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General Internet Resources

In section 1.1 several sites are suggested for the student of Film and Literature. Here we list additional sites which will be of interest to students who may wish to exploit the massive amount of material that is now available.

  • The Internet Movie Database includes filmographies, plot summaries, year of release, production companies, reference literature, release dates, detailed technical data and Academy Award? information.
  • Film Bibliographies is a remarkable site at UC Berkeley that points to research sources on many major and minor filmmakers. You can link from here to a page that explains how to cite film and video sources when you write your essay.

Film Journals:

Film and Literature Resources