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Resources for the Cinema and Film Studies Programs at Rutgers: Motion Picture History, Film and Media Theory, Film Industry Economics and Politics, Television, Media Center DVD collections, and more. . .
Communication & Mass Media Complete is a database of scholarly literature on all aspects of communication studies, including discourse, linguistics, media studies, and rhetoric. It includes citations, indexing, and abstracts for over 600 journals, and it includes the full text of over 200 journals
"American History in Video is a collection of over 7,000 videos documenting and describing events in American history. It allows students and researchers to analyze historical events and their presentation over time."
"The American Silent Feature Film Database, which was created in conjunction with the report "The Survival of American Silent Feature Films: 1912-1929," contains searchable information for nearly 11,000 U.S. feature films, including which U.S. and international archives hold materials on the 3,300 titles for which film elements are known to exist."