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This database contains journals and books. All the articles and book chapters are indexed and searchable, both through descriptive keywords and in the full text. However, not all indexed articles are available in full text, but as we usually have a printed copy of the journals, you can request the printed journal from closed stacks.
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The database contains scanned journals on film, media, theatre and music (1880-2015). These include Variety, Screen International, Film Weekly, Picture Goer and Boxoffice and many more.
This collection consists of the four titles below.
Full text and references to articles and reviews in over 300 international film- and TV-journals. Most indexed articles not available in full text can be requested as printed journals from closed stacks.
The Treasures from the Film Archives is a database containing credits and holdings information about the silent-era film holdings of film archives from around the world.
The AFI Catalog covers the history of American cinema comprehensively from 1893 to 1975, with full or short records for films from 1976 to present. Every film produced on American soil or by American production companies is indexed from the birth of cinema to the present day. New records are created by the AFI editorial team and added each year.
Film Index International is produced in collaboration with the British Film Institute. Film Index International provides international coverage, indexing films from over 170 countries
Screenplays, critical, contextual and practical books on films and filmmaking from the late nineteenth century to the present (Bloomsbury and Faber Screenplays and Criticism), expert overview articles on key themes, and an interactive timeline of cinema history to enhance contextual understanding.
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This database is actually more of a digital encyclopedia, providing a good introduction to film and film theory-related terminology, as well as recommendations for further reading.
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Published 17 March 2021