These more specialized tools index journals core to the study of film and television, including more international and professional practice-focused journals and magazines.
Although more focused on the social sciences than on aesthetics or history, Communications journals often contain scholarship on media, including television, gaming, social media, and more.
Although more focused on the visual arts, these databases can be very helpful for identifying scholarship on video art and experimental film, animation, aesthetics, and other relevant topics.
Despite the number of article databases and online content now available, several important print indexes, bibliographies, and facsimile reprints provide crucial access to early film periodicals.
Major digitization projects that include historic entertainment magazines previously unavailable online.