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Film Studies   Tags: film_review, film_studies, movie_review  

This guide will help you locate resources on film and the cinema, as well as film reviews and criticism, from a variety of popular and scholarly sources.
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FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals

This database is the first place you should look for hard-to-find film reviews, criticism, and other film-related scholarly articles.

Government Information/Film Studies Librarian

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New DVDs

The Government Information and Media Services Department on the main floor (4th floor) of the Central Library has a huge collection of DVDs for you to check out and view at home. Some DVDs are on reserve for courses but a large number of films are free and ready for you to take out and watch. We have an always-expanding variety of films to choose from, from old classics to recent hits, as well as a growing collection of cable TV shows like Breaking Bad, True Blood, and Mad Men.

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Argo - Ben Affleck (dir.)
Call Number: DVD 4859
Publication Date: 2012

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Silver linings playbook - David O. Russell (dir.)
Call Number: DVD 5159
Publication Date: 2013


New York Times Movie Section

The New York Times is one of the main sources of film reviews, news, and commentary -- both current and historical.

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National Public Radio coverage of films and the film industry.

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Cinema Blogs

There are numerous well-written and constantly-updated blogs by movie buffs and cinephiles on the web. Here are some:

Green Cine Daily

Lance Mannion

Some Came Running

Self-Styled Siren




Guide Credit

This guide contains some content that was originally written and designed by Deborah Lilton, formerly Film Studies Subject Specialist, and currently African-American Studies, English, and Theatre Subject Specialist.


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