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Film Study Reference Guide   Tags: cinema studies, film, film criticism, film history, film reviews, film studies, film theory  

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Questions or comments on this guide? Please contact Robert Cagle, Cinema Studies and Media Services Specialist.


Citing Films and Media

This page from Berkeley offers comprehensive guidance on how to cite films and other media in your bibliography.



The Film Study Reference Guide provides students and scholars with an introduction to some of the key works on the subjects of film history, criticism, and theory, and with resources for finding articles in serial publications and anthologies.

In this guide you will find:

  • Basic Resources: Film Theory and Criticism: a bibliography of print resources meant to assist you with learning about various critical and theoretical points of view on film, ranging from classic texts to more recent works.

We also offer guides to research on films of specific countries:

Book summaries text is taken from Books in Print.

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