Sergei Eisenstein bibliography

A list of books and essays by or about Sergei Eisenstein:

  • Eisenstein, Sergei (1947). The Film Sense. Harcourt, Brace. ISBN . 
  • Eisenstein, Sergei (1974). Eisenstein: three films. Harper & Row. ISBN . 
  • Eisenstein, Sergei (1 January 1995). Beyond the Stars: The Memoirs of Sergei Eisenstein. Seagull Books. ISBN . 
  • Eisenstein, Sergei (1977). Film form: essays in film theory. Harcourt, Brace. ISBN . 
  • Eisenstein, Sergei; Taylor, Richard; Institute, British Film (December 1998). The Eisenstein reader. British Film Institute. ISBN . 
  • Goodwin, James (1 January 1993). Eisenstein, Cinema, and History. University of Illinois Press. p. 235. ISBN . 
  • LaValley, Albert J.; Scherr, Barry P. (2001). Eisenstein at 100: A Reconsideration. Rutgers University Press. ISBN . 
  • Moussinac, Léon (1970). Sergei Eisenstein. Crown Publishers. 
  • Nesbet, Anne (15 June 2007). Savage Junctures: Sergei Eisenstein and the Shape of Thinking. I. B. Tauris. ISBN . 
  • O'Mahony, Mike (22 July 2008). Sergei Eisenstein. Reaktion Books. ISBN . 
  • Passfield, John (21 September 2011). Death Day: The Apology of Sergei Eisenstein. AuthorHouse. ISBN . 
  • Salazkina, Masha (1 August 2009). In Excess: Sergei Eisenstein's Mexico. University of Chicago Press. ISBN . 
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