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May 21, 2009

Warwick Shootout 2009

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Warwick Shootout returns to campus in June for its fifth year. This unique short film making event, taking place on the weekend of 19 - 21 June, is set to pit another set teams of students, staff and alumni against each other. Register to take part before Monday 25 May.

Shoot out

See the website here

January 29, 2008

New Film Resources Available!

Two new film databases have been acquired by the library, including FIAF - International Film Archive and Creative Club. Further information about these databases follows below:

International Film Archive (FIAF) Plus- This database replaces the original FIAF database. The new database gives us better functionality and access to more full text film journals, including the seminal Sight and Sound back to 1932. Off campus access is also available.

Creative Club - This database provides us with an archive of British adverts across various media from the last ten years. Off campus access is also available.

If you require any further information about these databases please contact the Film Studies subject Librarian, Richard Perkins. email -; tel: 024 7652 2331

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