Film & Television Studies

This page will help you get more out of your Library resources for your assignments, projects and dissertations in Film & Television Industries

This section lists resources for specific purposes.

• Artfilms 

Content that entertains, educates and informs. Thousands of films with top artists and independent film makers. Masterclasses, documentaries and interviews on DVD and streaming.

Includes documentary, short films and experimental films.

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High quality production music for TV, film, advertising and corporate video. Pre-cleared for worldwide and multi-platform use. Students should contact their course leaders in order to set up an account.

Additional access instructions:

Password required. CCi students should contact their module leaders for access. Other students can email library@port.ac.uk for further information.


A diverse range of collections from the BFI. The University is unable to subscribe to the full range of films but you can view a wide range of free collections. 


Bob gives anyone in UK Universities access to television and radio programmes from 75 free-to-air channels. Search the archive of over 2.2 million broadcasts and watch films, documentaries, news programmes and more. It is the permanent archive for BBC1 London / BBC2 / BBC4 / ITV London / Channel 4 / More4 / Channel 5 / BBC Radio 4 / BBC Radio 4 Extra.

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This resource, from Learning on Screen includes a Moving Image Gateway to 2,000 websites relating to moving image and sound materials, News on Screen resource for the study of newsreels and cinemagazines, Archives and Footage from screen heritage, including film production and television and video equipment, and International Database of Shakespeare on Film, Television and Radio.


• Kanopy 

A unique collections of films including award-winning documentaries, training films and theatrical releases on every topic imaginable. Content can be searched or browsed.

Movie collections include Drama, Horror and Thriller and Science Fiction and Fantasy.

 

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