Film websites, an alphabetical list
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The European Federation of Cinematographers
Experimental films, short films, internet film
Ezines, film blogs, journals and magazines.
Festivals See: Film festivals
Film festivals around the world,
with news, festival listings, articles, film festival reviews.
Directory of film festivals worldwide. Monthly updates, with a global film festival map.
Film History, a list of websites.
Film makers/top film directors by name, a list of websites.
Film noir *
A web index of Film Noir.
A portal with reviews, articles, resources, posters, stills and trailers.
Film scores See: Film scores
Film studies, theory See: Film Studies, Film Theory
Film theory *
See: Theory Criticism Film Journals
Association Française de Recherche sur l’Histoire du Cinéma
CinemaSpace, Berkeley University.
Gilles Deleuze Bergsonian Film Project
Film Unlimited (Guardian, UK Reviews)
Finnish cinema *
Cinema of Finland. Wikipedia
The Finnish Film Foundation
National Audiovisual Institute (former Finnish Film Archive)
Film in Finland. This is Finland
Finnish Cinema. Euro Cinema |
The Finnish Chamber of Films
Finnish film directors. Wikipedia
Finnish Movies You Should Watch. Culture Trip
Aki Kaurismäki. Wikipedia
Aki Kaurismäki. IMDb
French cinema See: French cinema
Film funding See: Film Funding
Movie reviews, movie news and future cinema releases, including review archive section and film-making area where budding directors, scriptwriters and producers can gain invaluable insights into the film industry.
Genres / film genres Film Genres
German film See: German Film
Glossaries of film terms
A glossary of film terms.
Greatest Films. 100 / 200 Greatest Movies. A directory.
The Harvard Film Archive
The Harvard Film Archive (HFA) provides the faculty and students of Harvard University and the greater scholarly community with academic research services and a public film program that offers audiences the opportunity to view international and independent films and to interact with filmmakers and artists.
History of cinema See: History of Film
Auditions. Hollywood Auditions
The Hollywood News,
a movie news website based in the UK.
‘Insider’ Hollywood news.
Horror film See: Horror Film
Hungarian cinema *
Kinoeye web resources on Hungarian cinema.
Film in Hungary
A portal for cinema in Hungary.
List of Hungarian film directors.
Hungarian films, a list from Wikipedia.
filmintezet.hu Official website of the National Film Archive
Top 10 Hungarian Films You Should Watch. Culture Trip
A brief guide to Hungarian cinema. The Guardian
Wikipedia entry on the cinema of Hungary.
Béla Tarr, Hungarian film director. Wikipedia.
Béla Tarr. The Internet Movie Database
Icelandic cinema *
Films from Iceland (IMDB)
The Story of Icelandic Cinema. Guide to Iceland
Icelandic Cinema Online
The Most Iconic Icelandic Films You Need to Watch. Culture Trip
Cinema of Iceland. Wikipedia
10 great Icelandic films. BFI
Independent film See: Independent film Short films Internet films
Indian film See: Bollywood
Indonesian cinema *
Indonesian cinema, Wikipedia entry.
Internet Movie Database
Jakarta International Film Festival
Indonesian cinema chain.
Indonesian film, a database from Museum of the Moving Image, Melbourne.
Iranian cinema *
Wikipedia entry on the cinema of Iran.
IMDb: Best Iranian movies, a list by Seyed Milad Abolghasemi
15 Essential Films For An Introduction To Iranian Cinema
The 10 Films You Need to See to Understand Iran
Irish cinema *
Cork Film Festival
Cinema of Ireland. Wikipedia
Films from Ireland (IMDB)
Irish Film and Television Network
Irish Film Institute
Northern Ireland Screen Film and Television development.
Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission Archive. Digital Film