Provides documentary film information and resources to both viewers and filmmakers. Content includes reviews, film releases, updates on upcoming films, and essays covering various aspects of documentary films.
Award-winning website featuring detailed plot synopses, review commentary and film reference materials. The site also contains film analysis, original content, information on the top films and most memorable movie scenes.
Presents a curated selection of materials from the library's extensive holdings on motion picture history. Items include correspondence, photographs, sheet music, scrapbooks, lobby cards, movie ephemera, books, film magazines and industry publications.
The Internet’s largest database of movie reviews for over 100,000 titles. The site provides a searchable index of all published and available reviews, news, interviews, and other materials associated with specific movies.
Resource guide for the study of Black film culture including the works of Black filmmakers from across the African Diaspora; the production, distribution, and exhibition of films by, for and about Blacks; issues of Black spectatorship and reception; and images of Black people in film from the invention of the medium in the late 19th century to the present.
American trade association representing the five major film studios of the United States, as well as the video streaming service Netflix. Its main goals are promoting effective copyright protection, reducing piracy, and expanding market access.
Lading scholarly organization in the United States dedicated to promoting a broad understanding of film, television, and related media through research and teaching grounded in the contemporary humanities tradition.
International organization where media production and writing meets the history, theory and criticism of the media. The UFVA members are image-makers and artists, teachers and students, archivists and distributors, college departments, libraries, and manufacturers.
Global network of non-profit membership chapters dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women working in all areas of film, video, and other screen-based media.
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