Pam Cook, ‘Portrait of a Lady: Sofia Coppola’, Sight and Sound 16 (11),
November 2006, pp. 36-40.
This article is available as a PDF. To download, click here.
(with thanks to the British Film Institute)
A useful discussion posted on Plagiarism Today on 8 November 2010 clarifies the issues at stake in the Cooks Source incident, including the differences between plagiarism and copyright violation:
On 3 November 2010, the new Hollywood Reporter featured an hour-long roundtable discussion between Oscar-hopefuls Nicole Kidman, Annette Bening, Hilary Swank, Amy Adams, Natalie Portman and Helena Bonham Carter.
Following the Internet storm that followed the publication of an article in Cooks Source magazine without permission, and the assertion by the magazine’s editor that the Internet is ‘public domain’, here is a detailed, informative and perceptive analysis of what happened from Kathy E. Gill’s Storify blog (with thanks to Cookierubyshoes):