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  • Transformative Works and Cultures   Peer Reviewed
    Published by the Organization for Transformative Works, Transformative Works and Cultures (TWC) is an international journal featuring articles about “transformative works,” broadly conceived; articles about media studies; and articles about the fan community.
  • Vertigo Magazine   Paid Subscription Required
    Though Vertigo's online versions of its print articles are available to subscribers only, all articles are catalogued by issue and a searchable index. Most articles from the monthly online issues are available in full for free.
  • Wide Screen   Peer Reviewed
    Wide Screen is a peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to the critical study of cinema from historical, theoretical, political, and aesthetic perspectives.
  • William K. Everson Collection at New York University  
    The William K. Everson collection features a growing number of downloadable film-related advertisements, including full reproductions of press kits. There is also a photo section, which contains portraits of film stars autographed to Everson.
  • WilsonWeb   Paid Subscription Required Peer Reviewed
    Search a wide range of popular and scholarly journals.
  • Women in Film & Television: A Bibliography   Peer Reviewed
    A list of books and journal articles about the representation of women in film and television. The material spans many different genres, eras, and topics. Includes links to other topical bibliographies on the UC Berkeley site, such as "Sex in the Movies" and "Hollywood Melodrama." The resources listed are available in the UC Berkeley library, but many of the books can be found elsewhere.
  • Women Make Movies  
    Women Make Movies is a distributor of independent films made by and about women.
  • WorldCat   Peer Reviewed
    WorldCat allows users to search the collection catalogs of 10,000 libraries by location. Type in a keyword and zip code to find the closest library that holds a specific item.