The Moving Image Source Research Guide is a gateway to the best online resources related to film, television, and digital media.
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- African Cinema and African Cinematic Representation: A Selected Bibliography/Videography
The resources listed are available in the UC-Berkeley library, but many of the books can be found elsewhere.
- African Cinema: A Biblio/Filmography
This site features a bibliography of materials held at Brown University.
- African Women in Cinema Project
This website provides research and resource guides for the study of African women filmmakers. It includes a filmography and bibliography, as well as a teaching and learning guide to the study of African women in cinema.
- Alfred Hitchcock Scholars Meet Here!
The online component to the MacGuffin Journal, edited by Ken Mogg. Lists a number of articles, resources, and primary sources on Hitchcock, mostly posted by the members of the group, who are scholars and regular contributors to MacGuffin.
- Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense
An Alfred Hitchcock website maintained by Patricio Lopez-Guzmán.
- Andrzej Wajda
An English-language official website, prepared in collaboration with the filmmaker, which includes quotations, biographical information, and a filmography. There is a long bibliography, but most of the articles are in Polish.
- Anthology's Essential Cinema list
A list of films from the Anthology Film Archives collection, which features large holdings in experimental film (especially American experimental film of the 1960s and 1970s). Browse by director or film title.
- Arthurian Film and TV listing
List of films regarding the Arthurian myths, with a bibliography for each individual film, and a short bibliography on the general theme of Arthurian cinema.
- Atari Museum
Archive of materials related to the video game company Atari, maintained by independent collector Curt Vendel with the cooperation of the company and its current and former employees.
- Baird: The Birth of Television
This site, edited by Richard G. Elen (former editor of Broadcast Sound and a writer on broadcasting history), features articles about inventor John Logie Baird and the early days of television.
- Bangladesh Film Archive
A filmography of the most important Bangladeshi films. No synopses or other information available.
- BFI Features: Black Cinema
The British Film Institute's hub for all BFI projects related to black cinema. The site includes teaching and study guides, lists of BFI-published books and DVDs, and links to articles on black cinema. Also included are the results of the 2007 UK poll on "The 100 Black Screen Icons." The BFI also publishes "Nu-Visions," a resource site for young filmmakers, which is aimed at a multicultural UK audience.
- BFI Features: Charlie Chaplin
A bibliography and filmography from the British Film Institute. Includes a guide to other resources.
- BFI Features: Fritz Lang
A resource full of Lang-related materials, including a complete filmography, a long interview with the director, and a list of resources published by the British Film Institute.
- Bibliographies on Notable Directors
Comprehensive bibliographies from the UC-Berkeley library on more than 200 directors.
- Bibliography on Psychiatry in the Movies
List of books and articles on the representation of psychiatry in cinema, from the University of Chicago department of psychiatry.
- Bibliothèque du Film (BiFi)
Search the collection catalog for filmmakers and films. Many catalog entries feature individual synopses and bibliographies. Particularly useful to researchers who speak French.
Bioscope features well-researched and indexed posts on a range of early and silent cinema topics as well as a calendar of current and upcoming festivals and conferences on silent cinema. The Bioscope Library compiles links to full-text downloads of books and journals, most published before 1920.
- Black Film Research Online
A database of online resources pertaining to the study of black cinema. Users can search for collections contained in archives, public libraries, and university libraries, as well as for more specific online content on black cinema festivals and retrospectives and online scholarly resources.
- Brian Frye on the Web
Film critic Fred Camper's list of links to articles about experimental filmmaker Brian Frye, including an extensive list of Frye's own writings on cinema. Many of these articles are from peer-reviewed journals.