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Welcome to the NWACC Library's LibGuide for Film Arts!

Click the tabs above to learn more about finding film-related books using the library's online catalog, articles using a variety of research databases, recommended journals and magazines, resources available on other websites, and guides for properly citing your work in MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.

Recommended Websites

  • All Movie
    A searchable film database that lets you search by title, actor, or director. Includes production and cast information as well as professional movie reviews.
  • AFI Catalog
    Maintained by the American Film Institute, this searchable database of over 60,000 films features production and cast information as well as a plot summary for each entry.
  • Internet Movie Database
    A searchable database that features user reviews, cast and production information, and news for thousands of movies and television shows.
  • OpenFlix
    This website hosts free, streaming public-domain films in a number of genres, including westerns, comedy, drama, horror, science fiction and fantasy, and film noir.
  • Rotten Tomatoes
    This website features film news and reviews. It also lists the current Movie Box Office, DVD sales, and rental rankings.
  • They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?
    An online film resource dedicated to the art of motion picture filmmaking. Features a regularly updated list of the 1,000 greatest films of all time, based on the results of thousands of polls and best-of lists.

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