As you may have noticed from browsing other pages in this guide, the Web presents a very rich array of resources for your film-related projects. There are multiple sites, for instance, to find film reviews, along with many places to find full-length films, clips and TV shows. But there are many other kinds of sites that you might find useful:
There are a few key questions you'll need to ask of Web sites, particularly if you seek to use them as a credible or authoritative source of insight. (For a more complete overview of this process, visit this site from the library at UC Berkeley.) But a quick overview of these questions is as follows:
If you've tried one of the databases on the left and still haven't found what you're looking for, you can always try a Google search. As you may know, though, Google searches tend to give you lots of irrelevant, useless or just plain wrong information. Here are a few tips on how to get to the good stuff.