Whether you are discussing film as an art form or in terms of this weekend's blockbuster, you can't deny that the movie industry is constantly affecting the way we think about our world, historically and currently. Films are cultural artifacts that study human beings and societies, so they represent our world at the same time that they change it. Click on the links below to visit sites that provide information about films, the film industry and filmmaking.
Read about movies in theaters, see movie trailers and read feature articles. Also, see new DVD and TV series releases.
The Internet Movie Database
Learn about top hits at the box office and new releases this week. In the search bar, type in any movie, director or actor to see relevant information. This is a great site if you want to find out who starred in a certain movie, or which awards a movie won.
This is the ultimate site for movie reviews from publications across the nation. Also, see movie showtimes at your local theater and buy tickets online, or read articles about new releases.
If your dream is to write screenplays, this site is the perfect place to start. Take online classes like "Writing Your First Screenplay" and "How to Sell a Screenplay." Read news, forums and interviews, and enter screenwriting contests.
Visit our CinemaSpot page for all of your film resources.