Titanic

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Gallery 1

Official images:
film stills and posters
from titanicmovie.com

Gallery 2

Not-so-official
images from books
and magazines

Links

There are a lot of Titanic sites, many of which are no longer maintained or weren't that good in the first place. Here are some of the sites I recommend; more will be added as time and sanity allow.
Titanic Official site
American Cinematographer Very detailed, highly informative "making-of" articles, including the cinematography and digital effects.
All Things Titanic Entertainment Weekly Online's index of all EW items on Titanic, Leo, Kate, and the King of the World.
TitanicWeb Attractive and maintained, with Java and a virtual Titanic tour
Absolute All Information on Titanic Lots of information on the real ship
Are You Ready to go Back to Titanic? Overcrowded but interesting: videos and merchandise, downloads, movie script, passenger and crew lists, even get your tickets for Titanic II (the ship, that is).

Books at barnesandnoble.com

The Movie

James Cameron's Titanic (paperback, $16.00). "Making-of" book with lots of stills from the movie and production photos.

James Cameron's Titanic (hardcover, $35.00).

James Cameron's Titanic Poster Book (paperback, $12.00). Twelve posters from the movie.

Titanic and The Making of James Cameron: The Inside Story of the Three-Year Adventure That Rewrote Movie History (paperback, $11.96)

History

The Night Lives On: The Untold Stories & Secrets behind the Sinking of the Unsinkable Ship, by Walter Lord (paperback, $4.79). Titanic facts and trivia, by the author of "A Night to Remember."

Her Name, Titanic: The Untold Story of the Sinking and Finding of the Unsinkable Ship, by Dr. Charles Pellegrino (paperback, $5.20). By one of the researchers who discovered the wreck.

Titanic: Triumph and Tragedy, by John P. Eaton and Charles A. Haas (hardcover, $35.00). Comprehensive history of the ship's design, sinking, and the discovery and exploration of the wreck.

Survivor Stories and Source Documents

Titanic: Women & Children First, by Judith B. Geller (hardcover, $24.50). Personal interviews with survivors and relatives.

Titanic Voices: Memories from the Fateful Voyage (hardcover, $20.96) Interviews and stories of survivors.

Titanic Disaster: As Reported in the British National Press, April-July 1912, by David Bryceson (hardcover, $24.50). British press coverage from the first headlines to the end of the first inquiry.

Report on the Loss of the SS Titanic (hardcover, $13.96) Official British government report.

Cultural History

Down with the Old Canoe: A Cultural History of the Titanic Disaster, by Steven Biel (paperback, $10.40). How different groups have used the story of the Titanic to support their own ideological positions.

Titanic Legacy: Disaster as Media Event & Myth, by Steven Biel (hardcover, $39.95). Exploration of why "the century's first communal nightmare" still has such a hold on us.


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