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Adrian Miles <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 20 Oct 1994 11:54:13 +1000
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>>I've seen a few mentions of films and related information on CD-ROM (such
>>as Cinemania'94 and REBECCA).  Is there a good source to look for other film
>>related CD-ROM packages?  Any info. would be appreciated.
>>Cam Williams
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>I use Magill's CD-ROM, Survey of Cinema quite alot & find it very useful.
>Mega Movie Guide can be helpful but in general has more stuff(quick time
>film clips) but less information. BFI has a good CD-ROM film database out
>as well. Another one that I haven't tried but am interested in is
>International FilmArchive's CD-Rom.
>Finally what we are doing w/ Rabinovitz's Rebecca CD-ROM is the Film
>Library will get the CD-Rom as a companion to the film which the Film
>Archive already has.
>If you want or need more detail please let me know.
yes please. Could you post some addresses so that international members of
the list can take a shopping list to our University libraries requesting
these resources?
Thanks in advance
Adrian Miles
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PhD student: Centre of Comp. Lit. & Critical Studies, Monash Uni.
Teach: Cinema/Media Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
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