A.V. Club - An entertainment newspaper: interviews, reviews.
A-BitterSweet-Life - Dedicated to all things that stir creativity and inspire artists and filmmakers while shedding light on cinema as art that engages the audience through an enriching experience. Maintained by Edwin Adrian Nieves, a filmmaker based in New York.
Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism - Features critical articles about
the visual arts, photography, independent film and video, new media, and alternative publishing, covering important issues and debates
within art history, visual and cultural studies, media studies, and related fields.
Arts Shelf, The - Provide news and reviews on the latest releases in classic cinema, world
cinema, specialist art house releases such as opera and theatre, as well as a look at the latest mainstream releases.
CineVue - UK film site that provides movie news, reviews, previews, events, interviews and
film trailers from the world of cinema.
Cinima Minima - A news service for movie makers. Its daily news digest covers movie making, digital
tools, editing, intellectual property rights, story, sound, acting, and distribution, including film festivals.
Cinescape Online - Insider news, movie, television, DVD, and game reviews, book reviews,
Coming Soon - Movie, DVD, and video release dates, trailers, reviews, box office, and
Criterion Current - Essays, features, clippings, news, press notes, videos, photogalleries, interviews and announcements from Criterion.
CubaNow: Cinema - Articles and interviews with Cuban and American filmmakers, actors,
producers, festivals, premieres.
Deadline Hollywood - Nikki Finke's blog. The native New Yorker and Wellesley
College graduate has been reporting from Los Angeles since 1986. Candid, informed and authoritative source for breaking news in the
Defamer - This blog compiles entertainment news and adds a heavy dose of snarky opinion. Agents,
producers, studio executives and other power players in Hollywood read it religiously -- largely because it lavishes attention on them. The
site's motto is: "Los Angelesis the world's cultural capital. Defamer is the gossip rag it deserves."
Diabolique - A lavishly illustrated, bimonthly print and digital magazine exploring every aspect of horror film, literature and art.
Digital Bits, The - A source for DVD/Blu-ray industry news, reviews, analysis and expertise, and great place for cinephiles.
Electric Sheep - Online magazine for lovers of offbeat, left-field and cult cinema. It
celebrates the celluloid dreams of the most outlandish, provocative and visionary directors, the marginal and the transgressive, the poetic
and the punk.
Empire - UK film web site from the top selling magazine.
Film and Video - News, interviews, motion pictures, tele-production, commercials,
streaming video, audio, indie.
Film Comment - The magazine of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Covers current art house
and independent American and international film, along with features on more esoteric or historical subjects, often tied to the programming
at the Walter Reade Theater. Also see Blog and Archive.
Film Criticism - Founded in 1976, Film Criticism is the third oldest
academic film journal in the country. FC has published the work of such international scholars as Dudley Andrew, David
Bordwell, David Cook, Robin Wood, Janet Staiger, Ann Kaplan, Andrew Horton, Wheeler Winston Dixon, Marcia Landy, and Peter Lehman. It
continues to present the very best writing from a new generation of film historians, theorists, and critics representing many different
disciplines, cultures, and critical perspectives.
Film Exposed - Focuses on the best in UK and world independent filmmaking.
Film Industry Network - Providing the entertainment community with feature stories on top
talent, exclusive interviews, film and music news, video contests and promoted charity initiatives. Its audience consists of working
professionals from actors to singers, production companies, PR firms, entertainment industry organizations, institutions and film studios.
Film International - Covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society.
Focuses on longer essays with in-depth analysis, but also provides feature interviews, festival reports and an extensive review section on
film books, DVD releases and films at the cinema.
Film Inquiry - Film magazine for and by film academics, filmmakers and aficionados.
Film Journal - A central Ohio-based, independently produced, online film publication. A forum
for eclectic film criticism, study and discussion.
Film Journal International - A trade publication covering the motion picture industry,
including theatrical exhibition, production, distribution, and allied activities. Though not specifically geared to the consumer (with an
emphasis on the business of showing films - projectors, sound systems and popcorn machines, for example) the publication nonetheless offers
much value for film lovers: articles on major and independent films and companies, advance reviews of virtually every movie that will hit
the big screen, film business news and analysis, and charts of upcoming films. The site includes reviews, guides, features, and industry
Film Monthly - About film in all its varieties, including video and television.
Film Quarterly - Published since 1958, provides readers with insightful analyses
of film, the film industry, and international cinemas. More than a glimpse behind the scenes, Film Quarterly offers serious film
lovers in-depth articles, reviews, and interviews that examine all aspects of film history, film theory, and the impact of film, video, and
television on culture and society.
Frameworks Mailing List and Archive - An international forum on experimental film, avant-garde
film, film as art, film as film, or film as visual poetry; film's expressive qualities, aside from or in addition to its storytelling
capacity. Any genre of experimental film, such as film diary, found footage, abstract, flicker, lyric, subversive, expanded, etc., can be
discussed, as well as those films which fall into the cracks between the genres, or those not covered by other lists.
Jump Cut - A review of contemporary media. Publishes material on film, television, video and related
media and cultural analysis .
Kinoeye - A fortnightly journal of film in new Europe.
Kip's American Graffiti Blog - Kip Pullman's American Graffiti
Blog is the most successful world wide web tribute to the 1973 film classic, containing an enormous wealth of accurate and
well-researched information on the film.
Koreanfilm - Provides an overview of films, issues, people, and events shaping the film
community in Korea.
LOLA - Co-edited by Adrian Martin and Girish Shambu.
Lumière Reader, The - New Zealand's leading online journal of film criticism and the arts review.
Lux Online - Devoted to British film and video artists. Streaming video clips, new writings,
past articles and biographies provide a comprehensive contextual background to the artists featured on the site.
Mix - A leading agazine for the professional recording and sound production technology industry. Mix covers a wide range of topics including: recording, live sound and production, broadcast production, audio for film and video,
and music technology.
Variety - Premier source of entertainment industry news.
Velvet Light Trap - Collectively edited by graduate students at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and The University of Texas at Austin, with the support of media scholars at those
institutions and throughout the country.
Weirdland - "Taking a walk on the filmic side, transiting the vintage roads."
Wholphin - A quarterly DVD magazine published by McSweeney's. Each issue of Wholphin contains a variety of extraordinary short films, docs, instructional videos, foreign sitcoms, and other cinema hybrids
that deserve to be seen on very expensive televisions.
Wide Angle - Scholarship in film studies. Examines international film, the history
and aesthetics of film, and more.
Wrap, The - Entertainment industry analysis; breaking Hollywood news.
Written By - Magazine of the Writers Guild of America.
Yahoo! Movies - Entertainment news, gossip, movie reviews, shhowtimes, tickets, film festival
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