More books about film and cinema studies can be found using the Library's catalog
|1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
||REF PN 1998. A 16 2008
|Chronicle of the Cinema
||REF PN 1993.5 A 1 C 5 1995
|Complete Film Dictionary
||REF PN 1993.45 K 66 1997
|Encyclopedia of Early Cinema
||REF PN 1993.45 E 53 2005
||REF PN 1993.45 K 34 2001
|Film and Television: A Guide to the Reference Literature
||REF PN 1994. E 47 2006
|Films by Genre: 775 Categories, Styles, Trends, and Movements Defined
||REF PN 1998. L 63 1993
|Rough Guide to Film
||REF PN 1993.45 R 68 2007
Journal ArticlesAcademic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database contains articles on actors, directors, screenwriters,
film styles and genres, reviews, and much more.
International Index to the Performing Arts
Search through hundreds of performing arts journals and magazines for information
about film criticism, reviews, film styles and genres, and more.
JSTOR is an online archive of older journals and magazines and can be used to find
film criticism and other articles about the performing arts.
This database has a newspaper archive that goes back to the mid-1970s and is a great
source of movie reviews.
Project Muse is an online archive of humanities journals, and contains dozens of theater
and film criticism periodicals.
Web ResourcesFilm Site
Created by American Movie Classics, this site contains extensive plot summaries and
reviews of thousands of movies. There are also extensive histories of genre films,
top 100 lists, and more.
Guide to Web Resources in Film Studies
Created by librarians at Indiana University—Bloomington, this page contains links
to film clips, reviews, film history, and movie news.
Internet Movie Database (IMDB)
Use this resource to find cast lists, plot synopses and even film trivia and goofs.Internet Moving Images Archive: Movie Collection
This project, hosted by the Internet Archive, collects images and videos that document
the history of film.
Every week, the Chicago Sun Times publishes new movie reviews from renowned film critic
Roger Ebert. A free archive of older reviews is also available.
This is a unique site the collects and aggregates movie reviews from newspapers and
Who's Who of Victorian Cinema
This unique website, hosted and maintained by the British Film Institute, contains
extensive biographies for the pioneers of film, including Thomas Edison, Sarah Bernhardt,
and many more.