Movies & Television
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Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Oscar's homepage, lots of information about the Academy as well as links to past winners and nominees.
After Hours Film Society
A not-for-profit organization that presents foreign, independent, and classic films at the Tivoli Theatre in Downers Grove, IL on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. The website has reviews of most films in their archives as well as reviews of upcoming films in the series.
American Film Institute
A variety of top 100 movie lists, including the newest, the 100 all-time greatest movies, and more.
Based on the Book
Lists the authors and titles of books and short stories that were made into movies. Searchable by movie title, book title, or book author.
A website packed with streaming movies and episodes of your favorite television shows, all for free.
A website that promotes independent filmmakers and independent films.
Internet Movie Database
An internet source for movie reviews and facts, with links to multiple outside sources.
A large database of song lyrics.
Movie schedules and reviews. Moviefone has listings of current movie show times and locations as well as some brief reviews and tidbits.
National Film Board of Canada
Promotes Canadian films, with hundreds of films available free online, including documentaries, animation, and alternative dramas.
The Library of Congress presents the National Jukebox, which makes historical sound recordings available to the public free of charge.
Movie reviews and more, including Ebert's great movies list, articles about film genres and festivals, as well as recent and forthcoming DVD releases.
Watch full-length documentary films for free. You can even “snag” the film and put it anywhere on the web.
Movie and DVD reviews for individuals concerned about the suitability of movies for sensitive viewers (especially children). The site rates aspects such as violence, language, disrespectful behavior, etc. Please note you have two options on this site. One is free, with lots of pop-ups, and one is a paid subscription.
TV Guide Online
VideoHound’s Golden Movie Retriever, 2009 edition
Movie lovers will appreciate the comprehensive coverage of films, the insightful reviews and multiple indexes.
Guide to TV, movies, Internet.