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FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals is a bibliographical index offering in-depth coverage of the world’s foremost academic and popular film journals.

  • International Index to Film Periodicals (the main database)
  • Treasures from Film Archives
  • Documentation Collections
  • Bibliography of FIAF Members’ Publications

The main database, the International Index to Film Periodicals, offers in-depth coverage of the world’s foremost academic and popular film journals. It contains over 330,000 article reference from more than 300 periodicals. The index contains comprehensive tgelevision periodical indexing until 2000 and TV-related articles from film periodicals continue to be index. Searches can be limited to Film-related or TV-related articles only.

Treasures from Film Archives contains credits and holdings information about the silent-era film holdings of film archives from around the world. It is conceived as a tool to aid the work of preservation and scholarly research, and provides brief identificaiton information on over 40,500 works. Most records in this database describe films made before 1929, but there are also records for a few silent works produced during the sound era.

The Documentation Collections database provides detailed information about the documentation collections of the world’ foremost film archives.

FIAF Members’ Publications provides detailed information on books, pamphlets, programs, and other materials published by Interational Federation of Film Archives institutions.

Coverage: 1972- (International Index to Film Periodicals), 1966- (Bibliography of FIAF Members Publications)
Journals: Download list of periodicals indexed [Excel format]
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Last modified: 05/16/14