E-journals for Film Studies
The Library subscribes to a couple of print journals for Film Studies, but the majority of our journals in this field are electronic. The Library Catalogue provides details of all the journals which the Library subscribes to in both print and electronic format. Enter the journal title into the keyword or title search box and select Electronic & Printed Journals Catalogue.
Note that the Catalogue does not give details of individual journal articles - to search for these, you'll need to use one of our Databases for Film Studies . Databases such as Academic Search Complete, Communication & Mass Media Complete, and International index of performing arts are the best place to start if you are looking for articles from a range of journals.
The following e-journals are available to Brookes staff and students, both on and off campus. Log in when prompted with your Brookes username and password.
American Cinematographer; Animation
Camera Obscura; Cineaste; Cinema Journal
Film & History; Film Comment: Film Criticism; Film Culture; Film History; Film Quarterly; Film Studies; Filmmaker- The Magazine of Independent Film; Films in Review; Framework
Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television
Journal of Film & Video; Journal of Media Practice; Journal of Popular Film & Television
Literature Film Quarterly
Millennium Film Journal; Moving Image
New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film
Quarterly Review of Film & Video
Sight and Sound (selective coverage); Studies in European Cinema; Studies in French Cinema; Studies in Hispanic Cinemas
Velvet Light Trap
A number of free online film journals are also available.
We have a couple of printed journals devoted to cinema in the Headington Library:
- Journal of British cinema and television J791.4 J
- New review of film and television studies J 791.4 N
- Screen J 791.43 S
- Sight and sound J 791.43 S