|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many of which are no longer maintained or weren't that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.
|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).|
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)
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.
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.
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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