On a rainy November Monday, Film Studies For Free is terribly proud to sing out about its 175th blogpost. To celebrate this randomly selected milestone, it presents a handy by-title index, in reverse chronological order, of its first 174 entries.
If you prefer not to be reminded of the appalling puns against humanity committed by some of these titles, or are irritated by their occasional vagueness, you might like to visit the tag cloud of entry keywords and proper names which you can find at the very bottom of FSFF's pages (scroll down and down and down again). Alternatively, try using the search box at the top left-hand side of the blog in order to locate specific links to free, online Film-Studies riches buried deep in the always unlocked vaults of this surprisingly loquacious and capacious website.
Obstinate Battles for Documentary Memory: Patricio Guzmán Resources Online
Happy birthday Albert Maysles! Videos and Other Links
Cinephilia celebrated and explored in IndianAuteur
'Imaginary and Fantastic': Hayao Miyazaki Studies
Participations: Studying Cinema Audiences
Storytelling sans frontières? On Adaptation, Remaking, Intertextuality, and Transmediality
Farewell to Summerisle: Wicker Man links in memory of Edward Woodward
The Man from Pécs: Béla Tarr Resources
Archives and Auteurs: conference papers online
On fans and fantasy: Matt Hills online
In-between-isms: Winnicottian film, media, and cultural studies
Follow-Friday Links Round Up
The Close-Up: Studies of Cinematic Attention, Emotion, and Intersubjectivity
New Brights Lights Film Journal
"Horror in Homeopathic Doses": Franju's Eyes Without a Face
Peruvian Cinema (in the age of transnational film finance)
Lastingly good work on Ephemeral Media
Sensing cinema: phenomenological film and media studies
Concordia cinema studies resources freely accessible online
Bellocchio, Bertolucci, Pasolini, Verga and beyond: Italian Cinema research from new look eScholarship.org/uc/
Film International for free - Lynch, Kieślowśki, Gomorrah, Brokeback Mountain, Tearoom, and Caché
An Index to SCAN Journal of Media Arts CultureFlânerie and (Post)Modernity: Links in memory of Anne Friedberg
Coming at you! 3-D Studies
Race and Ethnicity in Fandom - Transformative Works and Cultures' Call For Papers
Alice in the Cities (Wim Wenders): homage in links
Alfred Hitchcock Television Interview from 1973
Michael Snow videos and links
An autumnal Saturday links roundup
Film Theory Unstilled: Raymond Bellour
Framing Jarman: New Tate Visual Arts Channel in Beta
Michael Haneke: A Ribbon of Links
Zombie Week at In Media Res
'Inglourious Basterds: Can Hollywood rewrite history?': A Fistful of Tarantino Links
Stanley Kubrick interview
Aesthetic Journalism - a free preview
Glasgow's Finest: work by Caughie, Geraghty, and great e-theses, too
The Prolonged Sorrow of the Filipinos: An Appeal by a Cinephile
Lots of Links from the Twitterverse and Beyond
Roman Polanski's Knife in the Water
E-book Index: University of California Press Public Access Film Studies Books
Jarman Award 2009 winner is Lindsay Seers
Pedro Costa: A Retrospective
Austrian cinema for export #1: Ulrich SeidlAngelism and rage: Sally Potter links
In fond memory of Patrick Swayze
Heartiest congrats on this feat fsff! You have done a remarkable job with this blog and this index of all those indexes to great hidden treasures online is so handy...
My compliments once again for the great work this blog has done in the past couple of years.
I concur with the above comment. And I just love your blog!
Just love your blog when I discovered it last year. Fantastic, brilliant effort!
You cannot imagine how helpful your blog is for students like me in India where Film Studies is just growing as a discipline. Thanks for sharing such valuables resources.
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