This will probably be of most interest to academic types...
I've recently updated a compilation of film-related ejournals--both stuff
available thru licensed dbs and aggregators, and stuff that's out there for
Check it out at: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/filmstudies/filmjournals.html
(note that the listed is limited to stuff available to UCB users--it's by
no means comprehensive)
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