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FLM110 Aesthetics of Media Arts: Selected Websites

Selected Websites for Film and Television Studies

  • Voice of the Shuttle: Media Studies: VoS is woven by Alan Liu of the U. California, Santa Barbara, English Department with a team of department graduate students and others.
  • Film Studies Resources: UC Berkeley LibraryLinks to Film Reviews and Criticism, Books and Primary Sources for Motion Picture studies at UC Berkeley
  • Society for Cinema StudiesOnline community dedicated to the scholarly study of film, television, radio, digital technologies, and other media. Includes links to resources including online versions of Film Journals.
  • Alfred Hitchcock - The Master of SuspenseA collection of biographical, summary and critical sources.
  • Film Society of Lincoln Center Blog: America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, The Film Society of Lincoln Center celebrates American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience.
  • The Museum of Broadcast Communications Encyclopedia of TelevisionWith more than 1,000 original essays, the Encyclopedia of Television examines specific programs and people, historic moments and trends, major policy disputes, and topics such as Networks, Programs, Personalities, Trends, Genres, Themes, Subjects. Photos, original sources and bibliographic information. More than 250 contributors from leading media scholars around the world.
  • Museum of the Moving Image - Moving Image SourceThe Moving Image Source Research Guide is a gateway to the best online resources related to film, television, and digital media.
  • Senses of CinemaAn online journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema. We believe cinema is an art that can take many forms, from the industrially-produced blockbuster to the hand-crafted experimental work; we also aim to encourage awareness of the histories of such diverse forms.