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Cinema Research (Porfiri): Web Resources

Journals on the Web

Titles of Journals on the Web

Alliance of Women Film Journalists

American Cinematographer Magazine (American Society of Cinematographers)

Bioscope: South Asian Cinema Studies

Bright Lights Film Journal

British Academy of Film and Television Arts

The Cine-Files (Savannah College of Art and Design)

Cinetext: Film and Philosophy





Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

Images: A Journal of Film and Popular Culture

Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media

Journal of Religion and Film

Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media

Mediascape (UCLA)

Midnight Eye

Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism

Nineteenth Century Theater and Film


P.O.V. : A Danish Journal of Film Studies (in English)

Produced by Magazine (Producers Guild of America)

Projector: A Journal of Film, Media and Culture

Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media

Reverse Shot (Museum of the Moving Image)


Savage Cinema

Scope: An Online Journal of Film and TV Studies

Screening the Past

Senses of Cinema

Synoptique: The Journal of Film and Film Studies (Concordia U.)



Wide Screen

Written By (Writers Guild of American West)

Other Web Resources

Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search

Search Google Scholar for scholarly articles. See Mrs. Wadley or Mr. Porfiri for help accessing any subscription articles.

The Five W's of Web Site Evaluation

Who Who wrote the pages? Are they an expert? Is a bio of the author included?

What What does the author say is the purpose of the site? What information is included and is it different from other sites?

When When was the site created? When was it last updated?

Where Where does the information come from?

Why Why is the information useful for my research? Why should I use this information? Why is this page better than another?