F4F Writing includes journal articles and books about filmmaking for research purposes or within research settings as well as our methods and reflections on F4F film projects, such as Black Snow (2017), British Born Chinese (2015), Horror in the Andes (2019) and Half Elf (2020). Publications listed here, focus on aspects of filmmaking theory and craft which currently include, ethics (Barabantseva and Lawrence, 2015), filming memory (Dietrich and Ulfe, 2018 & Dietrich 2020) and working with archives (Linstead and Lawrence, in press), written from different disciplinary perspectives such as organisation studies, politics, anthropology and history. William Callahan’s book Sensible Politics (Oxford University Press) is essential reading for anyone with an interest in an audio-visual approach to international relations and we are pleased to be able to offer a discount code to F4Fers who wish to purchase the book directly from the publisher. Last but not least, we are excited to announce the publication of Andy Lawrence’s Filmmaking for Fieldwork: a practical handbook (Manchester University Press) for researchers and students across the disciplines.