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French Film: Articles/Reviews/Criticism

This is a guide to finding French films available in the M.S.U. Libraries.


Free Access to Pascal (Science) and Francis (Humanities and Social Sciences)

Do simple and advanced searches, classification searches (subject scheme),  on this now freely available database from the French Scientific Information Dept. of Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).  Francis is the database for social sciences and humanities materials.  Indexes materials in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish from journals, conference proceedings, dissertations.  Covers materials indexed in Francis from 1972-2015, 2 million items.  Do your search.  Then look up the journal name, conference, dissertation in our online catalog for access.  If we don't have it, request ILL.

Film Review Annual  Consulting Reference 1 East PN 1995 .F463 [year]

1981-2002, an annual that provides directory information for the films it covers, plus the full-texts of 4-6 reviews of it, taken from Sight and Sound, Los Angeles Times, New York, New York Post, Newsday, Village Voice, New Statesman, Time.  Occasionally a few more citations to reviews of the films are also given.


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