The Internet Movie Database:
UniFrance, News about French Films:
100 ans de cinéma français:
Studies in French Cinema at the University of Exeter, England:
Resources for French Cinema, University of Connecticut:
The Cinema Connection (Australian site):
Database of French Films, plus individual cinéastes: http://hapax.sbc.edu/PARTS-OF-HAPAX/hapax-2-cinema.html
Studies in French Cinema:
Eléments de filmologie:
Strictly Film School (Analysis of landmark world cinema)
Buying and/or Renting Films from all over the world:
Facets Multi-Media, Inc., Chicago
Buying and/or Renting French Films:
Boston French Library: over 600 films on video available for 1 week rentals to members ($50). $15 for 5 rentals. List of films on website.
F A C S E A: an interesting selection of films (some are very cheap), mostly documentaries in French.
Francevision.com: broad selection of French films, children's books and videos, and a complete selection of French music on cassettes and CDs.
Interama Inc.: helps locate or provide videos.Tel: (212) 977-4830. Fax: (212) 581-6582
Unifrance USA, French Film Office: responsible for the promotion of current French cinema outside France. The website contains listings and links for film production and distribution, including an exhaustive database of recent French films. Tel:(212) 832-8860. Fax: (212) 755-0629
Overview of French History: http://instruction2.mtsac.edu/french/french4/frenchhistory/frenchhistory.htm
Website designed and maintained by Barbara Vigano, Prof. emeritus of French, Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA