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Film and Screen Media

Film studies and screen production

Databases, Journals and Journal Articles

Finding Journal Articles

Use the library catalogue to search for journal articles in our collection that can help broaden your knowledge of your topic. Search using keywords to find journal articles. On the search results page under 'Limit to' select the peer-review box to limit to peer reviewed journal articles.

Key Databases

Library databases contain scholarly literature such as journal articles, books and conference proceedings. Griffith subscribes to the databases listed below which are of particular relevance for Film and Screen media. Some are relevant across the whole discipline and some for specific subsets. There are also other databases that may include relevant information for your studies.

Key Journals for Film and Screen Media

Griffith Library has a large range of film and screen media journals and ejournals.  To view the complete range of film and screen media related journals and ejournals please search the library catalogue and limit your search to journals/ejournals.  Alternatively, if you want to check if Griffith holds a specific title consider using the search box above.

Key Online Resources

What about searching Google Scholar and being asked to pay to view an article?

If you are prompted to pay to access an article, you may have found your way to a commercial publisher's site.  It is wise to check if the library provides free access to that article via one of our journal or database subscriptions.  You are able to do this in Google Scholar by setting up Full Text@Griffith links in Google Scholar.   

The Full Text@Griffith links appear next to a result when that item is available in full text via our Griffith library subscriptions. If you are using the Griffith network to connect to Google Scholar, these links appear automatically.  Alternatively, if you are accessing Google Scholar directly on the web, you can set up the Full Text@Griffith links.