The Bloomsbury and Faber Screenplays and Criticism module is available to purchase via yearly subscription (includes all future content updates), or perpetual access – with annual content updates to the collection made available to purchase.
This module brings together a wide range of content from Bloomsbury and Faber & Faber to support studies of the moving image. It offers searchable access to screenplays presented in industry-standard studio format; introductory overview articles with expert analysis of selected themes; and critical and contextual books on cinema, including coverage of practical techniques for filmmaking and screenwriting.
Discover an expanding selection of classic, contemporary, adapted, and blockbusting screenplays, featuring these highlights:
New screenplays in the 2019 content update include:
Explore an extensive library of eBooks covering major genres, regions, themes, filmmaking techniques, screenwriting, and film history, designed to provoke further thought and support research:
New books in the 2019 content update include:
A growing range of exclusively commissioned overview articles, written by expert authors which are designed to introduce users to key points of scholarship on specific themes such as:
An interactive timeline of cinema history, from the late nineteenth century to the present day, to enhance contextual understanding of film production, society and culture, and technologies. It provides links to related content throughout the resource.