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General Film/Video Resources
All Movie Guide (movie database)
1001 bandes-annonces (page containing trailers, mainly of American and French films; French language site)
The Guardian Unlimited Film Page (film section of the online version of the British newspaper The Guardian)
Film Studies Resources (American Communications Association Studies Center)
The American Film Institute ("the nation's preeminent arts organization dedicated to advancing and preserving the art of the moving image. Since 1967, AFI has served as America's voice for film, television, video, and the digital arts, with innovative programs in education, training
Asian Americans in Film and TV- Bibliography and Videography (Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley)
Association of European Film and Media Journals ("This online index offers English abstracts of essays and articles recently published in eleven film journals all over Europe...")(Audio-Visual Euro-Net)
Black Film Center Archive ("repository of films and related materials by and about African Americans") (Indiana U.)
California Newsreel (non-profit documentary film and video production and distribution center with extensive "collections of African American video, African video, video on the workplace, and . . . media and society")
Chicanos/Latinos in Film and Television (bibliography) (Media Resource Center, UC Berkeley)
Cinema Sites (metapage) (David Augsburger)
CineWEB ("web service designed exclusively for film and video industry professionals"; includes "specialized databases for location scouting, crewing up, and more," also "trade magazines and journals online") (Dave Gardner)
Cyber Film School (site "dedicated to the process of making movies")
Film Articles/Papers (Sarah Zupko's Cultural Studies Center)
Film and Destroy ("presents, supports and encourages independent and experimental work by, for and about women") (Bridget Irish)
Film Bibliographies ("bibliographies on miscellaneous film topics and themes (e.g., food in the movies; disabilities in the movies; the movies, race and ethnicity; women in film and TV; and others)") (Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley)
Filmfestivals.com (offers links to festivals around the world and to film reviews, as well as to resources for film "professionals")
Film Philosophy Electronic Salon (web gateway to the list; includes archives, bibliographies, and links to online writings and auteur pages)
Film Studies (Daniel Chandler, U. Wales, Aberystwyth)
Frameline Home ("mission is to support, develop, and promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer visibility through media arts")
The Hollywood Reporter (daily trade paper for the entertainment industry)
Internet Movie Database 
Ireland Film and Television Network "gateway to the Irish film and television industry . . .Ireland's premier film information service . . . up-dated daily, providing information about all aspects of the audio-visual industry"
Kinema: A Journal of Film and Audiovisual Media (Jan Uhde, U. Waterloo, Ontario)
MediaRights ("nonprofit organization, helps media makers, educators, librarians, nonprofits, and activists use documentaries to encourage action and inspire dialogue on contemporary social issues")
Moviefone (movie theater schedules in select cities and neighborhoods; searchable; requires graphical browser) (MovieFone/AOL)
Movienet (theater showtimes, by city) (Goldwyn/Landmark Theatres)
National Center for Jewish Film (Brandeis U.)
New Review of Film and Television Studies 
OnVideo ("hot video news and information about home video and film, including cool sell-through titles, the latest non-theatrical releases, "B" films, promotions, collections, price reductions, special interest videos, made-for-video releases, music videos")
Premiere Magazine 
Real Movies (movie trailers, reviews, box office reports)
Rotten Tomatoes (movie reviews, previews, guides, and news)
Scary Women: Female Monsters & Fiends in American Film ("brings together renowned feminist film scholars to address the cultural, historical and social significance of women in horror films") (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
Screen Site ("ScreenSite facilitates the teaching and research of film/TV/new media and is designed principally for educators and students") (U. Alabama)
Screenwriters Online (Cinemedia)
Society for Cinema and Media Studies ("professional organization of college and university educators, filmmakers, historians, critics, scholars, and others devoted to the study of the moving image . . Film Studies, Cinema Studies, Media Studies, Visual Arts, Cultural Studies, Film and Media History, and Moving Image Studies")
Syllabi on the Web for Women- and Gender-Related Courses: Film (Joan Korenman, U. Maryland)
Women in Film & Television: Bibliography (Media Resource Center, UC Berkeley)
Women in Cinema: A Reference Guide (Philip F. McEldowney, U. Virginia)
Writers Guild of America 
Film History
Anna May Wong Homepage 
Arthurian Film and TV Listing (Kevin J. Harty, U. Rochester)
Audrey Hepburn: The Official Website 
Bernardo Bertolucci
Bertolucci Core ("biography, filmography, criticism, links") (Dept. of Italian, Vassar College)
Blade Runner Page: 2019 Off-World ("...a growing archive...with information unique to this site as well as links to other Internet resources.")(UnderWorld Industries)
Citizen Kane's Borrowings ("...For all the lavish praise heaped upon Citizen Kane for its originality, there are too many attributions to it that "scholars" have made that the film doesn't deserve. Herein is my list of techniques employed in "Citizen Kane" . . .) (David Hayes)
Dermatology in the Cinema ("As a dermatologist and a film buff, I've found a series of skin conditions featured in movies. . . ")
Early Motion Pictures from the Library of Congress, 1897-1916 
Ed Wood Home Page (Leisa Flynn)
Film-Historia ("FILM-HISTORIA Online is a tri-lingual (Spanish, English, and Catalan) journal dedicated to the study of the relationship between history and cinema studies modeled on the British journals Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television and Film and History.")
Film Noir  (filmsite.org)
Film Noir: A Pathfinder (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
François Truffaut Page (French)
Dan Georgakas, "Hollywood Blacklist" (informational article from Buhle, Buhle, and Georgakas, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Left, 1992) (Al Fireis, U. Penn)
Jean-Luc Godard
Cinema=Jean-Luc Godard=Cinema (filmography, essays, onterviews, and other resources) (Glen W. Norton)
Jean-Luc Godard Interview (excerpts by Henri Behar; "On the role of the filmmaker in a world where bombs exploding are a daily occurrence")
Alfred Hitchcock
"Alfred Hitchcock Scholars Meet Here: MacGuffin Webpage" ("an extension of our Alfred Hitchcock journal called 'The MacGuffin', which is indexed by the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) in Brussels, and by 'Film Literature Index', New York")
Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense (Patricio Lopez-Guzman)
Stanley Kubrick
2001: A Space Odyssey Internet Resource Archive (George DeMet)
Kubrick on the Web (Stanley Kubrick films: info and links) (Barry Krusch)
Kubrick Multimedia Film Guide (Patrick Larkin)
Akira Kurosawa
Akira Kurosawa's "Dreams" (Doug DeJulio)
Nobuji's Unofficial Akira Kurosawa Fan Page / Akira Kurosawa Database (offers a
Fritz Lang
Fritz Lang Biography (Jeffrey Scheuer)
Fritz Lang's Metropolis (Augusto Cesar B. Areal, Brazil)
The Magic Works of Ingmar Bergman (English/Swedish; links built around major areas of Biography, Career, Gallery, and News & FAQ)(V. Lesslar and S. Härdh)
Michelangelo Antonioni Page (filmography, bibliography, other resources) (James Brown, Flinders U., South Australia)
ModernTimes: Classic Film Pages (includes articles, images, audio clips, bibliography, links, etc.; sections on classic films, B-films, early Black Hollywood, screwball comedies, Edward G. Robinson, and Barbara Stanwyck) (Michael Mill
Orson Welles: The Man and His Genius 
Satyajit Ray
Satyajit Ray (includes biography and filmography, and much more) (S. K. Singh, Bombay)
Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities (rich, sophisticated introduction to "the various discourses, disciplines, media and institutions that have produced significant critical and theoretical positions and discussions concerning the Nazi Genocide of the Jews of Europe, 1933-45") (Robert Leventhal, U. Virginia)
Leni Riefenstahl
Internet Resources- Leni Riefenstahl (Bill Barrett, Webster U.)
Sergio Leone Home Page (Andrew Hyatt)
Silent Movies Page (Glen Pringle, Monash U.)
Silent Star of the Month (Glen Pringle, Monash U.)
Contemporary Film
Pedro Almodovar:
Almodovarlandia (links to resources about Almodovar; in English. German and Spanish) (Karl Erber)
David Cronenberg
David Cronenberg filmography and www resources (Kevin Bishop)
Film.com (Reviews, Film Festivals, Screening Room, movie news, and more)
Flicker Home Page: Alternative Film and Video (Scott Stark)
Peter Greenaway
Peter Greenaway: The Internet Version (Bruno Bollaert)
"Pillow Talk: Human Graffiti in Peter Greenaway's Sexy Film" (Richard Corliss, Time, July 7, 1997)
Mike Tanner "The Auteur, the Hype, His Aide, Her Skepticism" (May 1997) ("On tour in North America to promote his new film, The Pillow Book, director Peter Greenaway gave much Q&A time to his next film, which he says will be released as a movie, on CD-ROM, and over the Internet...") (Wired)
Hal Hartley
Hal Hartley Homepage
Homepage (Ethan Straffin)
Hong Kong Cinema
Electric Shadows Journal ("...a mailing list devoted to Asian Arthouse Movies...; links to discussions on a great many topics such as "Films," "Directors," "Group Reviews," and "Essays,")
The Martial Artist's Guide to Hong Kong Films 
The Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong) Film Top Ten Box Office Home Page 
Krzysztof Kieslowski and His Films (Zbigniew J. Pasek)
Notes on Luc Besson Films (Stuart Fernie)
David Lynch
Official David Lynch Site ("This is a membership and pay-per-series site. There are a number of experiences waiting for you if you choose to become a member . . .")
Hartmann, Mike The City of Absurdity: The Mysterious World of David Lynch Well designed site with a great depth of resources
Lynchnet: The David Lynch Resource
Articles and Interviews 
LynchNet: The David Lynch Resource- homepage 
Twin Peaks 
MGM/United Artists Lion's Den 
Miramax Films 
Christopher Nolan
Klein, Andy Everything you wanted to know about Memento (Salon.com)
Jonathan Nolan Memento Mori (Story that inspired the film Memento(Esquire Magazine)
Martin Scorsese
Travis 76: A Taxi Driver Page (nice tribute to Taxi Driver, includes information and visual images as well as commentary on the film)
ScreenSite ("ScreenSite facilitates the teaching and research of film/TV/new media and is designed principally for educators and students . . .first emerged in 1994 during the Paleolithic era of the Web. In 2003 we mounted a major renovation) (U. Alabama)
Robert Leventhal (U. Virginia) "Romancing the Holocaust: Spielberg's Schindler's List" (Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities)
Alan Stone (Boston Review), "Jane Campion's Piano" 
Quentin Tarantino
Wayne Wang
Wim Wenders
Visual Taste, Rediscovered (site with a great deal of information and commentary; Italian and German only) (Fabrizio Gabrielli)
Wim Wenders Official Site 
Film Theory
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)
Movie Studios, Film & Production Companies
MGM Studios 
Paramount Pictures 
Rhythm and Hues Studios ("an Academy AwardŽ winning film production studio specializing in visual effects for feature films, television commercials, theme park rides, music videos and interactive games...")
Twentieth Century Fox 
Universal Studios Florida 
Cannes Film Festival (official home page)
Filmfestivals.com (offers links to festivals around the world and to film reviews, as well as to resources for film "professionals")
Frameline Home ("mission is to support, develop, and promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer visibility through media arts")
Hollywood Black Film Festival ("festival aims to enhance the careers of emerging and established black filmmakers through a public exhibition and competition program")
The International Jamerican Film and Music Festival 
OutFest (Gay & Lesbian Film festivals)
Pan African Film & Arts Festival 
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 
Slamdance Film Festival 
Sundance Film Festival 
SXSW (South by Southwest) ("dedicated to building and delivering conference and festival events for entertainment and related media industry professionals"; produces internationally recognized SXSW Music and Media Conference & Festival, among others)
Telluride Film Festival 
TriBeCa Film Festival 
Urbanworld Film Festival 
Film Studies Depts. & Programs
Johns Hopkins U. Film and Media Studies Program 
New York Film Academy - Acting and Film School 
Dept. of Radio, Television, and Film, Northwestern U. 
U. California, Santa Barbara, Film Studies Dept. 
University of Barcelona Cinema Studies (home of Film-Historia Center for Cinematic Research)
USC School of Cinema-Television 

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