Other Cinema Periodicals In Microform
Sequence 1946 – 1952 (Oxford University Film Journal)
In the late forties and early fifties Oxford University was an important centre for young film-makers, and the magazine of the Oxford University Film Society, entitled Sequence for most of its existence, carried many interesting articles. Under Lindsay Anderson’s editorship Sequence was an influential magazine of its time, and is thus a valuable reference work for students of cinema history.
Kosmorama 1954 – 2006
The Danish Film Museum’s periodical Kosmorama is the most important film journal from Denmark. Its coverage takes in all aspects of the Danish cinema, and it also devotes considerable attention to the international film world. The contents of the journal include articles, features, interviews, reviews of films – indeed every non-technical aspect of the cinema.
The British National Film Catalogue 1963 – 1983
Since its foundation in 1963 under the auspices of the Council of Europe, the British National Film Catalogue has published details of over 30,000 films. It was originally intended as a record of British film production, but since 1968, it has recorded between two and three thousand non-fiction and short fiction films of all nationalities released in the U.K. every year. All non-fiction films (i.e. 95% of the contents) are classified and arranged by subject, with extensive cross references and indexes. The subject classification (U.D.C.) covers a vast range of topics from every discipline.
Film 1954 – 2005 (Journal Of The British Federation Of Film Societies)