Film and Media

Queen's University Library provides subject, course and how to guides to help you connect with the best tools, resources, and strategies for research.

The Liaison librarian for Film and Media is available for research consultation and can help you design research strategies, access key databases, effectively use the information resources of Queen's University Library and beyond, and stay current in your field. Tailored research skill instruction can be provided for specific classes. We also evaluate, purchase and make available teaching and research materials , including books, journals, and databases to support the discipline.

Start your film and media research by clicking on the guide links below. The guides will help you identify and access highly recommended resources for research in this discipline. Course-specific guides will direct you to research strategies and resources recommended for specific courses.

Related Guides

Film and media encompasses a wide field of study, covering many subjects, including Film, Communications and Mass Media.  Film research can involve finding film criticism, film reviews, films, and scripts.  Please refer to the appropriate subject guide to find customized information.

Key databases for Film and Media include the following:

 

Film and Television Literature Index

Publication coverage: From mid 20th century (with selective earlier coverage) -

A bibliographical database that indexes over 300 publications selected coverage of 300 more. Subject coverage includes film & television theory, preservation & restoration, writing, production, cinematography, technical aspects, and reviews.
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