Research

Categories in Genres

  • 10 Shades of Noir  
    Brief synopses and background information on 10 important noir films, written by scholars and other contributors to Images (a film journal meant for a popular audience). A good source of basic and reliable information on the genre.
  • 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.
  • Austrian Independent Film and Video Database  
    A vast database of independent and avant-garde Austrian films. Search or browse by title or filmmaker. For each film there is a synopsis, cast and crew lists, a still image, and information on exhibition and distribution. Also includes detailed director biographies and filmographies. In English and German.
  • Bad Lit: The Journal of Underground Film  
    Bad Lit: The Journal of Underground Film covers the world of creative independent filmmaking°™avant-garde, experimental, underground and cult film°™and features reviews, trailers, film festival lineups, filmmaker interviews, image galleries, short films, and news.
  • BFI Features: Charlie Chaplin  
    A bibliography and filmography from the British Film Institute. Includes a guide to other resources.
  • BFI Features: Westerns Gallery  
    The British Film Institute's gallery on the western genre.
  • Blaxploitation Database  
    This database, created by fans, lists hundreds of blaxploitation films and soundtracks. This exhaustive list includes short synopses and information about DVD availability.
  • 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.
  • British Artists' Moving Image Database  
    A research database on British artists' film and video, covering experimental and avant-garde film, video art, artists' television, gallery-based installations, and other works that use moving image and audiovisual multimedia technologies. The database provides information for several thousand works, including dates, formats, and some synopses. It also links to the holdings of public and academic collections, archives, distributors, and dealers, including information about locations and conditions of access.
  • เครดิต ฟรี 500 ถอน ได้BusterKeaton.com  
    Click "Films" for synopses and an up-to-date calendar of Keaton retrospectives. The list of articles includes some historical reviews reprinted with permission and articles by the fans of the International Buster Keaton Society.
  • Center for Visual Music  
    The Center for Visual Music is a nonprofit film archive dedicated to visual music, experimental animation, and avant-garde media. Its website offers an online library, an official research page for filmmaker/painter Oskar Fischinger, information about traveling curated film programs and membership, an online store, and galleries.
  • Chaplin: A Life  
    A website on the life of Charlie Chaplin by Stephen Weissman, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. The site features a collection of 40 photo essays about the actor with pictures and videos, as well as a news and blog page.
  • Digital Snow  
    The 2002 DVD-Rom Digital Snow showcases Michael Snow's body of work and has garnered several prizes. The Daniel Langlois Foundation, with permission from Michael Snow and Anarchive, adapted the DVD-Rom for this site. It features texts, drawings, and notes by the artist; texts on the artist; 2-D and 3-D animations and simulations; audio recordings: sound works and improvised music by Michael Snow and the group CCMC; film excerpts; photo reproductions of his work; bibliographies and directories; and a searchable database.
  • เครดิต ฟรี 500 ถอน ได้Electronic Arts Intermix  
    The catalog of the Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) includes a synopsis and still for each film or video available in the physical archive in New York City, as well as bibliographies and links for each artist. The site also contains the EAI Archives Online, a work-in-progress that charts the history of the EAI from the late 1960s, and an extensive resource guide for exhibiting, collecting, and preserving media art.
  • Ernie Gehr on the Web   Peer Reviewed
    Film critic Fred Camper's list of links to articles about experimental filmmaker Ernie Gehr, including Camper's own writing. Many of these articles are from peer-reviewed journals, but there are a few links to blogs and personal sites.
  • Experimental Cinema  
    This resource devoted to experimental and underground film offers news, articles, photos, online videos, a bibliography-filmography, a calendar, and an open space for discussion that allows members to add content to the site.
  • Film Noir Pathfinder  
    An extensive bibliography of scholarly monographs and anthologies on film noir. The site links up with the University of North Carolina library, and the bibliography includes Library of Congress call numbers for each book.
  • FilmSound.org  
    A website with analysis, feature stories, interviews, and historical articles about sound design, with a bibliography, FAQ, a glossary, sound effect libraries, and sections on animation sound, film music, foley artistry, home theater sound, sound clich®¶s, sci-fi films and Star Wars.
  • Flicker  
    A comprehensive and frequently updated guide to the experimental film scene, with links to artist and venue websites and a calendar of upcoming screenings.