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Cinematic Arts: Web Resources

British Council Film Collection

British Council Film Collection
Provides access to various historical documentary films that were made during the 1940’s to counteract the Nazi propaganda about Britain. All films are digitized and freely available. Some of the titles included in the collection are: Cambridge (1945) and Each for All (1945). Content is searchable by subject/title, year (1940-1950), and series ("human geography," "scenes from Shakespeare," etc.).

Collections: UCLA Film and Television Archive
Contains motion pictures from 1890-present, television (news, commercials, and public affairs), and audio/radio. The archive’s focus is on education, preservation, and restoration. Remote researchers are restricted from accessing the media content. Short clips of historic films may be available and viewable for some films.

Internet Movie Database
Basic information on films, including plot summaries and credits.

Wisconsin Center for Film & Theater Research

Radio, Reviews, and Television

Old-Time Radio Researchers Group

Educational Media Reviews Online

I Love Lucy: An American Legend
A collection of images and artifacts connected to the Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz collection.