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Elliott, Paul (2017) “Art Will Not Disappear Into Nothing; It Will Disappear Into Everything“: The Black Audio Film Collective and Latin America. In: British Avant-Garde Cinema. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Submitted)

Elliott, Paul (2017) Through Class Darkly: Class in the British TV Noir. In: Social Class and Television Drama in Contemporary Britain. Palgrave. (Submitted)

Elliott, Paul (2014) The British War Film. In: Directory of World Cinema: Britain 2. Intellect Press, Bristol, pp. 174-192. ISBN 978-1783203970, 1783203978

Elliott, Paul (2014) The Iron Lady and The Working Girl – Representations of the Prostitute in 1980s British Cinema. In: Women and the Media: Feminism and Femininity in Britain, 1900 to the Present. Routledge, London. ISBN Print: 9780415660365

Elliott, Paul (2013) “Now I’m The Monster”: Remembering, Repeating and Working Through in Dead Man’s Shoes and TwentyFourSeven. In: Shane Meadows: Critical Essays. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 83-94. ISBN Hardback: 9780748676392 Ebook: 9780748676408

Elliott, Paul A Hint of the Lavender - The Gay Gangster in British Crime Cinema. In: A Companion to the Gangster Film. Wiley Blackwell, New York. (Submitted)

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Elliott, Paul (2014) Studying the British Crime Film. Auteur Press, Leighton Buzzard. ISBN 978-1906733742

Elliott, Paul (2012) Guattari Reframed. Contemporary Thinkers Reframed . I.B Tauris, London. ISBN 178076233X

Elliott, Paul (2011) Hitchcock and the Cinema of Sensations. International Library of Visual Culture . IB Tauris, UK. ISBN 1848855877

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