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. Not case-sensitive; no punctuation.
Individuals (Search as above; use last name, first name)
RE: NFB Film Critique assignment
2 Key Resources (immediately below) In all cases, don't hesitate to ask for assistance to get you started!!!
Bibliographies are curated lists of resources on particular topics. You will need to look up the resources in UTL Catalogue, the Internet, or contact the Cinema Studies Librarian for help.
Canadian Cinema (Oxford Bibliographies Online - OBO).
Canadian Film and Video: a bibliography and guide to the literature. Loren Lerner. 2 vols. 1997. EBOOK. Print versions at: INNIS, ROBA, SMC. This impressive work aims "to provide access to the English and French Literature on film and video in Canada from the first decade of the 20th century to 1989. . . ." It identifies relevant articles in periodicals, both Canadian and foreign, as well as books, catalogues, government reports, theses, newspapers, and other types of print materials. [Contains] 24,800 entries, of which 10,800 are abstracted. . . ."
David Cronenberg (OBO)
Selected bibliography of books on Canadian cinema (incl. Quebec) at University of Toronto Library.
NOTE: All titles below are available in a print version; many are also available as ebooks. The links lead to UTCat(alogue) where you'll find locations/call numbers. Thanks to Kass Banning for assistance with the compilation of this bibliography.
Canadian Government Reports and Publications
Telefilm reports re: Quebec film production
SEE Investment Reports for a detailed breakdown of $$$ investments in individual films across the country (by region, incl. Quebec). Use the 'Period' search box at top of page for current (Jan-Dec 2012) and recent reports.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC Television)
Using the UTCat link below, enter the Subject Heading, exactly as it appears, in the Search Box, then choose Subject from the drop-down menu
Film Reference Library (TIFF) The Library maintains the world's largest resource of English-language Canadian film and film-related materials as well as a wide range of local, national and international film resources.
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