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FR 4910 - Histoire du Cinéma Français (Halling): Home
Wright State does not have many non-fiction books in French; however, you can find books in French on French films via the OhioLINK catalog. You can request the books as long as there is a copy available. Below are some links to searches in the OhioLINK catalog:
We have a print subscription to the magazine Cahiers du cinéma. Come to the 2nd floor and we'll help you find it, then kick back with some coffee and pretend you're at a Parisian cafe while you puruse articles.
Cahiers du cinema: PN1993 .C25 (2000 - present) on the 2nd floor of Dunbar Library
Comprehensive index of critical, scholarly material in literature, criticism, drama, language, linguistics, humanities, and folklore. Worldwide coverage includes articles chosen from over 3,500 journals, monographs, dissertations, bibliographies, and proceedings. Also known as the Modern Language Association International Bibliography. Links to full-text when available.
Limited Use: 5 users a time.
Watch dance productions and documentaries by the most influential performers of the 20th century. Selections cover ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, experimental, and improvisational dance, as well as pioneers of modern concert dance. Includes classic performances from top ballet companies; experimental works from dance troupes; documentaries about leading choreographers; and dance training videos.
Kanopy is a large library of streaming videos covering a broad range of subjects in the arts and humanities, social sciences, sciences, education, business, film and theatre. It includes documentaries, classic and independent films from major distributors such as PBS, BBC, Criterion, and the Media Education Foundation.
Limited Use: 5 users at a time.
Watch video from staged opera productions, interviews, and documentaries. The collection presents an overview of the most commonly studied operas in music history, opera literature, and performance classes.
French government agency for the regulation, support, and preservation of French film, audiovisual and multimedia creations. Lists current activities, statistics, reports, and professional organization sites. Lists are in French; individual links may have multilingual access.
Practical information for foreign film production in France. Includes links to a production guide and films currently and recently filmed in France. Interactive map links to regional film commissions. In French and English.
The Library has several hundred French films, many of which have been distributed in the United States. These range from the early silent films by Lumières and Pathé frères to theatrical features of the sound era, including works by directors such as Renoir, Chabrol, Truffaut, and Alain Renais. One of the strengths of the French film collections is a group of silent shorts produced in 1903-04 by the innovative George Méliès, included in the Paper Print Collection of films registered for U.S. copyright protection between 1894 and 1915.