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Film Theory   Suggest a Link
Leo Braudy (USC), Seminar in Genre Theory (2001) (course on genre in film and fiction)
Cinema Journal  (journal of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies)
Drive-Through Film Theory ("film semiotics 101") (Anatoly Antohin, U. Alaska, Fairbanks)
Eserver: Film and Television (links to online academic articles about film and television) (Iowa State)
Jah Sonic "Film Theory" 
Film Theory List ("This list is a forum for the discussion of the theory of film, cinema, video and related media in all their aspects: aesthetic, artistic, cultural, social, philosophical and political...") (The Spoon Collective)
Feminist Film Theory
Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies (journal)
Cynthia Freeland (U. Houston) "Feminist Film Theory" 
Linda Lopez McCalister (U. Maryland) Women's Studies Database: Film Reviews 
Anneke Smelik (U. Nijmegen, Netherlands) "Feminist Film Theory" 
The Movies, Race, and Ethnicity: African Americans (links to bibliographies, outside links to related sites, and articles with full-text available)
David N. Rodowick (King's College, London)
David Rodowick Homepage 
"Audiovisual Culture and Interdisciplinary Knowledge" (1995) 
David Rodowick "Dr. Strange Media or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Film Theory" (2002) (lecture)
Preface to The Difficulty of Difference: Psychoanalysis, Sexual Difference, and Film Theory (1991) 
Preface to The Crisis of Political Modernism: Criticism and Ideology in Contemporary Film Theory (2nd ed., 1994) 
David N. Rodowick (Cornell U.), Gilles Deleuze's Time-Machine (Chapter One) (1997) 
Screen ("the leading international academic journal in the field of film and television...")(John Logie Baird Centre (Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde / Oxford U.Press)
Sol Worth Page (Tobia Worth)

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