amateur film as aesthetic dissemination and social control, 1950-1962. Cinema Journal, 27(4), 23–44.

8 Mees, C. E. K. (May 1935), “Presenting Kodachrome,” Movie Makers, 197, 220–21. 

9 Roberts, S. (2016). Come from away: The road trip as colonial and decolonial practice. Decolonizing Conference (CIARS:2016).

10 Seiler, C. (2008). Republic of drivers : A cultural history of automobility in America. University of Chicago Press.

11 Eastman Kodak Company. (1958). How to make good home movies: A harvest of ideas for shooting wonderful color films with any kind of home movie camera. Rochester, N.Y.: Eastman Kodak Co.; distributed in association with Random House, New York.

12 Camper, F. (1986). Some notes on the home movie. Journal of Film and Video, 38(3/4), 9–14.