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Finding Books - Indigenous Peoples' Cinema

Using the UTCat link below, enter any of the subject headings, exactly as they appear, in the Search Box, then choose Subject from the drop-down menu.

UTCat Browse/Subject Search:

  • Aboriginal Australians in motion pictures
  • Aboriginal television broadcasting Canada
  • Barclay, Barry Criticism and interpretation
  • Documentary films Production and direction New Zealand
  • Documentary television programs Production and direction New Zealand
  • indian mass media Canada
  • indian motion pictures Canada
  • indians in motion pictures
  • indians in the motion picture industry canada
  • Indigenous films
  • Indigenous films British Columbia Vancouver
  • Indigenous peoples British Columbia Vancouver
  • Indigenous peoples in motion pictures
  • Maori (New Zealand people) Ethnic identity
  • Motion pictures in ethnology British Columbia Vancouver
  • Motion pictures Production and direction New Zealand
  • native mass media canada
  • Native peoples and mass media Canada
  • Video art Canada, Northern
  • Video recordings Production and direction Canada, Northern
  • Visual anthropology British Columbia Vancouver

Finding Journal Articles

Interdisciplinary databases

Film-specific databases

  • The American Film Institute (AFI) Catalog covers the history of American cinema comprehensively from 1893 to 1975, with full or short records for films from 1976 to present. Use the AFI Catalog to find detailed production information about specific films (incl. release dates and other production-related information), as well as citations to contemporaneous reviews from newspapers (e.g., New York Times); trade & industry publications (Variety); popular magazines (Motion Picture Herald, Photoplay); and review publications (Monthly Film Bulletin), among others.
    Note: There are no direct links to online content from the AFI Catlog. See How to Find Journal Articles below, for instructions on how to use a citation to find a journal article.
  • Film Index International (British Film Institute). Coverage: 1900 - current. The directors selected for inclusion are a) those who have made a fiction film shown theatrically that is over 50 minutes in duration, released between 1928 and 1965, and b) those who have made a fiction film over 60 minutes in duration, post-1965.
    Note: There are no direct links to online content from Film Index International. See How to Find Journal Articles below, for instructions on how to use a citation to find a journal article.
  • International Index to Film Periodicals (1972+) Search by keyword, separating each word or phrase by AND
  • Film & Television Literature Index (1913-current)
  • Film Literature Index (1976-2001).

Other Resources - Indigenous Peoples' Cinema