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Motion Pictures: Research Topics Browse: Home

An extensive grouping of prelinked Library of Congress Subject Headings for identify research topics focused on motion pictures. Scoped to the ASU Library Catalog.

About This Guide

This guide provides various alphabetical browsing lists focused on researching aspects of motion pictures - including actor, cinematographer and producer categories, plots, techniques, and themes.

Each entry within a list is a Library of Congress Subject Heading hyperlinked search of the ASU Library Catalog scope from our overall Library One Search discovery platform.

Use of the hyperlinks will connect to our books, journals and video recordings which have previously been assigned the specific subject heading.

When one or more online (full-text or streaming) item is available for that entry, a hyperlinked notation of [online only] is also displayed.

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