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 Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive

This primary resource covers entertainment history in US and UK trade magazines from the vaudeville era to 2000. Read articles in Billboard, Variety, Broadcasting, Melody Maker, to name a few.

FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals PLUS 

FIAF is a bibliographical resource offering coverage of hundreds of the world's foremost academic and popular film journals right up to the present day. Many of these key titles are available here in full text including complete runs.

Film Literature Index 

Film Literature Index includes 700,00 citations to film, tv and video articles and reviews from 1976-2001.

SAGE Handbook of Film Studies

This offers an overview of the state of Film Studies as an intellectual field towards the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century. 



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