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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- Warhol Stars
Biographies of Warhol superstars and information about Warhol as a filmmaker. The site is mostly a compilation of others' research; the sources page gives information on where to find the original texts.
- Warren Sonbert on the Web
Film critic Fred Camper's list of links to articles about experimental filmmaker Warren Sonbert, including critical essays, reminiscences by his close friends, photographs, and information on where to find his films. Many of these articles are from peer-reviewed journals.
Maintained by Jeff Wilson and Lawrence French, this regularly updated blog links to recent online articles about Welles. Also includes a bibliography.
- Werner Herzog (official site)
The filmmaker's official site. Features a bibliography, biographical information, press releases for recent films, and links to recent interviews. The complete filmography features a wealth of film stills.
- Who's Who of Victorian Cinema
Biographies of actors and directors, as well as rigorously researched articles about the technology, creation, and exhibition of early film. The sources page also functions as a comprehensive annotated bibliography of the topic. Created by Luke McKernan, a British film historian.
- World's First Television Recordings
A website devoted to the pre-history of television in Great Britain, featuring early experiments in television by John Logie Baird in 1926. Archived are some of the earliest known television recordings, including Baird's experiments with his Phonovision system and early BBC test recordings from the 1930s.