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    General Film Studies Resources

    • The Production Code of the Motion Picture Industry
      This website gives examples of how The Production Code prevented proposed stories and scenes from reaching American cinemas.
    • Yale Film Studies
      Yale Film Studies gives insights into the major divisions within cinema technique and film studies.
    • CineFiles
      CineFiles contains scanned images of reviews, press kits, festival and showcase program notes, newspaper articles, and other documents from the PFA Library's extensive collection covering world cinema, past and present.
    • How to Cite Media
    • New York Times Film Reviews
      Browse or search 28,000 New York Times movie reviews starting from 1960's to today.
    • Box Office Data
      This site gives you a list of thousands of titles specializing in information about production budgets, box office numbers, and much more!
    • IMDb
      Find everything you need to know on movies new and old with IMDb.

    Film Journals

    • Cinema Journal
      Cinema Journal is sponsored by the Society for Cinema and Media Studies and publishes essays on a wide variety of subjects from diverse methodological perspectives.
    • Cinephile
      Cinephile is a peer-reviewed journal edited by graduate students in the Film Studies program at the University of British Columbia.
    • Film Quarterly
      Film Quarterly publishes wide-ranging, well-crafted, incisive, and detailed writing for the thinking movie lover.
    • Screen
      Screen is the leading international journal of academic film and television studies.
    • Quarterly Review

    Books Available Through Universal Borrowing

    The following texts are not available at the Andersen Library. Visit the UW Request link below to search and borrow the following texts from other UW System libraries for free. 
    • The Analysis of Film by Raymond Bellour
    • Film Analysis: A Norton Reader by Rutsky, R. L., and Jeffery Geiger

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