- A. L. Rees, David Curtis, Duncan White, Stephen Ball (eds.), Expanded Cinema: Art, Performance and Film (London: Tate Publishing, 2011).
- Stan VanDerBeek, Culture-Intercom: A Proposal by Stan VanDerBeek (scans of 3 versions of VanDerBeek's manifesto). Available HERE.
- Gloria Sutton, 'Stan VanDerBeek's Movie-Drome: Networking the Subject' in Future Cinema: The Cinematic Imaginary After Film, ed. Jeffrey Shaw & Peter Weibel (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003). Available HERE.
- Victor Bockris and Gerard Malanga, Uptight: The Velevet Underground Story (London: Monibus Press, 2009).
- Malcolm Le Grice, Abstract Film and Beyond (London: Studio Vista, 1977).
- Erika Balsom, 'Live and direct: Cinema as a performing art' in Artforum International Volume 53, Issue 1, September 2014, pp 328-333.
- Selected film documentation of a perfromance of Malcolm Le Grice's Horror Film 1. Available HERE.
- Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable (Ronald Nameth, 1966, 13 mins). Available HERE.
- Filmaktion at the Tate Tanks: VIDEO
- Stan VanDerBeek's website (full of interesting material and links to his video works) HERE.
- Wendy Vogel on Stan Van Der Beek, from Pastelogram HERE
- Gregory Zinman's Handmadecinema website - a rich resource on handmade cinema practices, which includes a lot of overlap with live cinema and multimedia contexts: www.handmadecinema.com
- Aspen No.3: The Pop Art Issue HERE. Aspen was an elaborate subscription art magazine that usually arrived as a box full of various kinds of contents. This edition feature a vinyl record with music by John Cale (of The Velevet Underground), an article by Lou Reed, and a newspaper called The Plastic Exploding Inevitable
- Le Grice's Horror Film 1 recreated in Brisbane in 2010. HERE.