These are some of the materials that are useful for basic research in Film Studies
|Browse the shelves||Studying film on the Web|
|Articles & Databases||Film reviews|
|Citation Guides||Film Festivals|
|Dictionaries & Encyclopedia|
Library Catalogue – Find books at our Library.
The items you need will likely be found in the following area:
|PN 1993-1999:||Motion Pictures|
- Start with these databases:
Academic Search Premier: indexes journals and magazines from all subject areas, some full-text available.
JSTOR: The Scholarly Journal Archive: back issues of important scholarly journals. All full text.
- Individual Journals:
The following is a small sample of journals available in this field:Cineaste
Sight and Sound
Writing help – Booth University College guide
Fit to Print: the Canadian Student’s Guide to Essay Writing
LB 2369 B83 F588 2004
|Cambridge companion to Shakespeare on Film||PR 3093 C36 2007|
|Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory||PN 1993.45 C75 2001|
|Encyclopedia of Religion and Film||REF PN 1995.9 R4 E53 2011|
|Film Studies Dictionary||REF BF 31 C673 2004|
|Routledge Companion to Film History||PN 1994 R5735 2011|
|Rough Guide to Film||PN 1998.2 R66 2007|
|Short Guide to Writing about Film||PN 1995.9 C66|
|Canadian Film Encyclopedia||Online|
National Film Board of Canada
Explore the Online Screening Room. Watch hundreds of films free online – documentaries, animation and alternative dramas.
Moving Image Archive – includes full-length films, cartoons, concerts and news.
Film and Media Related Resources – Canada – Queen’s University
Film Studies and Related Programs at Colleges and Universities in Canada
Hot Docs Library
The Internet Movie Database
The British Film Institute
The Open Video Project: A Shared Digital Video Collection
Contains full text Canadian theses.