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About Screen Studies

Screen Studies is a dynamic digital platform taking users from script to screen and beyond – offering a broad range of content from Bloomsbury and Faber & Faber to support moving image studies.

It comprises an exceptional collection of award-winning screenplays, critical and contextual books on film from the late nineteenth century to the present, and an interactive timeline of cinema history. Starting with an initial 300 screenplays and books, and updated annually, Screen Studies includes content to suit entire course needs. It is an essential resource for academics and students engaged in research and learning around film history, theory and practice.

Content Highlights

Instant access to an expanding range of iconic and contemporary screenplays, from Faber & Faber and Bloomsbury presented in industry-standard studio format, including:

Dunkirk cover image
The Grand Budapest Hotel cover image
The Big Lebowski cover image
Ex Machina cover image
Hail, Caesar! cover image
Joy cover image

Authoritative coverage of works by leading filmmakers such as Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, Wes Anderson and Christopher Nolan, providing insight into professional and creative practice

Over 240 critical and contextual books (on launch) from Bloomsbury and Faber & Faber covering major films, genres, regions, themes and history, to provoke further thought and support research

Practical instruction and insights from experienced practitioners on the art of screenwriting, film and TV production, animation techniques, and documentary filmmaking

An illustrated timeline of cinema history, to enhance contextual understanding and provide links to related content throughout the resource

Altman on Altman cover image
The Faber Book of French Cinema cover image
Euro-Visions: Europe in Contemporary Cinema cover image
Writing the Comedy Movie cover image
The Act of Documenting: Documentary Film in the 21st Century cover image
Superwomen: Gender, Power, and Representation cover image
Filmspeak: How to Understand Literary Theory by Watching Movies cover image