Screen Studies Collection
- On-campus link to Screen Studies Collection - no password required
- Off-campus link to Screen Studies Collection - University username and password required
Institutional login required to access this resource via a search engine when off-campus
Film and television. Search simultaneously across the following databases:
- FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals Database - Gives references to journal articles and access to the full-text of several journals. Also includes information about holdings of silent films in international film archives, and a directory of film and tv collections held by institutions worldwide.
- Film Index International (FII) – International index of films from the first silent movies to the latest blockbusters. Gives biographical information for almost 57,000 personalities. Also includes coverage of international film awards and prizes as well as searchable plot summaries and full cast and crew lists. References to published reviews and articles about individual films are also included within the records.
- AFI Catalog - The American Film Institute's catalogue is a comprehensive filmography of American films from 1893 to 1974, with records for selected major films from 1975-2008. New records are added each year by the AFI’s editorial team. Useful for identifying sources and reviews.
Help & guidance
- Guide to using FIAF
- Guide to using Film Index International
- Guide to using the American Film Institute Catalogue
- Contact your subject liaison librarian for additional advice on using this resource
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