Find Film Studies Articles
Journal articles provide current information and various points of view on your topic. Articles can also provide information about topics that are not covered in books. Search article databases, like the ones listed below, to find articles on your topic.
Find Film Studies Books and Videos
When looking for film studies books or videos/DVDs on any topic, try these methods:
- Use the FOCUS, the Mount’s Library Catalog at http://focus.msj.edu/ to locate items owned by the Mount Library.
- Use the OhioLINK catalog at http://olc1.ohiolink.edu/search/ to search for items owned by other Ohio college and university libraries. By following the prompts in the OhioLINK catalog, you may request items to be sent to the Mount. Learn more about searching the OhioLINK catalog and online borrowing at /departments/library/help/catalogs/ohiolinkborrowing/
- Try electronic books databases such as OhioLINK's Electronic Book Center or EBSCO eBook Collection.
Some examples of books about films available in the Mount library:
Anatomy of Film
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.43 D547 1998
Essential Cinema: on the Necessity of Film Canons
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.4309 R813 2004
Film: A Montage of Theories
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.43 M122
Film: An Introduction
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.4309 P564 1999
Film as Film: Understanding and Judging Movies
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.43 P451
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.43 G433 2002
A Viewer's Guide to Film: Arts, Artifices, and Issues
LOCATION: MSJ Library, 791.43 G626 1992
Find Film Studies Reference Materials
Reference materials like dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, and directories help you find background information, definitions, and quick facts.
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Authors of this Guide
Cynthia Gregory, MLS, MFA and
Julie Flanders, MSW, MLS