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General Film Studies Resources
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 Film, Video, and Online Media
This information is for MLA 7th edition. The current edition is the 8th.
Find everything you need to know on movies new and old with IMDb.
New York Times: Movie Reviews
Browse or search 28,000 New York Times movie reviews starting from 1960's to today.
The Numbers: Where Data and the Movie Business Meet: Movie Index
This site gives you a list of thousands of titles specializing in information about production budgets, box office numbers, and much more!
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.
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.
Access article from 1966-4 years ago through JSTOR and article from 1996-1 year ago through Art Source (EbscoHost)
Cinephile is a peer-reviewed journal edited by graduate students in the Film Studies program at the University of British Columbia.
Great film studies journal
Film Quarterly publishes wide-ranging, well-crafted, incisive, and detailed writing for the thinking movie lover.
Access articles from 1958-4 years ago through JSTOR
Quarterly Review of Film and Video
Recent article available through this open access journal
Screen is the leading international journal of academic film and television studies.
Books Available at the Andersen Library
Use the below Research@UWW link to find additional books, media, and more at Andersen Library.
Books Available Through UW Request
The following texts are not available at the Andersen Library. Visit the Research@UWW link below to search for and borrow the following texts and more for free from other UW libraries using UW Request.
- The Analysis of Film by Raymond Bellour
- Film Analysis: A Norton Reader by Rutsky, R. L., and Jeffery Geiger
Campus Film Studies Resources
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