Subject guide for Film Studies

Key information

Use StarPlus to find online and print materials including books, journals and databases. DVDs are loanable and shelved in the Information Commons or Western Bank Library as appropriate.

 Use myResource Lists to find materials on your reading lists.
Film and audio resources
Box of Broadcasts -  streamable content recorded from UK television, including broadcasted films and documentaries.
Screenonline - History of British film and television from the BFI.
Prelinger Archives (via the Internet Archive) - online archive of "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films
News on Screen (BUFVC) - Newsreel archive from Learning on Screen
BFI InView - non fiction film and television titles from the British Film Institute

Britain on Film - selected archive of home movies, documentaries and television coverage from Britain

British Library Sounds - sound archive of the British Library including music, spoken word and human and natural environments
Free Music Archive - rights cleared music for use in audiovisual projects

Key Library Resources Key Websites (Free online Resources)

International index to film periodicals - Index of articles relating to film,
video and television.

British Film Institute

Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching (TRILT) - Index of Films and TV programmes for education available from Learning on Screen British Council - Film
ProQuest dissertations and theses American Film Institute
Web of Science (includes Arts & Humanities Citation Index) CineEurope
National Fairground & Circus Archive European Film Gateway
COPAC - union catalogue of UK university libraries European Cinema Online Database
Filmportal.de - German Cinema
MidnightEye - Japanese Cinema
ScreenSite

EThOS - British Library e-theses service

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