An annotated tour of the best 500 sites dedicated to film, video, and new media. These sites are listed by subject and include: Actors; Animation; Directors; Festivals/Events; Film & Media Schools; Film Reviews; Magazines &Journals; Memorabilia; New Media; Organizations/Guilds; Production & Distribution; Screenwriting; Studios; TV Networks; TV Programs; and more.
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It's hard to see how any film or video buff can resist this guide. Bert Deivert and Dan Harries direct you to official and unofficial Internet resources dealing with every aspect of film and video, including fan information, studio Web sites, scholarly research, trade publications, and much more. The sites are cross-referenced in a useful appendix, but just flipping through the pages you'll find sources for movie memorabilia, sound clips, trivia, reviews, and even places to purchase movie tickets electronically. The introductory chapter on using the Internet makes it all clear for cyber-newcomers.From the Back Cover:
This book helps you cut through the clutter by identifying and rating the top 500 film & video sites.
This is an excellent book for film and videomakers, students, teachers and film buffs (plus writers, directors, producers, and executives) who want to tap into the Internet's vast resources of film, video and new media. Save time, money and connect charges.
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Book Description Michael Wiese Productions, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 094118854X