Curated Collection

“When I started in a little shop in 1916, I didn’t foresee what would happen in the years that passed. But Dallas has now come to be the third film production center in the United States after New York and Hollywood. And the prospect is that it will keep on increasing.” -Hugh V. Jamieson, founder of the Jamieson Film Company, Interview at KERA, circa 1970



Adams-Wade, Norma. “Ken Harrison: Getting Off on the Right Foote – ‘1918’ Director Learns Collaboration with Oscar-winning Screenwriter.” Dallas Morning News.  April 9, 1985. Print.
Adams-Wade, Norma. “PAST STAR SHINES ANEW; Black actor's leading role as Dallas filmmaker praised.” Dallas Morning News. January 4, 1996. Print.
“Bob Jessup.” IMDb: Internet Movie Database. URL: 
Buchanan, James R. “A Look at the Texas Film Industry.” Texas Business Review 46 (January 1972): 1-8. Print.
Camp, Joe. Who Needs Hollywood: the Amazing Story of a Small Time Filmmaker Who Writes the Screenplay, Raises the Production Budget, Directs, and Distributes the #3 Movie of the Year.  Lavergne, TN: 14 Hands Press, 2010. Print.
“Carrie Kohlmeier Receives 2009 Gordon Yoder Award.” National Press Photographers Association. February 16, 2009. URL: 
Coleman, L.F. “Filmmaking in the lone star state.” American Cinematographer 54 (1973): 1282-1335. Print. 
“Film Plant Slated for Dallas Firm.” Dallas Morning News. May 22, 1970. Print.
Finklea, Robert. “Film: The New Way to Tell Your Corporate Story.” November 1976.
Finklea, Robert. “The Next Picture Show.” November 1976.
“Hope Yvonne Peters.” Dallas Morning News. December 7, 2010. URL: 
Horak, Jan-Christopher. “A neglected genre: James Sibley Watson’s avant-garde industrial films. Film History 20 (2008): 35-48. Print.
“Jack Whitman, Jr.” IMDb: Internet Movie Database. URL: 
Jamieson, Bruce. Interviewed by John Slate. 
Jamieson, Bruce. Interviewed by Bob Porter. February 23, 2000. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, TX.
“Larry N. Stouffer - Biography” IMDb: Internet Movie Database. URL: 
“Meisel Sells Jamieson Co.” Dallas Morning News. June 12, 1973. Print.
“Smith Picks Commission for Films” Dallas Morning News. June 25, 1971. Print.
“Stacy Brownrigg.”  IMDb: Internet Movie Database. URL: 
Sumner, Jane. “Texas shoot for True Women' starts.” Dallas Morning News. October 4, 1996. Print. 
“Texas TV Show to be Marketed.” Dallas Morning News.  November 2, 2011. Print.
Witmer, Jon D.  “In Memoriam: Robert C. Jessup, ASC, 1930 -2008.” American Cinematographer 90 (2009): 92. Print.
Many thanks to Johnny Beasley, Daniel Redd, John Slate, Joe Camp, Stacy Brownrigg, Mark Carlton, Daniel Redd, Steve Hall